Trekking is one of India’s world-famous adventure sports, and it’s no exaggeration. This is a lifetime experience that gives you a high rush of adrenaline and an opportunity to approach nature’s wonders. The Himalayas offers many trekking routes, ranging from simple to very hard. These are a mixture of flora, fauna, structures created by people, cultural interactions, religious pleasures, and much more. If you’re just looking for some great delights.
Are 7 of India’s best treks:
Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
The popular Hampta Pass Trek is 35 km from Hampta village in the Kullu Valley, to Chatru in the Lahaul and the Spiti Valley. The length is approximately 4 to 5 days, with a height of 4400 m. It is the ideal option for you if this is your first high-altitude walk. The landscape is amazing and the experiences are unforgettable. You pass through snowy valleys, thick deodar forests, floral wetlands, crystal clear water lakes, Himalayan avifauna, and walk through barren Lahaul-Spiti lands. The trek also involves stays in the Chandra Tal night camp.
Beas Kund Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh, one of India’s most difficult trekking areas, offers a magnificent short trek called Beas Kund Trek. It is a popular trail in Manali for long weekends. Walk along the shores of the River Beas, with a beautiful view of the Pir Pinjal and the meadows of Dhundi & Bakarthach. Climb up to reach the original glacial lake of the river. The bathing site of Sage Vyas, the author of Mahabharata is also called Beas Kund, according to with legends. This trek has no previous trekking experiences.
Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
The Chandrakani trek, which usually lasts about 10 days and is 3650 m above sea level, is 22 km away. The Pass is situated on higher altitudes and the views are amazing. In the picturesque village of Naggar in the Kullu valley the journey begins. Great views on Pir Panjal, Deo Tibba, and Parbati peaks once you reach this pass. When you stroll along walking trails of oak and fir trees, you enjoy the distance from human eyes.
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
Markha valley is one of Ladakh’s largest valleys and one of the most popular walking trails in the country is Markha Valley. Markha valley This tough walk will take you through the Chilling, Skiu, Sara, Hankar, and Nimaling with the Leh as your starting point. You will pass the little villages during 10 days of walking and will be surprised to see the monasteries, abandoned forts, and temples that have been preserved. With a maximum altitude of 5,200 meters above sea level, the 65 km must be covered, and the two cardinal passes Ganda La and Kongmaru La can be crossed. You’ll get a look at the endless lands of Karakoram and Ladakh.
Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand
Obviously one of India’s best trekking excursions takes you to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Uttarakhand’s Flowers Valley and to the Hemkund Sachib’s Sikh pilgrimage site. The distance from the trail is 55 km and it is 3658 m long. This pristine valley during the monsoon season is surrounded by thousands of colorful high-height Himalayan flowers, which make it look like a sky. It is suitable for walkers of all ages, starting with Govindghat. Admire Mother Nature’s finest creations and experience spiritual happiness.
Rupin Pass Trek, Garhwal, Uttarakhand
The challenged Rupin Pass Trek, which is around 7 days old with a maximum altitude of around 1.5250 feet, is one of Indian best places for excursions, the Garhwal Area. It begins in Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ends in Himachal Pradesh, Sangla. This trek of about 52 km. This tour, which is loved by experts, is rich in challenges and amazing landscapes. It just includes walking through different terrain – rough, wet, or snowy – on waterfalls and a hanging village for people over the age of 14. Enjoy amazing views of Kailash Peak in Kinner.
Dzongri Trek, Sikkim
Sikkim offers the best trekking in India through a five-day Dzongri Trek from easy to moderate stages. This trek begins and ends at Yuksom, which is 21 km long and has a maximum altitude of 15,000 feet. It has to be the hike if you have time to enjoy some of the best sights of the Himalayas, including the top of Dzongri La and Mt. Kanchendzonga. This tour takes you through a variety of hanging bridges and waterfalls with white and red rhododendron flowers through Siachen, Bakkhim, Tshokha, Kanchenjunga National Park, and Bakhchim. Even for an acclimation day, this high-level trek.