Brahmatal Trek Uttarakhand 2023

Brahmatal Trek Highlights

Brahmatal trek is one of the best treks for the beginners. This is simple and easy trek to start.

Brahmatal trek is known as the one of the best winter treks in Himalayas. It is snow- capped in the middle of December to the middle of March. During this time, weather is very cold and trek is difficult for the rest of the season.

The view from the top of the peak will take you to a heaven. The attractive snow-capped peaks will take all your worries.

Brahmatal Trek Overview

The Brahmatal Trek is a popular winter trek. When the snow start falling on its slopes, the peak reveals a divine quality; the majority of the Brahmatal trip is on snow, which adds pleasure. Besides from the tough terrain, the trek is rich in breathtaking views, huge forests, massive Garhwal mountains reaching across the blue skies, and white rolling snowfields all around you. The true beauty of the Himalayas hits you after you pass the shadows of the trees. The never-ending mountain ridges, vast Bugyals, high elevation lakes, snow on the route, and breathtaking peak views make it an attractive winter journey.

The views of Mt. Trisul & Nanda Ghunti peaks are the most beautiful portion of the trek. The stunning views from the top is wonderful. This winter snow adventure is unlike any other.

Trekking in Uttarakhand is among of the most popular places for trekkers due to the large number mountain peaks. Trekkers and adventure seekers from all over India visit this location and leave with a heaven imprinted in their hearts.

Best time to visit Brahmatal Trek


The Brahmatal trek receives a lot of snow in January, and the snow gets more intense as you move higher. This enhances the thrill and fun in Brahmatal trekking. This is a snow lover’s heaven.

During the winter, the temperature of Brahmatal trek is cool during the day and freezing at night. Late night and early morning temperatures at Lohajung, Bekaltal, and Brahmatal can range from 0 to 2 degrees Celsius, 0 to -2 degrees Celsius, and -5 to -10 degrees Celsius, accordingly.


After March, the amount of snow on the route decreases, and only some spots of snow are visible. Brahmatal trek has no snow from April through June. The oak forests become greener, and the viewpoints change, offering a magnificent view of the mountains, valleys, and grasslands.

During the summer, the weather of Brahmatal trek is nice during the day, but it turns colder at night, and the temperature increases as you climb higher. Temperatures at night and early in the morning may range from 10 to 2 degrees Celsius.

Itinerary of Brahmatal Trek

DAY 1: Kathgodam to Lohajung

Reach Kathgodam early in the morning at the railway station or bus stop.

It will take you 9 hours to cover 225 kilometres from Kathgodam to Lohajung.

By late afternoon, you’ll arrive at Lohajung, where you’ll spend the night in a hotel or in a guest house.

DAY 2: Lohajung to Bekatal

Today’s trek will begin after breakfast. Start your trip to Bekaltal.

On the way, take in some spectacular views of Nandaghunti Peak.

Trek through the oak and pine trees. After entering Bekaltal, finish the 4-5 hours trek. The overall distance travelled would be 8 kilometres.

Spend the night in a camp.

DAY 3: Bekatal to Brahmatal

Enjoy the snow-covered routes that lead to Brahmatal. The trek will take approximately 4 hours to complete.

The routes go through the forest, when you arrive Telindi, you’ll be blessed with stunning views of the Himalayas.

Continue trekking till you reach Brahmatal (Khabekhal Lake).

Spend the night in a camp.

DAY 4: Brahmatal to Brahmatal high point and return

Prepare to cliimb to the peak of Brahmatal immediately after having breakfast.

Follow the twisting routes via Chota Jhandidar & Bada Jhandidar.

A mountain region surrounds this route, having valleys on the both sides.

Brahmatal Top will take roughly 2.5 hours to arrive.

Enjoy views of the spectacular Himalayan Ranges during your trek. Mt. Trishul is close, as are the views of Nandhaghunti.

From the top, you may enjoy stunning views of the snow-capped Himalayan Ranges.

Continue to the following camping ground in Daldum, and the trek may take up to 3 hours to complete. This trek will cover a total distance of 2.7 kilometres.

Spend the night in a camp.

DAY 5: Brahmatal to Loujung

Today, you’ll return to Lohajung through the same route you used to get to Brahmatal.

When you arrive, check into your guest house and relax.

DAY 6: Lohajung to Kathgodam

Finish the Brahmatal trek and leave for Kathgodam in the morning.

The Brahmatal trek finishes on your arrival in Kathgodam.

But, you can arrange a great day on your own, whether it’s sightseeing or shopping. Kathgodam will never disappoint you.