By : Kunal Thakurani

8 Offbeat Gems In Uttarakhand For Adventurous Souls


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Nestled in the Kumaon region, Munsiyari boasts panoramic views of the Panchachuli peaks, offering a haven for trekkers and nature enthusiasts.

Known as the "Mini Switzerland of India," Chopta is an enchanting destination surrounded by dense forests and meadows, serving as the base for the Tungnath trek.

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A picturesque hill station away from the tourist rush, Kanatal is perfect for those seeking serene landscapes, apple orchards, and camping experiences.

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A hidden gem with colonial charm, Abbott Mount offers tranquility, old-world architecture, and stunning views of the Himalayas.

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Abbott Mount

Tucked away in the Garhwal region, Khirsu is a quiet hamlet surrounded by oak and deodar forests, providing a peaceful retreat.

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A wildlife sanctuary and hill station, Binsar is known for its biodiversity, ancient temples, and panoramic views of the Himalayas.

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Famous for its apple orchards and the Mukteshwar Dham Temple, this quaint town offers a blend of spirituality and natural beauty.

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A birder's paradise, Pangot is a hidden gem for birdwatching enthusiasts with its diverse avian population in the midst of dense forests.

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