Day-1 Delhi - New Tehri Drive from Delhi to New Tehri (300 kms - 7 hours). Enroute visit the holy towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh, where you could stop visiting temples time permitting. Reach New Tehri by late evening.
Day-2 Activities and sightseeing in and around New Tehri Wake up in the morning to view the big Himalayan peaks, including India's second highest peak, Nanda Devi. Later in the morning set off on a drive to Dhanaulti Eco Park, which is an eco friendly and green forest area. Return through the forests at Kanatal. Evening enjoy a session of Rappelling.
Day-3 Sursingdhar - Kund Depart for Kund (150 kms - 5 krs). Kund (6000+ ft asl) is a riverside hamlet enroute to Kedarnath and in close proximity to Chopta (renowned for its meadows). Enroute you visit the Tehri Dam and Lake. Spend some time on the banks of the lake and and continue to travel to Kund. Evening drive/walk for a short distance to the Ukhimath temple OR spend time by the river.
Day-4 Bird watching and Deoriatal Lake trek Early morning set off on a Bird Watching trip with an expert. Return to the lodge for breakfast. Post breakfast drive to Sari village and from there trek or take a horse ride for about 2 kms to reach Deoriatal lake. The lake with meadows around it is surrounded by forests and mountain ranges.
Day-5 Kund - Auli Leave for Chopta (approx 1 hour). Chopta is considered as the "Mini Switzerland of India". From here one could head off on short trek or pony ride to the Shiva shrine at Tungnath (3680m). After taking a short rest climb down to Chopta. After lunch and depart for Auli (8000+ ft asl), a destination renowned for skiing and sporting excellent close range himalayan views all round the year.
Day-6 Chopta - Tungnath Visit and Drive to Auli Drive to Badrinath (9000+ ft asl - 50 kms - 1 hour). Badrinath is a renowned Lord Vishnu Pilgrim centre and one of the Char Dhams. Badrinath is also blessed with stunning Himalayan backdrop. While at Badrinath also visit the Tapt Kund, Narayan Kund, Mata Murty temple, Bhim Pul, etc. and also visit Mana village (the last temple on the Indian border). In Mana, where you can shop for some local handicrafts and handmade woollen items OR can stay back and enjoy the wonderful locales of Auli OR start hiking/pony ride and cross the forest over Auli and get on to the Gorson meadows, an awe inspiring view point. One can also enjoy a ride in the Ski lifts at Auli.
Day-7 Auli - Jayalgarh "After an early lunch drive for about 4-5 hours to get to Jayalgarh (175 kms - 5 hrs). Jayalgarh is set on the banks of river Alaknanda and has open views of a few villages set scenically in the nearby mountains.
Day-8 Jayalgarh - Delhi Depart for Delhi (330 kms - 9 hrs)
Chamba - Chamba is situated at 8500 ft asl and 30 kilometers farther from Kanatal and about 60 km from Mussoorie. Chamba lies enroute to Gangotri (one of the Chaar Dhams) and therefore an important stopover.
Kund - Kund is a riverside area 20 kms Short of Guptkashi in the Mandakini Valley offering view of the snow clad Kedar peak that forms the backdrop of the Kedarnath temple. Besides Kedarnath, number of other temples like Tungnath (the highest Shiva shrine), Madhyamaheshwar, Triyuginarayan, Guptkashi, Ukhimath, etc. can be approached from here.
Auli - Auli is a Ski resort, one of the highest in the word located at about 50 km from Badrinath and accessible by a cable car ride and also by Road (during Summers and monsoon period) from Joshimath.
Kirtinagar - Kirtinagar is riverside (Alaknanda, tributory of Ganga) transit point at 100 Km from Rishikesh enroute to Badrinath & Kedarnath Shrines, Hemkund Sahib & Auli.