Trekking in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is famous for its Ashrams, Yoga and Meditation, but since last few years Rishikesh is widely visited by adventure lovers. Rafting is most favorite Adventure activity in Rishikesh. Recently Bungee Jumping is also launched in Rishikesh. Currently this reason is visited by thousands of adventure lovers every year. Being located in foothills of Himalaya many people like to explore various trekking routes. Rishikesh is also known as gateway to Garhwal Himalayas. You can enjoy lots of treks near rishikesh.

Water Falls Trekking in Rishikesh

Rishikesh is surrounded by Shivalik mountain range of Himalaya. Mostly waterfalls in the forest area so we need to go by trekking. Popular waterfall trekking in Rishikesh is Neer Gaddu waterfall trekking, Garud chatti waterfall trekking, Phool chatti waterfall trekking. Its take only a half day to trek in the waterfalls. These treks are famous for natural beauty. You can also enjoy bath at waterfall.

Kunjapuri Trekking in Rishikesh

Kunjapuri temple located near Narendranagar town. Kunjapuri Temple is 26kms far from Rishikesh. Kunjapuri is at the height of 1650 meters. Temple is famous for it amazing view of shiwalik range of Himalaya. You can see snow capped mountains of Himalaya. Kunjapuri Trekking has 290 stairs so it requires 04 hours return journey. From temple you can enjoy view of Haridwar, Rishikesh and Doon valley from here.

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple Trekking in Rishikesh

Nilkanth Mahadev is Temple of Lord Shiva located at a height of 1330 meters. This temple is 31 kms far from Rishikesh. The temple is very famous temple of Lord Shiva. Rishikesh to Nilkanth Mahadev is 14 kms trek. The whole way to temple is surrounded by dense forests. According to legends Neelkanth Mahadev Temple is the holy location where Lord Shiva consumed the poison which is originated during the sea churning when Gods and Demons churned the sea in order to obtain Nectar. Due to this poison Lord Shiva's throat became blue in color. So he is known as Nilkanth here. (literally meaning the blue throated one). For this trek it is better to just trek to reach temple. Later you can return to Rishikesh by car or local shared vehicles.

Jhilmil Gufa Trekking in Rishikesh

Jhilmil Gufa is a small 04 hour trek near the Nilkanth Mahadev Temple. Jhilmil Gufa is a small cave is located inside the forest. There is also small temple of lord Shiva. Few sadhus are living here. Only few people visit this place. Route is not very tough. It is also safe for senior citizens. This cave is 26 kms far from Rishikesh. From Rishikesh to Nilkanth Mahadev Temple you have to drive 04 kms more. From there you have to trek 02 hours to reach here.

Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers is one trek where many people begin their journey of trekking in the Himalayas. And why not? ​It is one of those rare natural botanical gardens in India. Flowers bloom everywhere in a riot of colours. On one side of the flower-decked valley tall cliffs climb to the sky.​ The other side is guarded by snow-clad mountains. A serene river glides​ through the middle of the valley. If there is a picturesque setting that is perfect, then this must be it.

Don’t discount the exhilarating climb to Hemkund Sahib – an alpine lake at 14,300 ft. That such a large clear water lake can be present at this altitude is hard to fathom! Of course, the langar (meal) at the Gurudwara is to die for!

Trekking in Gomukh Tapovan

Gomukh is place in Gangotri glacier where the Bhagirathi river originates. Bhagirathi River is also famous as River Ganges. The official river Ganges starts at Devprayag when Bhagirathi river merged with river Alaknanda. The Gaumukh is located at at the height of 13,200 fts. Gomukh means "Mouth of a Cow". Gomukh is 18 kms far from Gangotri town by walk. The trek is very hard and only a few people dare to reach here, thats why the whole area is still best for nature lovers without pollution. Trekking permit is required to reach Gaumukh which is issued at Uttarkashi.

Gaumukh Tapovan Trek

Gangotri is exquisite alpine country. Deodars march in serried ranks and gorges plunge,sliced by the bustling Bhagirathi. The drive will take you past the settlement of Bhairon Ghati and into the single traffic-choked streets of Gangotri. Here the river is joined by its tributary, the Kedar Ganga, rising in the glacier lake of Kedar Tal. Together they gush down the toffee-colored rocks of Gauri Kund and flow down the Himalayas. Here too. Celebrated in Hindu mythology and religion, the Garhwal Himalayas are said to be the "Abode of the Gods". The river Ganges takes its source in this remote massif, at the sacred shrine of Gangotri, and rushes down to the plains in a torrential fury. The Nandan Van trek should really be called the Gangotri-Gaumukh-Nandadevi-Tapovan Trek. It is particularly interesting because it offers a wide variety of Himalayan trekking experiences: rock climbing, and glacier traversing. Nevertheless, it is considered to be a trek which even non-mountaineers can undertake fairly comfortably. You can place yourself in the hands of one of the many competent trekking outfits.

Trekking in Auli Kauri Pass

Auli has one of the longest skiing slopes in Asia. One of the best ski slopes in terms of safety, and known to be a skier's paradise. The 3kms long slope ranges from 2519 m to 3049 m offering a glorious view of the towering Himalayan peaks such as the Nanda Devi (7817m), Kamet (7756m), the Mana Parvat (7273m) and the Dunagiri (7066m). One could reach Auli from Joshimath (1890m) by taking a leisurely 3 km ride on the (cable car). In summer Auli is a relaxing destination, with the massive Alaknanda gorge flanking its North, and the almost unending grassy slopes all around, making it the most relaxing hill resort in the Indian Himalayas! A large number of visitors visit this delightful destination in both summers and winters.

