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Garhwal

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Garhwal

Pauri Garhwal:

Pauri Garhwal is the most fascinating region of Garhwal attracting a large number of tourists. Extending from the foothills of the Tarai to an altitude of over 3000 Meters, Pauri Garhwal remains hidden beneath the snow for nearly six months in a year. The Pauri Garhwal district is encircled on three sides with the districts of Almora, Haridwar, Nainital, Dehradun and Chamoli. Pauri Garhwal is a hub for adventure junkies especially trekkers with regular excursions available both the new novice as well as experienced trekking enthusiasts. The region also offers mind blowing view of the mighty Himalayan peaks making it one of nature's most blessed regions in the world.

 

Tehri Garhwal:

Tehri Garwal region is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Garhwal. Home to the Tehri Dam, one of the world's largest hydroelectric projects harnessing waters of two mighty rivers; Tehri Garhwal houses the new planned city of New Tehri. The ruins of the Old Tehri city lay submerged underwater today and the new town offers immense tourist attraction and excursion opportunities.

 

Char Dham Yatra:

Garhwal region holds a great significance for the religious tourists as the region is the starting point for the char dham or four shrine pilgrimage for the Hindus. The excursion for Char Dham Yatra includes the four most revered and holy destinations of Garhwal Himalayas, namely, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath. The Char Dham Yatra must be initiated from left to right or west to east, beginning from Yamunotri, Gangotri, moving to Kedarnath finally ending in Badrinath.

 

Chamoli:

The hilly district of Chamoli is a cultural hotbed of Garhwal region attracting a large number of tourists. Famous for its snow capped peaks and serene mountain ranges; Chamoli is a nature lover's paradise attracting honeymooners and adventure lovers alike. Chamoli is also a religious center of Garhwal region and is the base for starting out on various religious pilgrimage excusrions including Panch Kedar and Badrinath.

 

Gaumukh:

Gaumukh also known as Gomukh is a popular religious attraction in Garhwal region. Resembling the face of a cow, Gaumukh is the culmination point of the Gangotri glacier and the origin of the Bhagirathi River, one of the main tributaries of the holy Ganges River.

 

Auli:

Located in the cradle of snow-capped mountains, Auli is a skier's delight. Located in the embrace of snow-capped mountains, Auli is one of the very few places in India where skiing is a major sporting attraction. The pungent cold winds, vast snow-covered background, the sylvan mountains, all add up to craft Auli as a perfect holiday destination for the adventure lovers.

 

Valley Of Flowers:

The Valley of Flowers is a large valley, full of colorful flowers, some of which are rare species making it one of the most popular excursions in Garhwal. Discovered in 1931 by a British mountaineer, Valley of Flowers is said to be formed when gods showered their blessings through flowers and is one of the tourist highpoint of Garhwal and Uttrakhand.