Dayara Bugyal Trek : Best time to visit and complete itinerary


Imagine yourself sitting in a beautiful meadow at an altitude of 3048 meters, sipping tea with paand looking out over the stunning Himalayas. The coolness complements the aroma and flavor of the tea as you gaze out over the beautiful forest in front of you. Make that concept a reality with our trek to Dayara Bugyal.

Skiers also visit Dayara Bugyal trek  in winter because the area gets heavy snowfall in winter. The best season to visit Dayara Bugyal is from May to November, but tourists also visit the place in winter, mainly because of the snow.


At 3,000 meters above sea level, Dayara Bugyal offers unparalleled views of the snow-capped Himalayas. As Dayara Bugyal is a trekking destination, there are no hotels or guesthouses. Instead, you’ll need to carry your own tent and sleeping bag that can be set up on the flats of Dayara Bugyal. Balus village is the last village before starting the trek. It is also considered as the base camp for this trek.

Dayara Bugyal Food Guide –

Restaurants and food stalls are difficult to find as this elevation is not frequented by locals. Food and supplies are carried by the hikers themselves, and meals are prepared once the night camp is set up. A local cook can also prepare meals for his party on the trek. Apart from that, packaged food is also a good choice as it is easy to prepare.

Drive towards Chilianisaur to see the huge Tehri dam lake. From Uttarkashi it takes another hour and a half to drive to Balus. An early departure from Dehradun means you can probably start your trek from Balus around 13:00 after lunch.

Barsu to Barnala Tal is a short, easy 4 km hike of increasing elevation. It takes less than 3 hours from Barsu to Barnala Meadows. The trail is well maintained for the first 1.5 miles. The area is rich in rhododendron trees. A few hundred yards before entering the Barnala Valley, he has a good campground at Barnala Meadows.

Day 2: Barnala Valley – Dayara Bugyal –

Trek – 4 km, 3 hours Dayara Bugyal is located 5 km from Barnala Tal, but Dayara Bugyal’s shepherd hut is 1 km before the actual Bugyal . Dayara Bugyal highlands are covered with 2-3 feet of snow, so camp near these shepherd huts when trekking to his Dayara Bugyal in winter. If you trek to Dayarabugyal in summer, you can continue trekking to Dayarabugyal and camp near the spring.


Day 3: Bakaria Top – Dayara Bugyal – Bakaria Top

Trek – 4 km, 3 hours The most beautiful day of this trek. Continue trekking to explore the longitude and latitude of Dayara Bugyal. Dayara Bugyaluru, which is widely used, shows different expressions depending on the viewing angle. A steep climb to the right brings you to the highest point in the nearby area, Bakaria Top (3810 m).

If you want to see a beautiful sunset from Vacaria Top, bring a packed lunch as you hike to Vacaria Top.

Day 4: Dayara Bugyal – Barnala Valley – Barsu – Uttarkashi – Dehradun –

Trek – 8 km | Drive – 185 km. Don’t miss the amazingly spectacular sunrise at Dayara Bugyal. Say goodbye to the impressive Himalayas and return to Barsu via Barnala Tal. You can reach Barsu village in just 3 hours. If you plan to drive to Dehradun for the day, make sure you leave early.

What is Dayara Bugyal famous for?

Dayara Bugyal is known among tourists for Meadows, Himalayan Views, Trekking, Bugyal, Hiking, Weekend Trekking, Winter Trekking and Camping.

Dayara Bugyal is a recommended destination for companies, couples, families with children, expats, groups and solo travelers.

Dayara Bugyal is popular for activities and interests such as adventure, camping, Christmas and New Year, pastures, skiing, trekking and winter hiking.

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  • Start from Raithal & Trek distance 9 km

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