The alpine meadow of Dayara bugyal stands around 12000 feet above sea level with a mesmerizing view of Kala Naag, Bandarpoonch, Srikhand Mahadev and Srikanth mountain peaks of the Himalayas. Bright and lush green gras ...
lands with a variety of flora that makes it colorful - widely acknowledged as Trek of the Year numerous times, this bugyal in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, and in the Gangotri valley is a home for trekkers from all across the world. This 28 kilometer trek (that shares base camps at Raithal and Barsu) villages of the Uttarkashi valley is known to have moderate climate in the summers and gets extremely cold with huge snowfall during the winters. The trek is open all throughout the year, except the monsoons and is widely acclaimed for its camping and skiing potential. Every year in the month of August, Dayara celebrates the Butter Festival where villagers from the adjoining areas join and celebrate Holi with milk, cream and butter.
What to do around Dayara Bugyal?
The 28 kilometer trek is ideal for amateur trekkers. With us arranging the logistics and support for you, one can easily complete the trek in two days (from base to base). Trek, jump, mesmerize in the beautiful landscape of the Dayara Bugyal while watching sunrise and sunsets fall on the mighty Himalayan panoramic view. In winters, skii around and have fun while camping in adventure. Nestled between the Deodar and Rhododendron trees and rich in flora and fauna you can always enjoy nature at its purest when you are here. Traveling to Harshil, Mukhba and Gangotri is always easy once you’re done with the trek
Fun Facts about Dayara Bugyal
Dayara has constantly been recognised as the Trek of the year in India and has been extremely popular amongst trekkers of all age groups. The minimum temperature in winters here goes below -10 degrees and one can witness an abundance of snowfall if it’s the right time.