Rudraprayag and Tehri regions in Uttarakhand have the most elevated avalanche thickness and avalanche risk openness in the country.
The two sloping regions of the Himalayan state figure at the highest point of a table distributed as a feature of the Avalanche Chart book of India by Hyderabad-put together Public Remote Detecting Community with respect to the premise of satellite information inputs given by the Indian Space Exploration Association.
The rundown incorporates every one of the 13 regions of Uttarakhand that fluctuate from one another with regards to weakness to avalanches. While Rudraprayag and Tehri locale are positioned first and second in a rundown of 147 regions, Haridwar and Udham Singh Nagar figure at the base at 146th and 147th, separately.
The well known Kedarnath sanctuary is situated in Rudraprayag. It was the focal point of a huge cataclysmic event that killed thousands in June 2013.
Chamoli locale, where Joshimath is wrestling with a land-subsidence emergency, has been positioned at nineteenth, Uttarkashi 21st, Pauri 23rd, Dehradun 29th, Bageshwar 50th, Champawat 65th, Nainital 68th, Almora 81st and Pithoragarh 86th.