Pindari glacier is the origin of River Pinder which is one of the main tributaries of Alakananda river, which eventually joins the Bhagirathi river to form the Ganga.
The Pindari valley has a lot of colonial influence as after gharwal this was the last valley the Britishers explored. Towards its east was the kingdom of the Johars( Bhotiya Tribe of Uttarakhand) and Thapas of Nepal. This trek takes you on the lesser known west ridge of the Pindari valley with views of some of the most stunning himalayan peaks in the region like Mt.Migtoli, Mt.Changujh, Mt.Nanda Kot, Mt.Pawali Dwar, Mt.Lamchir etc.
A trip graded as a Moderate Trek takes you to high altitude regions - above 3000m / 10,0000ft and will involve considerable altitude gain over the course of the trek. Altitude will have an effect, hence one would need to be careful about acclimatization. Moderate treks will have multiple days which involve considerable amount of ascents and descents and would require walking for more than 6 hours. There might be a day or two of camping in relatively high altitudes above 4000m / 13,000ft. A typical trek will last around a week to ten days depending on the region and is a good step-up for people who have completed a beginner trek.
Good fitness levels are needed to enjoy these trips. Some training up before the trip would help. Prior trekking experience is desirable.