1. Chopta Chandrashila Trek:
Chopta, declared the “Mini Switzerland” of the Garhwal Himalayas is a little town and the Chandrashila which is actually interpreted as “Moon Rock” together achieves an elevation of 4000 meters above ocean level at the summit of Chandrashila. The trek which starts at Okhimath goes through the Deoria tal, achieves Chopta at an elevation of 2900 meters, at that point to Tungnath lastly the summit of Chandrashila and offers fantastic perspective of the Himalayas. From Chandrashila, the pinnacles of Chaukambha, Kedarnath, Nanda Devi and Trisul can be seen. Tungnath is additionally well known for lodging the most noteworthy sanctuary of Lord Shiva.
2. Dodital Trek:
Dodital Lake is a delightful lake arranged in Uttarkashi District of Uttarakhand India. It is renowned characteristic magnificence and great environment. The lake is arranged approx 3000 meters above ocean level and is encompassed by enormous Oak woods, Pine, and Rhododendron backwoods. The Dodital trek gives wonderful perspectives of the forceful Bandarpunch mountain ranges. It is additionally a fowl watchers heaven. The long stretch of July and August amid the storm is the perfect time to trek and seeing the sprouting blossoms make it really a paradise on earth. Dodital in Uttarakhand is a piece of Garhwal tourism, and the neighborhood dialects talked are Gadhwali and Hindi. The best time to visit Dodital would be from July and February. The Dodital trek is a direct review trek and an aggregate separation of approx 40 km is secured amid the trek.
3. Roopkund Trek:
This pleasant 6 day trek takes one to the “spooky” pool of Roopkund (4450m/14600ft) which is known for the human skeletons that can be found in the lake. Nearby legend has it that the lake contains the old stays of a few hundred individuals. Asides from the riddle encompassing the lake it’s a lovely trek. The trail begins in the thick oak and rhododendrons woodlands before rising above treeline where trekkers can get eminent perspectives of the goliath pinnacles of Trishul, Nanda Ghunti and Badrinath.
4. Har ki Dun Trek:
Evaluated as a direct trek, the Har Ki Dun trek takes after an eight day trek to an elevation of 3566 meters encased with shining snow pinnacles and virgin green woodlands. A veritable shelter for nature darlings and globe-trotters alike, the valley is rich in various widely varied vegetation assortments. It is additionally accepted to be the place from where the Pandavas achieved paradise. The uncommon trees of Bhojpatra and Brahmakamal are arranged on course and have Jaundar and Swargarohini ice sheets toward the Southeast and the Bandar-Punch Mountain toward the west.
5. Auden Col Trek:
It is one of the toughest treks in the region and consists of arduous trekking for 18 days. Situated at an altitude of 5450 meters, the trek begins from Gangotri and encompasses pine and birch trees along the way to the Nala Camp and then to the Rudra Gaira base, the Gangotri base camp and then the climb up to Auden Col base camp. The trek reaches the Khatling glacier and descend after the Masar and Vasuki tal and finally ends at Kedarnath.