21 Best Treks in India Himalayas For Your Next Adventure Holiday

Trekking in India Himalayas

Views of Himalayan peaks, exotic Himalayan wildlife, quaint villages, a distinct way of life, spirituality & a perfect combination of adventure, sightseeing & fun awaits you with a trekking tour in India.

Trekking in the Indian Himalayas is a better option for those who love to be in nature and are fond of adventure. There is no shortage of trekking destinations in India. Trekking always brings thrill, joy and excitement and gives memorable experiences. Some people do trek to see their skills and stamina and some do it for thrill. There are some people who like to climb high hills in the desire of peace and relaxation. Some people go trekking to see the natural beauty and picturesque landscapes.

The best opportunities for trekking in India present themselves in the Indian Himalayan Region, a section of the Himalayas within India, in the states of Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Sikkim. The trekking routes in these states are dotted with surreal landscapes, picturesque views, spellbinding views of the Himalayan peaks, villages that give you an opportunity to see the culture, lifestyle, and rare Himalayan wildlife of the people.

The jagged peaks & rugged topography of Ladakh, spiritual destinations & meadows of Uttarakhand, high altitude passes & dense forests of Himachal and Sikkim with its monasteries & views of Mt. Khangchendzonga, each of these popular trekking destinations have something new to offer.

There are opportunities for amateur, intermediate and advanced trekkers looking to enjoy trekking holidays in India. Trekking enthusiasts can plan a trekking tour in India with Bon Travel India depending on the grade, duration and season, according to their preferences and capabilities. The Indian Himalayas are also home to several impressive trekking peaks ranging between 4,000 meters to 6,500 meters in the states of Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim.

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Trekking in the Himalayas

Trekking & Hiking Tours in Ladakh

Chadar Trek Ladakh
Chadar (Frozen River) Trek Ladakh | Photo Credit – Flickr

The highest trekking peaks are found in Ladakh, between 6,000 to 6,500 meters, with the famous trekking peaks being Stok Kangri, Kang Yatse and Matho Kangri.

Some of the most famous treks in Ladakh are the Chadar Trek where you walk on the frozen River Zanskar, Markha Valley Trek and the Snow Leopard Trek, which gives you an opportunity to spot rare exotic Himalayan wildlife like the snow leopard.

Trekking & Hiking in Uttarakhand

Tungnath Trek Uttarakhand
Tungnath Temple in Winters | Photo Credit – Google

Uttarakhand has trekking peaks ranging between 4,000 meters to 6,000 meters, with both the Garhwal & Kumaon Himalayas offering exciting trekking opportunities. The peaks in Uttarakhand which are famous among trekking enthusiasts are Pangarchulla Peak, Chandrashila Peak and Garuda peak.

Among these, Pangarchulla Peak is especially popular because it’s a rare trekkable summit and offers panoramic views of Ghori Parbat, Hathi Parbat and Mt. Nanda Devi, in the Garhwal Himalayas.

Uttarakhand also offers the best spiritual treks in India in which you get to visit the top pilgrimage destinations like Kedarnath, Tungnath, Hemkund Sahib and Gangotri-Yamunotri.

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Trekking & Hiking in Himachal Pradesh

Hampta Pass Trek Himachal
Hampta Pass Himachal | Photo Credit – Flickr

The trekking peaks in Himachal Pradesh range between 4,500 meters to 6,500 meters. Some of the best peaks for climbing are Frey Peak, Friendship Peak, Black Peak, Seven Sisters Peak and Kedar Dome Peak.

The trekking routes take you to high altitude passes, lakes, valleys & places of religious value. You can go for easy treks like Hampta Pass, Triund and Bhrigu Lake, or difficult treks like Kinner Kailash, Buran Ghati and Bara Bhangal.

Trekking & Hiking in Sikkim

Mount Kachenjung Trek Sikkim
Mount Kanchenjunga View

In Sikkim, the trekking peaks range in the 5,000 meters to 6,000 meters mark. Frey’s Peak, Brumkhangse and Lama Wangden being the most popular trekking peaks. Trekking in Sikkim is a delight, as you are taken across meadows, lakes, valleys, sacred lakes and blooming rhododendron orchards (from March to April) during your treks. There are easy treks like Yuksom – Dzongri – Goecha La, moderate treks like Rhododendron and Sandakphu Trek or difficult/tough treks like Green Lakes Trek.

