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Beautiful landscapes of Valley of Flowers

Beautiful landscapes of Valley of Flowers

Landscape Gallery of Valley of Flowers

Me and my wife on the way to Ghangaria from Govindghat, unfortunately this point is washed off by flood in June, 2013 in the background you can see a snow clad peak, it is Hathi Parvat.

Me and my wife on the way to Ghangaria from Govindghat, unfortunately this point is washed off by flood in June, 2013 in the background you can see a snow clad peak, it is Hathi Parvat.


Pedicularis Puncata at Hemkund Sahib.

Pedicularis Puncata at Hemkund Sahib.


Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.

Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.


Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.

Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.


Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.

Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.


Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.

Epilobium Latifolium deep inside the Valley of Flowers.


Deep inside the Valley of Flowers.

Deep inside the Valley of Flowers.


Deep inside the Valley of Flowers.

Deep inside the Valley of Flowers.


Epilobium Latifolium and Pedicularis Bicornuta at Pushpawati River bed.

Epilobium Latifolium and Pedicularis Bicornuta at Pushpawati River bed.


Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.

Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.


Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.

Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.


Pushpawati River bed from the other side. The pink shade in the river bed is due to Epilobium Latifolium. This flowers is also called river beauty as it is found generally near the river bed and streams.

Pushpawati River bed from the other side. The pink shade in the river bed is due to Epilobium Latifolium. This flowers is also called river beauty as it is found generally near the river bed and streams.


Bistorta Affinis and Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.

Bistorta Affinis and Epilobium Latifolium at Pushpawati River bed.


Bistorta Affinis at Pushpawati River bed inside Valley of Flowers. We at Blue Poppy Holidays generally trek 4 kilometers beyond this point.

Bistorta Affinis at Pushpawati River bed inside Valley of Flowers. We at Blue Poppy Holidays generally trek 4 kilometers beyond this point.


Hemkund Sahib Lake in June first week.

Hemkund Sahib Lake in June first week.


Valley and village Ghangaria seen from trek to Hemkund Sahib.

Valley and village Ghangaria seen from trek to Hemkund Sahib.


10 to 12 feet snow on our trek to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.

10 to 12 feet snow on our trek to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.


Way to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.

Way to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.


Trekking to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.

Trekking to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.


Way to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.

Way to Hemkund Sahib in first week of June.


Way to Hemkund Sahib.

Way to Hemkund Sahib.


Valley of Flowers as seen on the way to Hemkund Sahib.

Valley of Flowers as seen on the way to Hemkund Sahib.


Valley of Flowers peaks as seen while coming back from Hemkund Sahib.

Valley of Flowers peaks as seen while coming back from Hemkund Sahib.


Beautiful waterfall near the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.

Beautiful waterfall near the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.


The frozen river and Betula Utilis.

The frozen river and Betula Utilis.


A frozen river and village Ghangaria in the month of June.

A frozen river and village Ghangaria in the month of June.


A frozen river 100 meters inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.

A frozen river 100 meters inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.


Valley of Flower peaks as seen in the month of June.

Valley of Flower peaks as seen in the month of June.


Valley of Flower peaks as seen in the month of June.

Valley of Flower peaks as seen in the month of June.


The first glimpse of Valley of Flowers peak when you start trekking from Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers.

The first glimpse of Valley of Flowers peak when you start trekking from Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers.


View of Sunset near to Ghangaria while trekking from Govindghat to Ghangaria.

View of Sunset near to Ghangaria while trekking from Govindghat to Ghangaria.


Trek between Govindghat and Ghangaria. Unfortunately this trek is washed off in June, 2013 flood. Now we will trek on the other side of the river.

Trek between Govindghat and Ghangaria. Unfortunately this trek is washed off in June, 2013 flood. Now we will trek on the other side of the river.


Cypripedium Himalaicum, a very rare flower found in Valley of Flowers. This is available only for a week in the second week of July.

Cypripedium Himalaicum, a very rare flower found in Valley of Flowers. This is available only for a week in the second week of July.


A beautiful scene of Pushpawati River bed. The pink shade is Epilobium Latifolium. This flower is used as antidote to poison.

A beautiful scene of Pushpawati River bed. The pink shade is Epilobium Latifolium. This flower is used as antidote to poison.


A frozen river 100 meters inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.

A frozen river 100 meters inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.


Beautiful Glacier on the way to Valley of Flowers. This Glacier is 2 kilometers inside the Valley of Flowers.

Beautiful Glacier on the way to Valley of Flowers. This Glacier is 2 kilometers inside the Valley of Flowers.


Ghangaria Village as seen from 300 meters inside the Valley of Flowers entry gate.

Ghangaria Village as seen from 300 meters inside the Valley of Flowers entry gate.


Picture taken from Valley of Flowers entry gate. You can see lot of snow and a beautiful waterfall in the background.

Picture taken from Valley of Flowers entry gate. You can see lot of snow and a beautiful waterfall in the background.


Another view of beautiful Glacier on the way to Valley of Flowers.

Another view of beautiful Glacier on the way to Valley of Flowers.


A big Glacier 2 kilometers inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers. This Glacier is even visible up to August end. You can imagine when flood came in June, 2013 and this huge Glacier melted and washed off everything coming into its way.

A big Glacier 2 kilometers inside the entry gate of Valley of Flowers. This Glacier is even visible up to August end. You can imagine when flood came in June, 2013 and this huge Glacier melted and washed off everything coming into its way.


Valle of Flowers as seen in June first week. You can see snow clad peaks and observe grayish shade before monsoon season. In the month of July it will be lush green and full of flowers.

Valle of Flowers as seen in June first week. You can see snow clad peaks and observe grayish shade before monsoon season. In the month of July it will be lush green and full of flowers.


A beautiful waterfall in front of Valley of Flowers entry gate. You can see frozen river in the last week of May.

A beautiful waterfall in front of Valley of Flowers entry gate. You can see frozen river in the last week of May.


Thymus Linearis on the bank of River Pushpawati between Govindghat and Ghangaria this picture was clicked in May 2013.

Thymus Linearis on the bank of River Pushpawati between Govindghat and Ghangaria this picture was clicked in May 2013.

2 comments on “Beautiful landscapes of Valley of Flowers
  1. Avatar for Devkant Sangwan nandlal says:

    absolutely class trek, what a location . what a nature . i love Himalaya. nature always beautiful.

  2. Avatar for Devkant Sangwan shantanu says:

    speechless!

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