India is the land of adventure lovers, where you will find the treasure and trove of adventure on every turn. This beautiful land is a perfect combination of verdant landscapes, the mighty Himalayas, and mind blowing rivers, which is enough to allure any trek lover. Trekking is the best way to explore the beauty of hill stations and in India and unravel its secrets like- its lifestyle, history, customs & traditions. No doubt that there are many beautiful hill stations in the world, where you can find all these features, but Indian Himalayan region has its own charm, where most of the trek lovers find comfort. If you are an enthusiast for  trekking and want to explore high altitude treks, then you must visit the high altitude hill stations of India to enjoy the adventure.

1. Chadar Trek, Jammu, and Kashmir

Considered as a highly praised trek of the Indian Himalayas, the Chadar Trek is one of the most popular high altitude winter trek in Zanskar region of Ladakh, situated in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The trek is popular among both Indian and Non-Indian adventure lovers, who visit this area during every winter season to experience the joy of this high altitude trek. The best time to do this trek is from January to February when the temperature drops from -30 to -35 degrees Celsius. The trek offers you the golden chance of walking over a frozen river located at an altitude of 1100 ft above the sea level. The overall distance of this trek is around 105 kilometers and you have to trek a distance of around 16 kilometers per day. This great trekking trail in Ladakh region is the best experience among all the Himalayan trekking trails.

Altitude: 3850 m (12631.2 ft)
Duration: 9-12 days
Route: Chilling-Zaribago-Deepyokma- Naerak Pullu -Lingshed-Nyarakpulu-Tso Mopoaldar-Tilatdo-Chilling
Best Time to Visit: Mid-January–February
Grade: Moderate – Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railway Station: Jammu railway station
Nearest Airport: The Leh Airport
Chadar Trek

2. Kinnaur Kailash Circuit Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Kinnaur Kailash Circuit Trek is one of the toughest treks in Himachal Pradesh, which is situated 5242 meters above the sea level. Being situated in the high Himalayan belt, it is considered as the highest mountain peak in Himachal Pradesh. The high altitude 11 days trek commences from Thangi village near Chail. Walking through the beautiful Charang Village, finally, you complete the trail at Manali via Tabo, Chitkul and Losar village. The main attraction of this trek is the 79 feet high and 30 – 40 feet wide Kinner Kailash Shivling with an amazing view of the Great Himalayan Mountain range showing Mt. Rangrik and Mt. Jorkandan.

Altitude: 5242 m (17200 ft)
Duration: 11 days
Route: Shimla – Kalpa – Lambar – Shurting – Charang – Lalanti – Chitkul – Shimla
Best Time to Visit: Mid-May – September
Grade: Moderate – Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railway Station: Kalka railway station
Nearest Airport: Jubbarhati Airport, ShimlaKinnaur Kailash Trek

3. Stok Kangri Trek, Jammu, and Kashmir

Stok Kangri Trek is one of the highest Himalayan treks in the Ladakh region, which is perched at an altitude of 6,153 meters above the sea level. Being situated in the dreamy destination of Ladakh, the stunning Stok Kangri Trek is ideal for both novice and experienced trekkers. This high altitude trek starts from Sumdo and passes through Shang La, Shang Phu, Tokpo Rivera, Matho La and finally reaches Stok Kangri Peak. This whole trek comprises of the natural beauty of the magnificent Himalayan range and gives you a chance to grasp this beauty.

Altitude: 6,153 m
Duration: 11 days
Route: Leh – Stok Village – Chang Ma – Mankorma – Base Camp – Stok Kangri – Base Camp – Leh
Best Time to Visit: July to September
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railway Station: Jammu train station
Nearest Airport: The Leh AirportStok Kangri Trek

4. Darcha – Padum Trek, Jammu, and Kashmir

If you are a trek lover and are looking for a place that is surrounded with natural beauty and untouched by you, the Darcha Padum Trek is waiting for you. Here, you will get a great combination of the lofty glacier, lilting streams, rocky canyons and beautiful mountains, which make this place a perfect paradise on earth. The Darcha-Padum Trek is commenced from Darcha in Lahaul valley and passes through places like Zanskar Sumdo, Palamo, Lakong, Chuminakpo, Purne and Ichar and, at last, Padum. It does take around 14 – 15 days to complete this trek.

