Dodi Tal Trek
Key information: Dodi Tal Trek
- A 2-day, mainly forest trek to this lovely lake in the north-west of Uttaranchal. A justly famous trek.
- Walkopedia rating86
- Natural interest15
- Human interest6
- Negative points0
- Total rating86
- Length: 2 days
- Maximum Altitude: 3,310m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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A 2-day, mainly forest trek to this lovely lake in the north-west of Uttaranchal, near Uttarkashi.
Remote, unspoilt forest landscape leading to meadows, forests and fine views around beautiful Dodi Tal. A justly famous trek.
You can continue over the Darwa Pass (at 4,150m) to Hanuman Chatti, for a very different above-tree line experience in 4 days or on to Bandarpunch Base Camp to join part of the Chota Dam [link] trek.
High walking in remote mountains. Come fully prepared.
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Trek here mid-May to late June and (ideally) September and October.
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