Popularly known as the “Mystery Lake of Uttarakhand,” it is a must-trek for an avid trekker. If you are looking for trekking in India, then the Roopkund trek is a must-do. This trek is 53 kilometers long. In this trek, you climb from 8,000 ft to 16,000 ft over six days passing through deep, untouched forests, roaring waterfalls, breath-taking camps, miles of rolling meadows, snow and ice, and a taste of a great adventure. The trek starts from Lohajung and takes you up to a height of 16,499 feet, during which you can see the forest and Bedni Bugyal, the quaint village of Didna. Roopkund trek is a moderate trek, surrounded by beautiful views of mountain rivers, enchanting mountains, lush green forests, and beautiful meadows. The zig-zag and snowy trail offer spectacular views of Roopkund Lake, Nilganga River, and also offers a memorable meditation experience at the Kalu Vinayak Temple.
View of the royal twin peaks of Nanda Devi, Kamet, Dronagiri, and Hathi-Ghodi mountain and spotting the rare-yellow Himalayan magpie are the highlights of this trek
Starting from Lohajung, the Roopkund trek takes you through the small villages of Bedni Bugyal, Van, and Dedni, and also offers amazing views of the majestic summits of the Garhwal Himalayan peaks. This trek is a very important trek for Indians and trekkers want to experience by going on this trek.
Walk among hundreds of blooming rhododendrons and oaks, and spot Himalayan magpies as you approach the pristine Roopkund Lake and the Nilganga River. The view of the black stone Lord Ganesha inside the Kalu Vinayak Temple makes the trekking experience unforgettable.