Brahmatal is a lake nesting in the depths of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. With winter sweeping tempting on the slopes, Brahmatal is one of the rare Himalayan destinations to be enjoyed in December, January, February and March.

There are many Pull Factors on this trip – changing views of deep and shady forests of oaks and rhododendrons, snowy meadows, Bekaltal campsite on the lake, Brahmatal Alps Alpine region and a warm vision of the magnificent high peaks that shine in the brilliant sky! Garhwal’s snowline view is even more special here, as there are rarely huge ice peaks such as Mt. Nanda Ghunti and Mt. Trishulin can be seen on this kind of shallow hike.

Due to the gradual ascending slopes, the Brahmatal Trek is considered suitable for beginners and less experienced hikers. Most hiking continues under the forest, reducing the possibility of altitude sickness. All in all, the hike does not take away from any of the thrilling winter experiences outside with the sweet snow of the snow, the fascinating path that has been completely white, the deep silence in the rhododendron and oak grove and the frozen face of the lake water.

A special cry for this hike is the shuttered pipes – the varied frames, from snowy forests to high white gold in alpenglow, and the deserted alpine mountain range of lone trees standing on the icy shores of Lake Brahmatal. the composition of this hike.

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