Last Updated on April 4, 2022 by admin
India is dotted with zillions of mountain treks that promises trekkers and adventure seekers some of the best enchanting landscapes. The treks take you close to the verdant valleys, tropical rainforests, and mighty mountain peaks. Trekking has turned out to be one of the most sought after adventure activities to enjoy the natural splendour of India. While Hampta Pass Trek offers trekkers serene beauty of the spiti valley, the triund trek offers panoramic views from a great height. While Beak Kund Trek lets you immerse into the captivating viewpoint of the Pir Panjal Ranges, the Chandrakhani Pass Trek provides you with a once in a lifetime opportunity to marvel at the mesmerizing views of Parbati, Deo Tibba, and Pir Panjal Peaks.
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.Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Hampta Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh can be considered as one of the easiest treks that anyone can take. The trek starts from the Hampta Village located in the Kullu Valley and completes at Chatru in Lahaul and Spiti Valley. This easy trek is spread over 35 km at 4400 meters above the sea level and usually takes about 4 – 5 days to complete. If you are a beginner in high altitude trekking expedition then this is one of the most ideal choices that you can choose. The Hampta pass trek will let you capture the mystical views of the snow capped valleys, floral meadows, dense forest covers, and crystal clear water streams. You will truly fall in love with the barren lands of Lahaul-Spiti while enjoying your overnight camping. You can plan out for this trek from the month of June to the month of November.
.Triund Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Triund Trek is considered to be one of the super thrilling treks in India that promises you great adventures. You will surely have an exhilarating experience enjoying the panoramic views from a great height. The trek will take you through the lush green forest of oak trees and rhododendrons. This easy trek is just 2 days trekking for about 7 km starting from Mcleodganj to Bhagsu Village and then to Triund at an elevation of 2850 meters above the sea level. The best time to head out on this trek would be from the month of March to the month of December.
.Beas Kund Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Beas Kund Trek in Himachal Pradesh is considered to be one of the most challenging treks in India as it is situated at an elevation of about 3810 meters above the sea level. The trek lets you immerse into the captivating views of the Pir Panjal Ranges and Bakarthach Meadows. The Beas Kund has got a mythological connection with the Hindu Mythology. It is considered to be the bathing site of the Hindu Saint, Vyas who is the author of the great Mahabharat. You can take this moderate trek from the month of May to the month of October.
.Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Chandrakhani pass Trek at an altitude of 3650 meters above the sea level is known for its stunning surrounding views. The trek is spread over a challenging 22 km route and takes you through the Naggar Village in the Kulu Valley. Taking this trek, you will delight your eyes with the mesmerizing views of Parbati, Deo Tibba, and Pir Panjal Peaks. The route of the trek takes you through meandering paths dotted with fir and oak trees. You will truly fall in love with the peace and tranquility this entire place has to offer as it is situated far away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. The best time to take this moderate trek would be from the month of June to the month of October.
.Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
Markha Valley Trek in Ladakh is not only the most sought after treks in the region but also it is the largest valley. The trek through this mountainous valley will take you through Skiu, Chilling, Hankar, Sara, and Nimaling in just 10 days at an elevation of about 5200 meters above the sea level. This trek will take you across a number of tiny hamlets and many age old monasteries, places of worships, and forts. Taking this trek, you will also get to witness the stunning view of K2 Mountain Ranges, Kang Yatse Peaks, Stok Kangri, and Karakoram Ranges. The best time to head out on this moderate to difficult trek would be from the month of July to the month of September.
.Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand
Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites as it is just magical in appearance. Dotted with colorful flowers, the entire valley offers enchanting views. It is one of the best trekking sites in India spread over 55 km at an altitude of 3658 km. The valley of flowers remains in its full glory during the monsoon season and the Himalayan flowers truly make the place no less than haven. The best time to take this easy to moderate trek would be from the month of July to the month of September.
.Rupin Pass Trek, Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Rupin Pass Trek in the Garhwal region is one of the challenging treks that is located at an altitude of 15250 feet above the sea level. The trek is about 52 km long and it takes about 7 days to complete it. This trek is especially taken by expert trekkers and nature lovers as the trek is filled with small and big challenges as well as breathtaking scenic views. You will also come across some of the mystic cascading waterfalls, stunning view of Kinner Kailash Peak, and hanging villages. The best time to head out on this trek would be from the month of May to the month of June and again from the month of September to the month of October.
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