Erigeron Multiradiatus is an Asian species of flowering plants known as the Himalayan fleabane in the daisy family. Erigeron Multiradiatusis a height of 20 to 40 cm hirsute annual herb. At the apex, the leaves are sessile, obovate and blunt, dented at the tip. The heads of the flowers are dark purple. Ray florets are dark or light purple and disc florets are yellow. This is the flowers that are also available in September when most other flowers are in their last step or already mature enough You can see Erigeron Multiradiatus very quickly at different locations in the flowers valley. Starting from the Pushpawati River entrance gate.Quick info:
Location in the valley of flowers: On the way to Hemkund Sahib
Flowering season: June to July
We visited Valley of Flowers with 4 of family members in July 2016 with Global Connect Hospitality. We arrived at Haridwar by train & stayed in pre-booked hotel, the hotel was good enough for one night stay. Next day early morning, we left hotel for Joshimath. Almost full day travel by Innova.
We got drop from Joshimath to Govind Ghat to start the trek for Ghangharia, which is moderate and can be done comfortably by anyone with normal fitness, the best thing was that entry ticket was pre-booked for us, it enables us to start early morning for the Valley. It took just 4 hours to reach the valley. Surrounding was amazing. At few points, the trek was wet and slippery. So, better to take walking sticks during the trekking.
We enjoyed there the beauty of the valley which was beyond our expectation & since none can stay at the valley in the night so we had returned back to Ghangharia at 4:30 PM.
It was certainly a whole life experience……thanks for everything arranged for the amazing trip!!