Hiking Treks Near To Himalaya
Why trekking is adventurous
Trekking is a physical activity which will expose you to the elements and the wilderness. You are likely to be on a mountain or in a forest, so you will find yourself exposed to nature. This makes trekking an adventurous sport since it is physically challenging and allows you to see beautiful parts of the world that might otherwise be inaccessible.
Everest Base camp
Everest Base camp is one of the most popular treks in the world. It gives you a chance to witness some of the highest mountains on earth, including Mt Everest and its neighbors. You can see Mt Everest from the trek and also from Kala Patthar (5,575 m), where you get a spectacular view of Mt Everest, Lhotse & Nuptse peaks.
The trek also takes you through many other beautiful Himalayan peaks like Amadablam, Tawachee Peak (6993 m). If you are lucky enough then you might see some snow leopards or even get a glimpse of endangered black bear! This expedition will take around 14 days with seven days hiking on foot and five days rest at Namche Bazaar before starting your journey further up north towards Everest Base Camp (5100m).
Annapurna Base Camp
The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. The trek takes you through the Annapurna region, which is one of the most popular trekking areas in Nepal.
The trail follows alongside Trisuli River and passes through rhododendron forest and oak forests with scenic views of high mountains including Annapurna I, Hiunchuli (6,441 m), Machhapuchhre (6993 m)and Nilgiri(7134 m).
Himlung Hilary is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. The trail starts from Kathmandu, the capital city and ends in Lukla. It is a long trail with its length being about 10 days long. The trek covers an altitude ranging from 1,800 to 6,500 meters above sea level. One can see some amazing Himalayan ranges such as Langtang Himalayas, Annapurna Range, Mount Everest etc., during this trekking hike.
Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
The trek is a moderate one, with a 10-12 days’ trekking distance. The Chandrakhani Pass Trek is a great option if you have limited time and want to visit the western Himalaya. It will give you an opportunity to explore some of the best landscapes and culture of Himachal Pradesh.
The route starts from Shimla, which is also known as the Queen of Hills because it was once the summer capital of British India. You can easily reach Shimla by air or train from Delhi or Chandigarh (the nearest airport). From there, it takes about 3 hours by bus or taxi to get to Kufri village situated at around 2100 meters above sea level where we begin our hike towards Dharamkot pass (3200 meters) through forests full of oak trees, rhododendrons, blue pines and junipers that make up most part of this trekking route along with old temples in between villages like Nahan (1500m), Dharkot (2200m) etc..
Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek, Jammu and Kashmir
The Tarsar Marsar Lake Trek, Jammu and Kashmir is a trek which can be done in a day or two.
You can do this trek in the winter or summer as well as monsoon, spring and fall.
Phulara Ridge Trek, Uttarakhand
Phulara Ridge Trek is a moderate trek. The trek is very scenic, with a variety of landscapes. This is one of the most popular treks among tourists. The trek also known as the Phulad Village Trek and can be done by beginners as well.
The trail starts from Nainital, Uttarakhand and winds through meadows and forests where you have good chances to spot wildlife such as Himalayan black bear, leopard cat and Himalayan wolf. After crossing the Gangola Pass at an altitude of 2200m after which it descends to Bhowali village at 1550m. From here, it ascends to meet Haldakini River Crossing and then follows its bank until Ghangar village where you will get down into Nainital city’s suburb called Pantnagar again heading towards Bhimtal lake where your journey ends after covering total distance around 25 kilometers
The best treks give you awesome memories of your trekking experience.
The best treks are the ones that give you awesome memories of your trekking experience.