Places near Nandprayag

If you are travelling to Nandprayag, we recommend you visiting the following nearby places around Nandprayag. Include these nearby places in your itinerary and make your visit to Nandprayag more memorable.

Chopta: Chopta is popularly known as Mini Switzerland or the Switzerland of Uttaranchal and is situated 53kms from Nandprayag. The number of tourists visiting Chopta has increased in recent years as the region is becoming a popular vacation spot for adventure lovers and explorers. Tungnath, the highest temple of Lord Shiva is situated only 3.5kms away from Chopta which should be covered on foot or by pony. The region showers tourists with natural beauteousness during winters.

Gopeshwar:  The town of Gopehswar is the administrative headquarters of the Chamoli district locatd at a distance of 16kms from Nandprayag, there are several ancient temples in Gopeshwar which have great religious importance. The main attractions are the ancient temple of Lord Shiva, Vaitarni Kund and the splendid views of the Himalayas. Trek to Rudranath commences from Saggar which is situated 5kms ahead from Gopeshwar on the Guptkashi-Gopeshwar road..

Joshimath: Joshimath is one of the four 'math' created by Adi Shankaracharya. Joshimath is the home of Shri Badrinath during winters. Joshimath is connected with Auli by highest cable car of Asia. Joshimath is situated at an elevation of 1,890mts above sea level. Do visit Kalpavriksha and Narsingh temple while a visit to Joshimath. It is situated 69kms after Nandprayag.

Auli: Auli is the most popular skiing and paragliding spot of Uttarakhand situated at an elevation of 3050mts above sea level. Auli affords astounding and celestial views of the enchanting snow laden Himalayan range. Asia's highest and longest cable car is situated in Auli connecting it with Joshimath. Auli has the distinction of holding the first ever South Asian winter sports games in 2010. Auli is also connected with motorable roads and is situated 80kms from nandprayag.

Badrinath: Badrinath is the most sacred Dham of India. It is located at an elevation of 3,133mts above sea level in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand state. This Dham was established by Adi Shankaracharya in the 9th century. The deity of Badrinath temple is Lord Vishnu. The temple is situated on the right bank of the holy Alaknanda River. Every year millions of tourists and devotees visit this sacred place from May to October month. The temple remains closed during winter months as the region is prone to heavy snowfall. It is situated 109kms from nandprayag on the NH58.

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