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Top 7 Best Treks in Uttarakhand


A holy land and a frequent pilgrimage spot for the Hindus, Uttarakhand is home to the magnificent Gangotri Glacier. It’s the source point of the Ganges River. The state is also home to the second tallest mountain in India, the Nanda Devi, which is at an elevation of 25,643 feet tall. 

Here are the top 7 best treks to do in Uttarakhand:

Rupin Pass Trek

Tall waterfalls, illusionary views of neighboring peaks, and exotic flower-laden gardens guarantee that Rupin Pass is unforgettable and unremarkable. The trek starts from the minute township of Dhaula. The trekkers need to climb almost 10,000 ft. to get to Rupin Pass. They will be crossing over from Uttarakhand to Himachal. On the way, there are several beautiful villages like Jakha that serve as ideal resting stops for the trekkers.

Kedarkantha Trek

Covering over 18 km in just 4-5 days, at an altitude of over 6000 ft., is harsh, but the stunning 360-degree views of various celebrated mountain peaks in the Kedarkantha trek certainly make it worth- watching the while. Sankri village is in Uttarakhand, and by the time you reach the Kedarkantha peak, you will feel as if you’ve touched the sky.

Bali Pass Trek

The Bali Pass Trek is meant for seasoned trekkers only because of its challenging terrain. The trek route falls through the famous Govind Wildlife Sanctuary so expect to see a lot of exotic flora and fauna. As you walk through the beautiful rivers of Tons and Siyan Gad through coniferous woodlands, you will eventually reach the magical lake of Ruinsara Tal. You will be gifted with amazing views of Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, and Swargarohini Peaks. 

Har Ki Dun Trek

The Har Ki Dun trek is one of the easiest treks in the Garhwal region of the Himalayas. During the Har Ki Dun trek, explorers will witness the beautiful Tons River valley surrounded by the highlands and dense woodlands. The pre-Monsoon spring months are ideal for bird watching. The post-monsoon season is recommended for people who love flora as they blossom in these months. The place has enough snow in December and April, making it perfect for snow lovers in mythology, the place is considered steeped, and the trek is sublime.

Valley of Flowers Trek

The trek to the Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO Heritage Site, is the easiest in all of Uttarakhand. The trekkers can attempt this route without the help of local trekking agencies. This 4-5 days trek attracts visitors for its amazing exhibition of wildflowers. Trekkers expect ample rain and prepare correspondingly. Hemkund Sahib, a pilgrimage site, is located at 14,200 ft. Rest assured, the delicacy2 of the wildflowers will make up for all the hardships.

Brahmatal Trek

The place is located opposite the famous Roopkund Trek. A paradise for snow lovers, the unique views of the Himalayan ranges should be your number one reason to go on this trek. The route of the brahmatal trek is fully covered in snow and is a paradise for snow lovers. Some distinguished seven thousand visible are Trishul, Nandaghunti, Chowkhamba, Nilkanth, Kamet, Hathi, and Ghoda peaks. Most treks of the Roopkund trek can also be seen from this trek, including views of Ali Bugyal, Bedni Bugyal & Junargali.

 Kalindi Khal Trek

It is the most difficult trek route in the Garhwal Himalayas. The route of this rough trek connects the pilgrimage sites of Gangotri and Badrinath. The Kalindi Khal Trek is difficult. The trek will take you through rugged glaciers, crevassed snowfields, and rocky moraines. Also unleashing magnificent views of some of the most prominent Himalayan peaks like Shivling, Meru, and Kedar Dome, Nilkant, Avalanche Peak, Kamet, Mana, etc.

It is considered the holy grail of all treks, the famous Roopkund Trek. With stunning campsites, beautiful meadows of Ali and Bedni, and surrounded glaciers, the Roopkund Trek takes you to the glorious Roopkund Lake at the lap of the Trishul Massif, studded with hundreds of human skeletons. 

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