Deoriatal and Chandrashila Peak Trek

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The trek to Deoriatal and Chandrashila is a short yet fulfilling journey. Combining two beautiful locations, this trek takes you through Uttarakhand's finest. Compare prices, details and ratings for multiple operators for the Deoriatal and Chandrashila trek.

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Immersed within the beautiful peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas, the trek to Deoriatal and Chandrashila is short compared to other treks offered. The trek is a 5 days and 4 nights achievement with a maximum altitude of 4000 m being visited at the Chandrashila Peak Summit. With a difficulty level of moderate been given, the trek to Deoriatal and Chandrashila trek is best when done in the months of September to November as well as January to March. A total length of 16 kilometers is trekked, covering both the locations. All the magic begins in Haridwar, from where a a 200 kilometer drive is made to Kund. From Kund, the first ascent onto Deoriatal is made on Day 2. Moving forward, the trek to Chopta is commenced from where the journey to Tungnath and the Chandrashila Peak is conducted.

The Deoriatal and Chandrashila trek allows you to witness two of the most amazing location of the Garwhal Himalayas. The first part of the trek to the Deoriatal Lake allows one to visit mesmerizing lake at a height of 2438 meters. While enjoying the reflective nature of the lake, this trek has much more in store. Post the the Deoriatal lake, the trek leads one to the village of Chopta that boasts of lush green meadows all around. While moving towards the final point, the ancient Shiva temple of Tungnath can be visited which at 3680 meters is the highest shrine of Shiva existing in the world. Finally, while standing on the final destination of the Chandrashila summit, one can witness an outstanding view of various snow peaked mountains such as the Chaukhamba, Kedar and Bandarpoonch. A trek that offers a great deal of scenic beauty that can be achieved in a short time fram, Deoriatal and Chandrashila Trek is one not to miss!

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Deoriatal and Chandrashila Trek

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. AMS is a definite risk when trekking in the Himalayas. Usually people are at risk at altitudes above 9000ft. Most of the Himalayan treks go beyond this altitude. So all precautions need to be taken for sure.

It really depends on where you are trekking. Eg: in the western ghats of karnataka, you are likely to find spotted deer, sambar, Indian Gaur or Bison, some places elephants, variety of snakes, leopards, wild boars, etc. In Bandipur national park, you could spot a tiger too if you are lucky. In the himalayas you could spot Ibex, blue sheep or even a snow leopard!!

You can probably use trailgaiters. You can find more information about them here: http://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/gaiters.html

Definitely not advisable. Entering a forest without permission is a non-bailable offence. You could get lucky and get away with just a warning if you feign ignorance, but you are still breaking the law. My suggestion, ask for permits. Sometimes the forest officers are quite friendly.