Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
All types of forest permits
Experienced crew and staff
Bhramatal trek is one of a kind, it offers views to unparalleled levels. It offers two alpine lakes which are more than a lottery for those who spotting even one alpine lake is considered a great experience, here it is two on both sides. The lakes are so pure and straight out of wallpaper views, you come to know these are more real than anywhere. You get a panoramic view of the Trishul, and Nanda ghunti from there, add to it the bird’s eye view of the great Roopkund. All around you can see the thick blanket of snow-covered peaks, you will not be able to see footprints as they get covered quite fast. The trek to Bhramatal takes you through many Himalayan hamlets, gorges, river streams, bridges, lakes, conifers, oak forests, and wild animals. Bhramatal is known as snow trekking destination thanks to its height, and the region in which the snowfall is above normal levels, it is more beautiful than other trekking destinations due to its white snow-covered trekking route. Bharmatal snow trekking can be made even in the peak snow seasons of January and February. Other easier options for snowtime trekking are Kedarkantha, Tungnath, Kuari pass, and Chopta.
Bhramatal trek takes you through the snow meadows in between and on both sides of the snow-covered mountain are the two lakes, Bhramatal and Bekhal Tal which are equally good. The Sunset is an event one should look forward to from here as the view is extremely mesmerizing from the top, especially from October to March. Overlooking the Mundoli the wide valley and the borders of Uttarakhand’s twin regions, Garhwal and Kumaon. Further up is Jatropani peak from Bharamatal campsite, it is considered the big brother of Bhramatal and is on the west ridge. The view from Jatropani is mesmerizing too with large mountains such as Chaukhamba, Neelakantha, and Kamet. On the way, you can Mrighutuni, Devkoti, and Kamet mountains. Bhramatal trek has everything one can look for, it has shadowy forests, snow mountains, snow-covered meadows, and campsites near the lake. You can camp right next to the lake if there is no proper snow in the region, it stands at approx. 12,200 ft and is not so difficult level to encourage newbie trekkers. Snowfall is rampant in the season, all leaves of the trees are covered and dripping snow from the leaves makes for a great view. The trek lets you go through Himalayan hamlets, the local farming lands, the sounds of goats, birds, and the ever-active Himalayan butterflies. If you are making the trip on snowtime your fitness will be tested before allowing it as it gets a lot more difficult. Lohajung a small village is the base camp for this trekking destination and also the more famous Roopkund trek, and all.
Upon your appearance in Kathgodam early morning, you will be picked from the railroad station or transport stand. You will make a trip for 9 hours to arrive at Lohajung which is 225 KM away from Kathgodam. By late evening, you will arrive at Lohajung where you will remain around evening time in a visitor house
The present trip will begin after breakfast. Begin the excursion to Bekaltal. In transit, let your eyes partake in a few dazzling perspectives on Nandaghunti Peak. Journey across the timberlands of oaks and firs. Close the 4-5 hours in length journey after you arrive at Bekaltal. The complete distance you cover would be 8 KMs. Remain for the time being in tents.
Partake in the snow-shrouded pathways that let you arrive at Brahmatal. It will require about 4 hours to finish the journey. The paths go through a woodland and when you arrive at Telindi top, observe the captivating perspectives on the powerful Himalayas. Keep strolling to show up in Brahmatal or Khabekhal Lake at long last. Remain for the time being in tents.
Just after breakfast, prepare to move to the highest point of Brahmatal. Track along the interesting pathways which go through Chota Jhandidar and Bada Jhandidar. This trail is surrounded by a mountain edge with valleys on the two sides. It will require 2.5 hours to arrive at Brahmatal Top. On this excursion, revel in the brief looks at great Himalayan Ranges. Mt. Trishul is exceptionally close alongside the perspectives on Nandhaghunti. From the top, you can delight in the colorful perspectives on snow covered Himalayan Ranges. Continue to the following camping area in Daldum and the journey will require as long as 3 hours to wrap up. 2.7 KM will be the distance you would cover with this trip. Once more, woodlands will be going with you through these journeying trails..
Today, you will trail back to Lohajung along a similar way you took to arrive at Brahmatal. When you arrive at here, registration to your visitor house and take a rest.
Drive distance: 260 km | Drive duration: 10-11 hr You will reach Rishikesh by 6-7 pm.
At first, you have to arrive at Rishikesh, after that THC crew will deal with your further itinerary.
1. Take Cab/Bus/Train to reach Rishikesh
2. We generally suggest going for the govt. Transports over the private ones outside the bus stop as founded on the experience we have observed that there are exceptionally high possibilities of delay to reach destination and charges are a bit high . Likewise, govt. Transports are more trustworthy. Whichever transport you take, simply try to arrive at Rishikesh to at least by 05:30 am
first you need to arrive at Rishikesh, after that THC will deal with your further itinerary.
3. Take flight to Dehradun air terminal (Jolly Grant Airport) and drive to Rishikesh (20 km, 30 min), In case you are coming by flight, come one day ahead of schedule.
After morning tea move further to Rishikesh (breakfast and lunch on the way) Reach Rishikesh by 6:30 pm Drop off point is Roadways Bus station Plan your further travel after 7:00 pm.
Cancelling a trek/tour in himalayas is like a real pain when you have been planning of it since a long time. So to make it more convenient for the trekkers we introduce easy cancellation policy. This Policy is effective only as per your booking date.
1. If you are cancelling your trek prior 15 days from your trek date, then we provide you with the FULL REFUND.
2. If you are cancelling your trek within 15 days from your trek date, then there will be NO REFUND.
3. If you want to change the date of your trek, then it should only be done before 20 days from your trek date.
4. THC holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.
5. If we cancel/postpone our trek on the day of departure due to uncertain natural calamity or circumstances I( landslide, heavy rain ) in that case your total amount that you paid prior would be refunded within 3 working days.
The Brahmatal journey begins from Katgodam with Lohajung filling in as the headquarters. Set completely near a few significant mountain ranges and pinnacles, this journey tail in Garhwal Himalayan locale in Uttarakhand's Chamoli region offers you a nearby perspective on the pinnacles of Kumaon division, alongside Trishul, Nanda Ghunti, Hathi-Ghoda tops and some more. Albeit the trip takes you to a fantastic level of 12,100 ft, the journey is liked by the novices travelers as well as the expert travelers with an extraordinary parcel of involvement with traveling. The Brahmatal journey is of 6-day span with a consistent grade all through. With 4 to 5 hours of journeying for 4 days, you cover around 30kms of mountain landscape which goes through gorgeous high woods, glades, valleys and immense stretches of snow-covered mountain territory. Since it tends to be finished by anybody with fundamental wellness, this journey is viewed as somewhere close to simple and moderate concerning trouble. The trip trail is wonderful and has many fascinating elements with regards to the actual course, that they itself become the explanation of why one ought to take the Brahmatal journey. With all of that, the 360-Degrees all encompassing perspective from the Brahmatal highest point is by all accounts a special reward, a magnificent one rather.
Lohajung's name was derived from two words, Loha, Iron in English, and Jung a war, it is believed Goddess Parvati killed a demon called Lohasu here in war, hence the name Lohajung. Here you can purchase or rent whatever trekking equipment you need for your onward journey.