Trekking In India

With its unique landscapes, India promises a thrilling and memorable trekking experience. Every region of the country offers something distinct when it comes to trekking, be it the northern, southern or central region.

When it comes to adventure activities, India has much to offer. The country is truly blessed with mountain ranges, great trekking trails, varied landscapes and alluring valleys. A combination of all these assures an exciting trekking experience. Trekkers get an opportunity to walk through those rugged routes, pass beautiful lakes and cross those high mountain ranges. Trekking in India makes you tread through those beautiful meadows, thick green forests, enthralling waterfalls, sparking rivers, in order to take you closer to nature. The beauty of nature leaves you spellbound.

Undoubtedly, the northern and eastern regions hold a stronger position when it comes to adventure sports like trekking. Regions like Chamba, Ladakh, Leh, Zanskar, Yuksam, Lahaul-Spiti, Sikkim, Manali, Kullu, Kangara, Darjeeling, Garhwal and Kumaon offer a great opportunity to the trekkers where they can enjoy spectacular views of the raw and untouched beauty of India. On their trekking tour around India, trekkers also get to explore the rich flora and fauna of the country. Some popular treks of North India include the Markha Valley Trek (Ladakh), Chadar Trek (Ladakh), Roopkund Trek (Uttarakhand) and Hampta Pass Trek (Himachal Pradesh).

Trekkers can choose their trek type from the different treks available on the scale of difficulty which range from easy to moderate and difficult. Trekkers can make a choice as per their capability and experience.

Coming to other trekking regions of India, we surely cannot miss South India, which is well-known for its hilly terrains, exotic wildlife and coffee plantation. South India allures tourists from all over the world with beautiful trekking locations like Coorg, Munnar, Periyar, Nilgiri and Paithalmala. Some popular treks of North East India are Goecha La Trek (Sikkim), Dzongri Trek (Sikkim) and Sandakphu Trek (West Bengal).

Other regions of India also offer a riveting trekking experience to trekkers. Some popular treks include Ratangad Trek (Maharashtra), Rajmachi Trek (Maharashtra), Beas Kund Trek (Himachal Pradesh), Valley of Flowers (Uttarakhand), Great Lakes Trek (Kashmir), Pangarchulla Peak Trek via Kuari Pass (Auli), Rupin Pass Trek (Garhwal) and Chanderkhani Pass Trek (Himachal Pradesh).

It is time you pick up a trek and embark on a journey which leaves you thrilled with the treasures of nature. Get ready to explore the scenic beauty of India with a trek tour. 

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