Nested in the Kedarnath Valley, Chopta is an acclaimed destination for travelers who are looking for adventure, peace and comfort. A land of meadows and home to the highest temple of Lord Shiva in the world, with two ...
f the most popular treks full of meadows, grasslands, forests and house full of flora and fauna, this space also known as the Mini Switzerland of India keeps changing it’s scape with season. Warm in the summers with a golden tint to the surroundings and extremely cold with a white rush over the valley, Chopta is known for its scenic views of the Himalayas, a stellar insight to the milky way and its spiritual and natural connection towards oneness. Also, chopta is the home base for Forest Eco Resort group.
What to do in Chopta?
Chopta is a powerhouse of adventure. Camping and Trekking, being the most wildly happening in the region offer opportunities to thousands of adventure enthusiasts. Basic treks for beginners - Tunganath, Chandrashilla and Deoriatal offering wide panoramic views of the Himalayas are favorites to people who believe in the power of nature and want to capture it. Else than this, Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, where in lies Chopta is a home to hundreds of wild species of flora and fauna and sighting these for wildlife enthusiasts has been a passion for over a decade.
Fun Facts about Chopta
There are actually two hill stations with the same name - Chopta that lie 77 kilometers away. The main Chopta, with no fixed ‘best’ time to visit, is always open for travelers is the base to Chandrashila. The climate of the region isn’t harsh anytime thus provides a comfort zone to travelers of all age groups. Directly connected to the Panch Kedars in a vicinity of a hundred kilometers, its a center point for spiritual enthusiasts who are willing to travel to Kedarnath, Madhyamaheshwar or even Triyuginarayan temple.
Behold in the lush greens, nested in the lap of Himalayas, one destination that no one can ignore if they really love the mountains, Yes, we are talking about paradise - The Chopta Valley. Surrounded by mountain peaks, with meadows (bugyals), home to the highest Shiva temple in the world and with spectacular views, highlights and too much to explore, Chopta remains a prime attraction to travelers and tourists who are spiritually oriented towar