Top Ten Treks In India

1. Trek to the Frozen River Zanskar

Frozen River Zanskar

The Frozen Zanskar River Trek is one of the best treks in India at an elevation of 3,390 metres, located in Ladakh. This is a fascinating ride across the ice Zanskar River, allowing you to witness the old Leh Ladakh cultures and patrimony. Bone-chilling winds, snowy roads, pristine environment and a lifetime are all the same. This voyage takes around 9 days, moderately to difficultly. It takes about 9 days. The months to visit this location are January - February.

2. Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand

Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha Trek is situated at an altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level in a mountain in the wildlife sanctuary in the district of Uttarakhand, called Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. The "Queen of Winter Trekks" is reported to take place throughout the winter months of the year. Sankri, a tiny town from where the Kedarkantha peak is climbed. There are around 13 Himalayan peaks that can be seen from above the top.

Lord Shiva had meditated in this region for many years. The local people believe. It is stated that the head of Lord Shiva dropped a drop of water into the lovely lake known as 'Juda - Ka - Talab,' which is 2786 metres away.

3. Markha Valley Trek

Markha Valley Trek

One of the most famous treks in the Ladakh region is the Markha Valley Trek, which lasts roughly seven to nine days at an altitude of 5,150 metres. Walking across several lands, including little towns with big mustards, wheat and barley, mountains and streams. You will also bear witness to some of Tibetan culture's ancient Buddhist Monasteries. This is a small walk during Mid – June To Mid – October. The trip is modest. This walk will certainly remind you of life.

4. Nanda Devi Trek

Nanda Devi Trek

Nanda Devi mountain at an altitude of approximately 7,816 metres is not the highest point in the region of Garhwal except in India. The Nanda Devi is also a national park that is home to the great fauna and flora of the Himalayas. There are several tiny rivers, rivers, foothills, and alpine glaciers. You can walk through them. The tour can be concluded in a time of 10 days, with a moderate to challenging time. The most preferred times for trekking to this place are May – June and September – October.

5. Valley of Flowers Trek

Valley of Flowers Trek

Heaven on earth is a place in Garhwal, Uttarakhand, with a total height of roughly 3,658 metres, which is called the Valley of the Flowers. It's not only a sentence but genuinely a place. The name of the village is appropriate, because the entire valley is full of almost difficult to count flowers. The ground of this valley has flowers of many different colours and powerful and pleasant perfume. This is one of the Indian treks which can be performed easily to moderately in a period of 6 days. This valley is really heaven on earth after a wonderful trip across the mountains. The greatest time to go trekking to this place is from July to September.

6. Dodital Trek

Dodital Trek

The Uttarakhand region's Dodital is a tiny freshwater lake. The lake is in many mountain ranges covered by snow. Not only the lake, but you may also enjoy the lovely snowy fields. The natives say this lake is holy and really a great view to relax the eyes. The walk can be completed in 6 - 7 days, easy to moderate. This excursion will certainly remind you of your entire life. The most recommended months are April to November to visit this trekking area.

7. Gangotri Gomukh Trek

Gangotri Gomukh Trek

Gomukh Gangotri Glacier is situated at 4463 metres in the Uttarakhand region of Garhwal Himalayas. This is also the Ganges source. This hiking place has numerous characteristics, such as the vast diversity of the flora and fauna and the natural pleasure of its travellers. Also the primary highlight of this place is rare blue mountain goats. It can be concluded in 12 days. The tour is modest. The principal reason why photographers choose to visit this hiking spot is the mountains on all sides. The optimum season to walk is between May and June as well as between August and mid-October.

8. Kuari Tapovan Trek

Kuari Tapovan Trek

The Kuari Tapovan Trek is a wonderfully amazing destination in the Garhwal area of India with 7000 plus peaks. The highlight is the Kuari Pass at an altitude of approximately 4,264 metres above sea level. In this area many unique species like the musk deer and the leopard have their homes. It's a simple journey even for beginners. It takes a week to finish the same thing. The best time to visit is between April and June, and between September and November.

9. Goecha La Trek

Goecha La Trek

The Goecha La climb at an altitude of roughly 4940 metres is known to be Sikkim's heart trek. In this walk, you will also experience this tranquilly on the face of the third-highest mountain, the Kanchenjunga. This walk is packed with lovely rhododendron forests, gorgeous mountain stations, crystal clear Himalayan Blakes. It's a tough trip which is both difficult and gorgeous, but worth seeing the Himalayas if you really get to the summit of the mountains. The ideal period you can walk to this place is between mid-March and June and between September and mid-November.

10. Roopkund Trek

Roopkund Trek

The famous Roopkund Trek is a magnificent lak with a height of roughly 5029m, famous for the human skeleton recovered at the foot of this Uttarakhand lake. Some of the highlights of this tour include river fishing, luxuriant foliage, many bowling species, pristine woods, the Himalayan peaks, the temples or the plains. This is a moderate journey, which can be finished in 8 days. Between mid-May-May-Mid-June and between September-October the best time to conduct this trekking is.

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