Chopta, located in a part of Kedarnath wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand, is also known as mini Switzerland of India. Chopta is an incredibly fantastic combination of beautiful meadows and stunning snow-covered plains. Chopta is one of the most amazing and must-visit places for the one who is fond of traveling and nature.
Chopta rests and plays in the lap of Uttarakhand Himalayas and gives fascinating and breathtaking views of Himalayas’ extensions like Trishul, Nanda Devi, and Chaukhamba. Chopta village is rich in forests of pine, oak, deodar, rhododendron and rare animal species of monal bird, musk deer, and Pika Mouse.
It is around 450 km from Delhi via NH58 highway, 97 km from Dehradun airport, and 100 km from Rishikesh railway station.
|Languages spoken||Garhwali, Hindi, English|
|Best Time to Visit|
Chopta sightseeing can be done throughout the year, so it is always a crowded hill station by travellers. However, it a sacred place with many temples and shrines, so the months from April to November are precisely crowded. In summers the best time to visit Chopta, Uttrakhand is April to June. In winters, you can explore the destination with many adventurous activities from January to March.
|Area (km2)||5 km2|