This time around we head to Chopta in Uttarakhand and do an acclimatisation walk to
Deiora Tal, a spectacular lake in the Himalayas.
2 - 6 June, 2021
4 nights 5 day trip
The objective of the The Juniper Juniper Format is to build a fondness of the young to the outdoors. This time around we head to Chopta in Uttarakhand and do an acclimatisation walk to Deiora Tal, a spectacular lake in the Himalayas. The following day is a rest day, where a naturalist will hold a short interactive session about nature, wildlife and the flora & fauna of the region. On the final day participants will trek up to the Tungnath Temple and then attempt to summit Chandrashila 4000m.
Chandrashilla Challenge -Gallery
The Juniper Junior Trip Format is designed for parents and children to trek together. It's an easy paced format on safe trails. The key objective is to build a fondness for the outdoors amongst children.
DAY 1: Chopta is widely considered one of the most pretty locations across the Indian Himalaya. Multiple peaks in the Garhwal Himalaya including Chaukhambha are visible from the road level.
DAY 2: Short trek away is the most stunning lake of Deoria Tal. At an altitude of 2,438 m, it has heavily wooded, lushgreen surroundings with snow-covered mountains (Chaukhamba is one of them) in the backdrop.
DAY 3:The Chopta is widely considered as a birding paradise. The Himalayan Monal which has been voted as the most beautiful bird of India. A naturalist will be on hand to offer an introduction on the flora and fauna of the region.
DAY 4 :Tungnath is the highest Shiva temple in the world at a height of 3650m. It is over 1000 years old, located eroute to the summit of Chandrashilla Peak.
The summit of Chandrashila Peak offers a dramatic 360 degrees view of the Garhwal Himalaya
DAY 5: We descent past Rudraparag and Rishikesh on the way to Dehra Dun airport to catch flight home
The Snow Pod Hotel offers comfortable accommodation in a remote part of the Himalaya