Uttarkashi is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Uttarkashi is, however, mostly preferred. The best season or months to visit places in Uttarkashi are April, May, June. There are 17 tourist places in Uttarkashi, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers.
Sightseeing in Uttarkashi can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Uttarkashi for 2 days to 3 days.
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Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Uttarkashi, which are great places to visit, are Kuteti Devi Temple, Dayara Bugyal, Harsil, Har Ki Doon, Vishwanath Temple. Uttarkashi can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.
Places To Visit
Vishwanath Temple, Uttarkashi
Devoted to Lord Shiva, the Vishwanath Temple is situated around 300 m away from Uttarkashi local bus stand. This temple received a new look after its renovation in 1857 by Sudarshan Shah wife, Maharani Khaneti. The temple has a Shivling, 90 cm wide and 60 cm.
Barsu village is situated in Uttarkashi district amidst scenic surroundings. It is the starting point of the trek to Dyara Bugyal. There is a GMVN Gue.
The close perfect case of true grit and assurance being rewarded with a fantasy of a lifetime, is your trek to Dodital Lake. A day long of constant trekking, with your way flanked by towering mountains, achieving a perfectly clear lake loaded with enough trout to satisfy any protein lover, and a view to die for, in light of the fact that it's only paradise where you encounter bliss, as you do at Dodital.
Nehru Mountaineering Institute
The Nehru Mountaineering Institute is India's head independent organization, built up in 1965, in memory of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, a mountain lover. A considerable measure of professional snow capped trekkers cross you and the opportunity to interface with them, finding out about their rigorous preparing plans, and their ade.
Where there is the mention of a sanctuary, an exceptionally fascinating Hindu fanciful story won't be behind. There is a trident, or a 'Trishul', 6 meters tall, 90 cm in diameter, produced using a blend of iron and copper, is said to have been tossed by the female god Durga, otherwise called Shakti, to execute devils. The myth dictates that you can attempt to move the trident with all your body weight, and it will be futile. Attempt to then push it with a finger, and it will move. We can't let you know whether that stands genuine or not, but rather notwithstanding this, then for the wonderfulness of the sanctuary, and the sheer number of lovers and to unwind the myth behind this entire story, is precisely why you ought to visit the Shakti Temple.
Har Ki Doon, Uttarkashi
Har Ki Doon is a very popular place among trekkers. The best way to reach this place is from Mussoorie through Yamuna Bridge, Naugaon, Purola, Saur, Sankri, Taluka and Osla. Har Ki Doon has bungalows as well as rest houses for trekkers, located at an altitude of 3506 mtr.