Dayara Bugyal Trek Uttarakhand India

Overview of Dayara Bugyal Trek.

Trek Location: Garhwal Region Uttarakhand

Duration: 5 days

Best Season: All Season (except July and August)

Altitude: 3850 mts

Total Trekking: 30 K.M

Difficulty Level: Easy 

Dayara Bugyal is considered as one of the most spectacular meadows in India. The term “Bugyal” in the local dialect means high altitude pasture land. Dayara Bugyal is considered to be one of the most beautiful and breathtaking treks in Uttarakhand, because of the highland meadows. In terms of difficulty level, Dayara Bugyal is an easy trek, which means it is perfect for beginners.

Located in District Uttarkashi of Uttrakhand, Dayara Bugyal stands at an elevation of above 10,000 ft/3048 m. This trek in the Garhwal Himalayas has become one of the most popular trekking routes with thick forests that open to a huge lush green meadow.

The trekking for Dayara Bugyal starts from the village of Barsu. Trekkers can enjoy beautiful views of a stream flowing where they can even halt and capture the picturesque sight. Moving ahead, the trekking trail to Dayara Bugyal further takes to the lush forest of maple and oak trees. One won’t find any animals there except a happy-go-lucky mountain dog which might accompany you throughout the trek. There are great camping opportunities along Barnala Tal. As you ascend more, the forest starts to clear out and all you are left with is a wide, sprawling, undulating, and lush meadow of Dayara Bugyal.

Route Plan

Rishikesh – Barsu – Barnala Bugyal – Dayara

Follows the same route for the return journey.

NOTE: Rishikesh to Barsu (Drive) Original trekking starts from Barsu.

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