Wan Village is a beautiful hamlet At 2,400 metres above sea level, the quiet village of Wan is found in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district. Known for its scenic beauty and serene atmosphere, Wan Village serves as the base camp for the famous trek to the Roopkund trek and Hemkund Sahib.
|Roopkund trek, village Tourism
|15 km Lohajung
|Nearest Railway Station or Airport
|Kathgodam 237kms/ Panthnagar 281kms
|Best time to visit
|Round the Year
Latu Devta Temple
Latu Devta Temple is a sacred site located in Wan Village in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, India. Dedicated to Latu, a local deity revered by the villagers, the temple holds cultural and religious significance. Pilgrims and locals visit the temple to seek blessings, especially before embarking on treks in the surrounding Himalayan region. The temple provides a serene and spiritual atmosphere, offering visitors a glimpse into the religious traditions of the area.
Trekking Places from Wan Village
- Bedni Bugyal – Ali Bugyal Trek: This trek takes you through the enchanting meadows of Bedni and Ali Bugyal. The trek starts from Wan Village and offers splendid views of the surrounding peaks.
- Brahmatal Trek: This trek takes you to the pristine Brahmatal Lake with stunning views of Mt. Trishul and Mt. Nanda Ghunti. The trek starts from Lohajung, not far from Wan Village.
- Roopkund Trek : Uttarakhand, is a thrilling journey through enchanting landscapes. Starting from Wan, trekkers traverse dense forests, picturesque meadows, and rugged terrains. The highlight is reaching Roopkund, a glacial lake with mysterious skeletal remains. This trek offers a blend of adventure,
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