Trekking in Himalayas

There are thousands of souls out there who yearn to explore the forbidding peaks of the mighty Himalayas. Blanketed with thick layers of snow, Himalayas lures many veteran adventurers who wish to challenge their souls. Edging five different countries; India, Bhutan, Nepal, China and Pakistan, Himalayan Range fascinates the travellers with some enthralling peaks, including Mt Everest, Khanchendzonga, Pin Parvati, etc. These mountains have been dotted with uncountable trekking trails, which gratify all kind of adventure seekers.

Let’s delve deeper into some of the most fascinating treks in the Himalayas:

Chadar Trek

Height: 11,123ft
Duration: 9 Days
Difficulty Level: Challenging
Best Season: January to February

This is a well known trek among adventurers looking for some heart-pumping experience. The trek involves trekking over the Frozen Zanskar River in Ladakh.

Roopkund Trek

Height: 16,500ft
Duration: 7-9 Days
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Best Season: May to October

This is one of the most mysterious treks in the Indian Himalayas, which takes you through some flourishing forests, eye-catching rivulets, spectacular campsites and emerald meadows. As you move closer to your final destination, you pass through strewn glaciers, snow-covered peaks and thin passes.

Hampta Pass

Height: 14,100ft
Duration: 4-5 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: June to September

For newbie, the Hampta Pass Trek is the best catch. As you commence this trek, you pass through picturesque Lahaul and Kullu valleys, incredible views of the glaciers and dense alpine forests.

Har ki Dun Trek

Height: 11,675ft
Duration: 7-8 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: March to June, September to November

A hidden treasure trove of Himalayas, the Har Ki Doon Valley is untouched by the worldly chaos. Trekking this valley promises immense pleasure with remarkable sights of alpine forests, snowy peaks, chestnut, walnut, willow and chinar forests, and opportunities to spot flamboyant birds.

Kedar Kantha Trek

Height: 12,500ft
Duration: 7 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: Round the Year

The Kedarkantha Trek is ideal for the beginners looking for softer ascends and steady descend. During winter months, the trek offers great sights of the surrounding areas, including the Tons River and the Govind National Park.

Kuari Pass Trek

Height: 12,763ft
Duration: 6 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: December to March

One of the most priceless gems among trekkers is the Kuari Pass Trek in the Garhwal Himalayas. The trek takes your breath away with abundance of natural vistas of some of the peaks, including Kamet, Trishul, Chaukhaba and the Nanda Devi.

Goecha-la Trek

Height: 16,000ft
Duration: 11 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: April to June

This trek originates from the captivating valleys of Sikkim. As you initiate this trek, you experience some magical turns and twists of the Himalayan Range. The sights of Khanchendzonga Peak are common yet fascinating during the winter months.

Nagtibba Trek

Height: 10,006ft
Duration: 3Days
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Best Season: February (mid) to June, September to December

This circular trek is known for bestowing impressive views of the Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Srikanth and Black peaks. As you start this trek, you encounter many exotic oak, rhododendron, cider and alpine forests, which let you eye the priceless facets of nature.

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