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Atri Muni-Tunganath-Deoria Taal (5N/6D) :
The Atri Muni cave is one of the most spellbinding cave experiences complete with a waterfall. The Tungnath Temple, situated on Tungnath at an altitude of 3,680 meters, is the highest Shiva shrine among the Panch kedars. Deoria Tal is a beautiful lake located at an altitude of 7,300 ft. It is n excellent spot for bird watching. Read more..

Valley of Flowers (5N/6D) :
Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World-Heritage site, renowned for its meadows of vivid wild flowers and outstanding natural beauty. The air is pure and charged with floral smells.This richly diverse area is also home to the endangered Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, brown bear and blue sheep. The park stretches over an expanse of 87.50 km and has.... Read more..

Bedni Bugyal-Roopkund (6N/7D) :
Situated at a height of 5029 mts., in the lap of the Trishul mastiff, the Roopkund lake is surrounded by glaciers and snow-clad peaks. The trek passes through lush green grassy meadows and coniferous forests and winds around the Pindar river. One can find lots of 'Bramhakamal' near Bhawabasa. Read more..

Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve (7N/8D) :
Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is India's first UNESCO World Heritage site. It is the second highest mountain in India; and the highest entirely within the country. It is part of the Garhwal Himalayas and is located between the Rishiganga valley on the west and Goriganga in the east. The NDBR has a unique fauna like the Snow Leopard, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, Monal &... Read more..

Kuari Pass (7N/8D) :
Kuari Pass Also known as the Lord Curzon trail (4652mts.)The main attraction of it is the imposing view of the easternpeaks of Garhwal Himalayas, the twin peaks of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Dunagiri, Trishul, Hathi Ghodi Parvat, and Nilkanth peaks. The trek passes rare Himalayan flora and fauna which are found in plenty on this trail. Read more..

Nandikund-Bansinarayan Nandikund-Bansinarayan (12N/13D) :
Nandikund-Bansinarayan Nandikund-Bansinarayan is a stunning trek in the Chamoli distt..Nandikund means, Lord Shiva's lake. Nandi is the bull that belongs to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva and used to drink water from this lake. Nandikund is a hundred meters long and is thirty meters wide. The water is very cold, even during the summer, and crystal clear - you can see the reflection of Chaukhamba... Read more..

Panch Kedar (13N/14D) :
In a legendary struggle stated in the Mahabharata, different parts of Lord Shiva's body appeared at various places in Kedarnath. With the forelegs showing up at Pashupatinathin Nepal, the rump of the bull at Kedarnath, the torso including the navel at Madhmaheshwar, the Arms at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, and the matted hair of Shiva at Kalpeshwar. Read more..