Bisurital Trek

Bisurital trek is located in middle portion of Mandakini valley on Alpine region. Total trek is of 60 kilometre ascending and descending both sides. Highest elevation point on this trek is Bisuri Dhar (4100 metre ) which is surrounded by alpine meadows and snow clad mountains.

Bisurital is still untouched and unpopular trekking destination, weather here remains crystal clear, most of the time temperature is gentle except snowfall season. Its on popularity provides high probability to get acquainted with rare and endangered species of himalayan wildlife. The trek passes crossing dense forests, rivers, rivulets, streams, waterfalls, alpine meadows and rare wildlife etc. Gangotri greater Himalayan ranges appears just in hand distance from time to visit Bisurital is from march to december. Trekking starts from Chopta and the trek passes through Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary.


Day 1 : Delhi to - Alpine Adventure camp, Chopta

Day 2 : Alpine camp to Chitra gufa - 15 km trekking

Day 3 : Chitra Guffa to Bisurital - 15 km trekking

Day 4 : Bisurital to night halt place near river Akash Kamini -15 km trek

Day 5 : Night stay at River side in Tents (15 trek back to chopta)

Day 6 : River side toAlpine camp Chopta or Back to your Next Journey