Trekking in India

Trekking in India is a popular adventure activity that lures streams of vacationers seeking extreme thrill and excitement. The topography of India offers immense opportunities to the adventurers who wish to explore the unexplored heights. And it’s not just adventure that excites travellers during a trekking holiday in India. The immaculate beauty of the country is such that people often get lost in the admiration of Mother Nature as they trek through some of the most astonishing peaks here.

Presenting the most vivid vistas of nature, the Singalila Ridge in Sikkim is a dream of every nature devotee. From here, one can eye incredible sights of peaks stretching for 700 kilometres. Singalila Kanchenjunga Trek takes you through some of the most impressive peaks, including Mt Everest (8850m), Makalu (8481m), Lhotse (8516m) and Kanchenjunga (8585m), four of the highest five mountains on the planet. The months from mid-March to May and September to October are ideal to partake in this trek.

Want to walk on the ice-covered river of Zanskar? Then participate in the famous Zanskar Frozen River Trek in Ladakh that offers ultimate fun to the daredevils. With temperatures ranging between -25 to -30 degrees, trekking in this valley is an extremely challenging task taken up by only veteran trekkers. During the journey, one gets to catch glimpse of beautiful ancient Buddhist monasteries and rustic villages. Visit here between Mid January to February to take the pleasure of this frozen trek. Many vacationers also love to be a part of the Markha Valley Trek of Ladakh known for beautifully lit lunar scenery of the Markha Valley. The route takes you through monasteries, alpine meadows, impressive views of the Karakorum and small villages, which add to the trekking excitement.

Daredevils often pick the Pin Parvati Pass Trek of Himachal Pradesh to challenge their heart with the extreme. During this tough trek, the participants walk over the glaciers, pass through breathtaking mountains and cross stunning lakes. This breathtaking trek ends at the Pin Parvati Pass, which is the highest point. A visit to Himachal Pradesh from Mid June to Mid October lets you take the pleasure of this challenging trek.

For those who wish to experience abundance of nature during their trekking expedition to reach the top, the Roopkund trek is a charmer. Nestling with lush green forests and crystal clear streams, this trek surprises travellers with the most mesmerising aspects of nature, which are immaculate. The trip begins at Lohajung, located at an elevation of 8,300 feet, and takes you through Didina, Bedni Bugyal, Bhagwabasa and Patar Nachauni, which reward you with innumerable photo opportunities.

The Valley of Flowers Trek of Uttarakhand gives a whole new meaning to trekking activity. The journey is a charming gift of nature where you see dewy land with diverse range of multihued flowers. The trek has been blanketed with emerald landscapes, which look heavenly when seen from the sky. Also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the valley was declared a national park in 1982. It impresses travellers with a range endangered species dwelling here, including Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, brown bear and the blue sheep.

Other popular destinations for trekking in India are:

  • Kumara Parvatha Trek, Karnataka
  • Chembra Peak Trek, Kerala
  • Araku Valley Trek, Andhra Pradesh.
  • Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra
  • Chadar Trek, Ladakh
  • Indrahar Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

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