Why You Should Do Brahmatal Trek

Why You Should Do Brahmatal Trek

Brahmatal Trek is hidden in the Himalayan meadows, and this lake confirms the form of Brahmkamal, the primordial flower in the Himalayan region, Uttarakhand. If you visit Brahmatal in the winter months, from October to March, Brahmatal Lake remains frozen. You can see the snow-covered peak of Brahmatal.

Snow: Brahmatal Lake is frozen from October to March in winter; you will also see Bekaltal Lake, which is frozen. All trekking routes to Brahmatal have snow-covered trails. The summit crown of Brahmatal is snowcapped. Trekkers can easily reach the snow-covered peak of Brahmatal without difficulty.

Wildlife: The Himalayan region is rich in fauna, so if you are lucky, you might see Barasingha, Himalayan foxes, White Bear, Ibex/ Tahr, and Himalayan wild goats (Black & White). Along with an effervescent Bird in Uttarakhand, with feathers in a rainbow palette, welcomes you into the mountains.

Mountain peaks: At Lohajung, you see magnificent Nanda Ghunti peaks up in proximity. Take a stroll along the treacherous pathways across Chota Jhandidar and Bada Jhandidar. A mountain ridge encloses this trail with valleys on both sides as you reach the top of Brahmatal.                                          

Medicinal juice: The mountain region disperses the therapeutic fluid of Shilajeet, Katukk, and Monal.

Forest: Brahmatal is surrounded densely by Deodar, Cedar, Rhododendron Thuner (Taxus Baccata), Khorsu, etc. The landscapes change from dark and shadowy oak to snow-covered meadows. You would walk through a coniferous forest of Oak and Firs, and the trail ends at Bekalatal Campsite.

Mythology: Lord Brahma has considered Brahmatal his abode for meditation. The locals claim Goddess Parvati had the “Jung” (war, which means war in Hindi) with the demon Lohasur, the name of the village Lohajung.

Culture and Tradition: Brahmatal is a beautiful lake in the Chamoli district of Garhwal region Uttarakhand. This place is nestled in the area of the Himalayas, which is a mixture of culture and traditions.

Meadows: On this trek, you will cross Tilandi Bugyal (meadows), Navali & Bagdi Bugyal from Begum, providing a magnificent mountain view. Unending Kunji’s fields along the trek is a grazing area for the farmer travelers.

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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.
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