Trekking is fun isn’t it but challenging at the same time.

It gives adrenalin rush to the body, smoothen your soul and relax your mind,while trecking you learn value of life as well as nature. It takes you the cliff point of your life where single mistake can risk your life but here in our new blog we ll be taking you in the new trecking spot. Where there is no fear of death. Yes you heard it right,we ll be narrating a new flower valley track which will gives you not just adventures ride but also will relax your soul and regenerate your mind. So without wasting your time let’s gets started. Here is complete guide of flower valley track of India.


It  is located in the Himalayas, in the northwestern Indian state of Uttarakhand.

The Valley of Flowers is a valley located in the Himalayas, in the state of Uttarakhand, India.

The valley is known for its meadows of wildflowers and alpine landscapes. The Valley of flowers trek through the lush green valley is breathtaking! Different flowers bloom in different months but August and September are the months of highest blooms when the valley is bathed in colours.

When to visit the flower valley:

Visit to this valley is completely depends upon on your personal schedule but still here we have preferred month to absorb more rainbow like flowers beauty.

 Well ,Valley of flowers is open throughout the year. However, the blooming season of different flowers vary. The best time to visit the valley is during the monsoon season, when the valley is in full bloom.

This monsoon boost flowers of valley into new peak.

Flowers enjoy water of rain and glow differently.

We already know that it’s the rain which provides happiness to the plants.

Wanna see them happy and how they flatter themselves in Jolly mood,then do visit in the monsoon season.


There are various route to visit valley of flowers.As you know that it belongs to state uttrakhand then route would be vary place to place aka where you actually live in.

????via train-

There is no direct train service from Delhi to Valley of Flowers. However, you can take a train to Haridwar and then take a bus or taxi to the valley.And from haridwar you can take bus via road.

????via flight –

if you wanna reach your treckking destination super quick , then take flight 

Valley of Flowers can be easily accessed by air. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, which is about 132 km away from the valley.

???? Cost -despite of remoteness of the valley,it is still considered as the most economical Trecks.For entering into the flower valley usually cost 1000 inr in Indian and $1 in foreign exchange .

Rest transportation cost is totally depends upon the way of your convence.

????Tracks in valley of flowers:

Treks in valley of flowers Uttarakhand


There are many trekking routes in the Valley of Flowers National Park. One can take a short or long trek, depending on their fitness level and time available. 

The shortest trek is from Govindghat to Ghangaria (10 km) which takes about four hours. The longest trek is from Hemkund Sahib to Govindghat via Valley of Flowers and Ghangaria (47 km), which takes about four days.

Some of the popular treks in the Valley of Flowers National Park are:

  1. Govindghat to Ghangaria (6 km) – This is a very popular trek that takes about three hours to complete. One can leave their extra essentials at this spot to have low burden treckking above mountains.
  2. Ghangaria to Valley of Flowers (3 km) and back – This is a very popular trek that takes about two hours to complete. This treck do have snacks spot to rejenuvate your stomach.
  3. Ghangaria to Hemkund Sahib (13 km) and back – This is a moderately difficult trek that takes about six hours to complete. It has lake and surrounded by Misty mountains.It is also famous sikh gurudwara spot.
  4. Hemkund Sahib to Govindghat via Valley of Flowers and Ghangaria (47 km) – This is a difficult trek that takes about four days to complete.

Conclusion –

visitora needs to purchase tickets from forest department and that ticket is valid for 3 days only.

It is approximately 1000 inr for Indian and $ 10 for foreign exchange.

: Visitors need to get exit after 5 pm as night treckking is not allowed via forest department.