(Last Updated on : 09/04/2014)
Chopta, in Uttarakhand
is situated at an altitude of 2900 meters, and is popularly known as "Mini Switzerland". This place is located 254 km from Rishikesh
, 36 km from Gopeshwar, and approximately 450 km from Delhi
. The best time to visit the place is from June to November.
Copta is the tiny settlement and commencement point to 3rd of Panch Kedar Tungnath. It offers beautiful view of the imposing Himalayan Mountain Range that includes Nanda, Trishul Mountain
and Chaukhamba Peak
. This place is rich in flora and fauna. Copta is located amidst deodar, pine and rhododendrons.
Chopta is very easily accessible and is situated near a Hamlet connect Gopeshwar with Guptkashi. Tourists from around the country and across the world throng the place to get a feel of the natural beauty of the place. Cool salubrious breeze and bird chirping makes the morning atmosphere serene and peaceful. The morning view of the place is simply invigorating when crimson rays of the sun kisses the snow clad Himalayas. It is always advisable tourists take light woolen cloths during summers and heavy woolen garments during the winter months. There are copious numbers of hotels and resorts that are available which provide comfortable accommodation at cheap rates. There are luxury arrangements as well for rich and wealthy.
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