5 Reasons Why Valley Of Flowers Trek Is A Must For All Nature Lovers

Are you looking for an off-beat trek? A trek that is beautified with carpet of flowers so that there is no ruggedness at every step! Well, the Valley of Flowers Trek is certainly the best option for you. The picturesque and vibrant flowers that you see here is something that you will not find in any other trek. Thus, this trek is definitely special, and it will be an experience of a lifetime for you. Especially, if you are a nature lover, you should not miss this trek. Reasons Why This Trek Is Special And Must: The Valley of Flowers Uttarakhand is famous for its flora and fauna, trek and vegetation. The amazing aroma and the scenic beauty are sure to enthrall the heart and mind of any trekker. Off-beat destination– If you are keen to spend your holiday away from the crowd and want to fall in endless love with varied species of flowers, it is a must do trek for you. It involves almost a week trek. Easy trek– Though it is a high altitude trek, yet it is a comparatively easy trek. Hence, it is suitable for every type of trekker. This trek will helps you in cleansing the body and soul with its divine beauty. Route to Gurudwara– The route to this trek is also similar to the route of Hemkund Sahib In fact, the trek to the valley of flowers is incomplete if you miss the divine surroundings and the Gurudwara itself. The beauty of the Himalayas– The might Himalayan Peaks that you will witness in this trek will fascinate you in every sense...

What are the highpoints of chopta chandrashila trek?

A popular Uttarakhand Trek in the Indian Himalayan Range, Chopta Chandrashila Trek is an excellent way to find happiness in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is definitely a delight for trekking enthusiasts– A remarkable vantage spot that provides 360º panoramic sights of the great Himalayas. This beautiful trek comes under moderate difficulty level. Read this Chopta Chandrashila trek review to know more. Chopta Chandrashila Trekking offers incredible views of the well-known peaks in the Himalayas which include Chaukhamba, Nandadevi, Kedarnath,Trishul, Kalanag, Massif, Bandarpuch, Neelkanth,Yellow Tooth. This trek is often done with Chopta, Chandrashila, Tungnath, and Deoria Tal. Some of the amazing places that come on the way of this trek are Rishikesh, Augustmuni, Rudraprayag, Ukhimath, Chopta and Sari Village. The main attractions are: Chopta: The 12 km trek ahead to Deoria Tal leads to Chopta, 2900 meters. Chopta could be reached by road and its 34 km from Ukimath, 254 km from Rishikesh and 450 km from New Delhi. Chopta is a small settlement and starting point to Panch Kedar Tungnath and offers an amazing view of Himalayan Peak including Nanda Devi (the most sacred mountain), Trishul, and Chaukhamba. Chopta is home to varied flora and fauna and has thick forest pine deodar and rhododendron. Chandrashila: Chandrashila is 2 km ahead and the peak of Tungnath. Chandrashila means the “Moon Rock”. This is situated at an altitude of approximately 13,000 ft higher than sea level. The peak offers a magnificent view of the Himalayas, especially Nandadevi Peak, Trishul, Kedar Peak, Bandarpuch and Chaukhamba Massif peaks. This place also has various legends linked with it. Tungnath: The World’s highest Shiva temple...

Why Every Corporate Personnel Should Trek To Valley Of Flowers

Among the different treks popular in India, Valley of Flowers Trek in Uttarakhand is one of the most popular treks. People, from different parts of India and even across the world come here for this trek. It is burst with plenty of hues, and you will be greeted at every stop of the trek. The lush green landscapes, snow-capped mountains, gushing rivers, plenty of streams, exotic flowers will give you a great feeling. This trek is so enthralling that everyone should do it at least once in their lifetime. It is often said that this trek can refresh the mind and the body altogether. This is the reason why every corporate personnel should trek to this valley for de-stressing themselves. If you take some time off from your hectic schedule and come for the vof trek, you can be rest assured that you will cherish the moment for the rest of your life. Moreover, the trek is quite easy, and you can join with basic fitness. The best thing is that the trek is not in any isolated location, due to which you will have plenty of accommodation and dhabas around. You can just soak yourself amidst the beautiful and relax. The Valley of Flowers Trek best time is July to August, and if you are lucky to trek at this time, nothing like it. You will witness more than 500 endangered species, which you will not find elsewhere. In addition to that, you will even come across some rare species of animals along with experiencing the intrigue call of birds. This is certainly an enthralling experience that you should not...