Altitude: 5090 m (16699.48 ft)
Duration: 14-15 days
Route: Manali – Darcha – Palemo – Zanskar Sumdo – Chumi Napo – Shingo La (5090m) – Lakham – Kurgiak – Tetha – Purni – Ichar – Mune – Padum – Leh
Best Time to Visit: July to September
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh railway station
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar Airport Kullu
Darcha Trek

5. Goecha La Trek, Sikkim

If you are looking for both adventure and beauty together, then you must go for the Goecha La Trek in Sikkim. Located at an altitude of 4,940 meters above the sea level, the Goecha La Trek offers you a grand view of high mountain ranges including the Kanchenjunga and 14 other highly elevated summits. This is enough to allure any trekker. It’s considered as the highest mountain trek of Nepal. The 10 days high altitude trek starts from Yuksom and passes through the destinations like – Phedang, Tshoka, Kokchurang, Thangsing, Dzongri to Lamuney. Before planning this trek you have to take a special trekking permit from Gangtok.

Altitude: 4,940 m (16,207 ft)
Duration: 10-12 days
Route: Yuksom – Bhakim – Tshoka – Dzongri – Thangsing – Lamuney – Goecha La – Kockchurang – Tshoka – Yuksom
Best Time to Visit: Mid-March to Mid-June and September to Mid-November
Grade: Moderate to challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railway Station: New Jalpaiguri railway station
Nearest Airport: Bagdogra Airport

Goecha Trek

6. Auden’s Col Trek, Uttarakhand

Perched at an elevation of 5,490 meters above the sea level, the Auden’s Col Trek is considered as one of the toughest treks in the Garhwal Himalayan region. The trekking pass is named after John Bicknell Auden, who was the first to explore this trek in 1935. The trekking expedition starts from Gangotri, cuts and passes through Nala Camp, Rudugaira Base Camp, Gangotri Group Base Camp and finally reaches Auden Col Base Camp. During this trek, trekkers can explore many attractions like – Waterfall Camp, Vasuki Tal, Khatling Glacier, Chowki, Masar Tal, Kedarnath, Rudraprayag, Gaurikund and at last Rishikesh.

Altitude: 5490 m. (18011.81 ft)
Duration: 18 days
Route: Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Nala Camp – Rudugaira Base Camp – Basecamp Gangotri Group – Auden Col base camp – Khatling Glacier – Waterfall Camp – Chowki – Masar Tal – Vasuki Tal – Kedarnath – Gaurikund – Rudraprayag – Rishikesh
Best Time to Visit: Mid-May – Mid May – Mid October except for July and August
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Haridwar
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun

Audens Trek

7. Kalindikhal Trek, Uttarakhand

Located at an elevation of 5,946 meters above the sea level, Kalindikhal Trek is an another challenging trek in the Garhwal Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. This 99 km long trek passes through more than 10 Himalayan glaciers like – Gangotri, Chaturangi, Raktavarna, Sweta, Sita, Basuki, Arwa, Bidum etc. It offers a breathtaking view of great peaks of Garhwal like Mt. Bhagirathi I, II, III, Mt. Vasuki, Mt. Shivling, Mt. Meru, Mt. Kalindi, Mt. Chandra Parvat, Avalanche Peak and much more.

