Brahmatal Trek



Brahmatal Trek – Best Winter Treks in Himalayas

Trek to Brahmatal, a lake where Lord Brahma is said to have meditated as per mythology is one of the few treks which are possible in the months of winter when most of the trekking routes are closed. Lohajung, which is the base camp of the Brahamatal trek is a small town of great mythological importance. One must interact with the locals here and hear the great stories about the town. One gets a glimpse of the local culture and beliefs through these stories. Brahmatal trek is a great winter option & is on the opposite side of the famous Roopkund.

Owing to gradually ascending rolling slopes, the Brahmatal Trek route is deemed fit for beginners and less experienced trekkers. A major part of the trek continues under forest cover, diminishing the chances of altitude sickness. All the same, the trek will not deprive one of an out and out thrilling winter experience with the sweet mellow of falling snow, a fascinating trail caught in an absolute white out, the depthless silence inside the grove of rhododendrons and oaks, and iced over lake water faces.

The Brahmatal trek takes one through beautiful valleys, hushed hamlets, streams, and conifers and oak forests. In winter, the region is covered in sheath of snow and offered unparallel Himalayan view. Brahmatal Trek in Uttarakhand under crisp blue skies, surrounded by the snow-capped mountains is absolutely spectacular. Similarly, explore the best holidays in the Uttarakhand Himalayas and discover the beautiful attractions of Brahmatal Trek.

Best Time for Trekking – Sep-April.

Highest Altitude -12100ft.

Region – Uttarakhand.

Type – Moderate.

Length – Approx 24km.

Duration of trek – 6Days.


13th Sep &21st Sep
18th  Sep & 26th Sep
Accomodation(Guest House ,Home stay,Camping) Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent , kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required).
All necessary permits for the trek Qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff
First Aid medical kits Oxymetre, BP Machine,Oxygen Cylinder Porters/mules to carry central equipment
Transportation to and from base camp
Porters/ Offloading ( Can’t be requested in advance)
Personal expenses, such as hot showers, mineral water, phone charging, snacks
Any kind of emergency evacuation charges

Here are a few details that need to be kept in mind for this trek :-

  1. Itinerary can be changed en route, depending on health and weather conditions.
  2. Consumption of Alcohol during the entire trek is not allowed.
  3. Accommodation on the trail will be in tents ( camping)
  4. The group size would be 10 members per batch.
  5. ID cards is required for forest permissions

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