Here are the best treks to do in Himalayan Mountains

treks in India

1. Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand 

 Nag Tibba is located at an altitude of 9915 Ft in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand near Mussoorie. Nestled in the lower Himalayas, pedestrians don’t have to worry about altitude sickness and it is relatively easy for newcomers and children. It takes an outside of two days to complete this journey, which makes it perfect for a weekend and attracts adventure lovers from all over the country and abroad. After a rocky start and following a trail for a couple of hours, this journey takes you through the patch of Oak and Rhododendron trees. Winter treks to Nag Tibba welcome you with the beauty of snow all around. Passing through the Nag Tibba temple, you’ll end the journey with the spectacular view of Garhwal Himalayas. 

2. Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand 

 Kuari Pass trekking journey is a great occasion for explorers to witness the mind- blowing views of the grand Himalayas. At an elevation of990 ft, Kauri top is just perfect for newcomers. Trails going through the old timbers of Oak and Rhododendron scatters and also again get thick as you go ahead, which creates different geographies and the experience is mindblowing. 

 3. Kedarkantha Trek. Uttarakhand 

The Kedarkantha journey is considered as one of the best climbs for beginners. Blessed with abundant snowfall, it becomes heavenly during winters, and all you can see is the peaks covered by a thick subcaste of snow. It’s a great destination for amateurs to get the taste of snow touring adventure and for nature lovers to soak in the untouched beauty. Located at,500 ft, the trail covers a distance of around 20 kms with stunning panoramic views of snow falling over pine trees. Though relatively easy, introductory fitness is needed as one needs to carry their pack and lift into thin air, which may be delicate for some. 


 4. Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand 

 SourceSnow journey to Chopta Tungnath Chandrashila offers ravishing views of numerous peaks like Nanda Devi, Trishul, Chaukhamba and Kedar. This is the elegant way to start snow touring adventures and get ready for future challenges. On this journey you’ll get to see lodestones like Deoria Taal, Beautiful valley of Chopta covered under the snow, one of the loftiest tabernacles devoted to Lord Shiva and at last Chopta Chandrashila Summit where the snow journey ends. 


 5. Dayara Bugyal, Uttarakhand 

 SourceOn Dayara Bugyal journey you’ll see stirring panoramic views of the Himalayas. The elegant time for Dayara Bugyal journey is from December to March for an ultimate adventure. Everything from the trails, peaks and as far as anything is visible is under the foamy white snow during winters. Located at an elevation of303 ft, it’s considered as one of the amazing alpine meadows in India.

 6. Brahmatal, Uttarakhand 

SourceBrahmatal offers distinct terrain throughout the journey. Starting with a couple of days of walking through the ancient forests of Oaks and Rhododendrons, accompanied with the views of magnificent mountains and numerous visible trails of Roopkund journey. Panoramic views in different angles can be seen at every turn during the journey. Snow Trek to Brahmatal is also notorious for great campgrounds near the frozen Bekaltal and Brahmatal. 

 7. Har ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand 

 SourceLocated in the heart of Govind Ballabh Pant National Park, Har ki Dun Trek takes you back in time as you visit the cradle shaped valley. It’s a winter wonderland, and a haven for pedestrians as the beautiful, untouched valley offers numerous touring excursions. touring across the alluring alpine meadows and pine timbers, you pass through ancient townlets that are over,000 years old. Along with adventure, you get to explore the culture and life of the locals of the valley. 

 8. Goechala and Dzongri Trek, Sikkim 


 SourceStanding at,100 ft on Goecha La, Goechala journey offers grand views of big mountains. Grounded on the state of Sikkim, the journey overlooks the massive structure of Kanchenjunga and other 14 big summits. The experience of witnessing suns and evenings over snow- covered grand Himalayas is commodity you’ll no way forget. Touring through the gorgeous alpine timber, you’ll also see the gash- shaped Goecha lake, The Samiti Lake, sixteen magnific peaks visible from Dzongri top. You can also see unique wildflowers, lush oak colony and thick rhododendron forest. 


 9. Sandakphu Trek, Nepal 

SourceSitting on the border of the state of West Bengal in India and Mechi in Nepal, journey to this loftiest point on the border of two countries offers an inconceivable outlook of the world’s loftiest snowline. From the Sandakphu peak, on the left wing you see the entire Everest range with the fourth and fifth loftiest peaks( Lhotse and Makalu), and of course, there’s Mount Everest seen above everything differently. On the right of the Sandakphu peak, spectacular view of the world’s third-loftiest peak, Kanchenjunga is seen along with other mountains. Indeed after being one of the many high- altitude Himalayan journeys, it passes through the townlets that depend on tourism and this journey and offers comfortable lodgment to the excursionists and pedestrians. 


 10. Chadar Trek, Ladakh 

 SourceChadar journey offers the most unique trekking experience of all the Himalayan journeys in India. On the top of the trekking list of adrenaline- junkies, walking on the frozen Zanskar River tests your fitness and restraint. The journey starts once the Zanskar swash begins to indurate and the preferred time for this journey is February. Starting from the village of Chilling, during the journey, you get a chance of meeting locals that stay near the camps and know further about their grueling life and livelihood in one of the most uninhabitable regions in the world.ṣHowever, it’ll be one of the topmost adventures of your life, If you complete this journey by fighting against the dangerous terrain and terrible rainfall conditions.

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