If trekker knows about the place to some extent, he would know that even the name expresses the place to some extent, the magnificence of the scenery if far beyond the word ‘sunder (which means beautiful)’ and ‘dunga’ (or ‘doonga’ which means ‘valley of stones’) can express together. In all its harmony, every single elements of Nature stands out to express its presence there (even fire when camps are set up).
The point that goes to Pindari is from where the journey to Sunderdhunga also starts. However, it takes turn just from Khati towards Jaikholi, Dudhiya Dhaung, Kathalia to reach to the Glacier. Moreover the valley could also be explored for two other glaciers that are no less in caching attention, Maiktoli and Sukhram.
The scenery is made complete by the presence of the four main peaks towering over 6000 ft. They are Tharkot, Maiktoli, Pawali Dwar and Mrigthuni. The trekking holidays to Sunderdhunga glacier is best enjoyed in the months Apr to Jun and Sep to Oct which generally takes 8 to 10 days.