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Rivers of Uttarakhand

1. Ganga River
2. Yamuna River
3. Alaknanda River
4. Bhagirathi River
5. Gori Ganga River
6. Kosi River
7. Mandakini River
8. Tons River
9. Bhilangna River
10. Dhauliganga River

Uttarakhand is blessed with numerous rivers flowing down from the mighty Himalayas. The two most popular rivers in Uttarakhand are the Ganga and the Yamuna. Apart from these rivers, there are many other beautiful and holy rivers too. These rivers bring fresh water for drinking, farming, and generating electricity. People in Uttarakhand rely on these rivers for their daily needs.

The Ganga is an important river for Hindus and is considered a holy river. People from across India come here to bathe in its water and pray. Yamuna River is also considered the holiest river according to the Hindu religion. People come here to offer prayers and take holy dips.

Apart from religious values, the rivers in Uttarakhand also support agriculture along its banks. You can also enjoy thrilling activities like kayaking and river rafting in Uttarakhand on these rivers.

We have shortlisted the 10 most popular rivers in Uttarakhand that you can explore on your next trip. You can also book Uttarakhand packages and get a chance to admire its beautiful rivers.

Here are some of the most famous rivers in Uttarakhand:

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Ganga River

  • The Ganga River is one of the sacred rivers in Uttarakhand in Hindu mythology.
  • It originates in the Himalayan mountains at Gomukh which is the end of the Gangotri Glacier.
  • This river also passes through Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal, and merges at the Bay of Bengal.
  • Ganga and Yamuna are the two rivers that meet in Uttarakhand, near the city of Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh. People gather at this river for religious ceremonies and rituals along its sacred waters.

Location: The Ganga River flows through Haridwar and Rishikesh.

Length: The length of the Ganga River is 2,525 km.
02

Yamuna River

  • Yamuna is the longest river in Uttarakhand. It flows from the Yamunotri Glacier and merges into the river Ganga at Prayagraj.
  • The Yamuna River holds immense religious importance in Hinduism.
  •  It is considered the sister of the Ganges River, and many pilgrimage sites dot its banks, including Mathura, Vrindavan, and Agra.
  • As it continues its journey, it passes through picturesque towns such as Barkot and Uttarkashi. 
  • The Ganga River serves as a lifeline for communities along its banks. It provides water for drinking, agriculture, and other essential needs.

Location: Uttarakhand and other states like Haryana, Delhi, and Uttar Pradesh.

Length: The length of the Yamuna River is 1,376 km.

03

Alaknanda River

  • The Alanknanda tops the list of rivers in Uttarakhand for its scenic beauty. 
  • It carves its path through the majestic Himalayan peaks offering breathtaking views at every turn. It starts from Satopanth and Bhagirath Kharak Glaciers.
  • The Alaknanda River is considered the major source of irrigation and power generation in Uttarakhand. 
  • It also provides water for drinking and agriculture, supporting local livelihoods along the route.
  • While the Alaknanda's strong currents might not be ideal for all water activities, you can experience the thrill of white water rafting on specific sections of the river. You can also enjoy other activities at Alaknanda River like cliff jumping and more.

Location: Uttarakhand.

Length:
The total length of the Alaknanda River is 195 km.

04

Bhagirathi River

  • The Bhagirathi River originates from the Gangotri Glacier in Uttarakhand, a holy site for Hindu pilgrims, at Gaumukh in Uttarakhand.
  • It is considered the source stream of the Ganges River according to Hindu mythology. 
  • King Bhagiratha is said to have brought the heavenly Ganges River down to Earth to purify the ashes of his ancestors.
  • It continues to flow to Uttarkashi and then through Dharasu, Chinyalisaur, and the old town of Tehri.
  • From Tehri, it reaches Devprayag via the Himalayas. At Devprayag, it meets with the Alaknanda River and forms the river Ganges.
  •  The tranquil waters of Bhagirathi and its serene surroundings attract visitors seeking peace in nature’s beauty.

Location: Uttarkashi District, Tehri District, Uttarakhand

Length: The Bhagirathi River is 205 km in length

05

Gori Ganga River

  • The Gori Ganga River is one of the most beautiful rivers in Uttarakhand, known for its clear, white waters and stunning Himalayan backdrop.
  • The source of the Gori Ganga lies in the Milam Glacier, nestled northeast of the majestic Nanda Devi peak.
  • The Gori Ganga River joins the Kali River near Jauljibi, forming the Mahakali River which also serves as a natural border between India and Nepal.
  •  The Gori Ganga River also flows through the mountains of Rajramba and Chaudhara.

