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Garhwal Trek "Thank you for the amazing trek. It was, for sure, one of my life's greatest adventures. We were lucky to see the Snow Bear and to go through many villages. The beautiful mountains, the people and the organization were all good, but most of all I would like to say that without Dipen (Guide) this trek would not be nearly as good as it was with him! His experience, calmness and knowledge are great. Dipen is by far the best guide I have traveled with." Andreas Gleason, Vancouver, Canada
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Uttaranchal in India, is accessible by air, rail and road.

Jolly Grant near Dehradun, the capital city, is the only airport. There are regular flights to Delhi by Indian Airlines. Otherwise, you can travel to Delhi by road or rail and then catch a flight to your onward destination.

Rail: Dehradun, Haridwar, and Kathgodam are the major railway stations connected to the rest of the country by regular trains. Within the state, railway lines are fewer due to the difficult terrains. To visit places at higher altitudes, trekking and road routes are the best options.
Road: All-weather metalled roads connect almost all the important places in the state. Many places in the higher altitudes may still remain inaccessible for some time during the year due to landslides and snowfall. National Highways such as 58, 73, 74, and 87 connect places in the state to other parts of the country.

Regular bus services connect Delhi and other major centres in North India with Dehradun. The road distances of some prominent destinations from Dehradun are as follows: Musoorie, 35 km; Delhi, 255 km; Mumbai, 1927 km; Chennai, 2488 km; Haridwar, 54 km; Rishikesh, 43 km; Shimla, 221 km; Nainital, 485 km; Kedarnath, 270 km; Badrinath, 344 km; Gangotri, 301 km; Yamunotri, 265 km; Chakrata, 92 km; Corbett National Park, 236 km; Har-Ki-dun, 187 km; Valley of Flowers and Hemkund, 342 km.


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