When it comes to trekking in India, it is the Indian Himalayan ranges that offer the best opportunities. The states of Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim offer wonderful trekking opportunities for all types of trekkers, and varying trekking levels, from amateur to intermediate to advanced. You come across exciting challenges, spectacular sceneries whose beauty stops you in your tracks and lots of lovely memories to take back home.

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If you love to have an amazing trekking experience in India, then this blog will show you 21 different and best trekking destinations to fulfil all your adventure desires.

Trekking in India Himalayas

Trekking Trail Location
Great Lakes Trek Kashmir
Rupin Pass Trek Uttarakhand
Goecha La Trek Sikkim
Pin Bhaba Pass Trek Himachal
Bali Pass Trek Uttarakhand
Chadar Frozen River Trek Ladakh
Nag Tibba Trek Uttarakhand
Markha Valley Trek Ladakh
Dzongri Goecha La Trek Sikkim
Kuari Pass Trek Uttarakhand
Dayara Bugyal Trek Uttarakhand
Kedarkantha Trek Uttarakhand
Brahmatal Trek Uttarakhand
Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Tal Trek Uttarakhand
Chopta Chandrashila Trek Uttarakhand
Phulara Ridge Trek Uttarakhand
Sandakphu – Phalut Trek West Bengal
Valley of Flowers Trek Uttarakhand
Tarsar Marsar Trek Kashmir
Hampta Pass Trek Himachal Pradesh
Gaumukh Tapovan Trek Uttarakhand

1. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek, Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

You will be mesmerized by the picturesque landscapes and serene beauty of the lakes of Kashmir if you try Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. It is one of the best places for trekking in Kashmir.

Some lakes will show you the beauty of serene solitude of the alluring valleys and some will take you to the lofty Himalayan mountains. The ambiance and breathtaking landscapes will definitely blow your heart away. It is a moderate to difficult trek spanning over 8 days. The turquoise alpine lakes, rolling green meadows, soothing valleys, milky ice bearings floating on the lakes, grazing Sheeps- all these blissful scenes will come across when you try Kashmir great lakes Trek. Isn’t it beautiful?

Difficulty Level – Moderate to Difficult

2. Rupin Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

Rupin Pass Trek Travel Blog

The Rupin Pass Trek is a mesmerizing trekking trail located on the border of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh in the Himalayan region at an altitude of about 15,300 feet above sea level. It is one of the best treks to do in the Indian Himalayas. The best time to complete this moderate level trek is during the summer months of May-June and the post monsoon months of September-October.

Soul pleasing cascading high waterfalls, lofty Himalayan peaks, and exotic flowery pastures makes Rupin Pass trek the most beautiful trek of Himalayas region. The trek starts from the small settlement of Dhaula spanning over 7 days, trekkers have to climb around 10,000 feet to reach the Rupin Pass. Thus, this trek which starts in Uttarakhand ends in Himachal. You will behold many beautiful villages like “Jakha” which is a wonderful resting place to fine-tune your spirit.

Difficulty Level- Moderate to Difficult

3. Goechala Trek, Sikkim

Goecha La Trek Sikkim

Just in case if you want a unique destination apart from Uttarakhand, then you can plan to visit Goecha La in Sikkim. Situated at an altitude of 16,207 feet of Sikkim Goechala Trek is one of the top trekking destinations for adventure lovers in Sikkim. You will behold stunning peaks of Kanchenjunga and 14 other big summits which will take your breath away. The sunrise on the Kanchenjunga will add more bliss to your senses. Snow in winter makes this place enchanting to behold. You will never forget the awe inspiring lofty, peaks and breathtaking landscapes. If you love snow and are fond of doing adventure in snow then this trek is a wonderful snow trekking destination you must not miss. In the summer months of April and May dense jungles, Rhododendron forests have a charm which is irresistible for any tourist to avoid.

Difficulty Level – Tough

4. Pin Bhaba Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Pin Valley Himachal

Pin Bhaba Pass Trek gives you an amazing contrast in terms of Landscapes. This is a must-try trekking trail for adventure lovers in India. Lofty mountains of Spiti in the backdrop and lush green Bhaba valley makes the trek visually very appealing. Enchanting forests of Mulling, scenic jungle rivers, breathtaking river delta of Phutsirang and camping here while clicking amazing pictures would be an unforgettable experience. The views of Pin Valley in Spiti region is a blissful sight of never-ending enchantment.

