It is a place for adventure buffs. It is a perfect place for skiing and paragliding because of the glittering slopes and icy environment. Tourists rush here to enjoy the spellbinding views of the snow wrapped mountains. It is the best hill resort in the Himalayan range in the eighth century. Apple orchards, oaks and deodars cover the place. It is slightly two thousand five hundred meters above sea level. It is the home of Nanda Devi, Mana Parvat and Kamat Kamet ranges. There are more religious institutions in this place. People say that Shankracharya visited this place. There are numerous ski resorts housed in Auli amidst the Himalayan range.
It is the last Indian settlement on the Tibet road. The state government establish this place as a Tourism Village. It is famous for the Hindu myth Mahabharat Soothing roars of the Saraswati river covers the site. The temperature is low in Mana. Locals make woollen handlooms and the related items so that it is one of the big industrial city. The location is slightly away from Badrinath and one of the most important Hindu pilgrimages in the country. It has a separate story in the great epic. The old caves demonstrate their role in myths.
It is a small town in the Chamoli district. It is famous for its scenic beauty and houses ancient Hindu temples. According to history, the city got the name after Lord Krishna. It exposes a pleasant climate throughout the year. Tourist can enjoy the astonishing views of the Garhwal Himalayas from here. Here is the absolute gateway for the nearby towns. The site exhibits a picturesque view of the mountains, and ancient temples have a serene ambience. Shiva, Anusuya Devi, Chandika Devi and Gopinath temple are other temples in the place. Devotees visit every year to offer prayers for the temple. The dense vegetation of the pine and deodar covers the village.
Valley of Flowers
It is three hundred kilometres far away from Rishikesh. It is a world heritage site that houses wild, untamed blooms amidst the white peaks. Mountianeer Frank S Smith found this place in 1931 at the Himalayan ranges, Zanskar, Western and Eastern Himalayas. He declared it as a world heritage site. It constitutes exotic varieties of medicinal herbs. People believe that Hanuman gave the spice Sanjivani to Lakshmana from these mountains. This site holds the astonishing Himalayan waterfalls, streams and paddock and emerges the natural beauty here.
It is among the famous Panch Kedras in Uttarakhand. It houses the ancient Kalpeshwar temple. The aura in the temple attracts you to arrive here. Here is the awful experience of tourist to see the peaks of the Himalayas. The temple has Lord shive in one of his five forms. The gushing cold air carries the hints of spirituality, and devotion sweeps your face. All the religious myths cover the temple, and this is the heart of the town. It offers a majestic view of Himalayan peaks.
Besides everything, Vasundhara waterfalls, Brahmatal, Nandprayag, Rudranath and Upper Alaknanda are the best for ice trekking and Rafting.