Uttarakhand has been known for its spell bounded the beautiful Himalayas, soothing morning sun rays and peaceful environment. Despite dangerous mountains and rough roads, you fall in love with this place and therefore it makes it even more attractive.
But before you start browsing about prominent places such as Mussorie or Nainital, we have compiled a list of places which are not known to anyone. And believe us, it will force you to pack your travel bags.
Known for its magnificent beauty and stunning views of the Himalayas, Chopta is also known as ‘Mini Switzerland’. It is located at an altitude of 2700 mts, in the Rudraprayag District of Uttarakhand. Not only surrounded by dense forest but also offers a majestic view of Snow clad Himalayan ranges and lush green meadows.
Popularly known as ‘Little Kashmir’, it is located at an altitude of 1,650 mts and this place will give you a magnificient view of the snow capped mountains of Nanda Devi, Panchachuli and Appi of Nepal from Chandak Hill at the height of 2000 mts. It is not only a tourist attraction for its enchanting snow capped hill views but also has a historical importance. An 18th century Pithoragarh fort makes it a must-visit place.
A perfect place for all the trek freaks as the dangerous and tricky trekking trails can make anybody’s adventurous trip more exciting and enthralling. It is located at a height of 8,000 feet from the sea level, in Chamoli district. The amazing and pleasing sites like the Aali alpine meadow, Roopkund frozen lake, Bedni meadow and the Homkund trek makes it more worth visiting place
After announcing Dronagiri trek as the trek of the year by the state tourism department earlier this year, this palce has become favourite spot for all the adventure lovers. This place is located at 22,000 feet from the sea level in the Garhwal hills.
Kausani is one of the most spellbinding hill stations in Uttarakhand, having embellished with all the right ingredients including lush green valley, verdant pine tree forests, meandering creeks, tranquillity and majestic Himalayan peaks.
So, what are you waiting? Go and pack your bags to enjoy these beautiful places.