- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Altitude : 4329m
Total trekking distance : 50 km
Best Season : July to September
Day 01: Drive from Haridwar to Govindghat via Joshimath and Devaprayag. (Drive 260km/ 10hrs)
Day 02: Trek from Govindghat to Ghangaria. (Trek 14km/ 4hrs)
Start trekking out of the village early in the day, and cross the bridge over Alakananda. The trail is usually crowded with pilgrims from the Sikh community.
Day 03: Trek from Ghangaria to Valley Of Flowers and back. (Trek 5km, one-way/ 5hrs)
Start trekking by 6 am so that you have ample time at the valley of flowers. The day’s trek involves an ascent of 3000 metres and a descent of 3500 metres. The entire valley is generally a carpet of colours – green, yellow, red, blue. It is surrounded by mountains with trees at lower levels, brown and grey soil in the middle and bright snow at the top. Spend some time amidst colourful flowers and soak your feet in the stream that passes through the valley.
Day 04: Trek from Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib and back. (Trek 6km/ 4hrs each side)
It is a stiff climb on rocky terrain. A trekking pole will come in handy for this day’s trek. It takes about 4 hours to reach the Hemkund Sahib Gurdwara and lake. The Hemkund Sahib lake remains frozen for six months. Warm yourself in the Gurudwara and have generous helpings of hot tea and khichdi. Spend some time in the peaceful and pristine environment before descending down to Ghangria.
Day 05: Trek from Ghangaria to Govindghat. Drive to Joshimath. (Trek 14km/ 4hrs)
You will reach GovindGhat by 11 am. You may choose to leave to Haridwar immediately or stay overnight at GovindGhat and depart to Haridwar the following morning.
Day 06: Return journey from Joshimath to Haridwar. (Drive 260km/ 10hrs)
Depart from GovindGhat to Haridwar in the morning.