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Gorson Bugyal

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Auli and Rishikesh Tour from Delhi
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Auli and Rishikesh Tour from Delhi

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Auli and Rishikesh Tour Package from Delhi offers a wonderful chance to visit some of the scenic and highly sacred places in India. The destinations that are covered during this well-planned itinerary are Haridwar, Auli, Rishikesh and Joshimath. Destinations are blessed with eye-catching natural beauty and renowned attractions alluring a lot of devotees and travelers every year.<br>Haridwar is s spiritual delight, Rishikesh is essentially visited for its ancient temples and ashrams; Auli is a major skiing destination; and Joshimath is popular for its Bhavishya Badri shrine. Apart from the above all one may opt for trekking, rafting, mountaineering, rock climbing and other amazing activities in Rishikesh.
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AbhishekIyerSpace wrote a review Mar 2020
Pune, India4 contributions1 helpful vote
If you are hiking in the Indian Himalayas, just like me one might find it difficult to go on long hikes by yourself. No trail markings plus good luck getting permission from the Forest Department without hiring a Guide. Found this place somehow through a warm and enthusiastic local at the small and unpopular village of Ramni, Uttarakhand, India. Totally recommend speaking to Dinesh if you're looking for off-beat hikes in the Indian Himalayas. He said he is reachable on dinesh.bisht282@gmail.com or 8958084282
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Date of experience: January 2020
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neeleshkulkarni wrote a review Aug 2019
New Delhi, India584 contributions311 helpful votes
We were told that most people walk up and down in about 4 hours flat and that it was a pleasant walk through slightly undulating highlands. Keeping our heart conditions in mind we preferred to take the ponies for some 1200/pony for a total of half an hours stay up there. The path up was very pleasant and through some of the loveliest jungles, we had occasion to be in. On reaching the top there was nothing but there was everything. Complete tranquility, pure air and picture-postcard perfect locales. The army jawans returning form a trek somewhere behind the next hill added to the mystique of the place. Stayed there for around 45 of the loveliest minutes of our life. Don't forget to take everything you could ever want with you, including water bottles, eatables if you want them and anything else you could want because there are no shops or even stalls after you leave the base point of the trek.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ranjit I wrote a review Jun 2019
5 contributions1 helpful vote
My family, from 6 year son and my 55 year brother in law visited. It's one of the best place to do a short family Trek. A beautiful 360 degree view and peaks like Nandadevi, Trishul Dronagiri can be seen. So must visit. Horses are available for the trek
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Date of experience: May 2019
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bhasker n wrote a review May 2019
New Delhi, India28 contributions3 helpful votes
The length of the trek is not much, ideal for beginners. However getting acclimatized to the altitude is a challenge. One can start the trek from the GMVN guesthouse or from Tower no 10 where the Cable Car ends. If starting from the GMVN guesthouse, one can break for tea at the Cable Car station. On the way to the station, there is an artificial lake used to replenish the snow for the ski slopes in winter. From the cable car station the track winds uphill through a forest which had patches of snow, even in April. Inside the forest, there is a small temple which one can visit before venturing up to the grassy slopes above. The views of the peaks from the top are exhilarating. Please be advised to come down before sundown as the walk throught the forested area can be risky in the dark.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Pooja Mittal wrote a review Apr 2019
Chandigarh, India3 contributions1 helpful vote
The trek offers majestic views. You can take ropeway to reach tower no 10, and start your trek. You should take a guide as well, who can be quite helpful.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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