Valley of the Flowers
Trek into the "Valley of the Flowers' and participate in side trip to Hemkund Sahib
and visit to the Badrinath Temple
6 day trip, 4 day trekking
July 28 - 2 August, 2020
In the year 1931 three British climbers who were returning from a peak called Kamet stumbled upon a most beautiful valley filled with flowers. They felt at peace after many day’s in the snow and named it ‘The Valley of the Flowers’. This trip combines the exploration of the Valley of the Flowers with visits to Badrinath Temple and Hemkund Sahib to combine adventure and spiritual experience by visiting some of the most revered sites.
Valley of Flowers Gallery
Town of Rudraparag adjacent to the Alaknanda River on the route to Joshimath
Town of Govindghat, the start point of the 13km long trek to Ghangharia
The Vally of Flowers boosts more than 520 species of plant and flowers
Sri Hemkunt Sahib 4329m is popular centre of Sikh Pilgrimage.
Town of Badrinath is a 45 minute drive from Govindghat
Badrinath Temple located at a height of 3133m is one of the four Char Dham pilgrimage sites and is one of the most visited pilgrimage centers of India.