Brahmatal Trek

6D – 5N | Rishikesh to Rishikesh

₹ 7500 ₹ 10,500

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↬ Description

Brahmatal journey (pronounce “Brahma Tal”) is one of the most beautiful treks in the world, and there are comparable paths in the Himalayas, but at a much greater altitude. The Brahma Tal trip is a simple winter hike that has about everything you might want from a winter hiking location. The Brahmatal walk is quickly gaining popularity because to its breathtaking scenery. This walk has a lot going for it, including seemingly endless ridge lines, expansive and pleasant alpine meadows/Bugyal, high altitude lakes, and vistas of beautiful peaks. You’ll want to put the Brahmatal winter trek on your itinerary for more than just the stunning landscapes you’ll see. Brahmatal is a medium-sized lake hidden behind the ridge (coordinates: 30.176878°E, 79.589449°N), and it can be found only by descending from the peak. Lord Brahma, according to myth, did some soul-searching here beside the lake. Bekhal Tal, the second lake on the route, is similarly concealed by the surrounding woodland. Many of you may easily miss it, therefore your guide will likely point it out to you. Both lakes are about the size of a standard one, given that they are so far up. From the route’s highest points, you have a breathtaking view of the High Himalayan ranges stretching from east to west. The peaks of Mrigthuni, Devtoli, and Maikoti in Kumaon may be seen on the right as you go north-east. The Trisul mountain and the enormous Nanda Ghunti to the north are spectacular. Nandaghunti and the Bethartoli Himal. The towering peaks of Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Mana, Kamet, Hathi, and Ghoda may be seen to the west and left. Views of Ali Bugyal, Bedni Bugyal, Roopkund, Junargali, and the distant Ronty saddle, among others, can be seen from this ridge, which is directly opposite the more well-known Roopkund trek.

↬ Itinerary

Day 1- From Rishikesh to Lohajung driving

Pickup will take place at Rishikesh in the morning, and the journey to Lohajung ( 2320 m/7600 ft) is around 220 km long. It’s possible that the trip will take roughly 10 hours, including breaks. The route travels through the Kumaon area and, for the most part, follows the vast valleys that are found in the Shivalik Himalaya. Along the way, we pass through Almora and Kausani. The route progressively winds its way through the conifer forest and reaches the Garhwal administrative area after passing through Gwaldam. The road is named after the Garhwal administrative region. A significant amount of elevation is gained over the last leg of the trek from Deval to Lohajung. In addition to a handful of private hotels, Lohajung is home to a GMVN tourist lodge and a Tourist Rest House. Connectivity is available from all of the main mobile networks here. The view of the sunset from Lohajung absolutely warrants a separate remark. The Nandaghunti massif’s warm hues may likely leave you unable to find words to describe them. the accommodations for the night at the Tourist Rest House or Lodge.

Day 2- From Lohajung to Bekhal tal/Khopdalia trek

Today is the first day of our walk. Starting right next to Lohajung, we make our way slowly up the ridge, which has a modest incline, and continue doing so as we go around the mountain. When we pause and turn around to look behind us along the trail, we are treated to a breathtaking panorama of Didna village and Nandaghunti mountain. In contrast, interesting ridge line formations and the settlement of Mandoli in the foreground capture our attention. The majority of the trek takes place among the thicket of conifer, cedar, oak and fir trees.

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↬ Inclusion

  • From Day 1 through Day 6 of your walk, you will be sleeping in various hotels and tents.
  • All meals are provided, beginning with the first night’s dinner and ending with breakfast on day sixth. On all days of the walk, we provide simple, healthy vegetarian meals.
  • We will provide for round-trip transportation from Dehradun to Dehradun
  • Trekking permits and camping expenses in the woods are all accounted for.
  • Tents and sleeping bags of the highest quality will be provided at each camp. Fortunately, we have high-altitude sleeping bags that are good down to ten degrees Celsius.
  • Gaiters, microspikes, and ropes are available.

↬ Exclusion

  • Costs associated with carrying personal items, such as luggage, on the hike.
  • The term “emergency costs” refers to any and all costs that crop up as a direct consequence of a crisis.
  • There will be no access to bottled water at any point throughout the walk.
  • Cost of transportation from Dehradun to Lohajung (between 1000 and 1500 INR)

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