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Roopkund Trek

Counted among the best treks in India, the Roopkund trail is a trekker’s paradise. Roopkund’s topography is complete with verdant forests, acres and acres of open meadows, trickling brooks, and the celestial snow of course. Roopkund also comprises of the eerie Skeletal Lake, and is great for one’s initiation into high-altitude trekking. Pre-monsoon and post-monsoon seasons make Roopkund one of the compulsory trekking places near Delhi.

Distance from Delhi: 308 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Kathgodam Railway Station

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Kuari Pass Trek

Kuari Pass which signifies doorway is one of the best treks in Uttaranchal. It is also known as Curzon trail as this trekking trail was discovered by Lord Curzon in 1905. The panoramic views of the eastern slopes of the majestic Garhwal Himalayas, Neelkanth, Mana, Hathi Ghori Parvat, Bertholi, Trishul, Dronagiri, Kamet and Nanda Devi peaks can be experienced on Kuari Pass Trek.

The trek has dense deodar, ok and rhododendron forests which present a picturesque view. Rare and protected flora and fauna can be found on this trail.  The trek passes via major rivers like Mandakini, Kaliganga and Dhauli Ganga .The ideal time to visit here is in summers.

Best Season: December - January
Duration: 6-8 Days
Max. Elevation: 4,264 m

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Dodital Trek

Dodital trek is a short trek and must to do when you are on trekking in Uttaranchal tour. Difficulty ranges from easy to moderate through thick forests and across majestic Himalayas landscapes, large meadows and stream crossings.  

The trek begins from Sangamchatti (kalyani) road near Uttarkashi and completes at the Hanumanchatti. From Dodital Lake, you will need to trek uphill to reach the Darwa pass, also called as Bakaria Khaga pass. The alpine meadows of Kanasar are an ideal place for camping.

Best season: May - October
Duration: 10 Days
Altitude: 4150 m

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Chandrashila Trek

With the enthralling Kedarnath range to the north, the Chandrashila Peak offers splendid panoramic vistas. Literally meaning the ‘Moon Rock’, Chandrashila is incidentally the highest peak in the area. A low altitude trek that’s full of cavernous gorges and vivid imagery, the season for trekking is round the year. With gradients suiting beginners, Chandrashila trek allows eyeful glimpses of Garhwal Himalayas and the trek passes through an ancient Shiva temple atop Tungnath.

Distance from Delhi: 455 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Rishikesh Railway Station

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Mansa Devi Temple

Manasa Devi Temple seems to have a significant space among the minds of the devotees of Shakti, the goddess this temple is dedicated to. Perched on the top of Bilwa Parvat on the Sivalik Hills, the temple offers a splendid view of the mighty Ganges and the holy city of Haridwar. Rather than being a pilgrim centre, the temple makes its value higher among the adventure seekers as well because, the temple is accessible either only by trekking the high altitude or taking the recently established rope way. Chandi Devi Temple located very close to this shrine attracts a large number of devotees everyday as there is a belief that the two forms of Goddess Parvati, Mansa and Chandi stay close to each other.
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Yamunotri

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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Deer Park

After Rajaji National Par, Malsi Deer Park is the most visited wildlife centre in Dehradun. This is a mini zoological park turned out to be one of the favourite picnic spots or hangout places in the city, ideal for family outings or school excursions. The herds of deer meandering freely in their habitat through the scenic Malsi reserve forest area ensures an amazing sight before the eyes of its visitors, incomparably beautiful. Unlimited number of birds can also be found inside the park together giving a mind blowing views. For kids, there are fun rides and space for games also. The weekend witnesses the flooding of people towards the park. The park is situated just 10 KM away from Dehradun city at Mussoorie Road.
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Rishikesh

Visit the adventure capital of India, the marvelous and thrilling city of Rishikesh on your next vacation with your friends and family!  The 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas', Rishikesh is located at the base of the Himalayas and is blessed with the gorgeous, thundering river of Ganga, the popular trek friendly rugged terrains, challenging peaks, strenuous rapids and dense forests! If you are an ardent traveler, then Rishikesh makes for one of the most ideal weekend getaways near Delhi.

Being one of the holiest cities in India, Rishikesh is quite famous for its scenic landscape and serves as a gateway to other important religious centers such as Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. The adventurer paradise is a happening hub of many ancient temples and attractions such as Gita Bhawan, Laxman Jhula, Bharat Mandir, Neelkanth Mahadev, Swarga Ashram, Triveni Ghat amongst others! Grab your cameras and adventure gear and head to Rishikesh for an adventure packed holiday!

