Trekking is referred to as one of the most popular adventure sports in India. It is a lifetime experience that offers a high adrenaline rush and chance to come close to the wonders of nature. The Himalayan ranges offer several trekking routes, which range from being easy to extremely difficult in completion. The trails are a mix of flora, fauna, man-made structures, cultural experiences, religious delights and wildlife. They are the perfect place to experience undiving treasures.
Some of the amazing treks are:
Hampta pass trek in Himachal Pradesh:
The trek starts from village Hampta in the Kullu Valley and finishes at Chatru in the Lahaul & Spiti Valley. The popular Hampta Pass Trek is around 35 km long. It takes about 4 to 5 newbahis giriş days to complete the trek, with the highest altitude being 4400 m. In case you want to experience your first high altitude trek then this is the ideal place to start with. The scenery of the location is breathtaking and the experiences are unforgettable and memorable. The trek allows you to walk past snow-covered valleys, dense deodar forests, floral meadows, crystal clear water streams, Himalayan avifauna and through the barren lands of Lahaul-Spiti. The trek also includes a night camp stay at ChandraTal which provides you with fun memories.
Beas Kund Trek in Himachal Pradesh:
The most challenging trekking places of India are in Himachal Pradesh but it also offers a wonderful short trek named as Beas Kund Trek. It is considered as a popular long weekend trail in Manali. It enables you to walk along the banks of River Beas and enjoy the wonderful views of the Pir Panjal ranges, and Dhundi & Bakarthach meadows at sight. If you climb upwards you arrive at the originating point of the Beas river that is a glacial lake. It is also known as Beas Kund, which was the bathing site of Sage Vyas, the author of Mahabharata.
Chandrakhani Pass Trek:
The trek takes generally a duration of around 10 days and maximum altitude of 3650 m to cover. Chandrakani trek has a distance of around 22 km. The Pass lies at a higher elevation and the surrounding scenery is stunning. The journey starts from the Naggar Village in the Kullu Valley and ends after the Pass. Once you reach the Pass, treat your eyes to the views of Pir Panjal, Deo Tibba and Parvati peaks at once. Walking past the meandering paths, dotted with oak and fir trees, one can enjoy the isolation being offered to you, away from human eyes.
Everest Base Camp trek
The Everest Base Camp Trek is among the most popular trips on the planet. It unquestionably merits its standing gratitude to its set of experiences, its incredible perspectives and the Sherpa culture you experience during the trip. Notwithstanding, since the trip is so famous, its principle trails will generally be very packed. Therefore we list different trips in the Everest area (Three Passes Trek and Gokyo Lakes) higher on our rundown. However in spite of the groups, Everest Base Camp keeps on being an extraordinary trip that should be recorded among Nepal’s best journeys.
Markha Valley Trek in Ladakh:
The Markha Valley is known as one of the largest valleys in the Ladakh region. Markha Valley trek is one of the most sought after hiking trails in India. With Leh as the starting point, this courageous hike will take you through the Chilling, Skiu, Sara, Hankar, and Nimaling one by one. During the 10 days of trekking, you will be able to traverse through the tiny hamlets and get a glance of the preserved monasteries, ruined forts, and temples.
With the maximum altitude of 5,200 m above the mean sea level, one needs to cover 65 km to get an opportunity to cross two cardinal passes namely Ganda La and Kongmaru La. Once you cross the two passes you get the view of the infinite Karakoram and Ladakh ranges. The stunning sights of Karakoram Mountain, Stok Kangri, and Kang Yatse peaks are fulfilling and the motivation to complete this trek.
Valley of flower trek in Uttarakhand:
The trek is known as one of the best Treks of India, Valley of Flowers trek in Uttarakhand. Takes you to the UNESCO world heritage site and also the Sikh pilgrimage site of Hemkund Sahib. The trek has a total distance of 55 km and the highest altitude is 3658 m. During the monsoon season, this valley gets covered with various kinds of thousands of colorful high-altitude Himalayan flowers, making it look magical. The trek starts from Govindghat and is ideal for trekkers of all age groups. It enables you to admire the finest creations of Mother Nature and feel the spiritual bliss at once.
Sandakphu Trek, West Bengal:
Sakdakphu is the highest point in West Bengal and is known as ‘Trekker’s Wonderland’ for its beauty. One can enjoy wonderful views of peaks like Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu, from an altitude of about 11,500 feet. The trek is of around 45 km in distance and can be covered in a span of 8 to 9 days. The highlights of this trek is colourful flora including ferns, orchids, and magnolias. Another attraction of the location is the Kalapokhri or the Black Pond which is considered holy by Buddhists. You need to walk past the popular Valley of Poison, called Bikhey Bhanjyang. It is called so because a poisonous flower called Aconite grows here.