Best known as the ‘Land of the Gods’, Uttarakhand prefecture is an amazing combination of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. Many holiday makers and adventure enthusiasts flocked to the province in search of the best hiking trails in Uttarakhand.
In Uttarakhand, the beautiful gardens of Rhododendron; cold morning and evening; echoing of the temple bells; fresh air; and that Maggi scent prepared somewhere attracts a happy year of travel 2022, too.Here are the list some of the best treks to do in uttrakhand in 2022 which offers a great opportunity to enjoy the best trekking experience.
Best known as the ‘Skeleton lake’, Roopkund Lake is best known for its mysterious affiliates. It lies at an altitude of 14638 meters, lies at an altitude of 14638 meters, and the lake and its surroundings are sprinkled with thousands of human bones and bones.
They are said to be the remains of a group of travelers who were caught in a natural disaster in the 14th century. The fact that this is one of the most exciting summer trips to Uttarakhand that goes through beautiful scenery and can be done by beginners. This makes Roopkund trek one of the most popular hiking trails in Uttarakhand in May and June.
The lake is located on the way to visit the Inanda Devi Temple known for its challenging landscapes and grasslands of Bedni Bugyal and amazing snow-capped peaks. The trek to Lake Roopkund takes about seven and nine days as travelers cross religious sites, lush forests, flowing streams, clear snow, and the peaks of Bedni Bugyal and Trishul.
The journey starts at Lohajung, follows the hill, reaches Ran ki Dhar, then Bhaguwagasa and then Roopkund. Human bones are visible at the bottom of the lake when the ice melts.
Pindari Glacier Summer Trek
Enclosed with a sandwich between Nanda Devi Peak and Nanda Kot Peak, the Pindari Glacier Trek is one of the most famous hiking trails in Uttarakhand in the summer, lying in the Kumaon Himalayas above. Known as the ‘Kumaon Soul’ locals, the locals boast of beautiful glaciers, flowing rivers, colorful flowers, flowing waterfalls, dense forests, and amazing natural beauty.
A site to visit for aspiring photographers, nature lovers and adventure lovers, this snow trip takes you to unknown places and ‘Dev Bhoomi’ places known for connecting fairy tales. Introduce solid wooden bridges where you can keep your eyes on the green space while enjoying your summer vacation in Uttarakhand.
Near one of India’s most famous landmarks – Kafni Glacier, this ice rink is popular among professionals and hikers. Don’t forget to interact with the local people who are warm and friendly.
Chopta- Chandrashila Winter Trek
This route is one of the most popular hiking trails in Uttarakhand in the winter. Known as the ‘Mini Switzerland’ the Chopta town of Garhwal Himalayas and the ‘Rock of the Moon’ or Chandrashila, together they reach an altitude of 4,000 meters at the top of Chandrashila.
The Chopta trek starts at Ukhimath, passes through Deoria Tal, and ends at Chopta (2900 meters above sea level). Continue to the famous village of Uttarakhand- Tungnath which is an important base for the tour of Chopta Chandrashila. Finally come to the Chandrashila conference to enjoy a place of nature and peace.
From the top, you can enjoy views of various peaks such as Trishul peak, Chaukhamba peak, Nanda Devi peak, Bandarpunch peak and Kedarnath peak. In Tungnath, do not forget to visit the Tungnath temple – the highest temple of Lord Shiva (3470 m), located on a short but arduous trek. Trekkers can take this trip at any time of the year except December and January when the region is covered with heavy snow.
The trip will have a lot of great things like a variety of animals, avifauna and plants, as well as tall deodar trees, pine and rhododendrons. The natural environment can be beautiful and refreshing. You can also enjoy camping on Devariyatal Lake.
Panch Kedar Trek
Covering 5 sites of King Shiva in the picturesque Kedar valley, the Panch Kedar tour offers a memorable experience, far from the hustle and bustle of city life. Ready to plan a holiday in Uttarakhand, the tour attracts amateurs and professional trekking enthusiasts. The trail is an amazing blend of tranquility and a beautiful scenic attraction.
The journey starts from Kalpeshwar, famous for its cave temple where the interwoven hairs of King Shiva appeared. Continue looking at Rudranath, known as the place where the head of the Lord came from.
