Trekking in Uttarakhand
- Valley Of Flowers
- Nanda Devi National Park
- Govind Wildlife Sanctuary
- Har Ki Doon
- Dayara Bugyal
- Kartik Swami
- Sunderdhunga Glacier
- Adi Kailash
- hemkund Sahib
- Ali Bedni Bugyal
- Nag Tibba
- Gandhi Sarovar
- Har Ki Doon
- Pindari Glacier
- Milam Glacier
Trekking in Uttarakhand is one of the finest adventure sports. The state not only
boasts of its high Himalayan mountain ranges and valleys but also takes high pride
of several trekking routes that have always been a challenge for professionals.
Talking about the trekking geography, it majorly commences from Rishikesh.
Those who hold high fascination about trekking, Uttarakhand is the ideal place to
explore. The state unfolds lush emerald settings and huge natural amphitheater
that is breathtakingly beautiful and offers luring trekking routes to Himalayan
ranges and Karakorams. Additionally, there are range of possibilities for trekking
tours, skiing, mountaineering and river rafting. Garhwal and Kumaon region forms
the central place for trekking. Trekking season here is from April to June and post
monsoon it starts in the months of September to mid November.
Uttarakhand is absolute paradise for trekkers and nature lovers. Trekkers from around the corner visit the place to enjoy, relax and explore and is an ideal retreat for nature lovers.
Hemkund Sahib is a place located in the Chamoli district of the state of Uttarakhand. The town is positioned at a high altitude of 4,329mts above the sea level. The word “Hemkund” literally means “Lake of Snow” and the water of this lake remains as cold as snow round the year. Hemkund is also known as the Gurudwara Shri Hemkund Sahib and is a major pilgrimage center for Sikh community. The pilgrimage spot is 6kms away from Ghangaria and is a star shaped Gurudwara that is formed by white marbles and concrete. It is situated along the shoreline of pristine Hemkund.
Tungnath is a famous tourist attraction in the state of Uttarakhand. Situated on the Chandranath Mountain in the district of Uttrakhand, India, Tungnath primarily refers to the 'Lord of Peaks' which appears the Alaknanda and Mandakini river valleys. Tungnath is also considered as one of the holy Panch Kedar. The holy town of Tungnath is located at an elevation of about 3,680 mts and is about 1,000 years old.
Roopkund is a beautiful lake that is positioned at a high elevation of 5,029mts above sea level in the base of Trishul peak and Nanda Ghunti. It is famous as “Mystery of lake” as remains of horses and human skeletons were found here from the Paleolithic age. This lake 500-600 years old and its mystery attract tourists from different corners of the world.
Lacated in Pindari Bageshwar district of Kumaon, pindari glacier is in Southeastern part. Nature lovers will love the experience of visiting this place to enjoy rugged beauty and unbelievable tourist attractions at Pindari glacier. 5 kilometer is the length of pindari glacier and height is 6 meter with width of 3 Meter.
BKedarnath is an extremely popular place across the world. It is visited by majority of national as well international tourists every year due to its sacred significance. Kedarnath opens in the month of April- May and you can find immense crowd during this time. Located on the foot of Kedarnath and at an altitude of 3,900 mts, Gandhi Sarovar is a small lake and also referred as Chorabari Tal. In case you’re planning to have a visit to Gandhi Sarovar, then it’s recommended to go in the early morning as the season changes rapidly.