Altitude: 5946 m (19500 ft)
Duration: 18 days
Route: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojwassa – Gomukh – Nandanvan – Vasuki Tal – Khara Pathar – Sweta Glacier – Kalindikhal Base – Kalindi Peak – Raja Parav – Arwa Tal – Ghastoli – Mana – Badrinath – Rishikesh
Best Time to Visit: Mid-June – July & August
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Haridwar
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport DehradunKalinandi Khal Trek

8. Panpatia Col Trek, Uttarakhand

Perched at an elevation of 5,260 meters above the sea level, Panpatia Col Trek is one of the toughest treks in the Uttarakhand state, where many of the trekkers have lost their way forever. Explore the eye-catching view of magnificent snow-capped mountain peaks like Chaukhamba and Nanda Devi. It is really a great experience for trek lovers. The journey of this trek kicks from the Badrinath Shrine and passes through Nilkanth Khal via Dumkal Kharak, snout of Panpatia glacier and at last towards the Panpatia plateau.

Altitude: 5260 m. (17255 ft)
Duration: 15 days
Route: Rishikesh – Joshimath – Badrinath – Shepherd camp – Snout camp – Moraine Camp (4300m) – Base of Parvati Col – Panpatia Snowfield – Camp I – Across Panpatia Col (5260m) – Camp at Sujal Sarovar – Kachni – Nanu chatti – Ransi – Rudraprayag
Best Time to Visit: Mid-May – Mid-October
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Haridwar
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport DehradunPanpatia Col Trek

9. Pin Parvati Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Pin Parvati Pass Trek is one of the most challenging trekking trails in Himachal Pradesh, India. The pass is located at an elevation of 5319 meters above the sea level and requires excellent trekking skills & techniques. Pin Parvati trek is usually done during the months of July to September. Beautiful snow covered mountain peaks gives an alpine feeling and experience to remember for the lifetime. The trek is risky and full of adventure because of its high altitude. The trek expedition starts with the Kullu and straight away driving to Barsheni village.

Altitude: 5319 m (17452 ft)
Duration: 16 days
Route: Khirganga – Tunda Bhuj – Thakur Kuan – Odi Thach – Mantalai Lake – Base of Pin Parvati Pass – Campsite over Pin Pass – Tiai – Mud – Gulling – Kaza – Manali
Best Time to Visit: July – September
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar railway station
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar Airport
Pin Parvati Trek

10. Shivling Base Camp Trek, Uttarakhand

Shivling Base Camp Trek is one of the most stunning peak treks of the Garhwal region, which is located at an elevation of 5263 meters and is close to the snout of the Gangotri Glacier. The best time for planning this adventure trek is during the months of May to June and September to October. The trek starts from Gangotri Dham. During this trek, you will explore some popular peaks like – Bhrigu Parbat (6,000 meters), Hanuman Tibba (5,370 meters), Bhagirathi II (6,512 meters), Bhagirathi I (6,856 meters), Mt. Meru (6,400 meters) and Bhagirathi III (6,454 meters).

Altitude: 5263 m. (17263 ft)
Duration: 15 days
Route: Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojwassa – Tapovan – Nandanvan – Vasuki Tal – Bhojbasa – Uttarkashi
Best Time to Visit: May – Mid October
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Haridwar
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun
Shivling Base Camp Trek

11. Bhaba Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Bhaba Pass Trek is an ideal trekking destination for those who want to experience the ethereal beauty of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is located at an elevation of 5260 metres above the sea level and connects the contrasting valleys of Kinnaur and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh. Being one of the most adventurous treks of this region, the Bhaba Pass Trek offers you breathtaking vistas of surrounding mountain peaks with all the thrills and adventures, which will leave you spellbound and force you to stay here more. The best time for the Bhaba Pass Trek is from May and October.

Altitude: 5260 m. (17250ft)
Duration: 11 days
Route: Kafnoo – Mulling – Kara – Fustirang – Bara Bulder – Parka – Mudh
Best Time to Visit: June – Mid October
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach
Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar railway station
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar Airport Kullu
Bhabha Pass Trek

12. Junglam Hemis to Padum Trek, Jammu and Kashmir

Perched at an altitude of 5200 m above the sea level, Junglam Hemis trek is one of the most adventurous treks for adventure lovers. The trek starts from Hemis monastery, which is one of the richest monasteries in Ladakh. During this trek, you will explore some popular places like – Dhungri, Phay, Kongmaru La, Tso Kar, Nuruchan via Horlam La, Shingbuk La, Rachungkaru, Kartse La, Kyamuri La, Gyama, Karzok, Kiangdom, Parang La, Umlung and finally reach Kibber.

