It is a famous trekking region and well renowned for its nature beauty. It is one of the awesome places for adventurous buffs as it offers abundance of adventures and variety of serene and scenic environments which are rich in flora and fauna. It is an incredible holiday destination to enjoy the magnificent Himalayas which is rejuvenating and amusing each and every visitors of Garhwal. The entire region is considered holy and expressed as ‘Dev Boomi’ which means ‘The Abode of God’. It also shares the credit with River Ganga and Yamuna as it is the originating source for both the rivers. It is a fantastic place of choice for river rafting, trekking, skiing and mountaineering. It is a heaven for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Each and every corner of this Garhwal region is blessed with swift rivers, imposing waterfalls, eye feasting landscapes, steep peaks and lush greenery and makes the place as picture perfect.
Activities to do
Garhwal trekking is one of the most challenging treks. There are many step and lofty peaks which are extremely dangerous. Trekking in the snow-clad mountains is never missed by trekkers. Challenging undulated landscapes, abundance of nature beauty and unexplored trekking trails are the real memorable events in Garhwal. Some famous peaks are Banderpunch, Bhagirathi, Kamet, Dunagiri, Trishul, Shivling, Neelkanth and Nanda Devi which are considered best trekking trails in India.
How to reach Garhwal
Dehradun domestic airport is the nearest airport.
Rishikesh railhead is the closest one which is around 250 km from Garhwal.
It is fairly connected to Uttarakashi, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Gangotri by good numbers of buses.
N summer 25 – 38 C and in winter 1 – 15 C and best visited throughout the year.