The popular Himalayan peaks such as Kedarnath, Nanda kot, Panchchuoli, Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba is a great place for visitors. A Binsar trek offers you to walk through mesmerizing realms. In the Kumaon, one of the most popular for picturesque beauty of the snow capped Himalayan ranges is Binsar. The highest vantage point of the Binsar wildlife is Binsar trek. You can see the most beautiful scenic views one can imagine and which one would like to revisit here. It is an idol trek for winter. All along the way you will pass through dense and rich forests of deodar, oak and pine along with variety of wildlife.
According to mythology, an engaged in a disagreement on who was the superior deity Lord Brahma VS Lord Vishnu. Then Lord Shiva solve the dispute appeared as a bright light and the two arguing deities were required to find its source. Where the light was seen the 12 places became revered with the passage of time. When these temples were built by this reason but Archeological survey of India (ASI) says that were constructed between the 9th and 18th centuries. In this way, you can see the pretty region in the good possible way. One can offer the Samadhi of popular freedom fighter Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali, construct in the midst of the Dudhatoli Sanctuary at Musa Kota.
Starts the trek at Binsar wildlife sanctuary, where you can see the number of animal and plant life. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas is the Jageshwar Temple. Jageshwar Temple is the famous Temple in the trek of Binsar. Kumaon invites you to enjoy the natural Beauty, tradition and cultures. The forests give you the scenic beauty and around are virgin of the snow capped Himalayan ranges. Everywhere you can found the Oak and rhododendron forests and surrounded by the ferns, hanging moss, alpine flora and species of wild flowers. Throughout you will enjoy the scenic beauty and the trek is full of life.
Day 01: Kathgodam to Binsar National Park
Your Binsar trek is starts to reach Sapteshwar Mahadev Temple, upon arrival in Binsar wildlife Sanctuary. After visiting the Temple, there is a small teashop by a beautiful stream where you can stop for a rest. Trekking all the way down to the floor is the other option of the valley. Crossing the stream over a pucca bridge, walk up north - west and descend to the valley floor. You will come to a lone mud hut about an hour ago best place for a break is a tea shop. The road turns gently to the north east from here. You take to Dhaulachina for a gradual descends on a well defined trek.
Day 02: Dhaulachina to Jageshwar / Jageshwar to Kathgodam
Drive to Kathgodam and Jwalabanj to main Jageshwar Temple. In the Gharwal region of Uttarakhand, where you see Mount Neelkanth and that of Mount Nampa which lies in Nepal. You will realize that Jageshwar Temple is nearby as you enter the tranquil and scenic forests of deodar trees. You will finally visit the holy place after trekking for sometime. The path come across the mountains is full of enormous boulders, which makes photography spots and amazing picnic spot. The drive will take you pass the famous hill station of Nainital.
HOW TO REACH
It is one of an old and main station in the district. Kathgodam has well connectivity to many places and include Delhi, Howrah and Lucknow.
By Bus: From ISBT Delhi Anand Vihar station to Kathgodam regular bus service is available. Buses drop you at Haldwani bus station which is twin town of Kathgodam.
By Train: Kathgodam is the nearest rail connection and then to Binsar by road.
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