Next up is the village of Tungnath, and the center of the tour. It has the Tungnath Temple – the highest Shiva Temple in the world where his arms came from. Next up is Madhya Maheshwar, the site of the Lord’s ship. The journey to Kedarin ended when Jehovah appeared to be in the form of a bull.
The Dodital-Dayara Bugyal trek is one of the most amazing hiking trails in Uttarakhand where one can also enjoy skiing in the winter. The trail passes through the stunning Barsu and Barnala Bugyal, after which it rises above the Barnala ridge where you enjoy the view of Barnala Lake.
Now, climb up into the dense jungle, and take it to the Dayara region. Continue on the road to Nimdhar, complete it, on the beautiful Dodital lake, covered with thick pine, oak and Deodar forests. A spectacular view of the Himalayan mountains from one of India’s best hiking trails awaits you.
Dodital Lake is known as the birthplace of King Ganesha. Serve Jehovah at the temple here dedicated to him. The tour can start from Uttarkashi, Hanuman Chatti or Kalyani. In the clear waters of the lake, see the reflections of the peaks of Chaukhambha and Neelkanth.
Offering a visit to some of the most famous Hindu religious sites and a variety of mammals, the Kalindikhal Pass Trek is known as one of the most famous tours in the Garhwal region of the Himalayas. And one of the most difficult hikes in the Himalayas, it is perfect for hiking travelers.
The high altitude journey starts from Gangotri and ends at Badrinath where you reach Kalindikhal. Stones, screeze, snow and ice make the journey challenging. During the trip, there are stops at Tapovan (4250 m), Nandanvan (4500 m), Vasuki Tal (5300 m), Kalindi Base (5590 m), Kalindikhal (5948 m), Arwa Tal (3980 m), and Gashtoli (3600 m) ).
The highlight of this route is that it gives you the opportunity to visit part of the Garhwal region, from the Bhagirathi River valley to the Alaknanda River valley.
Nanda Devi Trek
Accompanied by 6 shepherds, a British tour team began exploring the wildlife landscape at Nanda Devi Sanctuary, in 1934. This was followed by several visits that eventually damaged the area.
Walking in the highlands is challenging but the panorama you finally enjoy is incomparable. The attractive mountain species of the Brown Bear, Serow, Himalayan Thar and Bharal can be seen here. Also notable is the view of 12 peaks including Inanda Kot, Changaband, Trishul and Dunagiri. Inanda Devi is considered one of the best hiking destinations in India and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rupin Pass Trek
Rupin pass is located 15, 250 feet above sea level. Starting at Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ending at Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. The trek is located near the Rupin River and carries you through icy slopes, rocks, glaciers, wooden bridges, picturesque villages, flowing rivers, lush meadows, and evergreen forests.
There are other hiking trails. In addition to the few natural wonders, this trek also offers camping opportunities in the lush jungle. Although the level of difficulty is moderate in terms of snow size, the route can be challenging. The Kinner Kailash distance view is also amazing.
Har Ki Dun Trek
Located at an altitude of 3566 meters in the Western Ganges of the Garhwal Himalayas, the Hanging Valley of Gods, also known as Har ki Doon, is a moderate trek, providing a wonderful trekker experience. The steep valley is covered with glittering peaks and dense jungles. Make your Uttarakhand Summer Holidays even more enjoyable by revealing the secrets of the villagers who still practice polygamy and worship Duryodhana, a Kaurawa brother of Mahabharata, as their god.
Feeding on their immense peace and natural beauty, the journey is packed with countless species of plants and animals. This is also said to be the place where the Pandavas’ brothers went to heaven. The trail also has the rare Bhojpatra and Brahmakamal tree species as well as the Jaundar glacier and the Swargarohini glacier. Not clicking on photos can be a crime.
Nag Tibba Trek
Nagtibba or ‘Snake Mountain’, located in a small Himalayan area is a great experience for those looking for a trip. The locals believe that this list is the abode of the Nag Devta, whom they worship as gods. The trip is also known for providing a memorable view of sunrise and sunset. Enjoy views of Kedarnath peak, Bandarpoonch peak, Changbang peak and Gangotri peaks.
There are four lanes to the summit of Nag Tibba, the route of the town of Pantwari is the most famous. Trekkers need to be really careful when traveling in the region. Close the trail during the day to avoid contact with bears. Travel includes camping.