• India
  • Uttarakhand
  • Chamoli
  • 7 °C-17°C
  • 4242 ft
  • Hindi
  • July to Sep
  • Rishikesh
  • Jolly Grant
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Chamoli Kids Attractions
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Govind Ghat

Govindghat, located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand is beautifully situated at the convergence of the Rivers Alaknanda and Lakshman Ganga. It is located at a distance of just 22 Kms from Joshimath on National Highway 58. Govindghat travel guide is full of references to the exciting sceneries and serene spots in and around the area. It is widely famous for the Gurudwara Hemkund Sahib and the Valley of Flowers. Thousands of Sikh pilgrims visit the pious Hemkund Sahib round the year. The Gurudwara is situated on the right side of the majestic River Alaknanda.

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Nanda Devi National Park

One of the most serene and tranquil of national parks in the country, the Nanda Devi National Park in Uttarakhand is a paradise for nature lovers and those who seek to immerse themselves in the beauty of nature. Covering an area of more than 630 square kilometers, the Nanda Devi park, when combined with the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, is 2,236 square kilometers. Notified as a national park in 1982, Nanda Devi National Park covers the area around the Nanda Devi Peak which is 7,817 meters high.The adjoining Valley of Flowers National Park and this park were recognized as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988.

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Narsingh Temple

There are also numerous temples in Joshimath. The most famous are Narsingh temple. It is written in Rajatarangani that the temple of Narsingh was established in eighth century AD by King Lalitaditya Yukta Pida during his digvijayayatra. The statue of Lord Narsinghis finely carved of Shaligram and interestingly, one of the arms is thin as a needle. It is believed that the day this fine arm of the statue breaks in kalyug, the mountains of Jaya and Vijaya at Vishnuprayag will collapse and close the way to Sri Badrinath.

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Trishul Peak

Located at an elevation of around 23,490 feet above sea level, Trishul Peak is the kind of natural marvel that leaves you enamoured and fumbling for your camera. It is one of the most famous spots to enjoy skiing in Auli. There is also a lake named, Roopkund, situated at the base of Trishul Peak. Roopkund Lake is known for its mysterious background as around 600 skeletal remains of humans and horses were discovered here.

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Valley of Flowers

Stretching over an expanse of 87.50 sq. kms. the valley is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and carpeted with some 500 rare species of flowers. Frank S. Smythe – mountaineer, explorer, botanist who camped here for several weeks in the monsoon of 1937 and did valuable exploratory work, introduced the valley to the world as the valley of Flowers.

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View Points

The panoramic view in Auli can be astonishing as it is surrounded by very high peaks including Nanda Devi (7817 m). There is also a Hanuman Temple which is supposed to be the place where Hanuman took some rest when he had come to the Himalayas to procure Sanjivani to rescue Laxman, the younger brother of Rama. Visitors can also enjoy a cable car here which can give them a beautiful view of the surroundings. There is an artificial lake as well in Auli which is the world's highest man-made lake.

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April, 30, 2019

Cutting of mountains for Char Dham road to stop from April

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To ensure that no road accidents are reported on the route to the Char Dham Yatra which is set to commence from May 7, a decision has been taken to stop mountain cutting work for the all-weather road project from April 30. READ FULL
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April, 25, 2019

Gangotri National Park Trek to Open on 25 April

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In some good news for trekkers, Gangotri National Park (GNP) authorities have decided to reopen the park and start the season’s trekking and mountaineering activities from April 25. The decision has been taken on the basis of a report submitted by a joint team of trekking agencies and forest department, who surveyed the trek route on April 22. READ FULL
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April, 18, 2019

Rain Brings Relief to Dehradun City

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Rain and thunder lashed Dehradun on Tuesday causing the temperatures to fall by several notches. After recording season’s highest temperature at 37 degrees Celsius in Dehradun on Monday, the state capital recorded 25.6 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, a fall of 11 degrees Celsius. READ FULL
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April, 10, 2019

Gangotri, Yamunotri to reopen on 7 May 2019

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The portals of Gangotri and Yamunotri shrines will reopen for pilgrims on 7 May 2019 on the auspicious occasion of Akshay Tritiya, it was announced on Saturday. Suresh Semwal, president of Gangotri temple committee said that the reopening ceremony will take place for two days, beginning May 6. READ FULL
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