Not many people know, but Dayara has some of the best pastures in our country. It is so large, so wide and dot that no one prepares what lies in the next manger. The trip unfolds one kraal at a time. Unlike Ali-Bedni’s journey, where you can see the entire mountain range, Dayara Bugyal is full of suspicions.
Each kraal presents a different experience. Sometimes you come across abandoned shepherds’ huts, and sometimes you are greeted with a spectacular view. The departure of Dayara Bugyal keeps you guessing.
But these are not the only mountains. Witnessing the snowfall in the mountains is a list of all travelers. A trip that looks amazing both in winter, as well as in the summer, is an added bonus. One such trip is Dayara Bugyal. The snow-covered highways, the rugged jungle trails of the Oak, Maple and Rhododendrons, the spectacular views of Bandarpoonch, the Draupadi of Danda and the Shrikhand Mahadev, with a variety of landscapes around Dayara Bugyal are still the lowest routes to Trekkand in Uttar.
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About the Dayara Bugyal Trek
Located in Uttarkashi District of Uttarakhand, Dayara Bugyal stands at an altitude of more than 10,000 ft / 3048 m. This trip to the Garhwal Himalayas has become one of the most popular hiking trails with dense jungles open to a vast green pasture.
Dayara Bugyal’s departure starts from the village of Barsu. Pedestrians can enjoy the beautiful scenery of a stream flowing where they can stop and capture a beautiful view. Going forward, the trek to Dayara Bugyal continues and up into the high forest of maple and oak trees. One will not find any animals there except for a happy mountain dog that can accompany you throughout the journey. There is a good chance of camping near Barnala Tal. As you climb higher, the forest begins to fall out and all you have left is the wide, full, trembling, and rich pasture of Dayara Bugyal.
Dayara Bugyal Trekking Tours Highlights
Relax and enjoy a peaceful time by camping on the beach in Barnala Tal.
Meet wildlife, while walking on oak and pine roads.
experience snow-covered peaks such as Bandarpoonch, Bhagirathi and Black Peak
Suitable for first-time travelers:
Dayara Bugyal falls under the easy-to-measure category for first-time hikers looking for a particular winter experience. If that does not mean you should not be prepared for such a move, regular physical activity and running can be helpful if you are training for one month ahead of time.
Ways to make you fall for its beauty:
Large snow capped meadows are certainly some of the highlights you can look forward to without having to look at the mountains in this direction. The snow-covered Bugyals look complicated when they are covered by the first rays of the sun. The meadows are the most attractive in summer and winter. The high-altitude highlands of Uttarakhand are places that are the focus of our best travel in the region. These are the highlands of the Bugyal-fecund grassland hidden in the foothills of the mountains where shepherds take their flocks in the summer days before the winter snow gives them a fall.
Oak and Maple Art Forests:
Uttarakhand has always been famous for its combination of Oak and Maple forests. On the Dayara Bugyal trail, you will see some of the art trees with complete illustrations. There are also other rhododendrons trees that add to the beauty of the surrounding area. Walking through the open pastures of Dayara will take you out of the world of its natural greenery, the rugged wilderness of oak forests, and somewhere far away, the breathless panorama is slowly unraveling.
Jaw-dropping mountain View:
Walking in such a beautiful place with the spectacular views of Bandarpoonch and other peaks, you will fail to realize that you are finally at the top. You can also see a slightly overflowing water stream. Bandarpoonch seems to be a heartwarming distance. Route and take you to Gidara pass. Passing divides the paths to Pichkiya and Gidara Bugyal.
The Best Time to Visit the Dayara Bugyal Trek
April to June (summer) and winter (October to December)
Summer: The climate is mild; not too cold and not too hot. During the summer, peaks are always visible. Wearing light wool is advisable.
Monsoon: One of the best times yet to be the worst on foot, because there are opportunities to block roads due to landslides, but a good idea should put you at risk.
Winter: The area receives heavy snow throughout December and January, which in winter is the best time to travel.