Our Hotels in Joshimath.

About Joshimath

Our Hotels in Joshimath, also known as Jyotirmath, is a town and a municipal board in Chamoli District in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. Located at a height of 6,150 feet, it is a gateway to several Himalayan mountain climbing expeditions, trekking trails and pilgrim centres like Badrinath.

Joshimath, a picturesque town in Uttarakhand, is like a serene retreat nestled amidst the stunning Himalayan mountains. It's a place that blends spirituality, natural beauty, and a touch of adventure.

Imagine a town surrounded by snow-capped peaks, where the Alaknanda River flows gracefully – that's Joshimath for you. The town is not only a religious hub but also a gateway to some of the most breathtaking destinations in the region.

One of the significant places in Joshimath is the Jyotirmath, also known as the Joshimath, which is one of the four mathas established by Adi Shankaracharya. Pilgrims often visit this matha seeking spiritual solace and blessings.

Joshimath serves as a base for the journey to Badrinath, one of the Char Dhams, and the Valley of Flowers, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its vibrant alpine flowers. The town is a starting point for various treks and expeditions into the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

The town itself has a calm and peaceful ambiance, with small eateries and local markets. You can enjoy a quiet stroll, taking in the mountain air and the beautiful views that surround the area.

For adventure enthusiasts, Auli, a famous skiing destination, is just a cable car ride away from Joshimath. The ropeway ride offers panoramic views of the snow-covered mountains, making it a memorable experience.

Whether you're here for a spiritual journey, an adventure in the mountains, or simply to unwind amidst nature, Joshimath welcomes you with open arms. It's a place where the mountains stand as silent guardians, and every corner tells a story of the rich cultural and natural heritage of Uttarakhand. .

Places To Visit in Joshimath

Narsingh Temple

Within 5-6 KM
Narsingh Temple is a popular temple in Joshimath. Famous as a part of Sapt Badri, Narsingh Temple is also called as Narsingh Badri Temple

Auli Ropeway

Within 5-6 KM
Auli Ropeway is the major attraction in Auli offering magnificent and majestic Himalayan views. A highest and longest ropeway in Asia after Gulmarg,

Nanda Devi National Park

Within 20-30 KM
The area is reputed as one of the most spectacular wilderness in the Himalayas and is dominated by 'Nanda Devi Peak' which is a natural monument


Within 3-5 KM
Vishnuprayāg is the confluence of India's Alaknanda and Dhauliganga rivers—the first of five major confluences of the Alakanda known as the Panch Prayag.

Bagini Glacier Trek

Within 30-40 KM
The route which takes you to the Advance camp taken for mountaineering expeditions to High ranging peaks like Changbang and Kalanka gives you a feel of being in Everest Base Camp without it’s hustle and bustle of overcrowding and commercialization.

Kagbhusandi Tal - Kankul Pass Trek

Within 90-100 KM
The Kagbhusandi Lake or Khagbhusandi is a small emerald green lake situated at an altitude of 5,230 metres near Kankul Pass (5,230 m) almost a km in length. This lake is cocooned in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand state.

Things To Do In Joshimath


Within 10-20 KM
This ropeway is another prime attraction of the town which is regarded as the longest ropeway in Asia towards Auli. The services are open only during summers offering a captivating view of snow clad Himalayas.


Within 90-100 KM
Offering picturesque views of grasslands and hills used for step farming, Tapovan is a tourist spot located near Joshimath, Uttranchal. Mainly, Tapovan is known for its hot springs.