Discover Devbhoomi: Uttarakhand Moto Trek

Few of the most intriguing trekking trails are located in the land of gods, Uttarakhand. Pack your bags, get the trekking gears on and set on a soul-searching expedition to DevBhoomi. Yes, Uttarakhand gives you umpteen reasons to visit there, and one of the most interesting reasons that tempts you might be the fact that it is considered the land of spirituality. From thunderous waterfalls to splendid valleys, you cannot keep your eyes off from the picturesque landscapes of DevBhoomi. The beautiful roads lead to the destinations that are nothing less than a dreamland. There are a number of high altitude trekking trails that lead you to some magnificent pilgrimage sites. You might have heard numerous mythological stories as a kid, but perhaps you didn’t know that terrains of DevBhoomi were the venues where these stories were born.

If you are adventurous enough and love biking, consider participating in Uttarakhand Moto Trek. Take a 10 days trip to the land of gods and discover the hidden path of spirituality and adventure. En route, discover few of the sanctified pilgrimages and outstanding views of nature.

The trip takes you to the mesmerizing lands of Nainital. While in Nainital, visit the Naini Lake and Eco cave gardens located there. While the kidney shaped lake offers some lovely glimpses of sunrise and sunset, The Eco cave garden is naturally made garden with 6 small caves in a shape of various animals. Visit the famous Naina Devi temple that is regarded as one of the 51 shaktipeeths located in the Indian subcontinent.

From Nainital, you can visit Jageshwar, the temple town of Uttarakhand located at a distance of 100 kms. You cannot afford to blink your eyes even for a millisecond when you are travelling to Jageshwar. It is said that the Shiva temple of Jageshwar is more than 2500 years old, that is, it belongs to pre-medivial periods. Myth says that Adi Shankaracharya visited Jageshwar before leaving for his abode to Kedarnath.

From Jageshwar, the bike trip can move towards Gangolihat where Patal Bhuvneshwar, the limestone cave temple is located. According to the myth, the cave temple enshrines 33 crores of Hindu gods and goddesses. The cave has a tunnel type opening leading to several caves. You need to park your bike half kilometer away from the main entrance of the cave and go down the narrow cave 100 steps below, where you can find the actual temple.

From spirituality to magnificence of nature is your way to Patal Bhuvneshwer to Munsiyari. Discover exquisiteness and daintiness of mesmerizing pine trails on your bike and leave all your worries aside when you are visiting the snow clad Panhachuli Peak. The beautiful terrains of Munsiyari act as a base camp for many high altitude hiking trails. From Munsiyari, visit the small hill town of Kausani, which is known for all round views of the Himalayas.

The next destination can be to Chopta, famous for the immaculate pine forest trails. Let the winds kiss your face while you cruise through the temple town of Rudraprayag, and by evening, reach Chopta from where you can view the majestic Gangotri range.

Take your bike to the nex destination and reach Sari Village from Chopta. From there, take a 2 km trek to Deoria tal, a spectacular lake that has the reflection of Chakhamba mountain range. From Deoria tal, visit Rishikesh and enjoy some interesting activities like river rafting and bungee jumping.

An avid biker or not, enjoy the bike trek while driving through the fascinating trails of DevBhoomi and discover trekking trails like never before!

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