Gartang Gali - 14 Kilometre

Gangotri - 25 Kilometre

On the road to Gangotri, a Hindu pilgrimage site, in the Uttarkashi district of the Indian state of Uttarakhand, is where you'll find Harsil, the Himalayan paradise, a village, tourist hill station, and army area.

At a height of 9,005 feet above sea level, Harsil is 78 kilometres from Uttarkashi and 30 kilometres from the 1,553-square-kilometer Gangotri National Park. The natural setting and apple production of the hill station are well-known.

According to local lore, the rivers Bhagirathi and Jalandhari once quarrelled over the importance of each other, thus giving rise to the name Harsil. It was requested that Lord Vishnu, also known as Hari, step in. He absorbed their rage by transforming himself into a massive stone known as a shila. Even now, following Hari-shila (or Harsil), the two rivers' waters are slightly less tumultuous.



Uttarkashi - Gangotri Rd, Harsil, Uttarakhand 249135


Note :  AC = Air Conditioner, SUDLX = Super Deluxe, SMDLX = Semi-Deluxe, DLX = Deluxe, ECO = Economy, FAM = Family Suite, ORD = Ordinary, WH2 = Wooden Hut 2 Beded, WH4 = Wooden Hut 4 Beded, DH = Deluxe Hut, GH = Gujjar Hut, AH = Alwin Hut, FGH4 = 4 Beded, FGH10 = 10 Beded, DORM = Single Bed only