Uttarakhand Stories

15 Shades of Mount. Chaukhamba

by Manoj Bhandari
Nov 29, 2016

Chaukhamba is one of the highest mountains situated entirely within India. It is a part of Gangotri group of majestic Garhwal Himalayas. It got its name from its four summits. In local Garhwali dialect, Chau+Khamba means four pillars. The elevation of the highest summit of Chaukhamba peak is 7,138 m (23,419 ft) ! You can feel the majesty of Chaukhamab peak from both Garhwal and Kumaon regions of Uttarakhand. Here are 15 best shots of Chaukhama peaks from different places of Uttarakhand.

1. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Pauri Garhwal

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

2. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Tungnath temple

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

3. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Namoli, Guptkashi

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

4. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Saurankhal

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

5. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Chopta

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

6. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Bhairon Gari

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

7. Chaukhamba Peaks view Shitlakhet, Almora

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

8. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Begna, Chamoli

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

9. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Bisudital, Ukhimath

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

10. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Lansdowne

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

11. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Devariyatal

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

12. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Budha Madmaheshwar

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

13. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Chandrashila

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

14. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Buwakhal, Pauri

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

15. Chaukhamba Peaks view from Agastyamuni

Chaukhamba Peak Rudraprayag

Manoj Bhandari

Manoj Bhandari


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