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Binsar Trek
Binsar Trek



The famous Himalayan peaks such as the Nanda Kot, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Kedarnath Panchchuoli, is a great pace for tourists to visit , engulfed with wildflowers and lush greenery, along with wild ferns and different varieties of moss and lakes like Roopkund Lake. It is one of the most beautiful scenic beauties one can imagine and which one would like to revisit again and again. Tourists who would like some excitement can start trekking from Pauri. This is a beautiful hill station consisting of the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas. All along the way you will come across rich and dense forests of oak, pine, and deodar along with a variety of wildlife. The Samadhi of famous freedom fighter Veer Chander Singh Garhwali will also fall on the way in Dudhatoli. An ideal trek for winter, it provides pure immaculate wilderness. The 4 days trek also includes hiking, camping, and sightseeing. Not many people use this trail for daily walks. At the end of the day tourists would be camping in the Binsar temple which consists of lord Shivas deity. The forests around are virgin and provide picturesque beauty of the snow capped Himalayan ranges and other mountains as well.

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10 May 2014
Gayatri Bhattacharya Binsar Trek
i never saw such a fantastic place in my life, it feels like the entire himalayas has come to a single point. We started our trekking from Pauri which is actually a a beautiful hill station having surrounded by the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas.
16 August 2014
Bhisham Gandhi Binsar Trek
The enchanting of birds kept us fresh and the challenges kept us going through the though trails of Pauri to Peethsain and also trek to binsar. The lord shiva temple is definitely a spotting point so don't miss that out.
18 April 2014
Avadhesh Kapoor Binsar Trek
There are some point which are really difficult to hike upon so care must be taken in advance. Our expedition completed successful and the entire credit goes to our guides. I loved to trek between Binsar to Dudhatoli, it was a very short but elegant point.
19 August 2013
Rajinder Bandopadhyay Binsar Trek
It was a very tiring trek for me, the trails were not so easy for me actually but all thanks to our tour guide whose instructions made this possible for me.Its actually an ideal trek for winter season.
14 July 2013
Bankimchandra Mukhopadhyay Binsar Trek
The best part was that, there were many food stall or small restaurant in the region so we had no problem in our stay. We also saw the samadhi of famous freedom fighter Veer Chander Singh Garhwali in Dudhatoli. It was a memorable trekking expiditio of my life.
14 March 2015
Divjot Pillai Binsar Trek
I wont recommend you to with your family, since ladies might have difficulty to hike on the rocky trek but the trek between Dudhatoli to Bhararisan is somehow easier than other routes.
12 February 2015
Devadatt Panicker Binsar Trek
Awesom views from the peak pount, everything was looking so tiny from the top and elegant as well, especially the dense forests around are virgin and provide picturesque beauty of the snow capped Himalayan ranges.
20 November 2014
Udit Sethi Binsar Trek
This trek suits everyone, from beginners to experienced trekkers... since its a very short trek but no doubt this place is full of rich and dense forests of oak, pine and deodar along with wide variety of wildlife
03 October 2014
Puneet Sinha Binsar Trek
But the beautiful views from the peak point won't let you feel any kind of tiredness . Our overnight camping was a very nice experience for me. There is a very beautiful temple of lord Shiva called the Binsar temple which can be a good visiting place.
15 September 2014
Rageswari Reddy Binsar Trek
Wao it looks like a movie location of any Bollywood film , it has everything from beauty of nature of man made adventure... We loved to see the famous Himalayan peaks such as the Nanda Kot, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, and Kedarnath Panchchuoli.