Best treks of India to make you an adventurer

List of top best treks of India

India has been blessed with varied topography that offers tons of adventures for travellers of all kinds. The hilly areas with their difficult terrains offer many fun and thrilling activities such as trekking, paragliding, rafting, etc. Amongst all these kinds of exciting and challenging opportunities, trekking remains one of the most preferred and fun-driven choices for tourists. Here you can check the Top 10 best treks in India.


Hamta Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Difficulty– Moderate
Exact location– Kullu
Best season– June to early September
Best way to reach– Bus
Elevation– 4270m
This trek lies between the Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. The pass has vertical rock walls, waterfalls, hanging glaciers, small lakes, etc. Trekkers take through Hampta Pass and go into the Lahaul region. The route has fast-moving rivers and challenging glaciers and hence making this trek thrilling and memorable.


Beas Kund trek, Himachal Pradesh

Difficulty- Moderate
Exact location-Manali
Best season- May to October
Best way to reach- Bus
Beas Kund offers lush green grasslands in which a lake is hidden. This lake is also, the source of the Beas river and it is believed that Sage Vyas, who wrote Mahabharata used to take bath in this lake.


Chadar trek, Ladakh

Difficulty- Moderate to difficult
Exact location- Leh
Best season- January to February
Best way to reach- Flight to Leh airport or bus via Manali
Chadar trek is also known as Zanskar Gorge trek. Its oneway trek is almost 105km. Zanskar river is frozen at the best time for trekking. The winds are quite chilling and it almost takes 7-9 days to complete the trek. The trekking is done in groups and not alone. The total distance of the trek is 62kms and every day 5-6 hours of trekking is suitable.


Nanda Devi trek, Uttarakhand

Difficulty- Moderate to difficult
Exact location- Garhwal
Best season- May to June and September to October
Best way to reach- Bus
Along the route lies the famous Nanda Devi National Park, small streams, glaciers, etc. Nanda Devi is one of the highest mountains in India. The total
trekking distance is almost 55km and it takes almost 8-9 days to complete the trekking. Wild flora and fauna are also visible along the way. Rare species such as musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Thar and snow leopard can be seen.

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