Top winter treks in uttarakhand

In every corner of Uttarakhand, winter treks are an eye-catcher of snowfields. The hustle and bustle trails that cut across thick forests, rocky lands, mountain villages, and soft white meadow through which you let your footprint while you pass by are just a couple of the most beautiful sights.

  1. Nag Tibba Trek

In order to achieve this peace, Nag Tibba proves to be an attractive and the best way to go on a weekend. The first name of the trek was Nagg, which means “snake,” and the second was “Tibba,” which means “hill or peak” in the Garhwali dialect. In general, there are the villagers who come to pray for the cattle. The walk is one of Dehradun’s most popular hikes as the Tibba Nagg trek is about 9.915ft high. The walk is also referred to as the Serpent Trek and is unique because it can be done in winter, whereas most of the other treks are often closed because of their harsh conditions.

  1. Kedarkantha Trek

This winter tour of Kedarkantha is so popular that it could be called the Queen of Winter Treks. Winter snow with deep knees, stunning views from above, and beautiful and straightforward paths make it popular for walkers. The ‘easy endurance’ path crosses the Govind National Park’s dense pine forests. The views from up to 12,500 ft above sea level are worth climbing. The Kedarkantha trek will give you an unforgettable panorama of the cosmic sky, luxuriant wetlands, snow roads, charming villages, fragrant pine forests, scrubbing peaks, calm rivers, and some mythical whispers.

  1. Chopta Chandrashila Trek

Start taking an exciting trek to Chandrashila, the summit of Tungnath, which is well-known among high altitude enthusiasts as a popular tourist attraction. It is located at an elevation of about 4,000 metres above sea level. Find the breathtaking views of the peaks of Nandadevi, Trisul, Kedar Peak, as well as Chaukhamba that will incentivize you for your efforts. Explore the laid-back side of the Himalayas while walking through lush jungles and snow-capped mountains. Traverse the forests on snowy roads, exploring the rich flora and fauna until you arrive at your destination at an average elevation of 13,000 metres.

  1. Har Ki Dun Trek

Har ki Dun Trek is a reward for India’s famous and best budget Himalayan treks. For you to see the beauty of the mountains, it is the most visited walking path. It is one of the popular old hikes in the Great Himalayan region, a cage-shaped destination with stunning and hypocritical vistas. The snow-capped mountains will enchant you with their picturesque locations and phases.

  1. Kuari Pass Trek

The Kuari pass, located in the Garhwal Himalaya, is a 33-kilometer journey that includes stops in popular pilgrim cities such as Rishikesh, Devprayag, Joshimath, and Haridwar. It is well-known for providing views of Mount Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak. The trek’s 12,516-foot elevation also provides views of Dronagiri, Chitrakantha, Chaukhamba, as well as Tali top. The interlude of meadows, absolutely gorgeous rhododendron forests, and oak trees adds to the scenic beauty of your journeys. During the trek, you can also enjoy the hypocritical spectacular views of sacred rivers such as Bhagirathi as well as Alakananda, which add to the experience.

  1. Brahmatal Trek

The Brahmatal Trek, dedicated to Lord Brahma, is another gem of the Himalayas which trekking people worldwide don’t touch. It lies well in the Himalayas and is covered with snow blankets. The path enables you to see Oak and Rhododendron forest, centuries-old. You can see a lot of Roopkund Trek sites walking on meadows next to the Brahamatal Ridge. A view of the Garhwal Mountains from a clear day melts your heart altogether.

  1. Rupin Pass Trek

At 15250 feet, the pass is located in the Himachal Pradesh surreal mountains. The walk is surrounded by small hamlets between Dehradun, Uttrakhand, as well as Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, which provide an opportunity to learn about local culture. The Rupin Pass Trek is a thoroughly experiential walk to go, with cascades, ecofriendly glaciation pastures, snow-kissed overpasses, charming small villages, huge river systems, hanging hamlets, marvellous woodlands, hundreds of crystal clear waters, and a pleasurable crossing throughout.

  1. Roopkund Trek

Known as a ‘mystery lake’ on the lap of Trishul’s massif, one of the budget-friendly Himalayan treks. The trekkers are known for the remains of dead people, known as Skeleton Lake Trek, who will meet lying skeletons on the seabed or lake edge. Roopkund Trek is an ice ride that offers wonderful sites and beautiful meadows. The mountains’ brown and white layer gives the eyes of the climber great pleasure.


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