Chopta, in Uttarakhand a small hamlet, is the heaven of trekkers. Trip base camps like Tugnanath, Deoria Tal, and Chandrashila in Chopta are ideal places for midwater walking tours and skills. Chopta promises to expand your borders, life-changing. In Tugnanath, around 3.5 km from Chopta, is the third temple of Panch Kedar. It is soul-fulfilling to camp in Chopta’s open grassy meadows, softly sloping, between the alpine, pine, deodar, and rhododendron trees. The panoramic views in Chopta dominate the snow-covered peaks of Trishul, Nanda Devi as well as Chaukhambha.
1. Tungnath Temple
Tungnath Temple is the world’s highest Shiva temple at a height of 3,680 meters, located among the wondrous Tungnath Mountains in the Rudraprayag district. It is one of the Panch Kedars and is thought to have been almost 1000 years old in an ancient era. Arjuna, the third of Pandavas brothers, established the foundation for this temple. It was built in northern Indian architecture style and has twelve other shrines around the temple. It was built. The place where Lord Ram meditates is connected with many histories that liberate himself from the Curse of Brahmahatya to kill Ravana. There are many accounts. This exquisite beauty stands out for its location in wide mountain ranges and its religious importance, which over the last five years has attracted thousands of Hindu pilgrims from all over the world. Adventure lovers can visit this fantastic location because they will have a great time walking to the temple. It is a perfect mix of spirituality, beauty, and serenity, making it an ideal holiday for all tourists.
2. Deori Tal
On a 2 km trek through the village of Sari, Deoria Tal is located on a Ukhimath-Gopeshwar road. To visit the Deoria Valley is a healthy experience, through your camera and, if possible, conversing with the villagers, to pick up snippets of your everyday lives. The lake is surrounded by many pines, which clearly reflect these pines and the peaks of Chaukhamba. The lake itself is one of Chopta’s main attractions and is crowded by tonnes of people during the peak season.
3. Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek
Tungnath is known as the point of departure of popular Chopta Trek Chandrashila, a quaint Uttarakhand village. At 2680m in height, this town is surrounded by pine, deodar, and rhododendron forests with evergreen forests. This is one of the easiest treks in the Himalayan and is therefore advisable for the first time. The walk takes you from Haridwar to Chandrashila, a big region. The walk starts at an altitude of 2,440 m from the sacred town of Haridwar towards Devarivatal Lake. Here is a beautiful view of the ranges of the Chaukhamba. As you go further, you find Chopta, 3000m in height. Then, at an altitude of 3,680 m, comes Tungnath. Lastly, the beautiful Top Chadrashila reaches 4130 m above sea level. The temples of Tungnath and Chandrashila give you a 360-degree view of the valleys below. During the trek, all are covered in the Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, Nilkanth as well as Kedarnath peaks.
4. Kanchula Korak Musk Deer Sanctuary
This Kanchula deer musk shrine houses, above all, the famous Musk Deer and an abundance of luscious green vegetation that is said to have yet to be scientifically classified in numerous varieties by the locals. Ranging over an area of 5 square kilometers, you can spend your day here and enjoy a couple of junctions to discover the site.
5. Ukhimath Rudraprayag
Ujimath is also known as the Kedarnath winter and is known for the Temple of Lord Siva which in winter shuts down the Lord. Ukhimath is also a beautiful hilltop with great Himalayan scenery. The hill stop attracts devotees and travelers from all over the country and the state on the lower reaches of the Uttarakhand district of Rudraprayag, located at 1300 meters above sea level. Ukhimath is a deeply religious town with spirituality and devotion on its paths and is home to Lord Kedarnath and Lord Madhyamaheswar in winter, in which Kedarnath becomes unavailable due to heavy snowfalls. Ukhimath also has some excellent panoramic views of the snow-covered Himalayan peaks. It has been a solid place for a long time and a spirituality of a major religious center
In the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand is Makkumath, a picturesque village situated 2100 meters high. Makkumath is a bird lover’s paradise and home to rare Himalayan species and a perfect place to relax. This picturesque hamlet is surrounded by luxuriant green mountains covered by evergreen high oaks, rhododendrons, and deodar forests and a peaceful setting with peace and greenery.