Altitude: 5200 m. (17056 ft)
Duration: 17 days
Route: Leh – Shang Sumdo – Latza Kongmaru – Kongmaru La – Langthang Chu – Zalung Kapro La – Tilat Sumdo – Char Char La – Zangla Umdo – Zangla – Padum – Rangdum Mulbekh – Leh
Best Time to Visit: July, August, and September
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Jammu Railway Station
Nearest Airport: Leh Airport
Hemis Padum Trek

13. Green Lake Trek, Sikkim

The Green Lake trek in Sikkim is such a paradise for adventure lovers, which offers you a magnificent view of lofty mountains, scenic lakes, colourful meadows and dense forests. The trekking destination is still untouched and unexplored by many trekkers and also provides you the majestic view of the snow-capped Kanchenjunga and other beautiful peaks. Green Lake Trek starts from Green Lake, and passes through the Tallem, Jakthang, Zema, Yabuk and then finally reaches the Green Lake basecamp. The best time for planning this trek is from April and October.

Altitude: 4935 m. (16186ft)

Duration: 16 days
Route: Lachen – Talem – Jakthang – Yabuk – Green Lake – Yabuk – Jakthang
Best Time to Visit: April & October
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach
Nearest Railhead: New Jalpaiguri Railway Station
Nearest Airport: Bagdogra Airport
Green Lake Trek

14. Bara Bhangal Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Located at an altitude of 5260 m above the sea level, Bara Bhangal Trek is one of the toughest treks of Himachal Pradesh. The trek is an awe inspiring destination for those who want to explore the remote areas of this village. It also offers a magnificent view of many beautiful peaks like Deo Tibba, Indrasan and Hanuman Tibba. The beautiful trekking route starts from Manali and passes through Lama Dugh, Kalihani, Riyali Thach, Dal Marhi, Marhi, Devi ki Marhi, Plachak, Rajgundha and, of course, Bara Bhangal.

Altitude: 5260m. (17255 ft)
Duration: 15 days
Route: Lama Dugh – Riyali Thach – Base of Kalihani Pass – Devi ki Marhi – Dal Marhi – Bara Bhangal – Marhi – Plachak
Best Time to Visit: May to September
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach:
Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar railway station
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar Airport
Bara Bhangal Trek

15. Tso Moriri – Spiti Valley Trek Jammu and Kashmir

Located at an elevation of 4522 meters above sea level, Tso Moriri is also known as “Mori Lake”. It is one of the high altitude lake treks lying entirely within Ladakh, India. The trek to Lake Moriri is considered as an imperial trek in the Ladakh region, which offers an amazing breathtaking ambiance. The place is also an abode to numerous species of birds like Bar-Headed Geese, Great-Crested Grebe and Black-necked Cranes. The trek commences from the campsite at Kaza and traverses through Parang La via Dumla, Thaltak Meadow, Jagtha, Bonrojen, Datang Yongma, Dak Karzong and Chumik Shilde.

Altitude: 4522 m. (18372.7 ft)
Duration: 10 days
Route: Kaza — Dumla – Thaltak Meadow – Jagtha – Bonrojen – Dak Karzong – Datang Yongma – Chumik Shilde – Tso Moriri – Karzog – Leh
Best Time to Visit: July & August
Grade: Challenging
How to Reach
Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar railway station
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar Airport
Tso Moriri Trek

About Trekking in North India

Discover the perfect trekking destinations in India and immerse yourself in the adventure. If you really love to trek in hill stations, then India is a perfect place for you. Here, you will not only explore trekking but also enjoy the magnificent natural beauty of the surroundings. India offers you a chance to explore trekking in the different regions of the country, which is a great chance to go deeper and understand the actual beauty of this region. So, just pack your bags and move ahead to visit these popular trekking destinations.

