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Valley of flowers is located at ........................................
& is famous for .................................................. .......

Asked by Raghav Handa, 18 Aug '07 06:48 am
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The ascent to the Valley of Flowers begins from the small settlement of Govindghat (1800 m), 22 km beyond Joshimath en-route to Badrinath. After crossing a suspension bridge over the Alaknanda a 3 km trek brings one to the small village Pulna with basic facilities to tourists. The next 9 km trek from Pulna to Govind Dham (Ghangaria) is for the most part along the Bhyundar Ganga. This route is punctuated with waterfalls, wild flowers, forests and beautiful landscapes. On the way there is one more small migratory village- Bhyundar, named after the river and surrounded by dense broadleaf moist temperate forest. The last stretch is a steep ascent to Govind Dham, 3 km beyond which lies the Valley of Flowers.

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The Valley of Flowers National Park (87.50 km2, lat 30 41' - 30 48'N and long 79 33' - 79 46'E) is located in Chamoli Garhwal, about 595 km northeast of Indias capital Delhi in the state of Uttaranchal. The Valley of Flowers has now included in the world heritage site- Nanda ...more
Answered by harpreet singh, 18 Aug '07 07:05 am

 
  
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The Valley of Flowers is located in UTTRANCHAL and is famous for Ayurvedic Flowers and Kesar etc.
Answered by Rishi Sharma, 18 Aug '07 06:58 am

 
  
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Valley of Flowers National Park is an Indian national park in the Himalayan area in Uttarakhand, India. Together with Nanda Devi National Park, it forms part of the Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks World Heritage Site. The park stretches over an expanse of 87.50 km.

The Valley of Flowers was declared a national park in 1982. This part of Uttarakhand, in the upper reaches of Garhwal, is inaccessible through much of the year. The area lies on the Zanskar range of the Himalayas with the highest point in the national park being Gauri Parbat at 6,719 m above sea level.

Answered by anjali sharma, 18 Aug '07 06:52 am

 
  
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Kashmir roses.
Answered by Ramasamy Nagarajan, 18 Aug '07 06:49 am

 
  
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The Valley of Flowers is located in UTTRANCHAL and is famous for Ayurvedic Flowers and Kesar etc.
Answered by rajan, 24 Jun '13 03:52 pm

 
  
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The ascent to the Valley of Flowers begins from the small settlement of Govindghat (1800 m), 22 km beyond Joshimath en-route to Badrinath. After crossing a suspension bridge over the Alaknanda a 3 km trek brings one to the small village Pulna with basic facilities to tourists. The next 9 km trek from Pulna to Govind Dham (Ghangaria) is for the most part along the Bhyundar Ganga. This route is punctuated with waterfalls, wild flowers, forests and beautiful landscapes. On the way there is one more small migratory village- Bhyundar, named after the river and surrounded by dense broadleaf moist temperate forest. The last stretch is a steep ascent to Govind Dham, 3 km beyond which lies the Valley of Flowers.
Answered by Quest, 23 Jun '13 04:16 pm

 
  
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Uttaranchal
Answered by Saj Sierra, 19 Aug '07 04:08 am

 
  
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