Location:
Munsiyari Tehsil of the Pithoragarh District, Uttarakhand

Length: The total length of the Gori Ganga River is 104 km

06

Kosi River

  • The Kosi River has two source branches: one originates in the Dhaprani Dhar near Kausani, Uttarakhand, and flows southward.
  • The other major branch originates from the confluence of three major tributaries - Sun Kosi, Arun Kosi, and Tamur Kosi - all originating in the Himalayas of Nepal and Tibet.
  • The Kosi River also joins the river Ganges in the Katihar District of Bihar.
  • It also provides water for irrigation in some towns like Betal Ghat, Bujan, Amdana, and Ramnagar.
Location: Nepal and Northern India

Length: The total length of the Kosi River is 170 km

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Mandakini River

  • The Mandakini River is one of the smallest rivers in Uttarakhand
  • This river emerges from the Chorabari Glacier near Kedarnath and merges with the Alaknanda River at Rudraprayag. 
  • This river ends at Kaliganga near the Kalimath Temple and with Madhyamaheshwar Ganga near Ukhimath.
  • The gentle flows of the current make this river a perfect spot to enjoy water sports like kayaking and river rafting in Uttarakhand. 
  • The serene waters and mesmerizing surroundings of the Mandakini River offer a soothing retreat for those seeking a peaceful escape to nature.
Location: Uttarakhand

Length: The total length of the Mandakini River is 72 km

08

Tons River

  • The Tons River originates from the Himalayas near the border with Himachal Pradesh.
  • It is one of the largest tributaries of the Yamuna River, contributing more water volume than the Yamuna itself at their confluence.
  • Along its path, the river passes through towns like Mori, Netwar, Hanol, Sankri, Maindrath, Atal, Kuanu, Tiuni, and Dakpathar. As it continues to flow, it meets the Yamuna River near Kalsi.
  • The Tons river is a haven for adventure enthusiasts, offering exciting water activities like rafting, body surfing, and kayaking due to its fast-flowing rapids.

Location: Bandarpoonch, Uttarakhand

Length: The total length of Tons River is 148 km

09

Bhilangna River

  • The Bhilangna River is a major tributary of the Bhagirathi River, which is the source stream of the Ganges River.
  • It flows south from the Khatling Glacier, which is the source of the river, and meets the Bhagirathi at Old Tehri, the site of the Tehri Dam. 
  • The Bhilangna and its major tributary, the Bal Ganga, contribute significantly to the water flow of the Ganges.
  • The Bhilangna River Valley is a popular trekking destination, with the Khatling Glacier trek offering stunning Himalayan scenery. 
  • This River is an important source of hydropower, with several hydroelectric projects located along its course.

Location: The Bhilangna River is located in Uttarakhand, India.

Length: Its length is approximately 50 kilometers.
10

Dhauliganga River

  • The Dhauliganga River is a turbulent river that originates in the Himalayas.
  •  It flows southward and joins the Alaknanda River, another major source stream of the Ganges, at Vishnuprayag. 
  • The Dhauliganga River plays a vital role in the Himalayan ecosystem. It provides a critical water source for various flora and fauna, including alpine vegetation, fish species, and migratory birds.
  • The Dhauliganga River gained notoriety due to a glacial flood in 2021 that originated from the Nanda Devi Glacier. This event caused significant damage to dams and infrastructure in the region. 
  • Rishiganga River is the major tributary of this river.

Location: Uttarakhand, India (bordering regions of Garhwal and southwestern Tibet).

