This year’s trek in India? The best way to discover the spectacular natural scenery and picturesque views of the world can be to explore the mountain paths
If you are planning an amazing and exciting trip, we have the best places for hiking in India.
The Chadar Trek, Ladakh
This trek is the best place for you if you ever dreamed of walking along the water.
The high winter months of January and February, when temperatures decreased to -30-35°C, are the most difficult route to be made on Zanskar River Lake in Leh, Nimo village, Jammu, and Kashmir.
The road is surrounded by the Himalayan and Zanskar snow-capped mountains, and all you see is pure snow.
Kuari Pass, Uttarakhand
The Passo del Kuari (13989.5 feet) is an amazingly lovely trek that is known to cross exotic flora plants, uncommon fauna, white peaks, and clear streams in Uttarakhand.
There are many Rhododendron trees in the alpine forests, which embellish the wonderful property.
The routes are surrounded by the holy mountains of Nand Devi, Parvat Rishi, Parvat Maná, etc.
Trek to Mt. Kanchenjunga, Sikkim
Single Ridge, surrounded by Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Lhotse, is one of Sikkim’s most revitalizing trees.
Adventure lovers would not want to skip such a magnificent trek where you can enjoy great views of the Kanchenjunga Range.
The road leads below Kanchenjunga to Goecha-La Pass, 5000 meters high, and overlooking the natural beauty of the snow-white area.
Trek to The Floral Valley, Uttarakhand
A beautiful valley running over 87,45 sq. at 12002 feet near Ghangharia. The Valley of Blossoms is known as Kms.
The valley is also home to few animals that are at risk including snow leopards, blue sheep, as well as Asiatic Black Bear, etc. The valley has some 300 species of rare alpine flora.
It is a UNESCO world heritage site, which looks like a summer paradise and which is a natural wonder to be seen.
The Barabhangal Trail, Himachal Pradesh
In this magnificent region of the West Himalayas, flocks of sheep can be found in large numbers in mid-September.
You could also visit the Darbhanga village for a unique change, thanks to beautiful alpine forests, steep valleys, and river banks.
Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
At 14100 feet, the Hampta Pass trek connects Himachal Pradesh with the gorgeous Kullu and Lahaul Spiti valleys.
Travelers can easily take a trip to the Himachal and take a look at the Alpine forests, pure rivers, native to Chandra Taal, or “Lake of the Moon” pristine lake.
In close proximity to the lake, there are several camping sites where you can spend time with your friends, breathe fresh air and enjoy your enjoyable ride.
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
Located in Ladakh, Markha Valley is renowned for its rare dry mountainous land and immaculate streams.
The beauty of the region and its Buddhist feeling will breathe you up into numerous mountain passes, such as Gandala La (5800 meters) and Kongmaru La (5150 meters).
Leh’s valley is 34 km away and near the Markha valley is a picturesque little village of Markha.
Tarsar Marsar, Jammu And Kashmir
A walk to Mt. Kolahi’s twin lakes in the Cashmere Valley in the Tarsar and Marsar mountains is truly a photographic sight that revives your spirit.
The land is dominated by amazing flora, valleys, and high alpine woods. Near Marsar lake is Dachigam national park, it’s a must-see.
Stok Kangri Summit, Jammu And Kashmir
The highest summit on the Stok Himalayan in Ladakh, Jammu, and Kashmir is Stok Kangri (28,187 feet).
Situated at 15 km from Leh near the village of Stok, these mountains are near to National Park Hemis. Stok Himalayas is the ideal destination when you’re a mountain lover.
Bailey Trail, Arunachal Pradesh
The Bailey Trail is the rough Arunachal Pradesh trekking trail in Dirang’s vicinity.
The thrilling tour to the Tse La Pass (4550 m) will bring you a clear lake, mountain forests blooming with colorful flora in the Eastern Himalayas, and a glimpse of the picturesque glacial streams.
The beauty you see above the mighty peaks is unbeatable and beyond words, it’s just a description of our natural wonders that we have shared with you.
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