Distance from Delhi: 228km

Best time to visit: Throughout the year

Attractions: Triveni Ghat, Ram and Lakshman Jhula, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple and Vashista Cave

Activities: River Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Camping, Rappelling, Rock Climbing and Trekking 

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What You Should Know More About Uttarakhand

  • Travel Advice

    • Uttarakhand is a famous tourist destination and hence, there are a lot of precautions you need to take here, depending on the place you visit.

    • Take care of personal safety on treks and follow the trek routes. Also, obtain permissions before heading to treks.

    • Seek complete information about tourist destinations before heading there and have your stay pre-booked as there might be a rush during the peak holiday season.

    • Check weather predictions before you visit and carry winter wear accordingly. Also, carry sufficient rain gear along with you.

    • Do not speak to strangers and refrain from making advance payments for any tourist facilities without obtaining an original receipt for the same.

    • Book all your adventure tours from an authorized agency.

    • Do not wear flashy clothes and heavy jewelry on the trip as it might invite unpleasant incidents like thefts and pickpocketing.

  • Drinking Laws

    The legal age to consume alcohol in Uttarakhand is 21 years, but it is prohibited to consume alcohol in holy places like Rishikesh, Haridwar and Chardham.


  • Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Nainital
    Famously known as the ‘Lake District of India’, Nainital is a scenic treat where you can have some of the best sightseeing spots. It is surrounded by beautiful mountains from all the sides and some famous places to visit there are Naini lake, Nainital Zoo, Himalayan view point and Thandi Sadak.

    Jim Corbett National Park
    This park was established in 1938 in order to protect tigers and is now one of the most famous ecotourism destinations in India. This park is a home to over 600 wildlife species and a beautiful forest. The dense woods will leave you awestruck as you enter them, looking for spotting some wild animal.

    Chamoli
    This place is famous for temples, shrines and the legends it has according to mythological stories. This is the place where the famous Çhipko movement took a start. If you are interested in knowing more about Gharwali tradition and village culture, this place is a must visit.

    Chardham Yatra
    The Chardham Yatra is an ultimate pilgrimage trip for Hindus. It includes Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri and Yamnotri, all of which are located in Uttarakhand. Thousands of tourists visit this pilgrimage every year and if you are in Uttarakhand, you should definitely not miss this holy trip. Even if you are not religious and seek for some adventure activities, you can go and trek to these places.

    Rishikesh and Haridwar
    Both these places are famous pilgrimage destinations as the holy river Ganga leaves the Himalayan foothills from this point. People worship the river on the Ghats, and the devotion they have is worth experiencing, especially the luminous evening aarti. Rishikesh, also being an adventure hub, is a famous river rafting destination as well as for other water sports.

    Valley of Flowers
    A true paradise on earth, this place will leave you mesmerized. It is a valley which is fully covered with bloomed flowers in the Spring season and you will feel like you are dancing on a cloud of colorful and vibrant flowers. This visit is a truly enchanting experience for the tourists.

    Mussoorie
    This is a super popular destination is you want to just relax and enjoy a calm time, being away from the hustle and bustle of city life. You can have cable car rides while witnessing the view of the mountains, have a walk on Camel’s Back Road, visit Kempty Falls and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere.

    Auli
    If you are interested in adventure activities, especially skiing, Auli is an ultimate destination for you. There is a 3 km long slope designed for skiing where you can have you adventure dreams completed. If you are a trekker, you can visit the Kuari pass, going through the Nanda Devi National park.

  • What you will like there?

    Natural Beauty
    Nestling in the laps of snow-clad mountains, destinations in Uttarakhand have a unique charm because of their natural beauty. The gushing waters of River Ganga, snow covered mountains, chilly weather and warmth of the welcoming locals will totally make your trip worthwhile.

    Peace and tranquility
    It you are looking for peace, relaxation and rejuvenation, this place will make you experience it. Any destination in Uttarakhand will give you a sheer experience of peace of mind and unwinding yourself to be treated by nature.

    Tourist friendly atmosphere
    As maximum income of the state depends on tourism, there are a lot of facilities for tourists like efficient public transport, booking offices, restaurants, internet and calling facilities and city to city transport and no tourist will face any inconvenience when in Uttarakhand.

