We make plans for days and months for our upcoming trips we want to take, yet it hardly helps because most plans are left only on the papers. But one should keep making plans as a the excitement itself is like tripping, and should try executing it even when you are left alone for the trip, at least that's how i became a solo traveler and now i am always thankful to them for not joining me.
After finishing my trek to Gomukh, the spiritual tune i was dancing to made me keep the journey on, and i left myself flowing through it. This time i decided to turn this trip into Chhota Char Dham Yatra though i didn't had enough time to complete it i still made up my mind and chosen my next destination as "Yamuntori" .
I left Gangotri early morning and reached Uttarkashi by 1 PM. Again as usual as the driver was waiting to fill his taxi with enough passengers , we got late and left Gangotri by 10PM though we were supposed to start by 7AM morning. Anyways i was hungry so first thing i did was to reach Uttarkashi and fill my stomach enough to carry on for next 4-5 hours as i was suppose to be travelling with no time to have food again until evening. There was a bus waiting to go to Barkot at the bus stand. Its best available transportation to travel around Uttarkashi as they are punctual and reliable.
Situated at an elevation of 1,220 meters above sea level, Barkot is one of the popular destinations situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, India. The district is a part of Garhwal division. This town receives water from two sacred rivers Ganga and Yamuna. My next destination which was Yamunotri was only 50kms a 2-3 hours of journey away from Barkot.