Kandar Devta is one of the incarnation of Lord Shiva. It is believed that Kandar Devta has Astrological Power to predict past, present and future. Next to our Hotel.
This hamlet is known for its natural beauty and delicious apples. The winding roads, tall conifers, mountains, the turbulent Bhagirathi, apple orchards, streams, waterfalls and green meadows — all typical of Harshil. 72 km from the Hotel.
This Institute was set up in Nov. 14, 1965, in memory of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. and is located on a hillock on the south bank spur of the Bhagirathi river, at an altitude of 1,300 m, amongst sylvan surroundings. It is equipped with a well stocked library of 2,000 books, principally on mountaineering and allied subjects. A small museum, cafeteria, and facilities for indoor and outdoor sports make it a superb centre for producing skilled mountaineers. The Institute also provides climbing gear to IMF approved expeditions at nominal charges. 4 km from the Hotel.
Trek-Doditaal is an emerald lake nestled amidst high mountains at an altitude of 3,310 mts above sea level. With its serene setting and tranquil environs, Doditaal is arguably one of the most beautiful high altitude lakes of North India. Doditaal is named after the rare Himalayan Trouts know as Dodi in local language. This lake is one of the very few water bodies where Himalayan Trout are found. On one corner of the lake a beautiful temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. According tomythology this is the place where Lord Ganesha was born. The circumference of the lake is 1.5 kms with dense deodar trees all around it. Doditaal can be reached in two days by trekking 22 kms from Sangamchatti.
(4300m) is an area beyond Gaumukh consisting of a beautiful meadow, at the feet of Mt. Shivling for those in need of peace and adventure, a further 5 Kms from Gaumukh.
(4463m) A further ascent starting from Nandanvan, and following the Chaturangi glacier brings one to the Emerald green Basuki Tal lake.
Saat Taal Trek Saat Tal or seven lakes,is located just above the Dharali,which is on the way to
Bugyal in the local language means "high altitude meadow".Situated at an elevation of about 3048 m, this vast meadow is second to none in natural beauty. During winter it provides excellent ski slopes over an area of 28 sq km. The panoramic view of the Himalayas from here is breathtaking.The road to Dayara Bugyal branches off near Bhatwari a place on Uttarkashi- Gangotri road about 28 km from Uttarkashi. Vehicles can go up to the village of Barsu from where one has to trek a distance of about 8 km to reach Dayara and other route is via village Raithal, 10 km from Bhatwari, from where one has to trek about 6 km to Dayara Bugyal.