Abbott Mount, situated 56 kms from Pithoragarh is noted for its exceptional view of the northern hill ranges which offers peaceful and picturesque environment. It is located at an elevation of 6400 ft above the sea level and remains covered with the sheets of snow during winters. It is one amongst the popular tourists' places of India which is ideal for trekking, photography and birding. You can witness snow clad Himalayan peaks from Abbott Mount.
The Asan Barrage Water Sports Resort brings in the much wanted refreshment into the nature tours in Dehradun. A water sports resort had been meticulously prepared at the Asan Barrage, by the Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam in the year 1994. This is an ideal place for bird lovers and Naturalists alike, who can travel easily up to the Asan barrage, and see thousands of birds who have travelled miles to be there.
Auli is 72 mks from Chamoli. Tourist visits this place as the place is a skiing paradise and beholds the natures perfect beauty in it. The snow covered slopes of Auli has always been the centre of attraction to the people visiting this place. If you are visiting this place and you are one of the skiing enthusiasts then you can ask Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam (GMVN) for the skiing equipment which they provide.
Bhagirathi Resort is 18 kms drive along the Chakrata road, Bhagirathi Resort at Selaqui, Dehradun lends a tremendous spectacle of the Himalayan ranges. The resort lures tourists with its tranquil swimming pool, water slides and fountains. With almost all the facilities and attractions, a family or a group can enjoy the outdoors and indoor activities in its peaceful environment. It has some water sports, pool, boating facility. The approach to this resorts is easy by cars and close to Selaqui.
Gaumukh Glacier is situated at a distance of 18 kms from Gaumukh at an elevation of 4000 mts above the sea level. Gaumukh glacier runs 30 kms long and 3 to 4 kms wide and is the largest Glacier of India, after Siachen. The terminus of the Gangotri Glacier is said to resemble a cow's mouth. That is why it is called Gaumukh (Gau meaning cow, mukh meaning mouth). Gaumukh is the source of Bhagirathi River which later after the confluence of Devprayag is known as Ganga River. Around the glacier are the peaks of the Gangotri Group, including several peaks notable for extremely challenging climbing routes, such as Shivling, Thalay Sagar, Meru, and Bhagirathi III. It flows roughly northwest, originating in a cirque below Chaukhamba, the highest peak of the group.