Garhwal has been described as "the most beautiful land in the mountains of the Asian sub - continent" by Dr. T. Longstaff, world renowned mountaineer, naturalist and trekker. Apart from the four holy shrines of the Hindus- Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri, Garhwal has much more to offer. The fresh virginity of the unspoiled natural beauty is Garhwal.
The Garhwal is one of the frequently visited areas in the Himalayas. It lies between the Punjab to the West and the Nepal Himalayas to the East. This is one area in the Himalayas, which has something to offer to all the mountaineers, the trekkers, the naturalist and the photographer. As Garhwal houses some of the holiest of Hindu shrines, it attracts millions of pilgrims every yearfrom all over the Indian sub-continent. The Garhwal Himalayas have attracted mountaineers from all over the world, to attempt and scale the mighty peaks in this region. A Garhwal trekking tour in this area, combined with visits to the holy temples of Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath and Yamunotri, will add spiritual experience of the Himalayas as you watch the stream of people bathing and lining up in front of the temples to have a view of holy shrine, and to wash away, the sins of a lifetime.
Garhwal Himalayas (30029 Sq. Km.), comprising six districts, it is mostly famous for Adventures sports / holidays and pilgrimage center , the past of Garhwal Himalayas is exciting with its on glorious history.The Alaknanda river marks the great central line of lowest elevation, receiving rivers on either side. Trekking options in Garhwal Himalayas are unlimited, they are not bound by any season.