– Brahmatal Trek is located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and is a popular winter trek.
– The highest point of the trek is the Brahmatal Lake, situated at an altitude of 12,200 ft. – The lake is frozen during the winter months and offers a surreal experience to trekkers.
– The trek offers a chance to spot wildlife like Himalayan black bears, musk deer, and monals. – Trekkers are advised to maintain distance and avoid disturbing the wildlife.
– The Brahmatal Trek is moderately challenging and is suitable for beginners and experienced trekkers alike. – The trek involves steep ascents and descents and requires a moderate level of fitness.
The best time to go on the Brahmatal Trek is from December to March when the trail is covered with snow and offers a unique winter trekking experience.
– The trek starts from the picturesque town of Lohajung and passes through Khabekhal, Brahmatal, Tilbudi, and Bekaltal before ending back at Lohajung. – The trek takes around 5-6 days to complete and covers a distance of approximately 24 km.
– Trekkers are required to obtain a permit from the forest department to enter the Brahmatal Trek route. – A nominal fee is charged for the permit and trekkers are advised to carry a valid government ID proof while obtaining the permit.