Best Places to try out for trekking in India

People want to connect with nature not only to enjoy it’s never ending beauty but also to let go of the daily rhythm of their lives and relax in the tranquility and serenity of the World. The best way to let go of all the worries of the week is to walk along a path , without any particular reason, knowing nothing more than the start and the end. There exists a joy in this …as there exists a joy in trekking and here are the best places for trekking in india…

Trekking is an outdoor recreational activity of walking in beautiful natural environments on pre-charted path called trekking routes. It is easily the most sought after adventure activity and given below are some treks that one should surely try out to learn about the indomitable spirit that lies in trekking. 

1. Triund, Himachal Pradesh

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If there is one place on Earth where magic can be recreated it is TRIUND. It has a special aesthetic feel about it which can hardly be expressed in words. It is a beginner’s trek which is most enjoyable from SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER. It will take you 4-5 hours to reach to the top and once you reach there you will be definitely tempted to stay the night. Beautiful forest trails, a picture perfect view of the DHAULADHAR MONTAINS ON ONE SIDE and the KANGRA VALLEY on the other, make this trek the most exhilarating experience you can ever have. The awesome sunset and along with it the unbelievably beautiful view of the night-sky make this trek a must for all those visiting DHARAMSHALA in the majestic HIMACHAL PRADESH.

2. Kheerganga, Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

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This is one of the most popular places for trekking in India. The mighty roar of the PARVATI RIVER combined with breath-taking views and awesome wooden bridges give this place the reason to become the most sought out trek in India. The view of this valley will make you appreciate the actual depth of nature’s beauty and might.

3. Valley Of Flowers, Uttarakhand

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Flora is just one of the most enchanting ways of nature to show off its elegance. Located in the West Himalaya in Uttarakhand , VALLEY OF FLOWERS is a National Park. Existing in the backdrop of the exotic Zanskar ranges, this place can be reached by a trek of 17 km from Govindhghat.. It is well known not only because it is a sprawling expanse covered by exotic meadows of flowers but also because it is home to a variety of endangered species. The trek is usually undertaken from late JULY to early SEPTEMBER, after the outbreak of monsoon when the valley is full of flowers, glittering and majestic peaks and crystalline streams. For someone seeking solace in the laps of nature, this richly diverse area is a worthy spectacle to behold.

4. Chadar the Frozen River, Jammu & Kashmir

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The Chadar lake in Leh is a one of its kind trek and one of the most beautiful place for trekking in india… meant especially for someone with a head strong will, strong heart, an undying passion and love for trekking along with a vast amount of experience. The route for this trek had originally been built to connect the villages in Zanskar to Leh. The route is most fascinating in FEBRUARY when a thick layer of ice lays a blanket (“chadar”) on the river. The adrenaline rush of the walk on the shiny ice, the grandeur of the peaks, the hanging icicles  in the path along the narrow valley, bonfires in the caves at night and a landscape that will capture your heart, these are the things that will make this trek the most extraordinary experience of your lifetime. 

5. Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh

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In the state of Andhra Pradesh , in the district of Visakhapatnam, lies the beautiful hill station of Araku valley. Inhabited by various tribes and famous for its scenic beauty, the mesmerizing valley lies in the Eastern Ghats. The hikers can also enjoy tourist spots like Ananthagiri Hills, Bheemunipatnam Beach, Borra Caves, Katiki Falls, Padmapuram Gardens and Tyda Park. Summer is the best time for hiking here. Tunnels , waterfalls, bridges , coffee plantations, lush orchards, rolling gardens make this landscape more alive and a perfect place to relax for a couple of days.

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