Difficulty Level- Moderate

5. Bali Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

Bali Pass Trek Travel Blog

Bali Pass Trek is a trekking trail not less than paradise on earth. It is one of the best treks to do in Uttarakhand. The magnificent Himalayan peaks such as Bandarpoonch, Kalanag and Swargarohini peaks, ancient scenic villages of Gangad and Osla, breathtaking alpine meadows of Devsu Thach where you can do camping and mesmerizing views of Ruinsara river will take you to a world which resembles the garden of Eden. You can do this trek either in pre-monsoon or post monsoon seasons.

Difficulty Level- Tough

6. Chadar Trek, Ladakh

Chadar Trek

Why not try trekking in Ladakh? Chadar Trek is one of the most challenging treks in Leh Ladakh. This trek is called Chadar because the Zanskar river turns into a white sheet of snow during winters. Hence people call it a Frozen River Trek – Chadar Trek. The delightful yet challenging experiences you will get here is completely different and unique then other trekking trails. The temperature goes up to -10-degree Celsius in day time and in the night, it goes down to -25 degree Celsius. It is very difficult and thrilling to walk on the icy glacier as the ice sometimes is not stable. Be wary of slips and falls. But overall, it’s the most scenic treks to try in India. The breathtaking snowy landscapes, caves, secluded villages in trans Zanskar ranges, lofty peaks, Buddhist monasteries makes this trek worth your time. Indeed, it is one of the best trekking trails to do in Ladakh.

Difficulty Level- Tough

7. Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand

Nag Tibba Trek

Nag Tibba Trek will seduce your senses with its alluring beauty. It is one of the best snow trekking destinations to try in India. As in winter the entire landscape is covered in snow. This trek can be best enjoyed on weekends. It will not make you restless for mountain views. You will be able to see Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Srikantha, Kedarkantha Changabang and Gangotri within two days. The soil seducing Bhatwadi village adds serenity to the landscape of this trekking trail. If you are planning for trekking and don’t have much time to spend on adventure holidays then this is one of the best places for an adventure trekking tour in India.

Difficulty Level- Easy to Moderate

8. Markha Valley, Ladakh

Markha Valley Trek Ladakh

The Markha Valley is one of the largest valleys in the Ladakh region and is one of the longest hiking trails in the region. One of the most famous treks in Ladakh, trekking to the Markha Valley passes through remote mountain passes, quaint monastic settlements, and the mild alpine meadows of Nimling in the silhouette of Kang Yatze Peak. Most of the villages along the Markha Ghati trek route have parachute tent accommodation for your stay where you can stay overnight while trekking. Trekking in the cold desert valley gives tourists panoramic views of the Zanskar and Ladakh ranges, Kang Yatze and Stok Kangri. Another exciting part of this trek is the Markha River which trekkers have to cross though this river is not very deep. Apart from this, there are many other things about this trek which make this trek attractive and exciting.

Difficulty Level- Moderate to Difficult

9. Dzongri – Goecha La Trek, Sikkim

Dzongri Trek

The Dzongri trek of Sikkim is one of the most popular trekking destinations in India. This scenic trek starts and ends in Yuksom. This enchanting trekking trail will take you to mesmerizing landscapes of Sachen, Bakhim, Shokha and Kanchenjunga National Park. The scenic biosphere of Sikkim, breathtaking alpine forests are the major highlights of this trek. Picturesque lakes such as Laxmi Pokhari, Lamune and Samiti, Soothing Rhododendrons and panoramic view from Dzongri top will spellbound you. You will need an Inner Line Permit issued by the government of India for this trek.

Difficulty Level – Tough

10. Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

Kuari Pass Trek

Difficulty – Easy to Moderate

One of the most thrilling treks to do in Uttarakhand India, the Kuari Pass Trek offers gorgeous views of the splendid valleys of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan range. The famous Kuari Pass trek is also known as Lord Curzon Trail. lush green valleys, forests and scenic small villages will gaze at you with a blissful smile in your way while doing this trek. Along with this, the alluring views of the magnificent peaks of Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Kamet, Hathi-Ghori Parvat and Dronagiri will tickle your camera lens to take amazing pics. Thousands of Indian and foreign trekkers every year try Kuari Pass Trek to get overpowered by the beauty of its picturesque landscapes.

