Top 7 Himalayan Treks in India

The Himalayas is the greatest gift of nature to India, its magnificence & poise can be best explored with gorgeous Himalayan treks. The towering mountains, idyllic landscapes, an irresistible shade of colors & abundance of fauna, all make every trek different. There is no other homecoming like in the lap of nature, Himalayan treks being the best benediction of mankind. India is a land of versatile terrain but only a few get to savor the mystical air of Himalayas. There is a sense of accomplishment staring the world from the top of a peak, a sense of pride and you only learn to be humbler than ever. If you haven’t yet delved into the mountains, it is time you pick any of these gorgeous treks.

Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

It is a sheer spectacle of beautiful nature with changing terrains, enchanting meadows, gurgling streams, rocky patches and an expedition to famous Roopkund Lake. The trek is famous for Skeleton Lake, and for skeletons present in the bottom of the lake. It is a high altitude trek demanding a good amount of stamina, lasts for 8 to 10 days.

Goechla La Trek, Sikkim

The trek is an arduous one of around 10-12 days and requires a good amount of preparation. The rewarding scenery is a delight to wandering eyes, passing right through the impeccably pristine Kanchenjunga National Park. It is another word for experiencing magnificence with the glimpse of turquoise blue Samiti lake, snow-capped peaks, and abundance of green.

Sandakphu Phalut Trek, West Bengal

It is a moderate trek and is one of the best Himalayan treks in terms of rewarding mountain views. A cluster of mountains including Kanchenjunga and other peaks is seen as Sleeping Buddha. On the other side, get the majestic view of the highly revere Mt.Everest peak. The trek is beautifully design with Rhododendron trees during spring and early monsoon, adding to the ineluctable glamor.

Har Ki Dun, Uttarakhand

It is again a moderate trek but walking to ancient Himalayan villages has its own form of entice. The trek is a beautiful amalgamation of remote villages, crystal clear Supin River, quaint landscapes, and soul capturing view of Swargrohini Peak. The ancient village of Har Ki Dun is over 3000 years old, full of stories & mythology, the best Himalayan trek if culture, history, and also mystery attract you. Kashmir Great Lakes, J & K – There are no words enough to define and describe the mammoth of beauty the trek holds. We are talking about clear blue skies, seven enticing lakes in shades of blue. And flowers spread like marmalade on the grassland and also memories for a lifetime. The Himalayan landscape changes beautifully leading to one after another gorgeous trail.

Kashmir Great Lakes, J K

There are no words enough to define and describe the mammoth of beauty the trek holds. We are talking about clear blue skies, seven enticing lakes in shades of blue, flowers spread like marmalade on the grassland and memories for a lifetime. The Himalayan landscape changes beautifully leading to one after another gorgeous trail.

Hampta Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Located in the ever-enchanting Himalayas, it is one of a gorgeous Himalayan treks spanning the rugged and barren terrains of Spiti Valley. The trek has an essence of versatile including flower sprinkled grassland. Meadows and also can be clubbed with the turquoise green lake of Chandratal.

Valley of Flower, Uttarakhand

 

The gorgeous Himalayan trek is sprawled, sprinkled and also nurtured by nature with an immense variety of flowers. It is a delight for every Botanist and is a little hamlet spanned by the mighty Himalayas. The trek can also be clubbed with Hemkund Sahib, the Himalayan Gurudwara, and a very popular pilgrimage.