Uttrakhand Trek – Get entertained by Adventurous Activities

Trekking in India is a part of adventure travel, It involves visits to remote areas, lodging in tents and minimal accommodation. It is done for adventure and expedition. Famous trekking places in India are Ladakh, Zanskar valley, Nubra valley, Trekking of Indian Himalaya, Uttarakhand etc.


Things to carry while Trekking:

Thermal wear

Trek pants, T-Shirts


Jacket-2, Gloves, Raincoat



Personal Medicare kit

UV sunglasses, Balaclava-2                  


Original ID card                                                          

 Waterproof Shoes, socks, caps & torch

  1. Chamoli, Uttarakhand

The biggest region of Uttarakhand, Chamoli is surrounded by the Tibet province towards north, Pithoragarh and Bageshwar on the east, Almora is towards south, Pauri Garhwal is towards southwest, Rudraprayag towards west, and Uttarkashi towards northwest. Gopeshwar is an administrative headquarters in Chamoli. Chamoli is place where ‘Chipko Movement’ took birth. The District is very famous for pilgrimages.

Trekking visits in Chamoli are known to be the best in the province of Uttarakhand. On a normal, the visit for trek last from four days to around ten days. You will cover the absolute most intriguing mountain passes and testing mountain territories.


Altitude: 960 mtrs.
Population: 3, 69,198 (2001 census)
Climate : Cold in winter, Pleasant in summer.
Language: Garhwali, Hindi and English
Clothing: summer- Cotton or light Woollen
Clothing: Winter- Heavy Woollen
Season: Round the year

2. Chopta Thunganath Trek –

This is the challenging & exciting trails that one can tread in Uttarakhand. The route exceeds the 1000-year old Shiva Temple which is highlights this circuit in Chopta Tungnath Trek.8km away from Chopta, Chandrashila peak is located which is sharp enough to climb it takes around 5 hours to reach. There is a unique Tungnath Temple situated at 12000 feet height in Tungnath range. This temple is of Lord Shiva and it is world’s highest temple.


Location: Garhwal Himalayas, Uttarakhand
Duration: 05 Days
Maximum Altitude: Chandrashilla Peak (4000m)
Grade: Moderate+
Season: Round The Year
Accomodation: Deluxe Room Or Standard Tent
Group Size: Maximum Of 12 People In A Group

3. Roopkund Trek

Roopkund stays solidified for practically all the season. The skeletal remaining parts around Roopkund are accepted to be 500-600 years of age. While venturing out to Roopkund you get an opportunity to travel across towns rich in pahari culture. The adrenaline siphoning journey to Roopkund begins from Lohajung, a little pass situated at 16,499 feet above ocean level in the Garhwal Himalayas. This shallow lake has a profundity of around 2 meters and is the most mainstream lake in the whole Uttarakhand. The Roopkund trekking expedition, which takes about eight days and seven nights, takes you all the way to the glacial Roopkund Lake.


Region :- Uttarakhand
Duration :- 8 Days
Grade :- Moderate To Difficult
Max Altitude :- 15,696 Ft.
Approx Trekking Km :- 53 Kms

4. Kedarkantha Trek

The idea of covering more than 18 km in only 4-5 days, picking up an elevation of more than 6000 feet may appear to be unforgiving however the dazzling 360-degree perspectives on different praised mountain tops in Kedarkantha absolutely makes it worth the while. Start from the town Sankri in Uttarakhand and when you arrive at the Kedarkantha top, you will feel as though you’ve contacted the sky!


Maximum Altitude: 12,500 feet

Trek Duration: 5 days

Best Season: December-April

Difficulty Level: Easy

5. Brahmatal Trek

This is a standout amongst other winter journey in the Himalayas, situated inverse to the renowned Roopkund Trek. A heaven for snow fans, the matchless perspectives on the Himalayan reaches should be your main motivation to go on this journey. The path of this trip is completely canvassed in day off is a heaven for snow darlings. A portion of the conspicuous seven thousanders noticeable are Trishul, Nandaghunti, Chowkhamba, Nilkanth, Kamet, Hathi, and Ghoda tops. The vast majority of the path of Roopkund journey can likewise be seen from this trip, including perspectives on Ali Bugyal, Bedni Bugyal and Junargali. 


Maximum Altitude: 12,500 feet

Trek Duration: 10-14 days

Best Season: December to February

Difficulty Level: Easy