6 Frequently asked questions about the Valley of Flowers Trek?

Valley of Flowers is a national park in Western Himalayas, located in Uttarakhand state in India. It is part of Nanda Devi biosphere reserve. Nanda Devi National Park Reserve is in the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. The place is known for its flora and fauna. The place is home to endangered animals like Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, musk dear and blue sheep.The Valley of Flowers has many different colorful flowers, of various shades.It’s about 595 kilometers (370 miles) from Delhi. This is one of the places for Trekking in Uttarakhand, which is not so hard physically. FAQs What is the best time for valley of flowers trek? May to October is the best time to visit Valley of Flowers. The place, being a snow-clad valley practically consistently, is open to travelers just in the monsoon season, between the months of June and September. During rest of the months the cold weather conditions does not makes the place unfriendly for tourists. How to reach Valley of flowers? The nearest airport is Jolly Grant, Dehradun, 295 kilometers (183 miles) away, and the nearest railway station is in Rishikesh, 276 kilometers (171 miles) away. The closest you can get to the Valley of Flowers by road is GovindGhat. Alternatively you can also book a trek to Valley of Flowers from Trek the Himalayas and they will guide you throughout the trek. How is the trek to Valley of Flowers? Access to the Valley is restricted to daylight hours (from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and camping is prohibited. You’ll need to go from, and return to, Ghangaria on the...

My Experience Of Chopta Chandrashila Trek

The Chopta Chandrashila Trek is one of the most beautiful and picturesque part of the Garhwal Himalayas. It starts from Haridwar and passes through Deoriatal, Chopta and then to Tungnath. Finally it reaches the summit of Chandrashila and offers an awesome view of the mighty Himalayas. This region is rich in flora and fauna and it is a protected sanctuary for the musk deer. In addition to that, Tunganath has the highest temple of Lord Shiva. Based on my recent trek in May 2017, I am sharing my experience and travel guide of this beautiful trek. You can be rest assured that it will give you an experience of a lifetime. The distance and connectivity of Chopta from Delhi makes it an ideal getaway for the weekend. However, I completed it in 4 days. From Chandrashila, we drove to Sari and we witnessed some wonderful scenic views. From Sari, we trekked to Deoriatal Lake. The breathtakingly beautiful and pristine lake along with the chirping of various birds created an exhilarating feeling within me. We camped near the lake. In the next morning we witnessed the excellent sunrise. We started the Chopta Chandrashila Trekking. We arrived at Chopta and it seemed that the mystic peaks welcomed us with open arms. We camped in the outskirts from where we trekked to Chandrashila and came back to Chopta by watching some of the most prominent peaks. What Is Included In Trek Package? There is plenty of Chopta Chandrashila Trek package offered by different companies and I personally took it from Trek the Himalayas. Frankly speaking, they were wonderful, and I got lots of...

Walking on Frozen River, Chadar Trek

The region that I am going to talk about and is known to the globe as Zanskar is located towards the south-east of Leh and is enclosed by the Himalayan, Zanskar ranges and mountains that border Zanskar and Kashmir valley. A brief proem as to how this trek became a reality- chadar trek rested in my radar range since last year but calculating the expenses and days off required, it always got postponed. But as my luck turned out, with a plentiful of time on my part to spare and good fortune mingling with venturesome mood, I decided to take up Chadar Frozen River Trek. It was a seven day trek in inhospitable conditions. A winter trek over a frozen river in Ladakh! But if the cold and the harshness of the terrain is neglected, Chadar is not a difficult trek otherwise. It is an almost even walk with a few ups and downs and one is rarely breathless. Zanskar Trek felt like stepping into arctic conditions. My tenacity got tested by day 2 itself. It was damn cold. At that tricky time my multi-layers of clothing really helped me a lot. it was something that I just cannot describe in words. All my team members- not a crowded one- were having a good time though, including me. Crawling, scrambling, skating on ice- was a regular part of our fun routine. Yummy foods and hot drinks plus gossips heating up till late nights are some of the memorable experiences. The whole trip was an exhilarating experience. Zanskar is one place in the world where inspite of so many hardships prevailing, people out there are truly happy. ‘” Tarlok...