Roopkund Trek, Uttaranchal

If you are a trek and hike enthusiast and haven’t done the Roopkund trek, then you must plan for it immediately. The trek offers you unique experiences, from lush green forests to sparkling rivers and lakes. It takes you through the most beautiful places in the Himalayan region. Lohajung is the starting point of this trek and it will take around 8 days to complete this trek. During this trek, you will also enjoy a magnificent view of Skeleton Lake, Roopkund and a breathtaking view of majestic mountain peaks like Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba & Trishul and Rudugaira with lush green meadows of Bedini and Ali.

Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 08 Days (5 days trekking and 3 days traveling)
Best Season: Mid May – Mid October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 5029 m.
Total Trekking: 60 K.M

Har Ki Doon Trek, Uttarakhand

Har Ki Doon trek is one of the most popular stunning treks of Uttarakhand, which is an ideal pick for an amateur. The extravagant 9 days Har Ki Doon trek is nestled in the midst of dense alpine forests on the base of Fateh Parvat at the height of 3556 m, which offers you verdant alpine meadows and stunning greeneries with the snow-capped mountain ranges. The highly recommended nine days long Har Ki Doon trek starts from Sankri village which is blessed with nature’s delights. The valley is rich in a variety of flora & fauna and is also a paradise for nature lovers as well bird watchers.

Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 9 Days (7 days trekking and 2 days travel)
Best Season: Apr-Jun, Sep-Nov
Grade: Easy
Altitude: 3600m
Total Trekking: 64 K.M

Milam Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

Milam Glacier Trek is one of the perfect trekking options for those who want to walk on the glaciers, crossing through the dense forests, gazing up at a clear starry sky and enjoying the natural environment which makes your adventure vacation memorable for the lifetime. Located at a height of 4,268 meters above the sea level, the Milam Glacier Trek starts from the base camp Munsiyari, a tiny village which is 300 km away from Kathgodam. The trekking trail offers you breathtaking views of Hardeol, Deo Damla (6,637 m), Mangraon (6,568 m) and Sakram (6,254 m), which are enough for this trekking trip.

Area: Kumaon Himalaya
Duration: 13 days (4 days traveling/9 days trekking)
Best Season: April – June & Sept – Oct
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4150 mts/13612 ft
Total Trekking: 116 K.M

Pindari Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

Pindari Glacier Trek of Kumaon region is a must-to-visit destination for trekking enthusiasts. If you want to complete your trekking record in India, then never miss this trekking trail that heartily welcomes you anytime between summer and early winter. The trek to Pindari Glacier is a wonderful trekking trail that offers you magnificent snow capped glaciers, mesmerizing landscapes, rocky terrains and dense forest trail. The trekking trail starts from Loharkhet, a tiny hamlet of Kumaon region which is 20 km far from Bageshwar district. The trekking trail passes through a series of picturesque places like Dwali, Dhakuri and Phurkia with lush green forest trail.

Area: Kumaon Himalaya
Duration: 10 Days (4 days traveling/6 days trekking)
Best Season: Mid April – Mid October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4150 mts/13612 ft
Total Trekking: 110 K.M

Kafni Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

Located at the highest and the most breathtaking area of the Kumaon Himalayas, Kafni Glacier provides an amazing trekking trail for the adventure junkies. The scenic beauty of this place is very heartwarming which includes snow covered mountains peaks, remote villages and a crystal clear river to captivate your heart. It is the only trek leading from Uttarakhand that offers you the chance to enjoy camping on verdant grasslands. The trek starts from Song and crosses Khatri, Loharkhet, Phurkia, Dwali and at last reaches Kafni Glacier. On the way of this trek, you will enjoy a magnificent view of the Pindari Glacier, sparkling rivers, beautiful waterfalls and lush green meadows with blooming wildflowers. Trekkers can also be the witness of a breathtaking view of the Nandakot (6860 m) and Nanda Bhanar (6236 m) from the Kafni Glacier.

