Trekking in snow means walking through the thick trails of snow and paths blanketed with snow which is just not less than walking in a wonderland. This is a dream of many trekkers to have such a thrilling and amazing adventure. They are drawing in a wide range of travelers and daredevils for long and short journeys to undertake the heavenly excellence of the period.
Going through the old forests, crossing the frozen streams and absorbing the most wonderful striking perspectives on the snow paradise are only the essential things presented by the snow journey in India.
Here is a list of some of these amazing wonderlands giving you the best experience of snow and snow covered mountains.
A 33 km long stretch but also one of the most beautiful stretches of your life; Kuari Pass provides you an extravagant experience of a snow trek. It brings you the best view of the snow capped mountains and himalayan meadows.
If at all you are thinking that maybe it is a snow trek it would be difficult for you to climb, especially those who do not have any practical experience, then I must say even beginners can start with this amazing snow journey. If you are fit and well prepared then nothing can stop you from this beautiful experience.
The really invigorating piece of the journey is while strolling through the rich Himalayan glades, called ‘Bugyals’ in the nearby tongue. The excellence and serenity of a Himalayan glade is an encounter nobody should pass up. The most amazing is the Gorson Bugyal, consisting of tremendous green fields. On this journey you will also visit Auli, which is renowned for its delightful skiing inclines in the colder time of year kuari elapse.
Situated a ways off of 1.5 kilometers from Tungnath is Chandrashila, a highest point ascending to north of 4,000 meters. Chopta is a pristine normal objective lying in the lap of the Uttarakhand Himalayas and offers perspectives on the monumental Himalayan reach including Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba. Snow trip to Chopta Tungnath Chandrashila offers beguiling perspectives on many pinnacles like Nanda Devi, Trishul, Chaukhamba and Kedar.
This is the most ideal way to begin the snow traveling experiences and prepare for future difficulties. On this journey you will get to see attractions like Deoria Taal, Beautiful valley of Chopta covered under the snow etc. Tungnath temple situated at the highest point of Chopta is the highest Shiva temple in the world which makes it more special to visit this place.
Har Ki Dun is a Valley situated at the height of about 3566 m and located in the center of Govind Ballabh Pant National Park. The speciality of his place is that it will provide you the most beautiful scenes of the snow capped alpine meadows and mountains of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand. It takes you through the absolute most appealing elevated meadows and pine forests which is a blessing to the eyes.
During winters the snow-shrouded trails look entrancing as the sun tries to peep behind through the mists. Perhaps the most seasoned trip in the Himalayas, known as the ‘Valley of Gods’, some accept as it’s a similar course taken by the Pandavas in the Mahabharata on their climb to heaven according to the Hindu mythology. Swargarohini-the snow top, the vision of which rules this journey bears a tradition of the legendary flight of stairs to heaven. Thus this place can also be called the land of heaven.
Brahmatal Trek lies inside the Himalayas of Uttarakhand at an elevation of 3734 Meters and it is an ideal chance to experience the best scenes if executed in January and February on the hour of tallness winters. Brahmatal journey moves to 12,250 feet and we rate it as moderate. A moderate rating alludes to hardly longer journeying days with a couple of steep trips in the middle.
Thus, a Brahmatal journey is a little more troublesome than the simple moderate trips like Kedarkantha and Dayara Bugyal. But to be honest all these hardships will seem like nothing once you reach your destination.
It is wonderfully situated in the midst of the Himalayas and covered with covers of snow. The path permits you to see the extremely old woodland of Oak and Rhododendron. Strolling in the meadows other than Brahmatal Ridge you can see many views of Roopkund Trek. The scene at the Garhwal Mountains somewhere out there on a beautiful morning will surely make your day. Doesn’t this crave you to go on this amazing trip?