About Chamoli in Uttarakhand
Chamoli district is acknowledged as the second largest district of India and known for its scenic beauty, shrines and temples. It is the hill station of Uttarakhand state and that’s why more preferable alternative for tourist during summer vacation. It is assumed as the abode of gods and this could be another attraction point of Chamoli district.Quick Overview of Chamoli District
Total Population:Total Population: 370,359
Total Area: 7951 sq km
Literacy Rate: 76.23. %
Badrinath, Gopeshwa, The Panch Prayag ,Hemkund Sahib, GovindGhat, Nandaprayag Karnaprayag, Joshimath, Auli, Valley of Flowers are some of leading attraction of Chamoli district where thousands of tourist comes every year to enjoy each and every moment of their vacation. Don’t worry regarding the accommodation as numbers of luxury hotels are available here those are always ready to serve you in better way.History
Chamoli district comes under the Garhwal region and also assumed as the land of forts. In the ancient time Garhwal was recognized as kedar-khand. Before the arrival of British government, the entire district was under the rules and regulation of Gram Pradhan but later in 1815 the British Government had established its rule over Garhwal. There are a majority of religious stories are also associated behind the existence of Chamoli.How one can reach to Chamoli?
You can reach to Chamoli via Air, Railway and road as well. Jolly Grant at Dehradun is the nearest airport which is 221 Kms away from Chamoli whereas Rishikesh is the nearest railway station which is only 202 kms away from Chamoli. If you don’t prefer air or railway and want to travel through road then don’t worry as this district is well-connected by the road. Either you can travel by your own vehicle or you can rent a vehicle; it’s based on your choice.