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Uttarakhand: Uttarakhand will open 15 little-known jungle trails for trekkers from April. india news

Dehradun: Treks Like Never Seen trails in dense conifers forests From Chakrata to stargazing at Molta and a 1,000-feet geological walk to Kharamba, the highest point in the Doon Valley, the Uttarakhand Forest Department is all set to offer unique trekking experiences to travelers this summer.
Conservator of Forests of Yamuna Mandal Vinay Bhargava “We have identified 15 different places in the forests of the states where people can go trekking. They can choose the trails based on the duration of their vacation, choosing routes that range from 2.5 km trekking in a day to 65 km long trekking lasting a week. In six such ways, Trekker One can avail homestays and stay in nature camps”.
Another official said, “Of the 15 routes identified, nine are rarely visited by outsiders and have no human habitation. These are located in very dense forests. Visitors can walk along these trails to the British era.” One can also experience living in forest rest houses.
Some of the sites include lesser known places like Nada, Konain, Kudog, Daragarh, Budher, Jakh, Deoban, Mundali, Kahitian and Kanasar. Initially, a 65-km-long trail called Thadiyar March, which was developed by the British to educate young Forest Service probationers about the nuances of forestry, will be modified and tentatively opened to the public from April Will go The trail crosses picturesque hills in the Chakrata region with altitudes ranging from 542m to 3,067m. DFO Chakrata“Chakrata is famous for Asia’s oldest deodar woodlands, archaeological sites and diverse avian population,” said Kalyani Negi.


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