We started our journey from Anand Vihar ISBT around 12'o clock night, that day was Friday. Well, I have the idea that I have to travel like 24 hours continuously as I am From the North but two of my friend who is travelling to Pahad(Hills) for the very first time are unaware of it, but like everybody journey is more beautiful than the destination - the traveller's Bible verse 01 :D
To reach Binsar, we opted the public transport as we were unaware of the road conditions. We took Uttarakhand State Transport bus scheduled at 10.30 pm from Anand Vihar that reached Haldwani bus stand the next morning.Here are some other options to reach Binsar.By RoadYou can travel to Binsar via Almora by road. Follow any of the routes below.• Option 1: Delhi - Moradabad -- Thakurdwara -- Kashipur -- Ramnagar -- Corbett -- Ranikhet -- Almora – Binsar• Option 2: Delhi - Moradabad -- Rampur -- Bilaspur -- Rudrapur -- Haldwani -- Kathgodam -- Bhimtal -- Bhowali -- Almora -- Binsar• Option 3: Delhi - Moradabad -- Rampur -- Suar -- Bazpur -- Kaladhungi -- Nainital -- Almora -- BinsarBy RailThe nearest railway station is Kathgodam. From there, you can hire a cab and reach Binsar.By AirThe nearest airport is Pantnagar Airport located 152 kms away. From there, you can hire a cab and reach Binsar.
We booked sleeping Volvo bus tickets to Rishikesh costing 450rs. We took a bus from Anand Vihar, New Delhi at 11 pm after having dinner at Dheemi aanch, a nearby Dhaba at the bus stand.
It begins now, the Plan B, the substitute to what would have been a journey through the heavenly valleys of Kashmir. Plans aborted and flights canceled bring us here to the dark petrol pump opposite Anand Vihar ISBT.Nothing is intricately planned, we only have one sure shot destination in mind. How to reach our destination is not elaborated on the internet or anywhere. For now, we know we have to reach Uttarkashi, and from there on we have to let our sixth sense take us forward.