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We have filtered out some best places around Chopta for you. We highly recommend you to visit these places if you are planning to visit Chopta. Contact us today to get the best deals on your customized packages!

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Tungnath

Tungnath is the world’s highest Shiva temple and sits at an elevation of 3,500 metres above sea level. The temple offers you mesmerizing views of Chaukhamba and Nanda Devi peaks. The distance between Chopta and Tungnath temple is 3 kilometres and can be easily covered in 2-3 hours. The temple remains covered with snow from November to April and is considered one of the best winter treks in North India. Meanwhile, Tungnath can be your favourite destination if you are looking to get some respite from the scorching heatwaves! Click here to get a complete guide on Tungnath.

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Chandrashila

Chandrashila the highest peaks in Chopta Valley and is situated at an elevation of 4,000metres. Located at an uphill distance of 1.5 kilometres from Tungnath; Chandrashila offers you a panoramic view of Mount Kedar, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Mandani Parvat and BandarPunch peaks. The trek to Chandrashila is a moderate level trek and can be easily done by beginners under supervision of a guide. You can easily find clouds hanging below you when you reach the Chandrashila summit.

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Deoriatal

The reflection of Mount Chaukhama on a lake situated between a forest in Chopta valley is how we describe Deoriatal. The best time to visit Deoriatal is from March to September when the valley is covered completely with red-rhododendron tress. Sari Village, the base camp of Deoriatal trek is located at a distance of 20 kilometres from Chopta. Our partner holes in Sari are committed to providing you with the best trekking experiences. The trek to Deoriatal is best suited for beginners and families.

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Kedarnath

Rohini bugyal is a meadow located near Chopta valley. The bugyal (meadow) is a perfect site for camping and enjoying sunrise views. The trek starts from two different places in Chopta valley. The most preferred and convenient route is Tala Village to Rohini Bugyal route which is around four kilometres long and takes 2-3 hours to reach the top. Either route is from Sari Village to Rohini bugyal which is an eight-kilometre-long trek and involves a steep climb to reach Rohini Bugyal. The meadow is yet untouched by human interference and offers you sublime views of mother nature!

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Deoriatal

The reflection of Mount Chaukhama on a lake situated between a forest in Chopta valley is how we describe Deoriatal. The best time to visit Deoriatal is from March to September when the valley is covered completely with red-rhododendron tress. Sari Village, the base camp of Deoriatal trek is located at a distance of 20 kilometres from Chopta. Our partner holes in Sari are committed to providing you with the best trekking experiences. The trek to Deoriatal is best suited for beginners and families.

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Bisuri Tal

Bisuri Tal is a lake located at an altitude of 4,000 metres above sea level in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The trek to Bisuri Tal is a moderate level trek and is yet much unexplored. The trek starts at Tala village in Chopta and you pass through beautiful ‘Syalmi’ and ‘Rohini Bugyals’ to reach Bisuri tal. It takes a minimum of five days to complete your trek from Tala to Bisuri Tal and reach back.

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