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Being the source of the River Yamuna, Yamunotri has a lot of significance in history as well. It is situated at a height of 3293 meters. Yamunotri is considered to be the supreme among the four sites of India’s Chhota Char Dham pilgrimage. The temple dedicated to Goddess Yamuna is the prime attraction here along with the charming holy thermal springs at Janki Chatti. It was constructed by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal. The whole location arranges the best features such as lush green meadows, glacier sights and revamping climate throughout the year. But majorly, the difficulty to reach the top extends a thrilling experience to those who love adventure and escapades. You can reach the location by walking through the rugged plains and roads, 6 KM from Hanuman Chatti and 4 KM from Janki Chatti.

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Traveller Tales from Uttarkashi


Vipul Vashistha

27 April 2017

Excellent trek for those who want to see the giants os Garwhal Himalayas up and close, we also get to visit the source of Ganga river at the snout of Gangotri glacier and the beautiful and pristine lake known as Vasuki Tal


Ankush Garg

07 May 2015

It’s only when you start walking that you realize you are actually walking on a glacier. Trekking on such a massive trek is challenging but definitely an experience that you can get nowhere else.


Sudhanshu Gaur

07 May 2015

I’m a diehard lover of challenging treks and Panpatia is one glacier that will challenge even professionals…Amazing trek, beautiful place …images of the entire trek keeps flickering in my mind.


Yogeshwari Dutta

04 May 2015

It was an outstanding trekking experience we had! Within the 15 days, we got ample of opportunity to visit several important destinations like temples, villages, got the chance to walk through snowy fields and lot more. The best of the entire trek was the rest days we got to get used to the change in the climate and the local atmosphere. Overall, it was a decently planned trek.


Archana Singh

04 May 2015

Trekking was such an exciting experience. Had a bit of problem with the low temperature. As the trekking duration is quite long, make sure you do packing very carefully. Ideally, you should get porters to carry your bags and baggage, but then there is a limit to the weight they usually carry.


Kanti Nambeesan

11 October 2015

The last two days were so much fun. We surely needed that buffer day at the end. Since, the beginning till the end ,it all felt like a dream come true. I really wish there were more facilities to start a life there. I would have run right away. But' I guess that's the beauty of it.


Peter Mehta

09 April 2015

Pack yourself properly and get into this trek. Also be prepared for challenges on the way. Listen to the guides and instructors as much as you can. Things might change on the way, but then if you follow the rules and instructions you will complete this trek with an ease.


Vaidehi Ahuja

12 January 2016

My trek mates were just awesome. They were all so friendly. We all belonged to different states but, felt like a family. The groups were well-arranged by the guides to help us enjoy. We were all the same age that is why we enjoyed so much.


Girish Ganaka

17 April 2016

We had a team match amongst the trek group. We would race to spots like Badrinath and Kedarnath. The team reaching late will compensate by doing some tasks. It was fun and exciting. Would definitely recommend it to friends.

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