Places to visit around Uttarkashi


  • Har ki Doon

Har Ki Doon is an extremely mainstream place among trekkers. An ideal approach to reach this spot is from Mussoorie through Yamuna Bridge, Naugaon, Purola, Saur, Sankri, Taluka, and Osla.

Har Ki Doon has cabins and rest houses for trekkers, situated at an elevation of 3506 m. The trek goes through thick timberlands and bumpy environment. The Ruinsara Lake, situated at a separation of eight kilometers from Osla is a noteworthy fascination.

  • Uttarkashi

The town of Uttarkashi is considered as the Kashi of the North (Uttar). It is additionally known not the dwelling place divine beings and goddesses in light of the fact that, much the same as Kashi, there are numerous sanctuaries committed to different divine beings and goddesses.

There are more than 30 sanctuaries in the town. A large number of fans come here amid the event of “Magh Mela” to take a sacred plunge alongside their nearby divinities in the waters of the Bhagirathi.

  • Dodital

Dodital is arranged at a stature of 3307 m. The fascination of this lake is its completely clear water encompassed by thick woods. Angling should be possible here with grants from the Divisional Forest Officer of Uttarkashi. Himalayan trouts are found here in abundance. Dodital can be reached from Uttarkashi by street and by trekking. A trek of 16 km from Angoda prompts Dodital. Lodging offices are accessible by the lake. Travellers can without much of a stretch trek down to Yamunotri and Hanuman Chatti from this spot.

  • Harshil

Harshil is a small town in the Bhagirathi valley. It is around 72 km from Uttarkashi and is arranged along the expressway that prompts Gangotri. It is arranged at a tallness of 2623 m and is known for its apples and normal environment. Settlement offices are accessible as woodland rest houses and cottages.

  • Gangotri

The sanctuary of Gangotri is situated at a tallness of 3200 m above ocean level. It is 100 km from Uttarkashi and was built up in the eighteenth century by General Amar Singh Thapa, on the banks of the Bhagirathi. It is exceptionally well known among travelers. A significant number of ashrams have come up on different destinations which offer average convenience. A portion of the adjacent spots that can be gone to is Kedarkund, Gaurikund, and Patangna.

  • Gaumukh

The fundamental wellspring of the Ganga or the Bhagirathi River is the Gaumukh icy mass. This is the primary reason an expansive number of lovers visit this spot to take a plunge in the super cold water. It is 18 km from Gangotri and the trek to Gaumukh from Gangotri is simple.

  • Nehru Institute of mountaineering

The Nehru Institute of Mountaineering was established in the year 1965 at Uttarkashi, in memory of Jawaharlal Nehru, who was a mountain darling. The Institute has a tranquil situation and lovely normal environment.

An independent body, the Institute is enrolled under the Registration Act No.XXI of 1860. The Executive Council Chaired by the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand oversees the organization of the Institute. There are somewhere in the range of 31-lifetime individuals and 64 common individuals. The boss worry of the foundation is to offer viable and hypothetical preparing to individuals on enterprise sports without bringing about any mischief to the earth.


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