Rohini Bugyal Trek
A tranquil meadow called Rohini Bugyal is tucked away in the Chopta Valley’s heavily forested region. Rohini Bugyal is a great place to set up camp while on the Deoria Tal to Chandrashila heights trip. Rohini Bugyal offers breathtaking views of the Garhwal Himalayas, including Kedarnath Peak, Chaukhamba, Nilkantha, Thaly Sagar, Kedar Dome, and more.
In the months of March and April, a scarlet blanket of rhododendron blossoms covers the trail leading to Rohini Bugyal to keep it safe. The only sounds you’ll hear here are the many bird chirps and the sound of pure rivers meandering through the mountains.
This is among the cleanest campgrounds you’ll ever find. Chicken watchers also prefer this area because you can see a variety of Himalayan and migrating birds there. You will be in awe of Rohini Bugyal’s sunrise and sunset.
How to reach Rohini Bugyal?
Drive to Sari Village, where the 3 kilometer hike to Deoria Tal begins. Deoria Tal is reached after hiking along a steadily uphill trail amid forests of oak, rhododendron, and alpine trees. The pathway is created neatly and is very wide.
Sari Village and Deoria Tal can be reached in just one and a half hours. Deoria Tal is a stunning lake tucked away among highland meadows, with a few cabins nearby that offer lodging.
Deoria Tal is located at a height of 2400 meters above sea level and has the impressive Chaukhamba peaks as its picturesque scenery. This lake’s crystal-clear waters mimic the Himalayan range, leaving you with a memory that will last a lifetime.
There are various downs and ups throughout this section of the Rohini Bugyal route, although there aren’t many hard climbs. The route travels through some of the most stunning woodlands, which are home to a diverse range of plants. Rhodedendrons in shades of red and pink will welcome you at every turn.
While hiking to Rohini Bugyal, you must cross Jhandi Dhar. A ridgetop called Jhandi Dhar (2,650 meters) provides unobstructed views of Chaukhambha Peaks and Kedar Dome. After a few kilometers of hiking, Chandrashila Peaks also come into view.
Carry extra water because there aren’t many water stations along this section. For this hike, it is advised to have two water bottles. At a height of 2730 meters above sea level, Rohini Bugyal is a little meadow but a lovely campsite that provides breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas.
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What are the views from Rohini Bugyal and why to camp there?
There are good arguments to camp there according to Rohini Bughyal. It is one of the most serene places, tucked away in Chopta Valley’s thick forest. A breathtaking view of highlands and forests can treat your eyes, heart, mind, and soul.
While trekking through the Chopta jungle, which connects Deoriatal and Chandrashila, you can find this fantastic campground. They were in awe when you landed at Rohini Bughyal. They were met by a tranquil, isolated meadow that was encircled by the most exquisite rhododendron forests.
The horizon is dominated by the imposing peaks of Kala Parvat. As the sun sets, they spectacularly light up. The unrivaled sunset view is one of the best parts of camping here.
The campsite at Rohini Bughyal is also among the prettiest. Nature at her most subdued finest. There is nothing but the sound of birds tweeting and wind blowing through the forest trees. It is not a Monumental endeavor to observe a diversity of Himalayan birds from such a camp. To view birds in this area, it is a smart option to have binoculars with you.
What are the Inclusion and Exclusions of our Rohini Bugyal Trek Package?
- 02 nights’ lodging in Chopta Eco Resort in single and double occupancy
- Lodging for one night in Alpine Tents at Deoria in double and triple occupancy
- Vegetarian Dinner
- Lunch (Packed)
- Evening/morning tea
- Evening tea and appetizers (veg)
- Soup during the bonfire
- Personal Guide
- traveling to and from Rishikesh
- Personal Expenses of Any Sort
- hiking gear (hiking boots, trekking rods)
- Any fees associated with emergency rescue
- Wagons or servants for personal or baggage use
- anything not expressly stated under the heading