Ghangaria is a little town en route to Hemkund Sahib, a prominent journey site for Sikhs which is around 6 km from here and the Valley of Flowers, a national park known for its variety of blooms around 3 km from here. It is situated in the northern Himalayan ranges at an elevation of 3049 meters in Uttarakhand condition of India.
Ghangaria is located at the juncture of the streams Bhyundar Ganga and Pushpawati, which frames Lakshman Ganga, that later meets the waterway Alaknanda at Govindghat. It is the last human residence in the Bhyundar valley. This spot is normally utilized by explorers as a base camp to visit Hemkund and Valley of flowers. It is just open from May until September. Whatever remains of the year, the valley is secured under snow.
You can come back to Ghangaria to after a trek of under 11kms. Shared taxis are accessible up to 4kms from Govindghat. Ghangaria has a helipad. One can likewise enlist a doorman or donkey or a helicopter to keep away from this strenuous trekking. There is no reasonable street, just a way made of rocks. Ghangaria has different lodgings including one from the GMVN (Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam), eateries serving Punjabi, Chinese, Garhwali dishes, shops, outdoors grounds and a major Gurudwara to suit explorers. Prior just satellite phone administration was accessible, with one and the only friendly call took into account the whole town at any given time, yet now you get a feeble sign of BSNL GSM and IDEA GSM administrators.
Also, check out:
Valley of Flowers:
Nanda Devi National Park: