Best Treks to do in Uttarakhand


Valley of Flowers Trek

The Valley of Flowers is located at Uttarakhand in between the snowy ranges of the Gauri Parvat from where the Tipra Glacier begins. Though it is known to be one of the best treks to do in Uttarakhand. You will begin your trekking from Govindghat and then end at Hemkund and again return to Govindghat. It is always preferable to visit the Valley of Flowers from mid-June to early October due to the snow that covers the mountain trails which becomes inaccessible. If you are willing to be filled in bliss by the bright colours and the sweet fragrance of the blooming flowers then you must visit from July to August. December to mid-May the mountain roads leading to the Valley of Flowers become inaccessible so they remain closed till April. The scenic beauty of the Valley of Flowers will pull you towards its mystic kingdom while you will be left in awe by the rarest Brahma kamal flowers.

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Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha Trek will be a mesmerizing journey as you step into the snowy terrains of the mountains flowing in tranquillity then engulfing you as you trek further and further past the snowy mountain roads. It is considered to be a moderate trekking zone. The Kedarkantha Peak rises at a height of 12500 ft. with Sankri located at 6000 ft. below it. And it is the most interesting trek because Kedarkantha Trek will take you on a fantastic journey by the frozen water bodies, green dense forests with huge oak trees, fir trees and pine trees that emit out a sensation of being in a mysterious kingdom of nature, while, the presence of other exotic flora that grows in glory. The expansive snow-covered region filled with a lot of rare species of flora and fauna residing together will enchant you in Mon time. You can also find a lot of campsites to spend the night surrounded by the thick forests and snow lying on the mountain paths. The divine presence of omnipresent Lord Shiva can be felt at every corner as you walk through the mountain paths.

Har ki Dun Trek

If you are looking for a trekking ground with snow-clad throughout then the snowy terrains of Har ki Dun will release your sense of adventure within you. Considered to be one of the beautiful areas for trekking, the Har ki Dun trek is thought to be one of the best treks to do in Uttarakhand. A sumptuous trekking at Har ki Dun is all about you, feeling the sanctity of trekking through the snowy mountain roads with a feeling of discovering something different. Har ki Dun trek is flocked by many for it offers a panoramic beauty of nature, displaying its wonders and charms to the trekkers. And the existence of various kinds of exotic flora and fauna at Har ki Dun Trek will take you on an exciting tour through the wilderness. Har ki Dun Trek is sure to amaze you by the rarest and one in the whole world; the Temple dedicated to Duryodhana (the eldest Kaurava brother in Mahabharata). You can visit other local sites in Har ki Dun trek like; the Osla Village, Ruin Sara Tal Trek, Marinda Tal Trek and Taluka Village. 

Gaumukh and Gangotri Trek

If you are waiting for some divine and holy trekking trip then trek through the steep paths of Gomukh and Gangotri Trek which is one of the most challenging spots for many trekkers. Though it is holy and a destination for pilgrimage, the wonderful grasslands of the Tapovan at Gomukh are sure to purify your soul in tranquillity and harmony. The major source of Ganga river’s introducing point that gushes down with all its might from the cave cow mouth shaped structure flowing down all through Gangotri before it reaches the plane lands will bring enough joy and a sensation of holiness surrounding you. Trek at Gomukh and Gangotri can be a blissful and sanctifying one but you will get to trek at the Shivling peak, the Bhagirathi peak, and visit the Nandanvan, which is sure to bless your soul with all its purity. You can locate the Yamunotri Dham, Badrinath Dham and the Kedarnath Dham from the summit. It is thought to be one of the best treks to do in Uttarakhand.Vist us

Nikita Anjum

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