Uttarakhand, reckoned as the “Land of the Gods” is positioned to the west of Nepal and is the topographic core of the greater Himalayas. It beholds the Garhwal Himalayas in its lap and is the abode to Nanda Devi which is the second tallest peak in India. It also upholds the Gangotri Glacier from where the holy Ganga River originates. Uttarakhand is an empyrean for the mountain aficionados, nature as well as adventure fanatics. The rugged splendor of these sky-high mountains charms trekkers and globetrotters from everywhere. Uttarakhand is a breathtaking fusion of rich lofty snow-capped peaks and dreamy vistas.

Garhwal is elevated in the North West fraction of the Himalayas, is an enthralling expanse that tenders all sorts of exciting trekking opportunities to the adventure-bugs, ranging from effortless to tough. The furrowed elegance of these mountains along with alpine meadows, glacier basins, moraine ridges, and pine forests is soothing to the sore eyes of city dwellers. There are countless trekking trails in Uttarakhand that take you to through various hamlets, temples, lakes, glaciers, and waterfalls. Roopkund, Valley of flowers, Kedarkantha, Pindari Glacier and Gomukh Tapovan are some of the most popular treks in this region.  Throughout the year, trekkers flock to the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand to dwell in the tranquillity of its divine mountains.