Trek in Rishikesh – Top 6 Reasons You love Patho Village

If you’re visiting Rishikesh and looking to have a village trekking experience for the first time in your life? Patho village- Trek in Rishikesh gives you many reasons to take this trail, it is the forested mountaintop village from where you can have a bird’ eyes view of the Rishikesh. Here are 6 reasons you love the Patho Village Half-Day Trek in Rishikesh.

Trek Starting Point:-  Kriya Yoga Ashram, Tapovan
Trek Ending Point:- Kriya Yoga Ashram Tapova
Trek Duration:- 5 hr Roundtrip
Trek Distance:- Total  8 km Back To Tapovan
Best Time to Visit:-  All-Weather Trek
Trek Level:-  Easy

Trek in Rishikesh – 6 Reasons To Do Patho Village

1-  Starting Point & Pocket-Friendly

The most advantage of this trial is the starting point, and it starts from Tapvovan Town. The trail starts behind the Kriya Yoga Ashram.

So, you do not need to hire any taxi or cab to reach starting point like other trekking trails in Rishikesh, and most important is pocket-friendly adventure activity.

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Bird Eye View from the Patho Village Rishikesh
Birds Eye View from the Patho Village Rishikesh

2- Bird’s Eye View of Rishikesh & Doon Valley

Rishikesh city sprawls along the bank of the Ganges, bordering Rajaji National park, so you look at Rishikesh from the mountaintop, it looks awesome Ramjhul, Janki Jhula, Beatles Ashram Bhoothnath Temple, and many ashrams along with  Doon Valley & Rajaji National Park.

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Patho Village Meadow Rishikesh
Patho Village Meadow Rishikesh

3- Lush Green Forested  Trail

The trail runs through the forest all the way up to the Patho village about 5 km from Tapovan that is an amazing part of this activity, you come across diverse landscapes of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas. And, at the top of the mountains, there is a Shiva Temple where you can meditate and relaxed.

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Bird Eye View from the Patho Village Rishikesh
Trail To Patho village

4- Offbeat Trek with Songs of  the Birds

The trail is best known for all kinds of adventure travelers who seek a half-day real-life offbeat trekking trail in Rishikesh. There are many trekking trails in Rishikesh but very almost around the year, you find them crowded. So, you look really offbeat activity this is the best for you.

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Rudra Waterfall Tapovan Rishikesh
Rudra Waterfall Tapovan Rishikesh

5- The Secret Waterfall & Shiva Temple

While the downhill trek, at the last tail of the trail, there is The Secret Waterfall Rishikesh, which is the most beautiful waterfall after Neer waterfalls in Rishikesh.

The Secret waterfall is less popular among visitors, so you find your own space to spend time in the water. The water quality of this waterfall is far better than others waterfalls in Rishikesh.

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Shiva Temple & Pipal Tree - Best Place For Meditation in Rishikesh
Shiva Temple & Pipal Tree – Best Place For Meditation in Rishikesh

6- The Overnight Camping Site

There is a  small meadow that makes the best mountaintop campsite near Rishikesh. The morning vista during sunrise is one of the most beautiful sunrises you’ll ever see.

You will pitch your tent in the middle of nowhere just the outskirts of the village &  every night you end up looking at billions of stars in the sky.

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Namaste! I am Om. I am a licensed Tourist Guide ( Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), I’m originally from Varanasi. Now, I am living in Rishikesh. I set up this blog to share my tips and experiences for traveling to inspire and help you to travel more. Hari Om

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