Difficulty – Easy to Moderate

11. Dayara Bugyal Trek, Uttarakhand

Dayara Bugyal Trek

Located in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, Dayara Bugyal Trek is one of the most beautiful and popular treks to do in Uttarakhand. Lofty scenic mountains and soothing vistas of enchanting grasslands are the main highlights of this alluring trek.You will witness beautiful deodar trees decked with snowcapped Himalayan mountains such as BandarpoonchDraupadi Ka Danda, Shrikhand Mahadev, Bakriya Top and the Gangotri peaks. Crystal clear water bodies, enchanting Dayara meadows, lush green forests, wild flowers make this trek awe inspiring for an adventure and nature lover. In winters, the landscape turns into a snow paradise. And it really is a pleasing sight that you must experience to understand it. if you really want to have an amazing adventure holiday in India then definitely try this trek.

Difficulty Level – Easy to Moderate

12. Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand

Kedarkantha Trek

Situated at an altitude of about 12500 feet above sea level, is located in the Uttarakhand region under Govind Pashu Vihar National Park, Kedarkantha Trek is a must try trek for a thrilling adventure holiday in India. It begins from the village of Sankari in the Jaunsar-Bawar region. Tourists, adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers are attracted by its breathtaking beauty and visit here from all across the globe. The view from the summit is one of a kind and it’s quite difficult to explain the bliss in words. The view of sunrise and sunset from Kedarkantha peak brings enchantment to the soul. The Kedarkantha peak gives a view of 13 peaks of the Himalayas. The Alluring 360-degree views of various famous mountain peaks from the Kedarkantha summit are definitely worth your adventure holidays.

Difficulty- Easy to Moderate

13. Brahmatal Trek, Uttarakhand

Brahmatal Winter Trek Uttarakhand
Brahmatal Winter Trek Uttarakhand || Photo – Flickr

Located in Tharali block in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, the beauty of Brahmatal Trek will captivate your senses forever. Tourists from all over the world will definitely try this trek. Moreover, there is a religious significance attached to this trekking trail which also makes Brahmatal Tal an important Trekking and pilgrimage destination in Uttarakhand. As per the legends of Brahmatal, it is said that before the composition of Vedas at Bedni Bugyal, Lord Brahma meditated here near the pool located here. He mediated here for many years.From the top of the Brahmatal peak, you will witness the great Himalayan peaks like Nanda Ghunti, Trishul Parvat and Bethertoli Himalaya Peaks. You will also get a bird’s eye view of the trek route from Brahmatal to Roopkund Lake of Nanda Devi Rajjat. In this region you will find many rare herbs including Bhoj Patra (Bhoj Patra which is important in Sanatan Dharma, it is said that before the invention of paper people used to write on Bhoj Patra.

Difficulty Level – Moderate

14. Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Tal Trek, Uttarakhand

Har Ki Dun Trek Travel Blog

The Har Ki Dun trek with Ruinsara Tal is one of the best trekking expeditions in India.Enchanting ancient culture, alluring lofty Peaks of the Himalayas. Soul pleasing forests, grasslands, breathtaking meadows, rivers, streams and alpine lakes will remind you of the best lines from the poem of John Keats- ‘The thing of beauty is a joy forever’.Lush green forests will follow you wherever you go, quaint old wooden bridges over the scenic rivers, Kalkatiyadhar meadows surreal charm and ancient villages of Gangad and Osla will give you a unique cultural experience as well as thrilling experience. The lush greenery of Har ki Dun and Ruinsara Tal valleys with beautiful mountain background will compel you to live here forever with their seduction storm.

Difficulty Level – Moderate

15. Deoriatal – Chopta Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand

Chandrashila Peak Uttarakhand
Chandrashila Peak, Chopta Tungnath Uttarakhand || Photo – Flickr

Chopta Chandrashila Trek is one of the best high-altitude treks in India. It is also one of the most preferred trekking destinations in India because it serves two purposes i.e. spiritual and adventure. Yes, it has a spiritual significance attached to it. It can be trekked at any time of the year; winter season makes this trek quite challenging as the road to Chopta is closed during that time. The 360° views of various Himalayan peaks like Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi and Trishul and Tungnath Temple are the major highlights of this trek which are worth capturing on your camera lens. Also, this area is popular for the beauty of alpine vegetation. The Temple of Tungnath is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is the tallest temple of lord Shiva in the world. Pilgrims from all across the globe come here to take divine blessings by indulging themselves in Chandrashila Trek. This makes the trek quite divine.

