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20 March 2016
Very good option for trekking and camping. Beautiful scenery with snow capped Himalayas in the backdrop, exquisite meadows, refreshing springs en route. Spent a memorable trip. wanted the sheer joy of being etherized to the core by the beauty of the unknown. Trekkers can also explore this park area as its one of the richest biological parks in world. Small lodges are available with good local food.
07 January 2016
We sped past Barshaini and we now able to view the mountain peaks from an altogether different angle - could not believe these were the same vistas that we had been viewing all day long. As the evening hues came about, the peaks turned crimson red - absolutely stunning. We were once again humbled into silen
26 January 2016
This place is heaven for nature lovers as well very reasonable as compared to other places for best experience go with your tents and have your energy drinks and water with you when start trekking
16 February 2016
We treaded slowly so as to enjoy the views around and capture as many clicks as possible and eventually reached the Barshaini village - I was very envious of the people inhabiting this place. They were virtually in the lap of nature - the village was nestled below the huge expanse of snow-capped (virtually a 150o span from left to right) and the mighty Pravati joined by other tributaries way below. In addition to the views on the right side, one could also witness the Parvati glacier on the extreme left - just a glimpse. The village offers mostly home-stays at very cheap prices. These mostly cater to the trekking folks who eventually venture to Tosh (to & fro). Also there are a lot taxis available for hire for a one/ two way trip to Tosh.
03 April 2016
(Same Review) Very good option for trekking and camping. Beautiful scenery with snow capped Himalayas in the backdrop, exquisite meadows, refreshing springs en route. Spent a memorable trip. wanted the sheer joy of being etherized to the core by the beauty of the unknown. Trekkers can also explore this park area as its one of the richest biological parks in world. Small lodges are available with good local food.
24 November 2015
On the way you can take lunch at Rudranag small Shiva temple which is beautiful place to spend some time.Please keep in mind to take some rain coat and please do not drink spring water which may cause stomach problem carry mineral water rest you can get on the way to trek.
14 January 2016
Rudrnaag bridge is a small bridge on the way to Kheerganga t comes about 45 minutes to 1 hour before reaching Khirganga. Rudranag Waterfall on the way to trek to Kheerganga.Standing Standing beside the fall, the sound of falling water just gets you you in love with nature. You can spot lovely apple orchards and quaint houses here at Nakthan along with a few options to stay Alternatively you can continue with the trek until Rudranag, a spot with a waterfall that resembles a water snake. hence the name rudrnag.
22 March 2016
The terrain is easy and in the distance you will see a Bridge. This wooden bridge is an unstable one but does its job. Cross over this bridge to the other side of the river and take the trail up the mountain the area has plenty of flowers and in the monsoon season you can expect the whole land in full bloom.
21 February 2016
RUDRANATH CAVE TEMPLE - Trekking through The Magnificent and Ruthless Himalayas is really Amazing.rudranath temple is the toughest one to reach in comparison with other temple. The trekking route to Rudranath temple offers awe-inspiring views of diversified beauty of nature. The trekking route passes through dense forest rich in varied flora and fauna, alpine meadows and deep gorges wild grass meadows, and Himalayan views makes this place a heavenly hamlet.the temple is believed to be established by the Pandavas. According to the legends of Panch Kedar. temple shelters the face of Shiva.The deity is a Swyam Bhu Shivalinga shaped like a human face formed by the projection of a huge rock.This face has a serene smile and a gaze of pure benevolence in the all seeing eyes., Measuring about 3 feet from the chin to the top of the Jatas This is the only temple in India where the image of Shiva is worshiped as a symbol of his face.
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