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Garwal Tour

Garhwal has been described as "the most beautiful land in the mountains of the Asian sub - continent" by Dr. T. Longstaff, world renowned mountaineer, naturalist and trekker. Apart from the four holy shrines of the Hindus- Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri, Garhwal has much more to offer. The fresh virginity of the unspoiled natural beauty is Garhwal.The lush forest cover is abundant in wildlife, and is a veritable paradise for bird-watchers and nature lo vers. For example, the trek starts at Netwar, passes through Osla, and ends at Har-ki-Doon. The trek from Netwar to Osla, is through dense forests of chestnuts, walnuts, willows and chinars. The trek from Osla to Har-ki-Doon, is through terraced mountain fields, sylvan meadowsand conifer forests. Pithoragarh, the easternmost hill district of Uttar Pradesh, bordering Nepal in the east and Tibet in the norith, is often called 'miniature Kasmir'. Its environs are known for the abundant natural beauty and many fine temple that are important pilgrimage points and it is the base for many exciting treks eg. Pithorgarh-Parwati Lake -Chota Kailash-Sinla Pass Trek.

Panch Kedar Trek

Panch Kedars are the five different forms of the Hindu God Shivas, and are known as Kedarnath; Madmaheshwar ; Tungnath ; Rudranath. The mountainscape from each temple is fascinating, the valley full of rich fauna & fiora and the people hospitale.

Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Trek

Surrounded by the river Pushpavati and small streams, at an elevation ranging between 3000 to 4000 metres, the Valley is nearly l0 kms in length and 2 kms in width . the trek starts from govindghat(19 kms.), on the way to Badrinath, having two major gradients, one initially from alaknanda suspension bridge of Govindghat to Pulana villages for 3 kms and the other from Bhundar to Ghangharia.

Gangotri Kedarnath Trek

This trek is along the old pilgrim route from gangotri to kedarnath. From Gangotri one has to come down to Mala by motor . The actual ltrek starts from Mala, after crossing the river Bhagirathi. The trek is on level upto Sauri-ki-gad and from this point the climb to Belak is gradual. From Budha Kedar to Panwali, it is an uphill climb through trreaced fields and picturesque villages. The enchanting view of the Garhwal Himalaya is very refreshing and compensates the efforts of rgular ascend and descend.

Kalindikhal Trek

for the most adventurous trekkers, with fundamental knowledge of the mountains, this trek provides a rare experience . The trek takes on from Nandanvan to Vasuki tal after due acclimatization. There is a gradual ascent of kms, thereafter, the trek negotiates Kharapathar at a height of m before camping at Kalindi base (5590m.).

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