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Story by Aagneya Nambeesan

 Rated : 4.0

Roopkund trek tests our stamina and internal strength, after a days long trekking and sightseeing you will get highly tired and so trekking is not so easy here. Camping is quite restful and sightseeing includes exquisite places. I have seen nothing more scenic than the roopkund lake. Enjoyed the overall experience.

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Story by Som Mehrotra

 Rated : 4.0

I have did many trekking expedition in himalayan peaks of differernt locationsincluding himachal pradesh, uttrakhand and kashmir too, and everytime i embark on the trails i feel something new... same thing happed to me in my roopkund trek also. I was very much excited for this trail. Roopkund has been in my list since long ago. The high mountains nd typical valleys gives a unique landscape to the place. The dense vegetaion having trees of all kinds adds extra beauty to the place. It is an awesome place guys, if you are a trekking lover then you will certainly fall for this place.

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Story by Aaditya Sethi

 Rated : 4.0

Roopkund trek is the last destination, before reaching the roopkund lake you will pass through other villages and valleys. Trekking is meant for professionals and strong people since youbwill require to climb uphill many a time. As far as camping is concerned then not all the pointa are good for camping but sites like ali bugyal and bhagwabasa is awesome campsite . over all its a marvelous trek.

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Story by Chandan Somayaji

 Rated : 5.0

Many Many thanks to our tour guide whole instriction made this long trip possible. i miss my camping moments at bhagwabasa and ali bugyal... i was so relaxed there... magnificient mountain views followed me everywhere but when we reached roopkund, the peaks were damn beautiful....the roopkund lake was frozen too. one of the best ever experience of my life.

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Story by Akula Tagore

 Rated : 4.0

Trekking in Roopkund begins from Kathgodam and next stopage point is Lohajung which is also a great site for exploring located at the height of 7500 feet. The journey will take not more than 10 hours, which includes one or two breaks. The trekking is long and without taking adequate breaks it will be though as well. Kumon will be your next stoppage and from there you can also spot the great shivalik range which looks wonderful. Next you will have reach Gwandam of Gharwal and the last point would be the Roopkund lake. During your entire journey you will see large coniferous forests and the half snow capped peaks. It is an interesting place to spend your next holiday.

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Story by Anal Pothuvaal

 Rated : 4.0

Spectaular hills, snow on the peaks, beautiful deep valleys and dense forests are the major attraction of Roopkund trekking. The trip can be initiated from lohajung area then you cross the didna village, gwaldam and gharwal regions, and each of these places are the perfect campsites. Trekking is absolute fun, you will embark on high mountain ridges and also cross the river stream of neel ganaga tributary. So after passing through the dense coniferous trees you will reach roopkund trek. Enjoy being at the lake side view and make your holiday memorable.

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Story by Charumati Jha

 Rated : 4.0

i loved trekking at gwaldam and ail bugyal peaks, it was quite challenging. you need to first ascend and then walk downhills where the utmost care is required. Trekkers love this kind of trails. Rest was just okay. Camping can be done easily since the grounds are flat and actually these are the grassland that shepherds use for grazing their animals. The forests also welcomes you to go inside and explore different green trees. The large lake of roopkund is the final destination where you can spend good quality time. overall for me it was a great adventure.

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Story by Vishwamitra Chaturvedi

 Rated : 4.0

Roopkund trek gives is actually the combined trekking in all locations be like lohajung, deval, and gharwal peaks. Exploring the didna kuling village is a nice option that will keep ip interest in the journey. There is a small river stream fed by neel ganga that is worth watching. Above all comes the roopkund lake, beautiful and magnificent surrounded by mountains and trees present on the banks. It is an absolute heaven.

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Story by Gauranga Nambeesan

 Rated : 4.0

While reaching Roopkund trek you will experience the serpentine curves of road before Lohajung area. Roopkund is actually famous for having a beautiful lake having crystal clear water and a perfect destination for trekking lovers. Since it is near Gharwal region so trekkers can also extend their trekking trip to other himalayan peaks.

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Story by Chandrabhaga Bhattathiri

 Rated : 4.0

Dedani village to ali bugyal, the from ali bugyal to Ghora lotani and from there to Bhagwabasa and finally roopkund was quite a long journey. We got tired but it felt like an achievement . While trekking we came across many villages where we took rest and did some sight seeing. it was a lovely experience. The roopkund lake was worth capturing in your camera. Over all it was a great fun guys !!!

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Story by Ujjwal Marar

 Rated : 3.0

My journey began from Lohajung and the passing via didna village, ali bugyal, ghora latoni and bhagwabasa , we reached roopkund. It was a moderate long trekking journey that tired us and involved lot of time. A guide is must in the region who helps in trekking and exploring sites. During our journey we came across many beautiful deep valleys and dense jungle and i can say that roopkind trek is one of the best in uttrakhand. A must having experience for all.

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Story by Ambar Dwivedi

 Rated : 3.0

Roopkund trekking involves trekking in didna village and ali bugyal also, which is one of the country's highest located village, crowded by local shepherds. During our visit we also interacted with them, they not only welcomed us but also guided us further to discover some places that even our tour guide was unknown from. The mountains are spectacular and when you will reach the roopkund lake ,the panoramic views will steal your heart. Sightseeing involves exploring the oak and brich forests, bird watching, visiting water streams and lake itself.

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Story by Deb Abbott

 Rated : 3.0

wooo first Himalayan trekking in uttrakhand... i have been a big fan of himachal pradesh and uttrakhand treks. starting from 12500 ft to reach more than 14500 ft was an exciting experience for me. At time i got low and tired of climbing uphill but the surroundings kept me going. The positive excitement is highly required to complete the trek. Since it pretty long trek so that i felt was its negative point. The roopkund is a great place, though not any hotel or lodges are available but you can spend night in tents. overall it was a great trip.