Kuari Pass Trek

Lord Curzon went up to the Kwari-pass in 1905 and hence the trek is named after him as "Corzon Trail". The trek over the Kuari Pass was the route followed by Shipton and Tilman on their way to the Rishi Gorge and by other mountaineers en route to the peaks on the Indo-Tibetan border. It is also called the Curzon Trail, as the famous former Viceroy of India also travelled this route. The trail was named after Lord Curzon who was a keen trekker and it is said that the path was specially improved so that he could do the trek. Lord Kurzon made the trek to Kuari pass, and since then it has come to be known as Curzon's trail. It is very popular among European and American Travelers. In 1905 Lord Curzon reached Kuari pass from Ghat via Ramni. Today many trekkers prefer to undertake the trek in the reverse direction. The main attraction of Curzon's trails is the majestic view of the twin peaks of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Dronagiri and Hathi- Ghodi Parvat. You get truly spectacular views of the Himalayas - Trishul 23,496 foot 7,120 meter, Kedarnath 22,994 foot 6,968 meter, Kamet's pyramid of granite 25,595 foot,7,756 meter, Nilkanth 21,767 foot 6,596 meter, the square-topped summits of Gori Parbat and Hathi Parbat, Badrinath, the icy crest of Dunagiri, Rishikot, Changabang 22,651 foot 6,864 meter, Kedarnath and Chowkhamba 23,522 foot 7,128 meter and the legendary twin peaks of Nanda Devi, 25,643 foot 7,740 meter, surrounded by an awesome 19,800-foot 6,000 meter wall which forms a sanctuary.

Trekking in Chopta Chandrashila

Chopta is a beautiful area with dense and diverse forest. Chopta is part of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary (975 km ²) is Situated in Rudraprayag and Chamoli district. Chopta region is stretched from 2000 meters to 4000 meters altitude. Chopta is famous place among nature lovers. Chopta has rich biodiversity and beautiful views of the Himalayan landscape. Chopta is also known as "Mini Switzerland" in India. Chopta is visited any time throughout the year. Best time to visit Chopta is during winter, due to snow fall in the region. Chopta is located in the Rudraprayag district. Chopta is also starting point of Tungnath and Chandrashila. Tungnath is a temple of Lord Shiva and Chandrashila is the highest point in the area. Chopta is well connected by road to Haridwar, Rishikesh and Delhi. Chopta is located on Ukhimath - Gopeshwar road. Chopta is not like typical hill station with so much hotels and crowd. Chopta is very quiet destination. Chopta is destination for trekking and nature lovers. Tungnath Temple is closed in December to March.

Chandrashila Tungnath Trek

Chandrashila which is a paradise in itself is a summit of the Chandranath Parbat on which Tungnath temple (the highest Shiva temple in the world) is situated. It is a beautiful trek place passed through forests and vast meadows, and offers excellent views of snow clad Himalayas especially Himalayas. Tungnath is the highest Shiva temple in the world and is one of the five and the highest Panch Kedar temples located in the mountain range of Tunganath in Rudraprayag district, in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The Tunganath (literal meaning: Lord of the peaks) mountains form the Mandakini and Alaknanda river valleys.

Trekking in Hemkund Sahib

Hemkund Sahib Yatra is famous yatra for Sikh religion. hemkund sahib is near world famous flowers park "Valley of flowers" So you can enjoy with it. Hemkund sahib yatra starts from Haridwar or rishikesh.

Hemkund Sahib History

This scared Sikh shrine is situated on the shores of the Hemkund Lake at 4320mtrs from sea level. It marks the place where Guru Govind Singh, the tenth and last Guru, unified with God after prolonged meditation in his previous birth. The guru's autobiography which contains a description of the place helped two devout Sikhs, Sant Sohan Singh and Havldar Mohan singh to rediscover it. According to Hindu mythology, Hemkund or Lokpal as it is also known is where Lakshman had done his enhance. Hemkund is a 15km trek from Govindghat, which is the gateway to the Bhyundar or Lakshman Ganga valley. Govindghat is one of the bus routes to Badrinath. The trek from here to Hemkund takes one through forests of pine and rhododendron where wild roses, ferns and alpine flowers bloom. The surging waters of the Lakshman Ganga are also visible. The last 5km of the trek entails a steep climb from Ghangharia, which is a base for visiting Hemkund. Bits of ice still float on the waters between July and October, the best season to visit Hemkund. The rock strewn shores of the lake are covered with moss and flowers in bloom.

Roopkund Trek

Roopkund trek starts from Lohajung. Situated at the elevation of 3200 mts, this joint has narrow and curvy roads that cross from one slope of the mountain to other. While crossing the mountain, you can witness amazing views of the valley. Didna Village is the second destination. It is very difficult to reach there as it is located at the height. You have to cross mixed forest to reach there. Then you will come to Ali Bugyal. Surrounded by mountains, this is the perfect place for taking some amazing photographs. Ghora Latoni is the next destination, which is 3 km far from Ali Bugyal. This walk is an easy walk. Situated on the plain, Ghora Latoni is the best place for campsite. From there, you will reach Bhagwabasa. Trail going to Bhagwabasa is very crisscross and moves uphill towards the mountain. Roopkund is the last destination of the trek. It is 5 km far from Bhagwabasa, and the trail is very ascending and steady. Witnessing the lake after so much exertion is the life time experience. After spending some unforgettable moments, you can come back to your base camp by reversing your trek.

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