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Dayara Bugyal - Dodital Trek

- Popular Names: DayaraDodital

Dayara Bugyal - Dodital Trek

- Popular Names: DayaraDodital

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  • Duration: 7 Days, Rishikesh to Rishikesh
  • Highest Altitude: 3786m
  • Grade: Moderate ( learn more )
  • Best Time: Mar - June, Sep - Dec
  • Terrain: forest, meadows, rocky, snow in winters
  • Activity Type: Trek
  • Trail Type: Same Exit Entry Point
  • Starts At: Barsu
  • Ends At: Sangam Chatti
  • Region: India - Uttrakhand
  • Country: India
  • Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehraoon, Uttrakhand
  • Nearest Rail Head: Rishikesh, Uttarakhand
  • Mobile Network: BNSL, sparsely
  • Internet Option: No
  • Temperatures:
  • Is Cloak Room Available: No
  • Generic Food Menu: Indian, Garhwali

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WE MOSTLY ORGANIZE CUSTOMIZED PRIVATE GROUPS FOR THIS TREK.

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ALSO, If we have a OPEN GROUP TO JOIN CLOSER TO YOUR PREFERED DATES, WE WILL LET YOU KNOW IN REPLY TO THE REQUEST FORM

Introduction To The Dayara Bugyal - Dodital Trek
- Popular Names: DayaraDodital

The Dayara Bugyal Dodital trek follows the same route as the Dayara Bugyal trek, but exits from the other side to the Asi Ganga Valley touching the pristine beauty of the Dodital. The route climbs to Dayara Bugyal, explores arund it and the treks down to the river side camp beside the Asi river. It then climbs up to the Dodital, Darwa top, before exiting to the road head of Sangam Chatti.

 

Dayara Bugyal:

Dayara bugyal is a classic, picturesque meadow in the Garhwal Himalayas. Its a wide expanse of lush green meadow with its never ending humps and hovered over by white peaks of Banderpoonch, Kalanag, Srikhand, Draupadi Ka Danda, etc.

Its an all season trek, and in each season this trek is a beauty. The winter pours down heavy snowfall and puts a thick cover of snow on the Dayara Bugyal, making it a snow ski destination. That makes Dayara Bugyal not just a trekker's delight, but also skiers. Dayara bugyal is also a super snow trek. When the blanket of snow takes off the surface slowly, the moist meadow of Dayara makes a good ground for colourful flowers to to bloom on it making Dayara a beautiful colourful meadow. The monsoon rains further sharpens the green hue of the grasses and the cycle repeats throughout the year making Dayara Bugyal a very picturesque trek in the Garhwal.

 

Dodital

A peaceful lake amidst the forest surrounded by tall trees. Rare Himalayan trout fish swims in it with full elegance. The temple of Lord Ganesha adds a spiritual aspect to the site.

 

Mythological Belief Of Dodital:

As per the legend, Dodital is the very place in Hindu mythology where the epic act of Lord Ganesha -  a very important Hindu God with the body of a human and head of an Elephant, was born. It is believed that Parvati, Ganesha's mother wanted to take bath and had ordered Ganesha, her son to guard the site. Ganesha was the son of Lord Shiva (The Hindu God of Destruction ) and Parvati, but Lord Shiva was unknown of the fact that Ganesha was his son, as he was born in his absence. When Parvati was taking bath, Lord Shiva returned from his yatra and was obstructed bravely and aggressively by Ganesha. This made Lord Shiva very angry and he cut off Ganesha's head. When Parvati saw this, she broke down and got angry with Lord Shiva, and wanted to destroy the entire creation. She wanted Lord Shiva to undo his act, which had become a very difficult problem to solve. Lord Brahma (Hindu God Of Creation ) intervened to rescue the crisis and suggested Parvati to reconsider her decision. Parvati had 2 wishes to be fulfilled - Firstly Ganesha be brought back to life and secondly Ganesha to be worshiped before offering puja to any other God. On this, Lord Shiva came out with a solution that any animal's head could be used to bring back life to Ganesha and he advised his soldiers to bring the head of the first animal they sighted, facing North. Soon his helpers started to look out for that animal and they returned with an Elephant's head which was fixed on Ganesha's torso and he came back to life.

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We believe that a smaller group gives you the best of the Himalayan Experience and specialize in organizing customized groups for the Dayara Bugyal - Dodital Trek. Do get in touch with us if you want us to arrange this trek for you.