Length: It is approximately 70 kilometers in length.
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12 July 2018
Excellent
This was my maiden trek and I am glad I chose Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Saheb. I carried home tonnes of great memories from the trip that I will cherish for my life. Serene Nature, Splendid weather, a great company of cousins, new friends we made and the team who lead the trek made a perfect mixture to cherish. While the chirpy young kept the team charged, the conviction of the others was inspirational to the rest. I am also glad that Thrillophillia conducts this trip which I came to know after reading thrillophilia reviews. The field team lead by Yogi and Sandeep was awesome. At some point or other everyone in the group were amazed with their knowledge, patience, perseverance, untiring efforts to make the trip a memorable and comfortable one for the entire team. Their daily briefing was quite interesting. Valley of flowers amazed us with the nuances it offered every minute. The continuous rain, the chill of the breeze, narrow steep path, rolling stones, changing landscape every minute, moving clouds around you, crossing the river over narrow bridges…. The list goes on and on Hemkund Saheb is another marvel. This place left most of the team members ecstatic. What a bliss. The only place I have seen made many people cry with joy. A place that one must visit atleast once in their lifetime. The trek(mule ride), the hospitality at the Gurudwara were breathtaking. It was a testimony to what faith can bring out of people. We could see people of all age groups from 3 to 70+ trek all the way from Govindghat to Hemkund Saheb, carrying children and luggage on shoulders and sometime on mules. Wow… We were exposed to a new world of Ghangaria which come alive in March and sleeps over from October. A town that has everything active only for 4 months.
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Z Shabir Har Ki Dun Trek
Excellent
To tell the truth, we started this trek with many doubts and inhibitions. Especially since we had 2 children aged 7 & 8 who had done only single day treks till date. Our trek leader Makkhan Singh gave us a complete overview of what we could expect but nothing prepared us for the unadulterated natural beauty that was all around us from the start to the finish of the trek. From Deodar trees in the lower ranges to tall pine forests on taller peaks. The autumn colours were visible in full glory. Many moments bring a smile back to our faces like speaking to the villagers we met on the way, finding a couple of langoors spying on us, having black tea with herbs that instantly refreshed us and many more such memories. Camping was a whole new experience for all of us. It taught us the discipline of timing and the regard for others comfort. The cooks who accompanied us were very thoughtful about our children and tried their best to serve food that kids would enjoy. Needless to say, the snow was the best part of the trek. We made a snowman with the help of trek guide Ashish. He was wonderful with our kids. He played with them, but was also very careful about their safety. I wish to wholeheartedly thank each and every one in the team who helped organize this trek so perfectly. We didn't feel a single moment of confusion or uncertainty over any of the arrangements made. This experience has definitely made us wish to do more such treks in the future.
13 April 2019
Moni Shankar Chandrashila Trek
Excellent
The stay at kund was a very pleasant one. It had wonderfull golden views of Kedardome. Sound of mountain river just below the campsite was like a soothing lullaby. The fully blooming rhododendron gave the perfect reddish look of the season FALL. Now as we come to the part of the trek to deorital, the day started with a double puncture of one of our car which was to take us to SARI. But to our joy it provided us the perfect excuse to start our trek right from kund. The opportunity gave us time to photograph the kedar dome from a height and on the way we also came by a hilly waterfall which gave us plenty to take home some mesmerizing photographs. By the time our car was ready to take us to Sari. On reaching Sari we started our climb to Deorital Lake . On the way we filled up our water bottles from a mountain spring and wow the most refreshing drink i had in my life off cousre accompanied by chewing of rhododendron petals. On reaching deorital we were greeted with patches of snow and a mesmerizing view of snow clad-en peaks of Chaukhamba. We could even capture the reflection of the cliffs in the clear water of the lake. After having a packed lunch we descended down to sari by taking a visit to hilly temple. On the way back we went to Ukhimath, the winter home of BABA Kedarnath. The secondays climb was from Chopta. There was snow right from Chopta. We claded our shoes with the mandatory spikes and started our climb throw the snow laden valley and mountain sides of chopta taking occassional breaks. The temple of Tungnath was almost under snow. After taking a break at tungnath we further ascended to Chandrasila peak making new path through the fresh snows. And like we were on the top of the world with 360 degree view of Nanda Devi, Trishul and Chaukhamba. The weather had by then started getting little naughty with patches of black clouds hovering around. After taking a quick packed lunch we started our descend, which was packed with thrills and surprises courtesy our guide Monu Rana. We went back to our childhood days by sliding and rolling through the snows like 3 year old toddlers and just yelling in excitement. On reaching chopta we boarded our cars to be back to kund. A heavy downpour welcomed us to Kund and let us have a unique experience of heavy mountain lashes. Next day we were back to Haridwar after having a tastefull lunch at Jayalgarh. A wow experience of lifetime in my sixth trek.
05 July 2019
Sanjay Kumar Gond Har Ki Dun Trek
Excellent