Difficulty Level- Easy to Moderate

16. Phulara Ridge Trek, Uttarakhand

Phulara Ridge Trek Uttarakhand

Phulara Ridge Trek is one of the most loved trekking places for adventure lovers in India. Situated at an altitude of 12,171 ft the views are worth it. The small ridges that curve through the picturesque landscapes, the lofty snow-capped mountains all around will make your adventure trekking experience one of a kind. The wildflowers and lush green carpet of Pushtara meadows will follow you wherever you go, the dense dark forests teeming with wild birds and exotic wildlife makes the adventure of trekking more thrilling. Trees of oaks, pines, dwarf rhododendrons, silver birches and maples will smile at you. These trees will rejuvenate your senses with their soothing views. Greenery always relaxes your eyes and refreshes your spirit with calm vibes.

Difficulty Level- Moderate

17. Sandakphu – Phalut Trek, West Bengal

Sandakphu Trek

The highest peak in West Bengal – Sandakphu Phalut Trek is a forever enchanting trekking trail for adventurous holidays. It is a treasure trove for nature lovers and thrill seekers. You will get the best view of Mount Kanchendzonga from here. The major highlight of this trek is the exotic flora of ferns, orchids and magnolias. Also, the Kalapokhari or the black pond, considered sacred by the Buddhists, is another attraction that adds to the charm of this enchanting trek. The picturesque village of Samenden decked with stunning gardens, vegetable farms and breathtaking pine trees is another source of joy you will come across while doing this trek.

Difficulty Level- Moderate

18. Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand

Valley of Flowers National Park

The trek to the Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO heritage site. No doubt why its breathtaking beauty and exotic flora makes it very unique. Beginners can easily do this trek but be careful when you climb the steep ascent to Hemkund Sahib. That part can be a little tricky and physically challenging. Mind boggling views of amazing views of wildflowers in the shades of blue, yellow, pink will blow your heart away. Trekkers should expect ample rain during this trek and prepare accordingly. One must go up to Hemkund Sahib, a pilgrimage site to take divine blessings of guru Gobind Singh Ji. You will also behold the beautiful Hemkund Parvat.The best time to complete this trek is during monsoon as during that time the flowers will be in full bloom and the entire landscape will be the carpet of greenery. So, for the India Trekking Tour do consider Valley of Flowers Trek for an amazing thrilling experience.

Difficulty Level – Moderate

19. Tarsar Marsar Trek, Kashmir

Tarsar Lake Kashmir

If you are looking for treks to do in spring and summer season then we will recommend you Tarsar and Mansar Trek. The lush green flowery meadows and serene lakes, make the enchanting valley of Kashmir queen of beauty. Velvety meadows here are worth capturing on your lens and the breathtaking surroundings of the Kolahi Mountains make trekking at Tarsar Marsar in Kashmir an unforgettable experience. The captivating Marsar lake will always be hidden under the clouds, soul soothing views of lidderwat clearings and simplicity of Aru Village will make your trekking experience filled with thrill and visual bliss. Indeed, trekking in Kashmir will be blissful if you try this one once in a lifetime.

Difficulty Level – Moderate

20. Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Hampta Pass Trek

Starting from village Hampta in Kullu Valley and ending in Lahaul and Spiti Valley, the popular trekking destination Hampta Pass is a must try adventure trek for thrilling holidays. If you want to try a high-altitude trek for the first time then this trek is very suitable for you. Gorgeous snow-capped valleys, dense deodar forests, flower meadows, streams of crystal-clear water, Himalayan avifauna and soul seducing landscapes of Lahaul-Spiti will make this trek worth your time and effort. Its beauty and landscapes sometimes resemble the Valley of Flowers. Night camping at Chandratal is the best thing to do here.