Area: Kumaon Himalaya
Duration: 11 Days (4 days traveling/7 days trekking)
Best Season: Mid April – Mid October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4150 mts/13612 ft
Total Trekking: 85 K.M

Kauri Pass Trek, Garhwal

Kauri Pass Trek is one of the most popular treks in the Indian Himalayan region, which is located in the Garhwal Himalayas. The enchanting trek passes through the lush green dense forests of oak, alpine, conifer and rhododendron. You can also explore a variety of wild animals and birds including leopards and black bears. Throughout this trek, you will explore an eye-catching view of high mountain ranges including Trishul at 7,120 m, Kedarnath at 6,968 m, Neelkanth at 6,596 m, Kamet’s pyramid of granite at 7,756 m and Nanda Devi at 7,740 m. The Kuari Pass trek starts from Selu Bagar and takes around 9 days to complete this trek.

Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 9 Days (6 days trekking and 3 days traveling)
Best Season: Mid-April – November
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4150 m
Total Trekking: 55 K.M

Hampta Pass Trek, Manali

Hampta Pass Trek in Manali is an ideal trekking destination for those who love to explore mountains and want to experience adventure in the laps of the Himalayas. Perched at an elevation of 14000 feet above mean sea level, the trek is perfect for experienced as well as amateur mountaineers. The extravagant trek starts from the scenic spot of Manali and takes you through amazing places and deep forests of Oak, Pine, and Rhododendron. The Hampta River also serves as a bridge for the natives of Hampta to reach Lahaul and Spiti Valley. The Hampta Pass Trek starts from the Prini Village, then goes uphill and offers the splendid beauty of lush green landscapes with panorama view of the misty mountains.

Area: Kullu and Spiti Valley (Himachal Pradesh)
Duration: 9 Days (4 days traveling and 5 days trekking)
Best Season: Mid-June to October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4227 m/14600 ft
Total Trekking: 50 K.M

Valley of Flowers Trekking, Uttaranchal

Perched at an elevation of 3300 m to 3650 m above sea level, the beautiful valley is a paradise for nature lovers. Valley of Flowers trek starts from the Bhuindhar village, which covers around a 87 square km area. The valley blooms with the heavy collection of wildflower species from June, to till early September. Here, you can explore about 520 species of flowering plants and it’s also declared as a National Park in 1982. The Valley of Flowers trek starts from Ghangaria to high mountain ranges at a height of 43,00 meters. During this trek, you will explore some popular pilgrimage sites like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Joshimath and Hemkund Sahib and also enjoy snow-capped peaks, lush green meadows, murmuring waterfalls and numerous colorful wildflowers.

Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 07 Days
Best Season: Late June to Early September
Grade: Moderate
Max-Altitude: 4328 Mts
Total Trekking: 50 K.M

Great Lakes Trek, Jammu & Kashmir

Great Lakes Trek in Kashmir is a trek in North India which leaves you spellbound. The beautiful place will definitely force you to go for this trek in the midst of charming beauty. One of the most popular places of this state, Srinagar, the summer capital of North India, captivates your mind with its mind blowing flower gardens, lakes, and houseboats. During this trek, you will explore beautiful snow-capped mountains, lush green meadows, rocky terrains and crystal clear rivers, which are enough to complete a perfect trekking experience.

Area: Kashmir
Duration: 08 Days
Best Season: July to September
Grade: Moderate
Max-Altitude: 13,750 fit
Total Trekking: 63 K.M

Pin Parvati Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Considered as the most thrilling and challenging trekking trail in Himachal Pradesh, Pin Parvati Pass Trek, to the Spiti Valley, is the most popular trek in North India. Perched at an altitude of 5,319 meters above the sea level, it offers you beautiful views of magnificent mountains, sparkling rivers, high gradients and beautiful passes. The 100 km high trek is perfect for checking your energy level and boost up yourself. The trek starts from the beautiful location of Manali and passes through some scenic locations including Barsheni, Manikaran, Tunda Bhuj, Thakur Kuan, Odi Thach and Mantalai. This 16 days trek is a peerless adventure opportunity for all the trekking lovers who want to relax in the midst of picturesque panorama of mother nature.