You can use the link - Customized Plan For Dayara Bugyal - Dodital Trek to drop us an email with your specific requirements and service required. We will get back to you with the detailed plan and quotation as per the group size and service requested.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1From Rishikesh To Barsu, Via - Uttarkashi

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Brief Details Of The Day:

Early morning take the scenic mountainous drive to Barsu via Uttarkashi. It takes about 8 hours to reach.

Once you reach, you will be greeted with one of our staff. Team introduction happens over a cup of coffee and snacks and with that, we will also share few details on the trek. We will issue the personal equipment to you to be used on the trek and returned at the end.

A hot tasty dinner and then our bed calls us. Tomorrow we will start our trek, and we need good rest today, specially for our spinning head after the long drive.

Accommodation: Hotel / Barsu
Meals: Evening Snacks, Dinner

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Day 2From Barsu To Dayara Bugyal, Via - Barnala Lake

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Brief Details Of The Day:

Today is the starting day of our Dayara Bugyal trek. Its an easy and short day today. It takes about 3 hours for us to reach the campsite of the Barnala Lake. Barnala is a very beautiful campsite with a lake. The peaks of Banderpoonch, Kalanag are prminent peaks from here

From Barnala, the climb sometimes get steeper, which otherwise remains graual and moderate. With the gain of the height, the views become more prominent and a wide panorama opens way to treat your eyes.

Spend the evening relaxing around in the Dayara Thatch 

Accommodation: Tents / Dayara
Meals: All Meals

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Day 3From Dayara To Sirya Thatch, Via - Sirya Top

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Brief Details Of The Day:

Take your time to explore the corners of the Dayara Bugyal. Trek to Sirya Thatch to camp for the night.

In the evening, we will take an excursion to the Sirya Top. The view remain the same.

Accommodation: Tents / Sirya Thatch
Meals: All Meals

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Day 4From Sirya Thatch To Manjhi Lower Camp

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Brief Details Of The Day:

We will be descending to the Assi Ganga valley today to exit via Dodital route. Today will be the toughest part of our trek involving steep descends and climbs. The route from Sirya Thatch climbs down steeply to a stream. It then climbs up to the ridge to descend again to the Assi River Camp.

Accommodation: Tents / Manjhi Lower Camp
Meals: All Meals

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Day 5From Manjhi Lower Camp To Dodital

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We climb up to Dodital from Manjhi Lower Camp. Its an asy climb for the day.

Accommodation: Tents / Dodital
Meals: All Meals

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Day 6From Dodital To Majhi Upper Camp, Via - Darwa Top

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Brief Details Of The Day:

Today we reach the highest point on our Dodital Trek. We trek to the top of the Darwa pass which takes trekkers to the other side of the valley - The Hanuman Ganga valley.

The climb is steep starting from the Dodital and takes an effort of 3 hours to reach the top. The trail is straight forward, but is steep and is a mixed terrain of small rocks and grasses.

From the top, we get great views of Banderpoonch and also see the Hanuman Ganga valley on the other side. For those who are on the Dodital Yamunotri trek, the cross over the pass and descend on the other side to the campsite of Seems. Another route from here goes to the Bamsaru Khal almost touching the base of Banderpoonch

After spending some good time here, we descend down to the campsite of Dodital, and then further to Manjhi

Accommodation: Tents / Manjhi
Meals: All Meals

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Day 7From Manjhi To Sangam Chatti, Via - Bevra, Aghora

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Brief Details Of The Day:

We have completed our trek to Dayara and Dodital and we will now return from this beautiful place. We start our tre on a well laiden trail to the roadhead of Sangam Chatti, passing by the villages of Bevra and Aghora.

Accommodation: Hotel / Sangam Chatti
Meals: All Meals

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Day 8From Sangam Chatti To Rishikesh, Via - Uttarkashi

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  • Sangam Chatti: 1600 meters / 5280 feets
  • Uttarkashi: 1450 meters / 4785 feets
  • Rishikesh: 552 meters / 1822 feets
  • Approximate Distance: 200 Km
  • Approximate Time: 8 - 9 hours
  • Day's Activity: Drive
Brief Details Of The Day:

We board our vehicles to take us down to Rishikesh and then further back to our home. If you have time, consider river rafting or Bunjee jumping in Rishikesh

Accommodation: None
Meals: Breakfast

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Route Maps
Dayara Trek Route Map Dayara Dodital Trek Route Map Dayara Dodital Trek Route Map Dayara Dodital Yamunotri Trek Route Map
Elevation Profile
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