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SCENIC SPLENDORS

India is an epitome of mountain beauty and home to myriad landscapes and terrains that lure umpteen adventure enthusiasts from different corners of the world to come here and satiate their adrenaline desire. For trekkers, especially, the country is a paradise to have unparalleled experiences of high-altitude trekking and to unravel the hidden mysteries of the peaks. Also, with a plethora of trekking options ranging from easy and moderate to challenging grades, there is an opportunity for every kind of trekker, be it a beginner or an expert, to satisfy his craving for an enticing trekking experience.

   So, without further ado, here’s our list of top 10 best treks in India

1. Chadar – The Frozen Zanskar River Trek

An excellent trek along the frozen Zaskar river with beautiful winter terrain and a firsthand glimpse of the ancient culture of Ladakh region, this is an exciting journey for experienced trekkers. Icy routes, bone-chilling winds, pristine nature, and the experience of a lifetime, that’s what this trek is all about.

LOCATION Leh Ladakh
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 3390 m
DURATION 9 days
DIFFICULTY Level 3: Moderate to Level 4: Difficult
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote
BEST SEASON January to February

2. Gangotri Gomukh trek

A journey in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand, this trek takes you to the Gangotri glacier at Gomukh, the source of the Ganges. A true natural delight, the region features a large diversity of plants and animals, including rare blue mountain goats. The glacier is surrounded by beautiful mountains on all sides, a truly mesmerizing sight to behold.

LOCATION Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 4463 m
DURATION 12 days
DIFFICULTY Level 3: Moderate
REMOTENESS Moderately Remote
BEST SEASON May-June & August-Mid Oct

3. Ladakh – Markha Valley trek

Markha valley trek is a very popular trek in the Ladakh region. You’ll be walking in a variety of terrains including dry mountains, streams, and small villages with fields of wheat, barley and mustard. Housing several old Buddhist monasteries, the region is a repository of ancient Tibetan culture. A trek through this region will be etched in your memory for a lifetime.

LOCATION Ladakh
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 5150 m
DURATION 7 to 9 days
DIFFICULTY Level 3: Moderate
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote
BEST SEASON Mid-June to Mid-October

4. KUARI TAPOVAN TREK

A journey through the enchantingly beautiful Garhwal region of India, this trek has you walking in the shadows of several 7000+ peaks. The region houses rare HImalayan fauna such as the snow leopard and the musk deer. The highlight of the trek is the Kuari pass at an altitude of 4264 m. The trek is quite easy, featuring a hands-on experience of the local Hindu culture.

LOCATION Garhwal
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 4264 m
DURATION 6 days
DIFFICULTY Level 2: Easy
REMOTENESS Not Remote

5. Nanda Devi trek

Rising to an altitude of 7816 m, Nanda Devi is the highest peak in the Garhwal region of India. Sprawled across the lap of the mountain, the Nanda Devi national park, housing unique Himalayan flora and fauna, is a place of beauty in and of itself. You’ll be trekking along Himalayan foothills and several small rivers, streams and glaciers. The place is an epitome of pristine natural beauty, attracting thousands of photographers, trekkers and mystics every year.

LOCATION Garhwal Himalayas
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 4150 m
DURATION 10 days
DIFFICULTY Level 3: Moderate to Level 4: Difficult
REMOTENESS Moderately Remote
BEST SEASON May-June and September-October

6. GOECHA LA TREK

Goecha La, a trek in the heart of the beautiful Sikkim region, puts you face to face with Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak on the planet. Be it beautiful rhododendron forests, picturesque hill stations, or clear blue Himalayan lakes, this trek has it all. The trek is quite challenging, but when you view the majestic Himalayas from Dzongri, you’ll definitely find it worth the effort.

LOCATION Sikkim
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 4940 m
DURATION 10 days
DIFFICULTY Level 4: Difficult
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote
BEST SEASON Mid March to June and September to Mid November

7. Valley of Flowers

Located high in the Himalayas of Uttaranchal at an altitude of 3658 m, the valley of flowers is named quite appropriately: it is a huge valley blooming with more types of flowers than one can possibly count. It is a spectacular site surrounded by beautiful mountains on all sides. The valley floor is resplendent with flowers of all colours and the whole area has an intense, pleasant aroma. After an exciting trek in the Himalayan foothills, the valley of flowers feels like heaven on Earth.

LOCATION Garhwal Himalayas
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 3658 m
DURATION 6 days
DIFFICULTY Level 2: Easy to Level 3: Moderate
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote (No Accommodation)
BEST SEASON July to September

8. ROOPKUND TREK

Roopkund is a lake at an altitude of 5029 m, famous for the human skeletal remains found at its bottom. A journey to the remote Roopkund lake takes you through pristine forests with rivers gushing below you. The lush greenery, the numerous birds of several species, the surrounding Himalayan peaks, the flat plains, the Hindu temples, all serve to make the trek to Roopkund a memorable experience.

LOCATION Uttarakhand
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 5029 m
DURATION 8 days
DIFFICULTY Level 3: Moderate
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote
BEST SEASON Mid-May to mid-June and September to October

9. Dodital trek

Among snow-clad mountains in the Uttarakhand region lies a small freshwater lake named Dodital. The lake is considered holy and is a site of natural beauty and cultural importance. The leisurely-paced journey to the lake takes you through soft snowy terrain with cool winter winds blowing through your hair. All in all, Dodital is a splendid trek in the Indian Himalayas that you will fondly recall even after many years.

LOCATION Garhwal Uttarakhand
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 3307 m
DURATION 6 to 7 days
DIFFICULTY Level 2: Easy to Level 3: Moderate
REMOTENESS Not Remote
BEST SEASON April to November

10. Stok Kangri trek

Stok Kangri trek takes you to the highest climbable summit in India at an altitude of 6153 m. It is a moderately difficult trek in the Ladakh region that is perfect for experienced trekkers, though it does not really require mountaineering skills. The majestic view of the Himalayas from the Stok Kangri summit makes the whole trek a journey to remember.

LOCATION Ladakh
MAXIMUM ALTITUDE 5260 m (6153 m with climb)
DURATION 9 days
DIFFICULTY Level 4: Difficult
REMOTENESS Fairly Remote
BEST SEASON July to September
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