Area: Himachal Pradesh
Duration: 16 Days
Best Season: July – September
Grade :Tough
Altitude: 5319 m/17452 ft
Total Trekking: 108 K.M

Bhrigu Lake Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Bhrigu Lake Trek in Himachal Pradesh gets you the opportunity to explore the endless beauty of this region. Combined with the stunning view of snow capped mountains, amazing natural beauty, and verdant meadows, the Bhrigu Lake trek is the most popular trekking trail of Himachal Pradesh amongst trek and nature lovers. Located at an elevation of 14000 ft above sea level, the Bhrigu Lake Trek starts from Gulaba, which is a small village of this region, and passes through dense lush green forest trails, blooming fruit orchards, picturesque villages and the popular Vashisht village. Considered as the most beautiful trek of Manali region, the Bhrigu Lake trek provides you an unexpected satisfaction and bliss during this trek.

Area: Himachal Pradesh
Duration: 08 Days
Best Season: Mid May – October
Grade: Easy
Altitude: 4235m/13890 ft
Total Trekking: 48 K.M

Indrahar Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Packed with beautiful lakes, verdant forests, sparkling rivers and mesmerizing landscapes, the Indrahar Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular treks in India, that captivates several travelers’ hearts from all over the country and they are forced to attend this trekking trail once in a lifetime. Perched at a towering height of 4,342 meters above the sea level, the Indrahar Pass Trek starts from the border between Kangra and Chamba districts, which is a part of a very popular trekking trail from Dharamshala, and offers an amazing glimpse of the tiny village and the beautiful lakes Mankiani & Kareri. The perfect time to visit this place for trekkers is between April to October.

Area: Dhauladhar, Himachal Pradesh
Duration: 09 Days
Best Season: April to October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4375mts/14245 ft
Total Trekking: 35 K.M

Deoria Tal and Chandrashila Peak, Uttarakhand

If you want to keep away from the glamour of the city life, then you must hide yourself in the laps of the calm Mother Nature. Yes, here we are talking about the beautiful valley of Chopta, which is the most beautiful and scenic place of the country. Located at a height of 2,680 meters above sea level, it is situated in the midst of a lush green forest of oak, deodar, and rhododendron. The mesmerising 5 days Chandrashila Summit Trek passes through lush green meadows and offers you an enchanting view of some popular Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi at 7,817 meters, Kedarnath at 6,831 meters, Trishul at 7,120 meters, Bandarpunch at 6,316 meters and Chaukhamba at 7,138 meters.

Area: Garhwal Himalayas
Duration: 05 Days
Best Season: Round the Year
Grade: Easy
Altitude: 4090 m
Total Trekking: 30 K.M

Panchachuli Base Camp Trek

Panchachuli Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular trekking trails in Uttarakhand, which is located at the end of the eastern Kumaon region. Located at a height of 4,260 meters above sea level, it is the best option for short trekkers and the best season for this trek is between mid April to mid October. Almora is the starting point for the Panchachuli Base Camp Trek and the trek passes through Dharchula, Sobla, Tawaghat, Dhar, Sela, Duktu and Balling. While crossing this trekking trail, you will explore the eye-catching view of Panchachuli glacier and splendid views of Darma Valley, Alpine meadows, snow capped misty mountains and a heavy range of flora and fauna.

Area: Kumaon Himalaya
Duration: 12 Days (4 days traveling/8 days trekking)
Best Season: Mid April – Mid October
Grade: Moderate
Altitude: 4260 mts/13975 ft
Total Trekking: 110 K.M