Uttarakhand’s 12 Best Treks

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Situated in the heart of the mighty Himalayas, Uttarakhand has some of the world’s greatest trekking and exciting trekking enthusiasts. Learn about the most amazing and inspiring natural beauty of Uttarakhand, the top 12 best treks.

 

1) Kedarkantha Trek

 

The most famous yet pleasant walk you’ll find from a hiker is Kedarkantha Trek in Uttarakhand starting in Dehradun, considered to be the best winter trek in the city of Uttarakhand. With amazing views of the famous mountains in Kedarkantha of 360 degrees, it’s definitely worth the ascent. The splendor of the landscape is multiplied by the ‘Juda Ka Talab’ that brilliants the trekking experience, because of its mystical aura.

 

2) Valley of Flowers Trek

 

A visit to the Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO heritage site is a must for those who are true lovers of Mother Nature. It is one of the easiest treks to try without the assistance of local trekking agencies in Uttarakhand. The local people believe the valley to be the residence of the angels and fairy. Lovely wildflowers embellished.

 

3) Har ki dun trek

 

This is one of the easy walks in the Himalayan area of Garhwal. The site has a religious significance for the Hindus and is believed to be the mountain from which the Pandava rose to the sky.

 

4) Gangotri and Gomukh trek

 

How can the sources of the Holiest River in India, Ganga, be more fascinating than to see? The walk begins at Gangotri, Uttarakhand’s most important and famous destination, where the climbing mountains, including Mount Meru, Mount Shivling, Mount Sudarshan Parbat, are 6500m away.

 

5) Rupin pass trek

 

Rupin pass is another beautiful walk through some of Uttarakhand’s most unexplored areas. Luxurious cascading, illusory views of neighboring summits and exotic floral pastures ensure an extraordinary experience. The incredible part of the tour begins in Uttarakhand and ends with a climb of almost 10,000 feet in Himachal Pradesh up to the Rupin Pass, which provides a magnificent view over Kinnaur Kailash.

 

6) Bali Pass trek

 

The trip to Yamunotri is one of the most difficult and suitable for savored trekkers. It is the root of the Yamuna holy river in Uttarakhand. The trek route includes the renowned Govind Wildlife Service, which offers hiking enthusiasts an opportunity to enjoy local flora and fauna sights. The tour ends on a lovely Ruinsara Valley lake with the best views over Kalanag, Bandarpoonch, and the Swargarohini.

 

7) Kuari pass trek

 

You must think of Kuarian Pass Trek if you’re a newbie and are looking for a fast hike. It was discovered by Lord Curzon in 1905 and is known as the Curzon trail. This walk leads you along a narrow path, with powerful images of snow-capped mountains and thick bamboo, birch, oak, and coniferous forest.

 

8) Dayara Bugyal trek

 

Location Dayara Bugyal is a walk to a fairy country that encourages you to learn and take away from nature, in a district of Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand. It offers one of the best ski areas in the world for Nordic and Alpine skiing in winter. This site is also considered to be one of the top two, with Bedni Bugyal the first in Uttarakhand.

 

9) Dodital trek

 

Around Dodital, the smart Lake, the Hindus called the birthplace of Lord Ganesha, is a dense wood of oak, pine, deodar, and rhododendrons. Encircled by thick forests of Hindus. In local slang, you can find unusual fish species such as Golden Trout called Dodi.

 

10) Nag Tibba trek

 

Considered Uttarakhand’s best short Nag tibia Trek is an all-age trek that wants a weekend break. For all ages. The snake has primary importance in Hindu culture as Nag Devta. One of the lesser-known spots of Nag Tibba or the “Serpentine Mountain,” the lower Himalayan district, is an attraction for adventurers.

 

11) Roopkund trek

 

Possibly the most famous tour of the Himalayas is Roopkund Trek. Roopkund is a mountain lake situated in the Uttarakhand district of Chamoli, the Garhwal Himalayas. The lake is also known as the Mystery Lake or the Skeletal Lake because there are a number of human skeletons scattered in and around the lake. All year round, this high-level lake is surrounded by snow. The strange lake is opened to numerous visitors every year, since the Roopkund Trek is extremely common among walkers and adventure lovers, and many people try the trip all year long.

 

12) Kafni Glacier Trek

 

The Kafni glacier is located in the southwest of Nanda Devi and is the source of the Kafni river that runs through the valley until it finally meets the Alaknanda. Bageshwar is the normal base for this hike. You can pass several towns and hamlets from here and enter the final destination before you reach them. There are also other trekking routes, including Pindari and Sunderdunga.

 

The Kafni trek, since it gives trekkers ease, is the main popularity. You don’t need extra gear even beyond the zero points to complete this trek.

 

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