For trekkers and tourists in the area, Uttarakhand will soon open less-used jungle pathways. The Uttarakhand Forest Department is prepared to provide travelers with distinctive trekking experiences this summer, including the least traveled trek routes in the dense coniferous woods of Chakrata, geological excursions at 1000 feet in Kharamba, and stargazing in Molta.
In reference to this, Yamuna Circle Forest Conservator Vinay Bhargav said that they have identified 15 distinct locations in the states where hikers can go. According to their preferences and planned length of stay, the guests will be able to choose from a variety of trails, he continued. He further added that one can opt for routes that involve trekking 2.5 km in a day to 65 km-long treks lasting a week, wherein trekkers will also get to stay in homestays and nature camps.
Among the 15 recognized trails, nine are rarely used by outsiders, have no human habitation, and are located in extremely dense forests. This was added by another knowledgeable authority. Along these pathways, visitors can also experience overnight in woodland rest homes from the British era.
Mysterious locations including Naada, Konain, Kudog, Daragad, Budher, Jakh, Deoban, Mundali, Kahtiyan, and Kanasar are among these sites. The project will begin with the modification and public opening of Thadiyar March, a 65 km long track that was created by the British to teach trainee forest service probationers about the complexities of forestry. In the Chakrata region, the trek will lead you through lovely hills with elevations ranging from 542 meters to 3,067 meters.