Places to Visit in Chamoli

For nature lovers and an adventure lover’s paradise, Chamoli is a beautiful heaven on earth.

The Chamoli district is full of temples and includes one of the most special pilgrimage shrines in the Hindus area, i.e. Badrinath and three out of the five convergences, i.e. Nanda Prayag, KarnaPrayag, and Vishnu Prayag.

1. Auli
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In the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand Auli is a Himalayan ski and mountain station.

The forests of the conifers and oaks are surrounded, as are the mountains Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat.

A long cable car connects Auli with Joshimath town. The colorful Badrinath Temple in the North of Auli, the Hindu pilgrimage site, and the Flowers National Park with its alpine flora and fauna such as snow leopards and red foxes are all north of Auli.

2. Valley of Flowers
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The Valley of Flowers in the Western Himalayas is a vibrant and magnificent national park.

This attractive place, nestled in Uttarakhand, is famous for its charming alpine flower meadows.

It is distinguished by its beauty and a variety of native flora. There are also rare and endangered species of animals in this lush region.

3. Badrinath
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In Chamoli District, Uttarakhand, India, Badrinath is a holy town and nagar panchayat.

It has its name from Badrinath Temple and is a site of four in India’s Char Dham pilgrimage.

4. Vasundhara Waterfalls
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The Alaknanda river in Badrinath in Uttarakhand is located at Vasundhara Falls. Vasundhara Falls is the only one that falls on sinless people.

The sinner ‘s body does not touch this holy water. Few people are aware of this sacred waterfall, which is about 400 meters high.

This is a very attractive place and the visitors feel like a sky and the dropped dews are like pearls. People enjoy its view with Sightseeing and Meditation craving for Internal peace.

5. Gopinath Temple
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The Gopinath Temple in Gopeshwar, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India, is a former Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva.

It is shaped by a majestic dome and a main temple Sanctorum, which is impressive having 24 doors. The temple stands out for being of great architectural expertise.

6. Nandaprayag
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Nandaprayag is a small town that is also one of the Panch Prayag of Uttarakhand. Located at an altitude of 1358 m in the Chamoli district of the Garhwal region, Nandaprayag has a natural diversity of peace and quiet surrounding this sacred site in Uttarakhand.

7. Brahmatal Trek
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Brahmatal is a classic winter trek. When the snow falls gently on its pistes, the summit shows up a heavenly facet, most of the brahmatal trek is on the snow that makes it exciting.

8. Rudranath
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In the Himalayan Garhwal in Uttarakhand, India, Rudranath is a Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva.

This natural rock temple is situated at 3,600 meters above sea level in a densely-forested valley of Rhododendron dwarfs and mountain pastures.

Chamoli City Overview

Located in: Garhwal

Nearest Railway Station: Rishikesh

Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport

Best Month to Visit: October to March

Avg. Annual Temperature: 22 °C

Famous for: Tourists Destinations like Auli, Valley of Flowers, Tungnath, Chopta, Hemkund Sahib, Etc. Temples, Scenic Views and Glaciers

Chamoli Tourist Guide
Festivals in Chamoli

Places to Visit Near Chamoli

Chamoli is a beautiful heaven for nature lovers and an adventurers paradise. This place is surrounded by amazing and most visited beautiful spots which are famous among tourists. When visiting Chamoli, plan for the nearby places trip too which will add more fun and adventure to your Chamoli Trip.

Kalpeshwar
Kalpeshwar

Kalpeshwar is renowned for the Kalpeshwar Temple, one of the famous Kedar panch located in Uttarakhand, and it is highly revered by its five forms (Kedar), for housing Lord Shiva.

Mana Village
Mana Village

In Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district is the last Indian settlement on the road to Tibet. Also named a “Tourism Town” by the government, the area of Mana is 10,500 meters high. Mana, in Uttarakhand, is just three kilometers from Badrinath and one of the biggest Hindu pilgrimages in India. It is a rushing roar in the nearby Saraswati River that flows into the mighty Himalayas.

Joshimath
Joshimath

The winter seat of Lord Badri, also called Jyotirmath, is considered as a sacred location in Uttarakhand.

Here at Joshimath one can also see the Sacred Kalpvriksha, which is claimed to be 1200 years old.

Chopta
Chopta

Chopta, a small area of grasslands and dense forests, is a part of the Kedarnath wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand and a base for trekking to Panch Kedar Temple and Tungnath.

Rishikesh
Rishikesh

The river is regarded as sacred and the town is well known as a yoga research and meditation center and gateway to many Pilgrimage sites.

The Eastern bank of Swarg Ashram, a traffic-free, alcohol-free and vegetarian enclave upstream Rishikesh city, lines temples and ashrams in the centers for spiritual studies.

Mussoorie
Mussoorie

The hills of Mussoorie are located on the highest level at an altitude of 7,000 meters above sea level and have a pleasant atmosphere during the whole year, in the Uttarakhand district of Dehradun, 290 km far from Delhi.

It is visible from British remains in the city, as the archaic architecture of the hotels and churches, that during the British era it was a popular holiday destination.

Nainital
Nainital

Nainital is one of Uttarakhand’s most beautiful and visited sites. It is about 2084 m above sea level. Nainital is surrounded by beautiful mountains with an intermediate lake that is the main tourist attraction. The year-round climate makes the place the ideal tourist destination for anyone. The lake Nainital is surrounded by many attractions, such as the temple of Naina Devi and the Tibetan market with many grocery stores. It is also one of the most affordable and well-known tourist attractions in Hill stations.

Madhyamaheshwar
Madhyamaheshwar

It’s part of the famous Panch Kedar. Madhyamaheshwar is a temple of Lord Shiva. This temple is located on 3497 meters above sea level and is the fourth temple on the circuit of Panch Kedar.

Kedarnath, Tungnath, and Rudranath are other temples on the tour that will be visited before Madmaheshwar and Kalpeshwar after Madmaheshwar.

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