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#736 Oct 22nd, 2011, 17:51
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Tilak bhai nothing can escape from your sharp eagle eye. Even just 15 days back, I crossed this section and never noticed this. But the whole route between Uttarkashi and Tilwada is a delight to drive and travel. The road is good, scenic with good views, less traffic also. I really enjoyed this. Although, we wanted to reach Chopta on the same day and when we reached tilwada at 6 pm and aborted our plan to reach chopta, I was a little bit disappointed but we stayed at Rudraprayag and returned next day and visited chopta.
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Originally Posted by Dilliwala View Post Do you or anyone else know exactly which peaks these were?
No idea at all! But this will be on my mind next time I visit the place.
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My bad luck !! For the whole distance of 175 km from Uttarkashi to Tilwada, I did not get any views of Himalayas. First views I got on next day near Agatsyamuni on the way to Chopta
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very recently i got some stunning views of Chaukambha from Guptkashi area...
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Originally Posted by tilak2909 View Post few kms before chauranghikhal one needs to turn left and reach a place called MushtikSaur.. the 3km trek starts from here to HariParvat where there is a small hari temple and its around around 2400mtrs... the path is quite steep but very interesting. from the top one can see Maneri Dam aswell. and it even snows in winters at this wonderful place

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Originally Posted by mosederbaer View Post But the whole route between Uttarkashi and Tilwada is a delight to drive and travel. The road is good, scenic with good views, less traffic also. I really enjoyed this. Although, we wanted to reach Chopta on the same day and when we reached tilwada at 6 pm and aborted our plan to reach chopta, I was a little bit disappointed but we stayed at Rudraprayag and returned next day and visited chopta.
Bit of an unnecessary back-track. Tilwara GMVN is decent. And cheaper than Rudraprayag.
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Dw sir, I was not aware about the GMVN at Tllwada and moreover on that evening we just dropped the plan to go to chopta at all and decided that we will stay at Rudrprayag on that night and next day move on to Rishikesh. But next morning itself the plans changed once again and we returned and went to Chopta. At Rudraprayag, we paid Rs.500 for a triple room and next evening when we returned from chopta, found a decent hotel at Tilwada itself and paid Rs.200 for a double room.
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Ah, the joys of on-the-spot planning. I usually note for myself in advance all G/KVMNs on my likely routes.
Last year in Feb/March when Piyush and I went to Chopta, I deliberately targeted Tilwara for night-stay (coming from Delhi), although I would have preferred to break at Rudraprayag. Reason? - Tilwara GMVN's room tariff was almost half that of Rudraprayag's.
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just few days back i stayed at Syalsaur, its too wonderful place with budget rooms... also benefit of awesome snow views...
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Tilak bhai and DW, once again like to know the location of Syalsaur!!
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Rudraprayag-Tilwara-Augustmuni-chandrapuri-Syalsaur-Kund...
see the views from GMVN lawns...
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Thanks tilak bhai. I passed this place in the first week of October but missed the name. Got this kind of view from Agatsyamuni onwards.
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Originally Posted by mosederbaer View Post Tilak bhai and DW, once again like to know the location of Syalsaur!!
@Tilak Bhai, Mosederbaer and Dilliwala, I personally believe that the views from Syalsaur is better that the views from Tilwara.. Expert opinion please..
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Me no expert but its definitely better from Syalasaur. I think from Tilwada, Kedarnath range is not visible at all. Please correct me experts!!!!
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That is correct, Tilwara being further downstream and many bends in between. But it's cheap.
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Originally Posted by Dilliwala View Post That is correct, Tilwara being further downstream and many bends in between. But it's cheap.
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Can you tell me the distance between Uttarkashi to Gaurikund via Tilwara?

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