The Roopkund Trek is to a Himalayan explorer what the movie 'Sholay' is to a hardcore Bollywood buff. Just like Sholay is the total Bollywood performer (it has action, comedy, drama, romance), Roopkund is the prototypical Himalayan trek. This trek has snowcaps, meadows, lakes, folklore; forests, and yes, it has an intriguing flashback too. Roopkund is a stack lake, lying in the Garhwal Himalayas in the Chamoli region of the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Situated at a high altitude, the lake remnants frozen almost all through the year. Roopkund is also called the 'Mystery Lake', or the 'Skeletal Lake', on explanation of the extra than a hardly any hundred human skeletons found spotted in and approximately the lake. Bedni Bugyal and Bhaguawasa are the majority good-looking places in this trek. Witness the very beautiful "Bramhakamal" is a luxury to the eyes.
They talk concerning the thrilling climb over snowstorm to reach the frame lake of Roopkund. Some of them also talk about the trek from side to side the oak forests near Wan and a few go on to talk concerning the climb to Junargali (a ridge further than and higher than Roopkund). Honestly, very few in reality express the Roopkund trail for what it is worth. The trekking trail in the inferior altitude goes from side to side interior vilalges, in the Banj Oak and then Kharsu Oak jungles to finally Rhododendrons. Approximately ~ 3300m/11000 ft the Tree Line recede and alpine meadow or nearby called “Bugiyal” starts. Extensive meadow, normal to this altitude in Himalaya, but this charming span needs a particular mention. Mighty Himalayan peaks peep at the back the wild blossom carpeted green slopes. On higher elevation barren rocky scope coupled with snowfall and ice ignite the adventurous mind. Trishul and Nandaghunti peaks cordon the region while Mrigthuni Chowkhamba, Neelkanth and other peak set the background.