Brahmatal opens up to a massive perspective on the mass of Mt. Trishul (7,120 m/23,359 ft) looks like a pike. Reasons to love the Brahmatal journey is a direct result of the perspectives on the goliath mountains you find along the path. While journeys like Kedarkantha, Gorson Bugyal, Pangarchulla and so on give you extraordinary perspectives on the Garhwal mountains, nothing approaches what you see on the Brahmatal trail.
Don’t forget your camera because you won’t be able to stop yourself from capturing the view of Brahmaal lakes and the snow covered mountains. The best time to visit this place is in winter or spring when you can get an adequate amount of snow thus making it the most beautiful and memorable trek for you. Coming across the Brahmatal lake which remains frozen usually the rest of the year but the scene is mind-blowing.
Kuari Pass Trek
The journey is 33 kilometres long and takes place in the Garhwal Himalaya. The trek is well-known for providing views of Mount Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak and also to watch Dronagiri mountain which stand beside Mt Nanda Devi. The amazing view of the two giant mountains standing side by side totally snow laden is a majestic view and blessing to the eyes.
Other mountains like Neelkanth, Chaukhamba, haathi ghoda etc will also be present to serve in this majestic view.
The pass is located at an elevation of 3876 metres. The Kuari pass trek takes you through a beautiful Rhododendron, deodar and oak forest that is blanketed in snow. The Kuari Pass trip is a spectacular and interesting trek. On this track, you’ll be travelling through a lovely canopy of trees. It consists of a series of woodlands and meadows.
Gidara Bugyal Trek
Have you ever been to Dayara Bugyal? If yes, then walking 20 km more you get to Giadara Bugyal. Yes you can say that they are brothers situated side by side with each other. The vast majority of the path goes through lavish green high height glade blasting with blossoms by traveling on a steadily rising yet simple path.
Gidara Bugyal journey is uncommon on the grounds that it has a twofold edge walk! Here, above 13,200ft., the world is totally unique.Mists hurry into the glades, similarly as you are on the edge to Gidara Top. I don’t think you get to encounter this on some other edge stroll in our country. The beauty which you come across while trekking Gidara Bugyal is just unmatched. The lush green meadows and the splendid alpine mountains is something you would never be over off.
Tarsar Marsar Trek
The journey involves investigating two high height elevated lakes, that is, Tarsar and Marsar lakes arranged at an elevation of 12500 ft. Other than this, the path is overflowed with green knolls, unblemished streams and charming mountains and valleys in Dachigam National Park. Traveling along the lakes with clear blue sky allows an astounding perspective and the opportunity to camp close to the emerald blue pool of Tarsar.
A famous alpine lake trek which can be called as a substitute to the Kashmir great lakes trek. This trek will take you to different lakes like Tarsar, Marsar and Sundarsar. Unlike the Kashmir great lakes trek you can camp between these lakes, have a bonfire night and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the emerald blue coloured Tarsar lake. Another thing which adds to the beauty of this lake is that it is so clean and crystal clear that the base of the lake can be clearly seen.
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Sandakphu Phalut Trek
The Sandakphu Phalut journey is one of a handful of the trips from where you can see 4 out of 5 of the tallest mountains on the planet – Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Makalu and Mt Kanchenjunga. Sandakphu is known as the tallest peak in West Bengal and is a famous trek in that state. Somewhat located at the border of West Bengal and Nepal, it is the highest elevation in the Singalila Ridge in the Darjeeling district. Among every Himalayan journey, this view is what the Sandakphu journey stands apart for. Alongside this, you likewise see the Kanchenjunga range with other Himalayan mountains, broadly known as the Sleeping Buddha – a picture that will remain with you long into the future.
The uniqueness of the sceneries and the Himalayas which you can witness through this trek is nowhere to be seen.
The best time for this trek is after monsoons, that is October – November during autumn season as the air is cool and fresh and the beauty bloomed during the rains is seen post monsoon. If you want to experience the snow laded trek then winter is the time for you to go. Path blanketed in snow and walking through it just makes you feel like a dream. Pure definition of beauty, peace and unique scenarios; this trek is surely in the top of the Bucket list.