unexplored places in uttarakhand

Chopta Valley is situated in Rudraprayag district of Ukhimath town in northern region, Uttarakhand. The extraordinary tourist spot also called as The Mini Switzerland of Uttarakhand is encircled by thick-dense forest, exuberant green meadows and pastures with waterfalls that relaxes and calms your mind and body. 

Chopta Valley is a magical place and perfect for people who love trekking and are close to mother nature. Find your comfort in the charm of Chopta Valley. 

Adventures In Chopta

It offers you a moment filled with breathtaking adventures and journeys surrounded by heavenly nature all around you. The adventurous activities, like trekking, camping, bird watching and stargazing will surely be something that will cherish your life for long. Trekking in Chopta will lead you to the path to Deoria Tal – the most alluring view in Chaukhamba peak. The Chandrashila trekking site serves as the peak to the Parvat of the same name, on which the temple of Panch Kedar is stored. The area is the home to not only a ton of exotic flora and fauna but also the species of musk deer and birds like monal. Chandrashila is one of the most prominent treks of Uttarakhand and the base camp for this trek is Chopta.

See also  Adventure Is Worthwhile In Uttarakhand

Glorious Insights Of Chopta

The delightful Tungnath temple gives you the feeling of sanctity and holiness. It is at the height of 3,680kms and is popularly known to be largest Shiva temple in India. Many sacred tales and paintings are said to be carved on stones on temples. It is also said that the temple was built thousand years ago. Followers of Lord Shiva visit the pilgrimage to offer prayers and seek blessings from him.

Chandrashila suggests the moon rock is the peak of Chandranath parvat on which Tungnath temple of Panch Kedar belongs. The majestic Chandrashila peak serves as a blessing that offers a heavenly perspective of the Great Himalayas who are in search of peace and calmness. 

Kalimath is another religious place situated on the banks of river Saraswati in Rudraprayag district. It is situated at a peak of 1800m and is one of the 108 Shakti Peeths in India. Goddess Kali is the main deity of this temple. 

See also  STAY AT THE AIPAN RESORT, CHOPTA

How to plan a trip from Delhi to Chopta

Chopta is 450kms away from Delhi. There are three ways you can travel from Delhi to Chopta.

By Air: The nearest airport to Chopta Valley is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun. From there you can directly book a cab for Chopta or Uttarakhand bus services are also provided from Rishikesh to Rudraprayag then a cab to Chopta. 

By Bus: To catch a direct bus, look for a bus which drops you directly to Ukhimath or Guptkashi and then a cab to Chopta which is 45-48kms away from Ukhimath or Guptkashi. Or else a direct bus to Haridwar/ Rishikesh then a bus to Rudraprayag or Ukhimath. From there share a taxi/ jeep or hire a taxi for your own till Chopta.

By Train: The nearest railway station is Haridwar or Dehradun Railway Station. Book tickets from Delhi to Haridwar. Then get a bus to Rishikesh to Rudraprayag or Ukhimath and hire a taxi till Chopta. 

See also  Best Himalayan Places To Visit In India

Resorts In Chopta

There are resorts in Chopta near Kedarnath that deliver finite stay options from mudhouse to camps, tents, luxurious and deluxe rooms. Due to no electricity in the region, the district runs on solar power that leads to not being able to provide world-class, luxurious facilities and services to their customers. But there are best stays in Chopta that provide resorts at affordable prices and serve good food made with local ingredients.

Best time to visit Chopta 

It is a great place to visit at any time of the year. The summer season in Chopta Valley is warm, sunny, and pleasant whereas, in winters, the place pleases you with its greenery and is icy-cold. During this season, sitting around a bonfire enjoying music and dance is a bonus. 

Recommended Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *