Garhwal Himalaya Tours
They stand majestic to the north, flow the life giving waters of the Ganga and the Yamuna. Here in her lush valleys, the soft rustle of a caressing breeze runs down golden fields in ripples and waves. The milky waters of infinite streams take birth here to frolic down vast caverns and charms, sylvan maids as they sing their way our boulders and rocks, merrily gurgling through picturesque valleys lost to the everyday world. Mysteries, myths and allegories surround the Garhwal Himalayas which is not surprising, for the land is blessed with the presence of Lord Shiva and his celestial consort Parvati. The holy land is the seat of many of the Indian pantheon of gods and at Hardwar, Rishikesh, Gangotri and Yamunotri, pilgrims make an annual journey. At Gaumukh, - 15 kms easy trek from Gangtori, The Ganga find her source where it gushes out of a snout in the glacier. The Yamunotri find her source at 4,421 metres in a frozen maze of ice and glaciers at The Kalind Parvat. Deoprayag where the Alaknanda and the Bhagirathi meet, Kedarnath at a height of over 3,500 metres, Badrinath at 3122 metres is among the most holy cities. Valley of Flowers is the picturesque valleys with a natural plantation, manicured by the surrounding wilderness. Hemkund, a safe and easy trek takes one to a beautiful lake at 4328 metres where a holy Sikh temple is located.

Uttarkashi — Gangotri — Gaumukh — Tapoban — Harkidoon — Deoprayag — Badrinath — Kedarnath — Yamunotri — Hemkund — Valley of Flowers — Almora — Ranikhet — Nainital — Pithoragarh — Mussoorie

Trekking Destinations : Valley of Flowers & Hemkund (3962 m); Tapovan (4463 m); Hari-ki-Doon (3566 m), Roopkund(5029 m), Nanda Devi Sanctuary (4268 m), Pindari Glacier (3353 m)