Dayara Bugyal Trekking Adventure: Alpine Pond and Snowy Peaks

Dayara Bugyal Trek

4 Days / 3 Nights


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Trek TypeHill Trek
Activity LevelEasy - Moderate
Stay TypeCampsite

Dayara Bugyal Trek, Uttarakhand

Dayara Bugyal trek offers the largest snow-covered terrain in Uttarakhand, making it a unique winter trek. Imagine being amidst an enormous meadow at 11,950 feet, surrounded by stunning peaks such as Bandarpoonch, Mt. Jaunli, Mt. Shivling, and more, providing an awe-inspiring experience.

Commencing from Raithal, a serene village near Uttarkashi, the journey begins through vast green grasslands that transform into a snowy landscape in winter. As you traverse through lush valleys, glistening streams, and vibrant flora, the Dayara Bugyal trail continuously offers remarkable sights for trekkers


The following detailed itinerary provides a day-by-day breakdown of your exciting Dayara Bugyal trek. From your arrival to the moment you return back home, we've outlined your activities and experiences to make the most of your trek. Let's dive into the specifics.

Day 1 : Dehradun to Raithal

Day 2 : Raithal to Gui

Day 3 : Trek to Dayara Top, back to Gui

Day 4 : Departure to Raithal



Nov 11, 2023 (Saturday)

5999 /- Per Person

Nov 18, 2023 (Saturday)

5999 /- Per Person

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Dayara Bugyal trek distance: 17 km Dayara Bugyal trek temperature: Winter- Dec to Feb: 8 to 12 degree in day, 0 to -8 degree at night Spring- Mar to Apr: 15 to 20 degree in day, 1 to 5 degree at night Summer- May to June: 15 to 25 degree in day, 5 to 10 degree at night Autumn- Sept to Nov: 10 to 18 degree in day, 0 to -2 degree at night Dayara Bugyal trek best time: November to April Dayara Bugyal trek height: 11,950 ft Dayara Bugyal trek diffi culty level: Easy to moderate



Backpackers United Team

Backpackers experts will accompany the entire trip, and local backpackers will join us along the way.

Accommodation on double/triple sharing (Guest house, Home stay, Camps)
Meals while on trek (Veg) Trek equipment: Sleeping bag
Mattress, tent (double/triple sharing), kitchen & dining tent, toilet tent, utensils, and crampon (if required)
All necessary permits and entry fees
First-aid medical kits
Mountaineering qualified & professional trek leader, guide, and support staff
Personal essentials Equipment: Gumboots, trekking poles, etc
Insurance: Personal and travel insurance
Beverage: Mineral water bottles, bottled or canned beverages Snacks: Chocolates, dry fruits, protein, or nutrition bars
Entertainment: Camera or drone fees In case your trek remains incomplete or uninitiated because of "force majeure" or due to personal reasons after you arrive at the starting point, you will not be able to get a refund, reschedule or replace any services that remain unutilized by you
Any additional cost incurred due to changes in Government Guidelines related to travel/trek will be borne by the trekkers
Any kind of emergency evacuation charges
Rucksack (Min 55 Ltrs with rain cover)
Trekking Shoes, Floaters, or Sandals
Quick Dry Tees
Track Pants
Cotton socks Pair of woolen socks
Rain jacket or Poncho
1 Sleeves Sweater or Fleece Jacket
1 Heavy Jacket
1 Pair of Thermal Quick-dry towels
Windproof Jacket
Woolen Cap
Gloves Sun
Cap Scarf
Lip Balm
Cold Cream & SunScreen (SPF 40+)
Packed food
Water Bottle
1 Powerbank
Headlamp or torch with a fresh pair of batteries
Personal Toiletries
Personal Basic
Medical Kit Sunglasses
People who use spectacles (Use Photochromic glasses instead of contact lenses)
Trekking Pole
Extra Polythene