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The Garhwal Himalaya Region is blessed with panoramic scenic beauty. Also, the most revered hindu shrines Chardham, consisting of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath falls in this region. Most of the high altitude trekking trails pass through the viscinity of these shrines, providing a bonus attraction of divine nature.

Uttarkashi is located on the banks of the Bhagirathi at an altitude of 1,165 mts above sea level. Bhagirathi is Ganges itself, but known as Bhagirathi before the confluence at Devprayag. Uttarkashi is home of a variety of flora and fauna. You shall find rich varieties of fur, pine, deodar and also various kinds of herbs and shrubs in Uttarkashi.

Among the places of interest there is Nehru Institute of mountaineering which offers training in mountaineering. Maneri project has manifested as a major tourist attraction. Situated at a distance of 13kms from Uttarkashi, a dam constructed across Bhagirathi River is the main attraction at Maneri. There is a natural hot water spring called Gangani at a distance of 37 kms from Maneri. Dodital and Dayara Bugyal are also getting popular among trekking enthusiasts who travel to Uttarkashi.

Chholmi - 350 meters through the shady deodar forest, commanding miraculous views of the Bhagirathi river, Harsil town, and the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas, ancient Chholmi is a picture perfect heritage village nestled between the verdant deodars, the flowering fields, cascading stream, and the pungent apple orchards of this highland paradise. a day trek here features a visit to the ancient Panchmukhjimahadev temple.

Vishwanath Temple
About 300 mts away from the local market at Uttarkashi, is the Vishwanath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It was renovated by Maharani Khaneti, in 1857. The main attraction of this temple is the large Shivling, which is around 60 cm tall and 90 cm in circumference.

Sat Tal(Seven Lakes) Dharali
Sat Tal is a chain of Seven Natural lakes at distance of 3 kms uphill from Dharali. The place is popular for its breath-taking scenic beauty.

Dharali - features the Shiva temple - the last of the once 140 ancient temples of the Bhagirathi river valley, records of the British raj showing three remaining in the 19th century. now only this helloed temple remains in spite of the earthquakes and floods that destroyed its contemporaries.

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