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Swargarohini trek is the only trek which allows trekkers to go deep inside the Greater Himalaya. This trek is famous for enchanting rocky views and exhaustive conditions. The trek starts from Badrinath/ Mana Village along with Alaknanda River. The Satopanth trek has its own story related to our ancient epic Mahabharata .This Satopanth trek was used by Pandava’s to reach heaven. The whole trek of 27 kms is gentle, ascending and guides you just at the bottom of Swarg Rohini mountain where the beautiful glacier lake is situated.

It is believed that it was the last trekking span followed by Pandava’s on their way to heaven. The trek passes beneath many prominent greater Himalayan Mountains like neelkanth etc.. Crossing many seasonal glaciers and perennial glaciers, meadows, rivulets, stream falls and prominent places. The High Himalayan mountains on both sides of the trek, steep ridges and many unseen amazing views on the path of trek route takes one deep inside the greater Himalayas. One can experience unique vegetation as the trek is located in partial Himalayan Desert zone

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TREK TYPE Strenuous/ Hard Trek
HIGHEST ELEVATION POINT  4700 mts above sea level.
TOTAL TREK LENGTH 54 kms ascending & descending.
TOTAL TIME DURATION  8 to 10 days. From Delhi to Delhi.
BEST TIME TO VISIT  May, June and Mid August to Mid October.
LOCATION Deep inside Badrinath valley of Chamoli district, Uttarakhand.

The Badrinath Temple region:–The Badrinath temple at the height of 3200 mts and is one of the most important, and holy place in Hind region. The Badrinath temple devoted to Lord Vishnu stands at the Bank of River Alaknanda.

The Badrinath region is alpine zone of Alaknanda valley surrounded by huge mountains from all side. A quick bath in natural Hot water ponds / hot water springs refreshes one’s body and mind for further trek to Satopanth.

Trekkers can rest here to get themselves acclimatized to enter the deep Himalayas.

Mana Village:-Mana village is at the height of 3220 mts and is the last village of the Alaknanda valley with close proximity to China Border. It is a heritage village where villagers who are basically from Bhutia tribe stay for half the year i.e. from May to October as for the rest of the year the region is covered with deep snow making human survival impossible. . Tourists/ Trekkers can enjoy stay in Mana and can see their tradition and culture under village tourism concept there are some other places also to see like Bhim Pul, Vyas Gufa and the thrilling sight of river Saraswati.

Anand Van:-Anand van is at the height of 3500 mts above sea level dazzling one with the view of Alaknanda’s source. Trekkers arrive at place which is covered by many types of Alpine flowers which innately compels one to stop and inhale the beauty around.

Laxshmi Van:-At a height of 3700 mts above sea level is a beautiful little meadow on the bank of Alaknanda surrounded by huge rocky mountains. Close view of rocks and meandering way of river create a mesmerizing picture from Laxmi Van. Scattered bhoj patra trees attract ones attention. It is believed that Draupadi renounced her body here on the way to Heaven.

Sahastradhara: At a height of 4000 mts is a place where thousands of water droppings fall together from melting snow of Mountain Neelkanth of the Greater Himalayan range.

Chakratirth: –At a height of 4500 mts is the last camping place on this camping trek encircled by glaciers. This is the place where Arjuna attained salvation.

Satopanth Lake: –At a height of 4600 mts is a glacial lake small but beautiful at the bottom of Swargarohini mountain. The lake is surrounded by lofty snow clad mountain peaks like Parvati, Chaukhamba One.

Vasudhara Fall.:–One can also have a view of Vasudhara a 100 mts high waterfall on the trek route of Satopanth

ADVISABLE:-As the trek is highly strenuous so trekkers need to be physically and mentally prepared. We suggest one to practice some regular exercise and practice walk in advance enabling one to be prepared for this trek.

Adults above 50 years of age and children are not permitted to explore this particular trek.

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Day 1:-DELHI TO RISHIKESH

Delhi to Rishikesh a distance of 230 kms and a commuting time of 6 hrs.

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Day 2 :-

300 kms drive along river Ganga and its tributary Alaknanda way up to Badrinath..

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Day 3 :-

Rest to get acclimatized.

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Day 4:-BADRINATH/ MANA TO LAXMI

Trek from Badrinath/ Mana to Laxmi van a 10 kms trek.

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Day 5:-LAXMI VAN TO CHAKRATIRTH

Laxmi van to Chakratirth – 10 kms.

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Day 6:-CHAKRATIRTH TO SATOPANTH

Chakratirth to Satopanth and back to Chakratirth – 10 kms.

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Day 7:-CHAKRATIRTH TO LAXMI

Chakratirth to Laxmi van – 10 km.

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Day 8:-LAXMI VAN TO BADRINATH/ MANNA

Laxmi van to Badrinath/ Manna- 10kms.

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Day 9:-BADRINATH/MANA VILLAGE TO DELHI

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