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10 Breathtaking Treks in India for an Amazing Adventure this Year

Adventures make us feel kicking alive and we all agree to it, going on to an amazing trip or a Breathtaking Trek in India is all we need in today’s life.

When we think of doing something Adventurous, Trekking mostly is the first thing which comes in our mind. Passing from the valleys, the forest, the majestic mountains, the waterfalls, the beautiful views all this makes the journey breathtaking and force us to do again and again. Your search for Trekking places ends here.

These are the Treks which you cannot say No and will leave you by packing your bags.
Let’s begin.

We are always excited when it comes to trekking, aren’t we?

Breathtaking Treks in India for Every Adventure Lover

1.Valley of flower Trek

Valley of flowers trek is among the must do breathtaking trek in India
Valley of flower trek

First of all, We always want to get surrounded by pleasant air, beautiful flowers which ultimately brings energy then this place will not disappoint you. This is located in the state of Uttarakhand known for its variety of flowers. The trek grade varies from easy to moderate and the best season for this would be June end to September. However, it opens in the month of June. It is at 3250mtr approx. above sea level, perfect for a landscaping tree.

 

2. Triund Trek

I did Triund Trek two times

Triund Trek is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh in MacLeod Ganj which is about 6 – 7 km away from Dharamshala. It ranges from easy to moderate and it also checks your stamina because as we go towards the end it becomes quite steep. This trek is best for the beginners and the best season would be April to August and you can also challenge yourself in winters in November to January where you will find snow in between.

 

3. Indrahar Pass Trek

Indrahar pass Trek
Indrahar pass trek

When we are trekking towards Indrahar Pass, Triund comes in between so if we want our journey of 7-8 km which ends at Triund if we want we could continue that and then we will cross Ilaqa pass and Lahesh caves and then we reach Indrahar pass. So the thing is it brings out the daredevil in us which constantly saying yes we can do that. It forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts and is located at an altitude of 4343m above sea level and trek grade ranges from moderate to difficult.

 

4. Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Pin Paravati pass trek in India
pin Parvati pass trek

Trekking in the Himalayas will always be delightful. It always surprises us with its beauty hiding within the mountains, the clouds, the forests. This trek starts from Kullu and ends in Manali. Pin Parvati treks are more balanced towards difficulty because it remains covered with snow for almost the year. The journey is equipped with abundant beauty all around. The altitude varies around 17500ft above sea level. If you are a Solo Traveler than these listed treks will never disappoint you.

 

5. Kareri Lake Trek

Kareri Lake Trek

This trek situated at an altitude of 11000ft approx. sea level and the trek starts from MacLeod Ganj. Surrounded by Dhauladhar ranges brings out its natural beauty and scenic views. The trek level varies from easy to moderate. The trek passes from majestic mountains to lush forests. From December to March the lake remains frozen and it is not less than heaven in winters. Summers are the best season for this trek.

Also Read, Trekking in Kashmir – Guide to Katarnag Lake Trek

6. Kedar Kantha Trek

Kedarkantha trek
Kedarkantha trek

In the state of Uttarakhand, this trek is at its best in the winters and for those who like to be surrounded by the snow every time they trek. The trek is mostly moderate grade and will leave you speechless which you will remember for a long time. The USP of this trek is 360-degree views all covered with snow and camping in cold night which ranges from -1 degree to -3 degrees and will make you early morning refreshed. It is elevated at an altitude of 12000ft.

 

7. Bhrigu Lake trek

Bhrigu lake trek
Bhrigu lake trek

All the lake treks are just delightful to do and so this Bhrigu lake trek also. One of the most high-altitude lake treks around 13000ft and offers alpine meadows. This trek is slightly bent towards difficulty side due to its high altitude but if we have that patience and determination ever mountain is within our reach. The trek starts at Gulaba and will take you to pine forests and mountains. Just don’t wait for this one.

 

8. Har ki dun trek

Har Ki dun Trek
Har Ki Dun Trek

This is a valley trek and one of the most beautiful in the western Himalayas. The trek is ultimate likewise, I mean this will take you to the valley of gods which once Pandavas took the same route to heaven. This iconic trek is marvelous both in summers and winters. Elevated at an altitude of 11, 500 ft which starts at Sankri basecamp and takes you to unexplored parts of Gharwal Himalayas. The grade ranges from easy to moderate and basically it all depends upon your stamina.

 

9. Chopta Tungnath Trek

Chopta Tungnath Trek
Chopta Tiungnath

In Gharwal Himalayas, Tungnath a highest Shiva temple in the World. The trek gives stunning views of Nanda Devi, Trishul, Chaukhamba. It is an easy trek with an elevated altitude of 13000ft approx. The trek gives picturesque snowing trekking experience. You can also trek ahead to Chandrashila because there is a small temple but the trek becomes steep just above the Tungnath. Perfect place for nature lovers.

 

10. Chadar Trek

Chadar Trek is one of the most Breathtaking Trek in India
Chadar Trek

This trek is an absolute dream for many travelers and trekkers. Located in the Ladakh region is itself a dream come a true moment at an elevation of 11, 300 ft. The Chadar Trek starts from the Leh and best experienced in Winters as Zanskar Lake becomes frozen. The conditions become extreme and most challenging at every point. Best season is January to March. You just can’t say no to Ladakh Trek.

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