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Holiday Destination: Chamoli

Chamoli is the beautiful district of Uttarakhand. Chamoli is a beautiful and serene hilly State which is known for its shrines and temples. this place is also very significant because it is the birth place of the 'Chipko Movement'. Chamoli is surrounded by Tibet to the north and by the districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar to the east, Almora to the south, Garhwal to the south-west, Rudraprayag to the west and Uttarkashi to the north-west. Gopeshwar is the administrative headquarters of the district..


Chamoli is a beautiful place in the state of Uttarakhand.The winter season sets is from about mid November and lasts till March.The monsoon rainfall though is heaviest in the months of June to September. And visit to Chamoli all through the year. . .

Tourist Season:

Round the Year


Hotel, Bungalows and Private Cottages are available which suit all budgets

General Information of chamoli

District Headquarters: Gopeshwar Area: 7951 sq km Total Population: 370,359 Languages: Garhwali. HIindi and English Temperature: 30 degree in Summer 0 degree low in winter

Tourist Attraction in or Near by Chamoli


Badrinath :

Badrinath, one of the most important pilgrim centre of the country is a part of sacred 'Char Dhams' of the State. It is flanked by Nar and Narayan mountains, while the Neelkanth Peak forms a splendid backdrop. The Shri Badrinathji temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu was established by Adi Shankaracharya and later built by the rulers of Garhwal about two centuries ago.


Hemkund Sahib :

: Hemkund or the 'Snow Lake' nestles at a height of 4329 m. amidst seven snow-covered mountains, which are collectively called Hemkund Parvat. The sacred star shaped gurudwara near the lake is one of the most important Sikh pilgrim centre and is visited by large number of Sikhs and Hindus from all over the world. It is believed that Guru Govind Singh ji, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs meditated over here.


Valley of Flowers :

This 'paradise' of nature lovers was discovered by Frank Smythe along with R. L. Holdsworth in the 1930s. It lies 6 kms from Bhyundar village and covers an area of 87.5 kms, exceptionally rich in floral wealth. In fact the valley has the largest collection of wild flower species. According to mythological legends, Lord Hanuman visited the valley to collect 'Sanjeevani' herb to save the life of Lakshman, the brother of Lord Rama.



Road distance from Chamoli to(in Kms.)

Delhi to Chamoli-453 kms Dehradun to Chamoli-245kms Mussoorie to Chamoli-226kms Haridwar to Chamoli-228kms Kotdwar to Chamoli-230kms Tehri Garhwal to Chamoli-152kms


Nearest Airport

For Chamoli is Jolly Grant distance by (221 kms)


Nearest Railway Station

For Chamoli is Rishikesh distance by (202 kms)

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