Do you love exploring hill stations? There are so many hill stations located across the length and breadth of the state of Uttarakhand in northern India, each unique in its own right. Some hill stations has gained extreme popularity while there are others still waiting to be explored. One hill station that's still to be explored is Chopta beautifully located in the lap of the Himalayan ranges. Apart from being a hill station, it's also a small hamlet. That means you can reconnect with nature as well as connect with the villagers to know more about their life, culture, customs and traditions.
Situated at a height of 2,680 m above sea level, the hill town of Chopta is also known as Mini Switzerland. If you want to be soaked up in some of the most imposing views of the majestic Himalayan ranges, Chopta is just the perfect place for that. Tourists and travelers from all across visit here to enjoy views of peaks like Trishul, Nanda Devi and Chaukhamba among others.
In terms of natural riches, Chopta is also home to many different types of flora and fauna. Dense forests of pine and deodar lend exquisite beauty to the hill station of Chopta and make it one of the most coveted places to visit in the state of Uttarakhand. Whether you are a nature-lover or a newly wedded couple, visit to Chopta can prove to be a best decision of your life.
During your visit to Chopta, you can also decide to plan for a trekking to Tungnath and Chandrashila. Adventure lovers from different parts of India and outside, regularly travel to Chopta for enjoying these scenic trekking tours.
Depending on your special preferences, you can visit the town of Chopta either during summer or winter. If you travel in summer, you should not forget to carry light woolens with you. For winters, you'll need heavy woolens. For more travel information, practical recommendation and tips on visiting Chopta, you can get in touch with our travel advisors. They are eagerly waiting to plan a beautiful tour for you.
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