Difficulty Level – Moderate

21. Gaumukh Tapovan Trek, Uttarakhand

Gomukh Himalaya

Gomukh Tapovan Trek is one of the best places for trekking in India. Because of its attractive picturesque landscapes and religious significance, it is one of the most visited tourist places in India. The trek starts from the banks of the holy Bhagirathi River.You will be spellbound by the mind-boggling landscapes of Himalayan region. It is also one of the best places for nature photography. The main highlight of this trek is the enchanting views of the Chaturangi, Meru Parvat, Bhrigupant and Sudarshan Gangotri Glacier. The lush green meadows will refresh your mind, body and soul with its refreshing vibes.

Difficulty Level – Moderate to Difficult

Indeed, your experience of trekking in India will definitely elevate to another level if you try all these treks once in a lifetime. Above mentioned treks are for sure the best and most popular trekking destinations to explore Indian Himalayas in the best possible way for an amazing adventure holiday.

Best Time for Trekking in India

Himalayan Peak

The best time for trekking in India largely depends what kind of trekking experience you are after. While some treks, like the Chadar Trek, can only be enjoyed during the winters, summers is the time when most of the treks in the Indian Himalayas become accessible.

The summer season, which starts from April & lasts till June, is a good time to enjoy trekking in India. Some of the treks which can be taken during this time are Beas Kund & Bhrigu Lake in Himachal, Kanchenjunga Base Camp in Sikkim, Chopta Chandrashila in Uttarakhand and Tarsar & Marsar Lakes in Kashmir.

Monsoon season, which begins in July and lasts till mid-September, is a good time to enjoy treks in Ladakh, where rainfall is scanty. There are other popular trekking destinations too which offer exciting treks during the monsoons. One of the most famous treks is the Valley of Flowers Trek in Uttarakhand, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also the time when spiritual treks are taken to the pilgrimage destinations of Kedarnath, Tungnath, Rudranath, Yamunotri & Hemkund Sahib. In Himachal Pradesh, Pin Parvati & Hampta Pass treks are famous, while Great Lakes trek is famous in Kashmir.

There is also the autumn season, which lasts for a short time, from October to November. The Indian Himalayas seem particularly beautiful during this time. Bonfire camping is popular during this season, since it begins to get a bit chilly during the nights. A few of the famous autumn treks are Hampta Pass in Himachal, Goecha La in Sikkim, Great Lakes Trek in Kashmir and Chopta Chandrashila in Uttarakhand.

The winter season, which begins in November and lasts till February to March, is a good time to enjoy treks which can be enjoyed only during this season. The most famous of these is the Chadar Trek in Ladakh, in which you can walk on the frozen River Zanskar. The other top winter treks are Snow Leopard Trek in Ladakh, Chopta Chandrashila in Uttarakhand, Kaveri & Bhrigu Lake in Himachal and Goecha La in Sikkim.

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Snow Capped Mountain in Ladakh
Snow-Capped Mountain in Ladakh | Photo Credit – Flickr

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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Q. What are the top trekking destinations in the Indian Himalayas region?

The top Indian Himalayas trekking destinations are:

  • Ladakh: Ladakh offers one of the most exciting opportunities for trekking in India. You can enjoy the magnificent views of Karakoram range and peaks like K2, Saser I, II, III & IV. Some of the top treks are Chadar, Stok Kangri, Lamayuru and Markha Valley.
  • Uttarakhand: Fast flowing rivers, hills, snow-capped peaks, high altitude passes, lakes, meadows and forests dot the trekking routes in Uttarakhand. The Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas offer incredible trekking opportunities, with some of the top treks being Nag Tibba, Chopta Chandrashila, Roopkund, Dayara Bugyal and Dodital Lake Trek.
  • Sikkim: The trekking routes in Sikkim treat you to views of Mt. Khangchendzonga, cross meadows, lakes and valleys, go past monasteries & quaint villages. Some of the top treks in Sikkim are Green Lake, Goecha La, Kanchendzonga Base Camp, Dzongri and Darjeeling Sandakphu Singalila Ridge Treks.
  • Himachal Pradesh: What makes trekking in Himachal Pradesh so exciting is the trekking trails that cross meadows, alpine lakes, apple orchards, spiritual sites and bases of Himalayan mountains. While Pin Parvati is the highest trek, other famous treks are Hampta Pass, Friendship Peak, Bhrigu Lake, Indrahar Pass & Buran Ghati.
Q. What the best trekking season in India?

The best time for trekking in India largely depends what kind of trekking experience you are after.

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