Sankri – Basecamp for Kedarkantha Trek
Sankri is a stunning little village with Swargarohini serving as its back drop. From Sankri the track is all around stamped and goes through a thick woods with amazing perspectives of the valley sprawled beneath and the spouting stream Rupin streaming in all its strength. Taluka, a little village lays on the banks of the stream Supin, and is known for its lovely “Pahari cabins” made out of a complex wood, stone and mud group – an absolute necessity see, as it is considered seismic tremor evidence.
Sankri a small village in Govind National Wildlife Sanctuary serves as the base for many treks in the region to name a few Har Ki Dun, Bali Pass, Rupin Pass, Kedarkantha Trek and many more. Sankri Bus main market has few restaurants, shops and limited options for stay. Hotel Orchid, GMVN and Hotel Swargarohini where most of the trekkers stay.
Road Journey from Dehradun to Sankri covers following towns
Mussoorie with its wonderful, undulating, tree-secured slopes, looking down on the Doon valley and with a phenomenal perspective of the Mighty Himalayas. Mussoorie is post-card lovely and has magnificently a sentimental air, which has on numerous occasions attracted honeymooners to it since the time that it was set up path in 1827.
After mussoorie comes purola. Purola is a town panchayat situated in the Uttar Kashi locale of Uttarakhand state,India. The latitude of 30.8800683 and longitude 78.0903858 are the geo coordinate of the Purola. Sankri is situated around 66.9 kilometer far from Purola..
After crossing Purola comes Mori. Mori Hills in general, give numerous excellent vistas and all encompassing perspectives. The slope station itself is a beautiful slope station with a wonderful cool atmosphere and a solid atmosphere. Lush slopes, rich green paddy handle, the Tons River, beautiful waterfalls, wonderful strolls, yellow mimosas and pine trees make Mori is one of the pretty towns. The tallest pine timberland in Asia is among the thickly populated woods in Mori.
Netwar is a small village on the way to Sankri. It takes around an hour to reach Sankri from Netwar. The road is not very good. After Netwar the Govind National Park starts.