Mumbai and Maharashtra as a whole is a beautiful destination and suited to people of all types. People from all walks of life come here for various purposes. However, it is important for the individual to know and identify the right trekking trip that will provide maximum fun and happiness.

Trekking near Mumbai – Make the right selection

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Event: Deoriya Tal – Chandrashila Trek

Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Time: 8 am

Organized by:

Location: Uttarakhand

Fees: Rs. 13,000/-

Details: It is a scenic, six hour, long drive to Sari Village from Dehradun / Mussorie. One can stop en route to visit at Rudraprayag, the Rudranath Temple as well as the age old Omkareshwar Temple, Ukhimath. It is a sere place and is just 3 kilometers away from Sari. But the steep climb across the well defined path will take around 2 – 3 hours if done at easy pace. Again, on any clear day, the reflections of Kedar Dome and Chaukhamba can be seen. Then the trek leads to Rohini Bugyal, a wonderful meadow within the forest. The trail also involves some steep climb to a view point named Jhandi Dhar to enjoy the ridge sides. Then the descent leads to Rohini Bugyal. This trip is really exciting.

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Event: Har-ki-doon valley trek

Date: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Time: 8.30 am

Organized by: Outdoers India

Location: Uttarakhand

Fees: Rs. 15000/-

Details: The meaning of Har-ki-doon means ‘Valley of Gods’. It is really a mesmerizing place located in the National Park of Govind Pashu at Garhwal Himalayas upper reaches. It was in 1955 that it had been declared to be a national park for safeguarding wildlife like the brown bear, snow leopard, flying squirrel, different types of birds, etc.

Supir River gives company to the trekkers all along the trip. An impressive peak here is Swargarohini and other peaks located in the region are Kalanag, Bandarpoonch and other peaks that are above 500m in elevation.

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Event: Roopkund Trek

Date: Sunday, May 21, 2017

Time: 6 pm

Organized by: Eightydegree Adventure Sports

Location: Roopkund

Fees: Rs. 10100

Details: This is another exciting trek that takes the tourists to high altitude locations. Roopkund is called ‘The Mystery Lake’. It is actually a glacial lake located in Uttarakhand. It is a picturesque six day trek that this place is well known for the remaining of human skeletons spread across the lake. According to local legend, there are ancient remains of around hundreds of people. It is from the oak dense forest that the trail begins, passing via the twin Bugyals of Bedni and Ali, rhododendrons forests and emerges above the treelines. At this place, the trekkers can catch the fabulous views of Badrinath, Nanda Ghunti and Trishul peaks.

It is only a well planned trek booked with the best tour operator that can provide the tourist with all the facilities and amenities that is necessary during the entire trek. Making the right choice is of great importance to enjoy the trip thoroughly and to share it with friends and others.

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