    Adventurous trek routes
    The trek routes of Uttarakhand are some of the most scenic ones in the world. Indian as well as international tourists flock here every year in order to fulfill their adventure fetish. There are routes of different difficulty levels and you will surely remember the treks in Uttarakhand for the rest of your lives.

    Cleanliness
    The main problem with tourist destinations is that they are very unclean. But Uttarakhand still manages to retain its natural beauty, with minimum amount of garbage and litter around you, especially at some scenic spots. This is something you will really admire about this place.

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  • When is the best time to visit Uttarakhand?

    The beauty of Uttarakhand can be experienced in almost any weather. Summer may seem ideal for nature enthusiasts, but each season here dons its own charm.

    July to September:

    Uttarakhand experiences rainfall between July to September, but don’t let that dampen your holidays. The monsoon is a refreshing season in the mountain, and one can enjoy the natural beauty to its fullest. The temperature during these months ranges from 20 degrees to 38 degrees depending on the rainfall.

    October to February:

    Cold and pleasant, winters in Uttarakhand are perfect if you want to experience the place in all its glory. The temperature can range anywhere between 3 degrees to 15 degree Celsius. Although some places may temporarily shut down on account of heavy snowfall, there are still a lot of places such as Corbett, Haridwar, Nainital and the Valley of Flowers that you can visit during the winter season.

    March to June:

    Considered as the ideal season to plan your trip to Uttarakhand, the temperature during summer is not too harsh and ranges from 20 degrees to 35 degrees. Tourists can explore the state and its awe-inspiring beauty throughout these months. However, be prepared to expect a flock of visitors as the gorgeous Uttarakhand is a favorite of many-a-travellers who want to try the ultimate sport: river rafting.

  • How to reach Uttarakhand?

    Easily accessible by one too many modes of transport, getting to Uttarakhand is not troublesome at all. Here are a few ways you can get there with ease:

    By Air:

    Uttarakhand is connected to two domestic airports namely – Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun) and Pantnagar Airport near Nainital. There are regular flights from Dehradun to Delhi and other major cities of India, but if you’re traveling via Pantnagar, there are a limited number of flights available. Be sure to keep a track of them before planning your trip to Uttarakhand.

    By Rail:

    Rail routes are a convenient mode of transport throughout the country. Uttarakhand too is connected via some important junctions namely: Haridwar, Dehradun, Rishikesh, Nainital, Kotdwar, Kathgodam, Pauri and Udham Singh Nagar. You can board a train from any of these stations to arrive at any metro city in India.

    By Road:

    The wide-spanning road network in Uttarakhand is well-connected with Delhi as well as other major state highways. There are bus services throughout the state that can transport you to some major roadways and highways throughout Uttarakhand.

  • Which are the major tourist attractions in Uttarakhand?

    Famous for its scenic views and several pilgrimage sites, Uttarakhand has plenty of places to be at during your vacation here. Whether you’re keen on visiting sites with divine importance, or are a thrill-seeker looking out for an adventure, here are a few spots you simply shouldn’t miss:

    • Dehradun – For its landscapes and hilly views
    • Nainital – For its placid lakes and serenity
    • Mussoorie – to check out the majestic Kempty falls
    • Rishikesh – to experience spirituality and daunting adventure sports
    • Haridwar – For its vibrant temples and ghats

  • What are the things to do in Uttarakhand?

    Planning your vacation at Uttarakhand is not as difficult as it seems. You can set aside some time for tranquility and partake in abundant mysterious adventures that the Land of Gods has to offer. Whatever you interest lies in; you can handpick your destinations and plan your trip. Here are a few popular activities to try once you’re in Uttarakhand:

    • Ski down a snow-clad peak in Auli during the winters.
    • Embark on an exhilarating river rafting in the Ganges in Rishikesh.
    • Bungee jump overlooking a rocky river in Rishikesh.
    • Camp out surrounded by gurgling streams and snow-capped peaks in Tons valley.
    • Go tiger spotting in Jim Corbett National Park
    • Visit the valley of flowers in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand.

  • What is the local food of Uttarakhand?

    As rich as Uttarakhand is in its cultural heritage and traditions, the state has a humble cuisine that goes hand in hand with nutrition and taste. Due to the abundance of milk available here, you will find a lot dairy products being served in Uttarakhand. A traditional meal in Uttarakhand comprises of Chapati and seasonal vegetables, fruits, rice and dessert. Don’t forget to try the delectable Jhangora Ki Kheer which is a famous sweet dish of the region. You can try most of these dishes in local restaurants.

