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Deoriatal, a small lake with forest like surroundings, an extremely green bugiyal on the one side and Chowkhamba standing tall on the other and Deoriatalcrystal clear bird chirping sounds on the way to it is a wonderful place to set your feets for a day or two atleast. The trek is quite small - you have to walk for a mere 3 Kms from Sari village. The altitude of deoriatal being 2438 meters, for average fitness trekkers, the elevation is quite comfortable. To climb up from Sari - It will take around 1:30 hrs to 2:00 hrs in steady walk. Once you gain heights, the captivating view of Sari will grow with more wonders. With jum (Step) cultivation all around in Sari, the ariel view in a clear sky will be worth watching. A couple of Resting places have been built by the local authorities. Sit for a while, look around, enjoy nature's wonders and then continue walking. DeoriatalThe last 100 meters, the way is quite flat. After crossing the said bugiyal, here comes Deoria Tal. In a clear sky day, the reflection of Chowkhamba can be seen in the lake.

An entry fee of Rs.40/- is needed to paid to the forest department for entering the Deoria Tal area. Some tenting arrangements are also there. A stay for a day or two will be a memorable experience. Deoriatal is a very quite place with a population of 2/3 people and plenty of birds and fish all around. Mobile connectivity of BSNL has also reached the place recently.

How to reach - On the way to Chopta - Ukhimath - Guptakashi - Gourikund, between Chopta and Ukhimath, take a diversion to Sari, The distance of Sari from Chopta is 24 Kms and Ukhimath is 19 kms away from Sari. Vehicle is available from Gourikund, Guptakashi, Ukhimath, Mukumath, Chopta etc. Bus service is available once in a day to Sari.
State - Uttaranchal
Altitude - 2438 meter
Trekking Distance - 3 kms from Sari
Best Season - March to June
Route - Rishikesh / Haridwar to Ukhimath, Trekking from Ukhimath or Sari to Deoriatal
Trekking starts at - Ukhimath / Sari
Guide / Porter available at - Ukhimath / Sari
Nearest Railway Station - Rishikesh / Haridwar
Local Watchables - Ukhimath - 1311 m
Chopta - 2900 m - 24 kms from Sari
Tunganath - 3886 m - a 3.5 km trek from Chopta
Chandrashila - a further trek of 2 kms from Tunganath
Guptakashi
Mukumath
Gaurikund
Dogalvita
Kedarnath - 3289 m - a trek of 14 kms from Gaurikund
Accomodation available -  
DEORIA TAL / SARI
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Deoria Guest Lodge, Deoriatal Mar Bus Station, Sari, Rudraprayag
Lakhbat Singh Negi
01364 212603 (Residence)
Near Bus Stand
Attach Bath Rooms
200 to 500
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Total guide service to Deoria Tal, provides tent and trekking material too.
Deoriatal Ten House
Raghubir Singh Negi / Rajendra Singh Bhatt
9411554291
Deoriatal
Modern Tents of different sizes
500 to 700 each tent
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Food etc is available near the tent.
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Informations furnished hereinabove are as supplied. holidayhomeindia.com is not responsible for the correctness of the particulars
 
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