The Valley of Flowers is over 10 kilometres long, 2 kilometres wide, and concave in shape, set amidst spectacular snow-clad mountains that stand in strong relief against the horizon. It is separated along its length by the Pushpawati, a small river, and other minor streams and waterfalls that flow down from glacier deposits to join it. At Ghangria, the Pushpawati meets the Laxman Ganga, which flows from Hemkund Sahib. This merged stream is known as the Laxman Ganga until it enters the Alaknanda at Govind Ghat.
Ghoradhungi, a large snow-covered peak, covers the valley at the opposite end. However, there is a historic path that over a glacier pass at a height Valley and finally goes to Niti, the last Indian settlement on the Tibetan border.
290 km drive(for ex-Haridwar) stay at Himalayan Abode Homestay.
22 km drive 12 km trek/Pony/Heli stay at Camp Valley of Flowers ,Hotel Nanda Lokpal or equivalent (3Ns)
5 km trek, one way stay at Camp Valley of Flowers ,Hotel Nanda Lokpal or equivalent (3Ns)
6 km trek, one way stay at Camp Valley of Flowers ,Hotel Nanda Lokpal or equivalent (3Ns)
12 km trek/Pony/Heli 22 or 35 km drive stay at Himalayan Abode Homestay or Mountain Rover, Auli@ @(Option for 1N in Auli at extra cost)
290 km drive (for ex-Haridwar)
NOTE : Ex-Haridwar trip option is available for minimum 04 pax group with pick-up at 6.30 am from Haridwar Railway station on Day 1 and late evening drop at Haridwar Railway Station on Day 6. At the time of booking, option to have 1N stay in Auli available at extra cost.
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