Day 3:-Barnala Tal to Dayara Bugyal(Top to Barnala Tal)The trek starts through the forest trail in the morning.As we ascend leaving the forest trail behind we aregreeted with some shepherd huts called Chani in thelocal dialect. As we pass the huts the meadow, DayaraBugyal welcomes us with the backdrop of the snowcapped Himalayan peaks. The lush green expanse of 28square kilometers has streams and rivers that originatein this alpine meadow. The majestic Himalayan peaks,including Srikanth, Gangotri, Draupadi ka Danda,Jaonli, Bandarpunch and Swargarohini are visible fromthe meadow. We enjoy our time at Dayara top and afterrelaxing we trek back to Barnala Tal, our campsite forthe night.
The next morning we woke up with the beautiful sunrise. Then started trek to Dayara Bugyal. The Dayara Bugyal was covered with a good amount of snow. We get rejuvenated after watching the wonderful beauty of the area. The same day we returned home
We started our trek from Nating village. Mr Taman Raturi who runs a travel company 'Rope On Slope' was our guide. We trekked to Chilapada on first day. Chilapada is an  area occupied by chail trees that's why known as Chilapada. After pitching tents there we have done lots of fun there. We enjoyed our tea which was cooked by our guide. At night we ate Poori aloo that was very awesome. After that we went inside the tent and started doing star gazing from the open door. Staying in the tent was a thrilling and adventurous experience for us.
Day 3 – Gui to Barnala Taal via Dayara Bugyal Top(12500 ft)Today we will do our last strech towards Dayara.You will be awestruck to see the Dayara Meadows. It is a dream sight and it will leave you speechless. The Dayara meadows are pristine and vast, one of the most beautiful alpine meadows in India. From Dayara Bugyal top you can see many peaks such as Srikanth, Rudregaira, Gangotri I, II & III, Jaonli, Draupadi ka Danda I & II, Black peak, Bandarpunch, and many other unnamed peaks. After enjoying top view, will descend back towards Barnala taal. Overnight stay at Barnala taal campsite.