Why You Should Do Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek

Why You Should Do Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek

Suppose you are looking for a mountain getaway. In that case, Trekup India welcomes you to join our Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek in Uttarakhand, which combines breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks and beautiful meadows. Below are some of the significant highlights that await this trek.

  • Mythology – The trek first passes through Lohajung, which, according to a local legend, the goddess Parvati killed a demon named Lohasur. It is believed that the name is derived from this incident. In this village, you would see different colors, pink, red, and yellow, many fields of Chaulai, and a lot of greenery.
  • Local Shepherds – Once you cross Didna, you may see horses and sheep grazing in the vast meadows of Ali Bedni Bugyal. Animal lovers and casual photographers often spot these animals. You would be walking on the same trek, which local shepherds mainly use.
  • Great forest views – As you approach Khobal, you can see various forests. They complement the natural scenery of the meadows and the forests of Cyprus, oak, birch, and rhododendron. Walking through the deep, dark, and tall forest provides a mystique ambiance for nature photographers.
  • Flowers in full bloom – If you look out over the rhododendron forest near Ghairoli Patal, you can see the bright flowers blooming in full glory. The meadows are full of wildflowers during the summer, providing a heavenly and peaceful atmosphere for trekkers.
  • Enchanting Meadows – Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek offers enchanting meadows, one of India’s most extensive high-altitude meadows. Ali Bugyal stretches across the hill at a high altitude, and Bedni Bugyal is green grassland with forest at the bottom. The green grasses with blue sky with white Himalayan mountains in the background are enchanting sights. The meadows change color every season from green yellow, and sometimes golden brown.
  • Snow-capped peaks – Impressive-looking peaks topped with snow, including Nanda Devi Peak and Trishul Peak, provide a picturesque view. See the snow-capped mountains glistening with sunlight; as you reach the top, you will see the towering meter.
  • Religious aspect – The meadows of Ali Bedni Bugyal are also home to several small temples and shrines. They are also the site of the Nanda Devi Yatra, a ritual procession every 12 years. Rath Yatra signifies the journey of Nanda Devi, who got married and left her maternal home to go to Kailash. So, as per Gharwali customs, everyone from around the village comes to visit the lareturnsefore she returns to Kailash and answers with many customs.
  • Bedni Kund – Besides the meadows, you can visit the sacred lake Bedni Kund, which reflects Mt. Trishul and Nanda Devi massif on its surface. It is a scarce sight and a near-spiritual experience for most trekkers. Bedni Kund is a famous Hindu pilgrimage sight where Ma Nanda and Shiva are worshipped.

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Head Of Mountain Experts

Adhish was born and brought up in the Pauri Garhwal region. Since childhood, he has had an inclination towards Mountains. To fulfil this dream, Adhish did his Basic mountaineering Courses from Nehru institute of mountaineering, Advance mountaineering courses from Himalayan mountaineering institute Darjeeling and Skiing courses from ABVIM Manali. He has done various expeditions in the Himalayan region. And his love for mountains and adventure is never-ending. Make sure to get detailed help related to the Himalayan trek from him.
write him at - adhish@trekupindia.com