Kedarkantha Trek is a magnificent site to go on an easy, classical hike in the Tons River Valley mountain lap. It is a beautiful ridge that is accessible all year long with many enjoyable excursions. Kedarkantha peak, which lies in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, is covered with snow and has a spectacular view during winter.
The Kedarkantha trek to the summit will also give you the chance to experience the unusual flora and animals of Govind National Park Protected Area. The peaks of Ranglana, Banderpooch, Black, and Swargarohini, are located at an altitude of 3850 m. The sun is soaked. For those wanting light adventure, the area is great.
It is reported that a clan dwelt in the village of Osla, and was faithful to the Kaurava (Duryodhan). They were so loyal to Duryodhan that they constructed him a temple and preached to Duryodhan and no other god in Osla until now. The hamlet with its own administration has its own set of rules and regulations. The people still dress up in some ways and show their culture and customs vividly through their apparel. The community consists of 250 dwellings with a population of around 600. Each residence has the most important supply of milk for cows and goats. The peasants have a field of potato, wheat, and food and income.
There are few trekkings that allow you to experience the greatness of a crossing of the Himalayas. The Bali Pass is an exhilarating trail that connects Har Ki Dun Valley to Yamunotri. It crosses the confluence of the rivers Tons and Ruinsara, the unspoiled peacefulness of Ruinsara and Devsu Thach’s verdant meadows. Greenery is soon opening the door to a mountainous area. At 16 207 ft, a panoramic view of the Bandarpoonch, Kalanag, and Swargarohini peaks are available on the Bali Pass. This prize is not easy because this trek is not easy for beginners. Dev Thach’s setting is a great picture.
Rupin Pass Trek
Rupin Pass is a hiking trail from Dhaula in Uttarakhand to Sangla. In Himachal, you will mostly do trekking, as there’s 80% of the hike. Rupin Pass is one of the best-known adventures for trekking in India, a high-altitude trip measuring 15,250 meters. Every day you drive around 10 miles, and the ground is pretty challenging. The ascension from the Upper Waterfall to Rati Pheri and the steep rise to the Rupin Pass at a height of 14,500 meters. The Rupin Pass is a high-altitude pass in Uttrakhand, India, across the Himalayas.
Ruinsara Tal Trek
The hike to Ruinsara Lake is a lovely walk through Govind National Park, which is known mainly for its orchids’ wildflowers. There are the most gorgeous woodlands in this area. Jack Gibson, a Doon school teacher in the late 1940s, made it popular. A joy for mountain climbers is the surrounding peaks and glaciers in Bandarpoonch. Lake Ruinsara is famous for its wildflowers and pastures that local shepherds use. Ruinsara Lake. From Netwar, past the picturesque villages of Ganga, Seema and Osla, the path follows the Tons river. The Bandarpunch Glacier and the base camp for the ascent to the Black Peak are suitable for a one-day tour around the lake. The lake is close to the Supin River Spring. From here you get closer views of the beautiful peaks of Mount Kalanag. Ruinsar range, Bandar Poonch. The lake is a beautiful campsite located underneath the Bandarpunch Glacier.
Saru Tal Trek
SaruTal is an infinite, lovely tiny lake situated in the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary at an elevation of 4200 mts. The lake trek takes about 8-9 days to walk across large wilderness and cedar, rhododendron, glaciers, and beautiful landscapes. It is a moderate walk from Sankri and you get to the summit of Kedarkantha Trek before you get to the lake. June and October is the greatest season to walk here when the valley is in full bloom and 15-20 various species of flowers may be observed. In the neighboring villages, the lake is regarded holy; temples are located around the lake. Like other beautiful secret spots, this one, too, was accidentally discovered by a shepherd that wanted grassland for his sheep and found Mother Nature’s wonder.