Hi All, I took Har Ki Dun trek, booked via Thirllophila. The operator made all the arrangements. Though I was travelling Solo, I was surrounded with company of good locals and other fellow trekkers, all heading towards Har Ki Dun. It was 07 days trek & was a awesomely memorable journey. I really enjoyed whole trek and company of Rishab & Nitin bhai (Guides). They really took good care of me and my fellow trekkers. I meet many people and few became good friends of mine with whom I'm still communicate. Guys, I recommend every new trekkers, solo or group to go for it. This trek is easy to moderate with mesmerizing views with really tasty foods along the trek camping. Though, I visited at end of June but rain was at beginning and bothered us very little. Those snow covered mountain tops and chilled water river streams are beautiful. Along the way, is wooden bridges, water steams, cold clouds, lush green dense forests and few Maggie shops by local peoples to take rest and spend some time with nature. Thanks again to Thrillophilia!
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Excellent
19th to 23rd January 2019 can’t forget, can’t explain the experience in my life !! The Brahmatal trek is unforgettable in this lifetime!! Yes, we faced some mighty powers of mountains and skies , when we were at Brahmatal camp at 12000feet severe snow storm was hit !! Yea we wanted live snowfall we were praying for it since we booked for the trek but the holy nature gave us so much snowfall that’s enough for one lifetime!! It was almost 4 to 5 feet snow outside our camps !!! we experienced temp of around -15 to -20 degree !! we took shelters in chacha ki dhukhan (small shop with wooden roof covered with tarpol)! The best part was our guides when all others trekking companies like India hike, trek the Himalayas team went down in snow storm our team stayed back up until the 36hours storm was gone and descended with a view that can be remembered every day in this lifetime !! Thinking about the hike up the mountain, right before the peak, the pain is unbearable. The trek has been long and the journey has been uphill against snow filled rocky terrain. Just before you reach the top, you feel as if you’ll never be able to take another step, yet you do. You forget ahead and just as the desire to give up becomes strongest, you reach the top. The light, the view is incredible, and you can finally see clearly what you’ve been fighting for. Suddenly, the next part of your journey is clear. It's beautiful, and its all laid out in the sight ahead and below. You are renewed, you know now where you are going. Today, if you are in a season where you are heading uphill and all you see is the mountainous terrain ahead, I hope to inspire you to keep going. Take small steps, but don't stop and don't dare go backwards. When it feels like you can't move, take a deep breath, and cry out for strength to just take the very next step. You will reach the top of your mountain and your joy will be great!! You are moving forward and your destiny awaits! After this trek, my confidence has boosted for sure !! I would like to thank my trek guides from bottom of my heart Raju bhayia, Praveen bhai who took very good care of us overnights and days in that severe snow storm and motivating on each and every step which was very difficult on the way back !! Again I Repeat this experience “Cannot be explained and cannot forget” in this lifetime!! Guys from experience I recommend you to carry all the trekking gears without fail or u gonna suffer REAL bad in those mighty mountains especially must if u are doing in peak winter ... (don't forget to see the forecast ) imp gears are Minus temp waterproof outer jacket, down jacket .thermal inners, lots of t-shirts at least 4, thermal pants, trek pants 2 , track pants , walking poles , WATERPROOF SHOES ( very imp ), 4 pairs of thermal socks , GATERS u can't walk without it in snow, in safer side carry one meter of tarpol that can be used in heavy snow as gaters (telling with experience) , woollen caps, glove inners, waterproof gloves .. Be mentally prepared for the worst !!!u will really enjoy it and ur confidence will be much more then what you were !! MUST DO TREK!
22 March 2021
Very Good
Overall it was a nice experience at the camp. The members were supportive & cordial. The foods were tasty & good too. But the reception needed to improve soon as we reached Rishikesh for rafting.
22 March 2021
Excellent
We would like to thank Thrillophilia for the amazing photos. The photographer was very professional and suggested various poses. Thanks for making our trip memorable!
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Excellent
"well managed trip"
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Excellent
This was the very first trek of my life and Thrillophilia made sure to make the best of it. A traveller picked us up from Dehradun and we reached Sankri around 4 pm. Mr Bachan Rana made sure we were well instructed and equipped. Our trek guides Mukesh sir and Prakash sir were amazing and made sure no one is left behind. Not having an active physicality, I was always the last one to reach the base, but they made sure I didn't feel left out and helped me with the snow and the rocks. I also made great friends with every member of my group and by the end of the trek, we were one big family. We never would have guessed in our wildest dreams that they would be serving us gulab jamuns and pasta on our trek. They really outdid themselves while catering to our needs. The tents were already pitted and were as warm as they could be. Our group was the first to make it to the summit, watch the sunrise and then slide back. We got to see rainfall, snowfall and a gazillion of stars (a sight I can never forget) on this trek. The bonfires were a cherry on the top. I never knew how badly I needed this trek, an internet detox that really helped me catch up with myself. I would definitely rate this trek a 6/5.
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It was my first experience of trekking which was really good, the transport provided was good, food was good, Guide Raj and Sachin were too good they supported and took care of all the group members nicely throughout our trek no one should be left while trekking or missed entertained our group and kept motivated, stay provided while jungle stay was also good.

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TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
YER -
Yemeni Rial
ZAR - R
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
VND -
Vietnamese dong