The wildest natural landscape in our country, not many people know about this place, but Dayara has some of the best rolling grasslands in our country. It is big, wide and wavy, and you have nothing to do with what comes next. Walking is done one by one. Unlike the AliBedni Tour, the Dayara Bugyal hike is full of suspense, and you can see the entire alpine meadow in one area. Bugyal is a term used in Uttarkashi to refer to an inhabitant of Bugyal village in Uttarakhand. Camping and trekking to Dayara Bugyal is quite popular. The Bugyal is roughly 40km (1890 miles) to the northwest of Uttarkashi, with an average elevation of 3639 metres.
Each fold represents another experience. Sometimes you will come across abandoned chhaani shepherd huts, and other times you will see incredible views. You’re welcome. You guessed it was during the Dayara Bugyal trek.
It is so rare to see Dayara on such a large canvas.
Mt Banderpoonch and Black Peak overlook Dayara and are very rare. What is weirder? The only reason anyone has to make this trip is to see the mountains only come out of the Dayara meadow.
But these mountains are not unique. During the complete tour, some of the other great Gharwal Himalayas are panoramic views from left to right.
I like Dayara Bugyal Trek
I heard about Dayara Bugyal long before we started our trip to India; from now on, I will be 13 or 14 years old.
This is all folklore, but my imagination is very tangled. In these grasslands, I long for a day.
At the beginning of India hikes, we wanted to explore Dayara Bugyal in addition to other great hikes. We must see our own meadow, because in 2010 we explored the grasslands!
At that time, we did not talk about it much in our blogs and articles, we kept our treasures thinking that our country was not mature enough to enjoy the wonders of the tall grasslands. Frankly speaking, hikers at the time were obsessed with high altitude hiking.
On my knees, Dayara made me weak. He did not take two paths. If you see something wonderful, it may be an unforgettable experience of a lifetime, then you will be one of those crossing the meadows of Dayara. In addition, I found that a lot of things happened without hiking the grass.
I remember going to the grass early in the afternoon. On the hills, golden green grass undulates. All around, it was just a piece of grass. The fluffy white sheep in the corner of the grass is grazing quietly.
Bandarpoonch Mountain stands on the grassland like a guardian angel, with snowy sides shining. It is everywhere. There are mountains following me everywhere. Caranag Mountain.
When they stretch out the meadow, they can always hear how beautiful the scenery on the mountain is. But he is holding your neck in Dayara Bugyal. Because in the direction I was climbing, the entire section of the greater Gangotri Himalayas was behind me.
The vast grassland in Dayara Bugyal Trek
How big the grassland is, I don’t understand. I can’t find the end where weird makes me better. He really must know the end of the grass.
I climbed the second and third mound. All I saw was the endless grass. I have crossed my path to the highest part of the meadow, Bakhariya. There are many hills.
In mid I climbed a ridge on top of a mountain. From the top of the mountain, I can see a deep valley thousands of feet below my feet. The deep valley on one side of the hill has vanished and the mountain on the other side. Bandarpoonch mountain is just ahead. These endless tapestries of green grass are below me.
Forest trails and biodiversity
I walked from several routes to Dayara-how dark the trails are, which surprised me. The trails are in good condition and the forest is covered beautifully. From the base camp all the way out of the woods and into the wetland. There is great biodiversity. This is why many birdsong are heard. When we talk about grassland, don’t miss the forest.
I really like the Dayara Bugyal camp in the clearing.
Whether it is Gui, Chilapada, Nayata or Barnala. I think I will fall in love with these campsites, surrounded by forests and grassy clearings, as well as high mountain tops.
They are isolated, there is enough space to stretch their legs, walk around and look at the woods. I do a lot of hiking, I like a lot of campsites, but if you ask me about Dayara, I think it has better campsites.