  • What is the best public transport to commute around Uttarakhand?

    To get around the expansive state, the best possible way is to get into a state transport bus. Economical and time saving, these buses are well connected to small villages as well as cities in Uttarakhand. Apart from this, you may even hire a cab or SUV as per your requirements, the fares may vary from season to season.

  • What is the local language in Uttarakhand and which are the most commonly used greetings?

    The people of Uttarakhand speak many languages. You may find people conversing in Hindi and English as well, but most of the languages in this state are variations of the Hindi dialect. Apart from this, people converse in Garhwali and Kumaoni. Here are a few common Hindi greetings to keep in mind:

    • Namaste – Hello
    • Shukriya – Thank you
    • Su Prabhat/ Shubh Ratri – Good morning/ Good Night
    • Yeh jagah kitni door hain? – How far is the place?
    • Iske liye kitna? – What is the price for this?

  • Which are the best shopping places in Uttarakhand and what are they famous for?

    Uttarakhand is well-known for an assortment of knick-knacks, accessories and delightful street side markets. A walk down the streets is sure to keep your eyes glued for antiques, trinkets, gems, handicrafts and traditional paintings of Uttarakhand.

    • Dehradun Tibetan markets – for woolens and quality fabrics, carpets and trendy outfits
    • Haridwar street shopping – for Rudraksh pendants, beaded jewelry, temple requirements and precious stones
    • Nainital markets – for homemade candles, vibrant lac bangles, freshly picked apples, cherries, mulberries and strawberries

  • Which are the famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Uttarakhand?

    The flourishing wildlife in Uttarakhand is home to several wildlife sanctuaries. The state is bestowed with munificent bio-diversity and rich expanse of greenery. Look out for rare and endangered species such as the Musk deer, Ghorals, Snow Leopards, Monals and various species of butterflies that call this magnanimous valley their home. Here are a couple of wildlife sanctuaries that you must-visit on your trip:

    • Jim Corbett National Park
    • Nanda Devi National Park
    • Valley of Flowers National Park
    • Gangotri National Park
    • Pangot and Kilbury Bird Sanctuary

  • Where can I do water sports activities in Uttarakhand?

    Uttarakhand draws most of its crowd for its daunting watersports and adventure activities. Its abundant flora and fauna also makes Uttarakhand a land of waterfalls and rivers. So, buckle up for some of these exciting watersports around the state:

    • White water rafting, Rishikesh – Set sail on the rocky river with landscaping views to accompany your journey.
    • Canoeing and Kayaking – This popular paddle sport activity can be experienced in Rishikesh, Dakpathar and Ramganga in Corbett National Park.
    • Parasailing – Glide over the water and look out at the panoramic views of the lake in Nainital

  • Which are the famous treks in Uttarakhand?

    Exploring the natural wonders of Uttarakhand is only worthwhile when done on foot. These are few paths less travelled for you to trek on during your trip:

  • Which are the famous Hill stations in Uttarakhand?

    Since it is situated atop a mountain, you have plenty of scope to explore one too many quaint hill stations within Uttarakhand. Check out a selected few that make it to our list:

    • Mussoorie – Referred to as the ‘Queen of Hills’, Mussoorie is the pride of Uttarakhand thanks to its scenic beauty and the fact that it is nestled within the clouds.
    • Nainital – Already drawing a flock of tourists from various places in India, Nainital is the perfect retreat for honeymooners as well as zealous millennials.
    • Auli – With its snow-clad slopes and rich, deodar forests; Auli is now a favorite amongst the winter sports enthusiasts.
    • Bhimtal – You may have heard about the beguiling lake at Bhimtal that makes for a perfect location to spend your summer holidays in Uttarakhand.
    • Lohaghat – Blessed with pleasant weather all year round, Lohaghat is perfect for those looking for a piece of history along with a breathtaking view.

  • Which places are good for a bike trip In Uttarakhand?

    Adrenaline junkies can freak out on the rush of spiraling up the roads in Uttarakhand. Here are a few places to be at:

    • Rishikesh
    • Kumaon range
    • Pangot hills
    • Mussoorie
    • Dhanaulti

  • What are some best places to experience Himalayas in Uttarakhand?

