Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand
Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand
Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand
Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand
Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand

Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand

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Chopta Tungnath Trek in Uttarakhand

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  • Experience a thrilling 5 KM trek.
  • Trek to one of the world's highest Shiva temples and experience its serenity.
  •  Witness scenic villages, woodland trails, gigantic maple, oak, and pine trees, a sparkling clean shoreline, and much more.
  • Trek up to 12,072 feet and take in the spectacular views of Nanda Devi, Trishul, Kedar Peak, Bandarpuch, and Chaukhamba Peaks.


Quick Facts: 

Tungnath Trek Temperature: Day: 8°C to 15°C and Night: -5°C to 3°C

  • Maximum altitude: 11,154 ft.
  • Chopta to Tungnath Trek Distance: 5 KM
  • Base Camp: Sari Village (6 hours from Haridwar)
  • ATM: The last ATM is in Ukhimath( which is about 13 kilometres before Sari).
  • Starting and Ending Point: Haridwar

About the Chopta Tungnath Trek:

  • Begin one of the many fantastic weekend treks in the Garhwali Himalayas, such as Chopta and Tungnath. This is a journey that reaches heights of 13000 feet and is adorned with mists, conifers, and snow.
  • The best time to visit Tungnath is from April to November when one can see breathtaking Himalayan views.
  • The Chanadrashila summit trek has a captivating grandeur thanks to several deodar and rhododendron trees. In the spring and summer, Chopta has a plethora of pictorial attractions to enchant visitors, who are magnificently immersed in massive plant life.
  • During the winter, the thick blanket of snow may be appealing to all eyes because it is a fun feature of the location.

About the activity:

  • Tungnath is a short, easy walk that runs alongside high-altitude Himalayan treks.
  • Throughout the Chopta trek, you'll be able to see the spectacular peaks of Panchchuli, Nanda Devi, Nilkanth, and Kedarnath.
  • All along the trail in Tungnath, you'll see pink, purple, and scarlet rhododendrons blooming in vibrant colours. Beautiful waterfalls, lush foliage, wooded walks, and the spectacular snow-protected mountains of the Garhwal Himalayas will accompany you.
  • The Chopta Tungnath hiking trail begins in the country Sari village, where you can learn about the historic traditions of the local people.
  • When you arrive in Deorital, you'll be delighted to see the lake's brilliant and shimmering waters, which appear inviting, but the water is icy cold.
  • You'll get a good look at Panchchuli's spectacular peaks.
  • Continue to the Chopta trail, which is dotted with small shrines that stand out among the greenery thanks to purple and yellow flags affixed to them.
  • Enjoy breathtaking views of Nanda Devi, Trishul, Nandaghunti, Dronagiri, Chaukhamba, and Kedarnath until you reach the Tungnath peak.
  • The wasteland and a flock of Monals birds will undoubtedly appear as the walk progresses into the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Our top priorities are the trekkers' safety and comfort. This is demonstrated by courteous and well-trained staff, excellent equipment, cleanliness, and a love of nature and the outdoors.
  • Stay in fantastic and cosy alpine/dome tents on a double/triple/quad sharing basis. Every tent has important amenities and is kept as clean as possible.
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all included in the Chopta Tungnath trek package. While you're here, make sure to sample some of the local Garhwali cuisines.


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Things To Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Snacks
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear
  • Backpack
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Chopta Tungnath Trek:

  • Climate conditions at high elevations differ from those at lower elevations; allow enough time to adjust to the heights.
  • The command has the authority to change the trek in the event of an emergency or natural disaster.
  • Consult a doctor before embarking on the journey. Bring basic medical supplies and a first-aid kit with you on the hike.
  • To ensure a safe and enjoyable trip, pay attention to the trek courses and teachers along the way.
  • The route passes through a green zone; polluting nearby websites or campsites are not permitted. Littering travellers may face fines.
  • Water has the potential to be extremely valuable, so conservation is encouraged.
  • Do not encourage night trekking unless it is part of your plan and you have a manual with you; this can lead to unexpected accidents.
  • Avoid wearing earphones while walking because they may reduce your audibility.
  • To preserve the destination's ecological stability, avoid using plastic luggage.
  • The government must be notified in advance if the walk is to be cancelled.
  • The guidelines established by the state government must be followed. Maintaining distance from others is essential. Hand sanitization and the use of masks are frequently advised.
  • Please bring a valid photo ID with you when you check-in.
  • You'll be able to learn more about each location after you've made your reservation.
  • Professional manual(s) are available to ensure high security, improved records, and private activities, which are all required to complete a trek.
  • A clean and smooth car with an experienced driver is available for the excursion, especially for steep terrains.
  • The trek is affected by the weather.
  • Camping may appear to be a simple activity. Making assumptions about luxuries is no longer necessary. Some areas have better access to electricity than others.
  • At any given time, mobile and computer charging outlets may or may not be available on campsites.
  • Bring some dry food from home.
  • Keep your luggage as light as possible; the more you bring, the more trouble you'll have.
  • Permit fees are not included in the Chopta Tungnath Trek package.
  • Children under the age of seven should not try the trek to Chopta.
  • It is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the Chopta Tungnath Trek.
  • Avoid consuming alcohol or other intoxicants during the Chopta Trek.
  • Personal expenses, personal items, food not listed, and so on will no longer be included in the Chopta Tungnath trek package.

How To Reach


By Air:The nearest airport to Haridwar is the Jolly Grant Airport(DED) in Dehradun. Visitors can take either a direct flight or the connecting flights to Dehradun from anywhere in India.

By Road:With available State Transport buses from different locations that connect to Haridwar, visitors can board buses depending on their schedule.

By Train:Haridwar has its railway station that is well connected to other cities by a good number of express trains, i.e., Haridwar Railway Station(HW).

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