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Garhwal: Khirsu-Ukimath-Auli-Haridwar

 
December 2009

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The following was my route to the Garhwal from Kolkata

  • Kolkata to New Delhi by Rajdhani Express
  • New Delhi to Haridwar by Dehradun Jansatabdi
  • Haridwar to Khirsu: 6 hours including a 1 hour break at Devprayag
  • Khirsu to Ukimath: 4 hours 15 mins including a 1 hour 30 mins break at Rudraprayag. Khirsu to Rudraprayag – 1 hour 30 mins
  • Ukimath to Sari and then to Deoriatal and back: Ukimath to Sari – 35 mins
  • Ukimath to Joshimath: 7 hours including a 2 hour break at Chopta and a 30 min break at Gadur Ganga. Ukimath to Chopta – 1 hour 10 mins
  • Joshimath to Auli and back: Joshimath to Auli – 45 mins
  • Joshimath to Haridwar: 9 hours including 2 hours 30 mins break for breakfast and lunch
  • Haridwar to New Delhi by Dehradun Jansatabdi
  • New Delhi to Kolkata by Rajdhani

 

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8 Comments

  1. Deoria Tal | Travel Story Book said:

    [...] Tal was a part of my trip to Garhwal: Khirsu-Ukimath-Auli-Haridwar. But without a separate trip report for Deoria Tal, it would be sheer injustice to the beauty of [...]

    Posted on April 13th, 2010 at 4:26 pm

  2. kulwant singh said:

    this is very nice place.

    kulwant singh pundir
    Village Bhughani Pauri Garhwal
    U.K

    Posted on July 8th, 2011 at 12:51 pm

  3. Deoriatal – Trekking | Travel.PourYourHeart.com said:

    [...] practice is to stay at the nearest places of prominence – Ukimath or Chopta. [Refer to my post on Garhwal for staying options at Ukimath]. One can stay at any of these places and make a day trip to Deoria [...]

    Posted on December 13th, 2011 at 5:15 am

  4. Savana said:

    Nice artlcie… It’s a pretty much upcoming trend. The only bad thing I feel about this is that there is too much of chaos and too many choices. Someone should come up with something different and convenient. In that sense, deal space is a nice attempt…

    Posted on February 5th, 2012 at 8:03 am

  5. Volni said:

    Oh, so wonderful to hear from you again Tina. We are also etixed about your travel to Dharamsala. Since four years we have about five people from our base living there and they are running a cafe and working with children in a refugee camp.Who knows you will bump into them!!We do hope you are well and healthy, but it seems like it reading your blog. Your travel friend who traveled with you from the beginning is now with you again?Roel and Astrid and I are in a few hours travelling to Uppsala. We will be with Harald and Anna-Karin and the kids for the weekens. Astrid is still working so we will only go at three. Hopefully she is not too tired as she can also take part of the driving.Well dear niece, we are still praying daily for you!Have you stopped reading the Bible after you got scared by Deuteronomy? Why not read the gospel of John! God truly loves you soooo much!And me too.LoveRosalie

    Posted on October 23rd, 2012 at 9:05 am

  6. Reham said:

    I think it’s foolish to start so many hydel prceojt in the state and clearing the forest area for this thing,Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) are very right in their point.This whole thing will lead to considerable amount of forest loss, which is not right.Don’t destroy the ecosystem.Preserve nature for preserving humankind

    Posted on October 23rd, 2012 at 5:03 pm

  7. Cattye said:

    i am looking at the eforft that went into taking this picture.The long days of train, bus & foot journeys, the sleeping in local rooms, and what all not ..joshi n v u u resemble a spirit full of freedom .. and the pic .. brilliant composition.

    Posted on October 23rd, 2012 at 8:59 pm

  8. Cindy said:

    Da! Beautiful snap! I have always weatnd to visit Hridwar. Lucky guy! There was a beautiful documentary of the ganges in Discovery travel and living. Beautiful take macha!

    Posted on October 25th, 2012 at 5:10 am

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