    Although you might be blessed with an awe-inspiring view of the Himalayas from almost everywhere, you can experience the beauty of these peaks right in the lap of greenery. Here are a few places to visit:

    • Dayara Bugyal – A high altitude meadow located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. A trek to this site comes with a beautiful sight of the snow peaked Himalayas.
    • Ranikhet – Located on an altitude of 1800 meters, this is the ideal destination in Uttarakhand to take in some glorious, Himalayan views.
    • Almora – Almora is a stunning destination blessed gifted with gorgeous Himalayan views and sprawling plains.

  • What are famous destinations for rafting in Uttarakhand?

    Here are a few famous destinations in Uttarakhand for river rafting:

    • Ganga: The 36-kilometer long stretch is the most well-known section of the Ganges in Rishikesh.
    • Yamuna: A rough, 20-kilometer stretch between Nainbaugh and Juddo is a thrilling spot to enjoy rafting.
    • Tons: Another 30-kilometer long stretch, drop in for river rafting here if you’re somewhere between Mori and Tuni.

  • Which are the famous skiing destinations in Uttarakhand?

    The winter season is glorious in Uttarakhand, and you can have plenty of snow-clad slopes to yourself for skiing. Don’t miss out on these destinations on your trip if you’re fond of the sport:

    • Nanda Devi
    • Auli
    • Kedarkantha

  • Which are the famous Temples in Uttarakhand?

    Every year, Uttarakhand attracts thousands of dedicated devotees who wish to complete their pilgrimage with a glimpse of the almighty. There are numerous temples scattered across the holy Land of Gods, but these are a few that you should cross off your list in case you’re planning to shortlist some:

    • Badrinath temple
    • Chandi Devi temple
    • Kedarnath Mandir
    • Rudranath
    • Kalpeshwar temple

  • Which are the UNESCO world heritage sites in Uttarakhand?

    The Valley of Flowers located alongside the world famous Nanda Devi National Park is included in the prestigious UNESCO world heritage site for its spectacular views and a lush spread of flowers. The reason for its seclusion is due to a treacherous trek that takes you to it. The site is only accessible in the summers at a nominal fee. You can witness the flowers in a glorious bloom after spring.

  • Here are the best tips Thrillophilia has to offer for your trip to Uttarakhand

    Before you set out exploring the land of myth and mystery, keep a few of these tips at hand:

    • Make sure you exchange your money with authorized money exchangers.
    • It is advisable to stay indoors after it gets dark, since Uttarakhand is located around thriving wildlife.
    • While shopping, be careful to not be allured by fanciful items sold at an outrageous price.
    • Before you check into a hotel, keep a tab on the kind of facilities it promises to provide. Make sure you have purified drinking water along with hot water supply during your stay.

Traveller Tales from Uttarakhand

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Akshay Kumar

13 October 2017

"The things I have seen , the things I have done are pretty amazing . I can tell you tales about it , show you volume of pictures , speak on lengths about it but you wont understand . And its not your ...

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Akshay Kumar

13 October 2017

"The things I have seen , the things I have done are pretty amazing . I can tell you tales about it , show you volume of pictures , speak on lengths about it but you wont understand . And its not your ...

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Nikhil Murali

04 July 2017

Our first trek was exciting. It was Roopkund. One of the best treks in India. Thanks thrillophilia for suggesting us. Trek was organised in a very professional way and thoroughly enjoyed out trek all ...

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Sid Du

18 May 2017

"the best experience so far....\nlimitless scenic view from the top \ncool guides and tents\nawesome friendly people around ... snowfall was the best part of the trek. I couldn't say more about the nat

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Nalini Sharma

25 June 2015

The trekking experience was fine and good. To be honest, the trek was really good. We had a great time. It was one of the really nice treks that I have had.

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Ashlesh Varrier

13 June 2015

We were hoping to feel tired and worn out but surprisingly despite the tough trek it was nice and enjoyable and we were with high energy levels even after the trek. This was definitely a nice trekking ...

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Daevika Somayaji

08 June 2016

Drive, Trek, Camp, Trek, Camp, Drive – Wow! What an eventful and mesmerizing break it has been. We had a really great 8 days here in this trek. Rupin Pass Trek is one of the most beautiful and the best...

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Kumuda Shah

10 April 2015

I am out of words. This was a great trekking in Uttarakhand. The place is splendid and classy beauty. This is what a perfect vacation looks like.

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Srujana Bhogaraju

18 November 2017

"My experience with the trek is just above the sky... I enjoyed a lot... Especially it's an beginners trek. We need to have basic fitness level to go for the trek. What's most best thing about the trek...

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