Posted on: January 26, 2021 Posted by: Austin Cooper Comments: 0
tough treks in indian himalayas

1. Brahmatal trek

Altitude: 12,250 ft

Best time to visit: January & February

Due to the mountain views it provides, the Brahmatal trek is among the favorites. It has magnificent woods, two lakes to look forward to and a meadow to cross through. In peak winter, the entire trail is covered under snow, which provides you a mesmeric view.

It has such a fascinating view that beats that of others. You see the white wall of the Trishul massif as you climb out of the beautiful rhododendron and oak forest, which gets closer as you cross the ridge toward Jhandi Peak.

You are almost at the middle of the mountain views at Jhandi Peak. The big Mount Trishul rises to your right and Mt Nanda Ghunti stands to your left and they remain with you throughout the trek.

And,that’s not all. A new range of mountains opens up before you at the highest point of this trek, and you see Mt. Neelkanth, Mt. Hathi Ghoda. All these experiences are here to be won.

2. Chadar trek

Altitude: 11,123 ft. above the sea

Best time to visit: January to March

It is located in Leh and is famous for the blanket of the spreaded ice over the Zanskar River like a shield. This trek can be most enjoyed in winters when the river has frozen and you get a chance to catch a glimpse of rocks under the ice while walking on this route. You will be surrounded by mountains covered with snow and chilling breeze.

This frozen river provides a trail that offers adventure junkies an exhilarating trekking opportunity. The path from Chilling to the scenic Zanskar Valley is covered by this trek. In winter, the scenery provided by the trail of this trek gains a spotless opulence as the trail reaches the gorge of Zanskar.

3. Pin parvati pass trek

Altitude: 5319 metres

Best time to visit: July to September

In Himachal Pradesh, the Pin Parvati Pass is located. This trail offers a path to the Spiti Valley from the Kullu Valley, making it even more popular among travelers.

It makes its way via lush green meadows, narrow valleys and extravagant woods. On your way, you get accompanied by the steady swing of the Parvati River. While witnessing the great landscapes in Kullu, the tour starts by crossing the beautiful Parvati Valley.You will be caught off-guard by the aesthetic experience of rich flora and fauna, along with diversified forests of snowy alpine trees.

In the Parvati Valley in Kheer Ganga, you can encounter hot springs. It serves as the most pristine way to start  your ride to beautiful valleys and grasslands. You can enthral in Odi Thach’s alpine meadows, thick woods near Kheerganga, and glaciers near the pass.

4. Goechala trek

Altitude: 16200 ft. above sea level

Best time to visit: October & November

The trek to Goechala is situated in the area of Sikkim. Before reaching the chilly trail, it takes you through places such as Sachen, Thansing, Tshoka and Dzongri.

It is renowned for its stunning views of mountain peaks, particularly the southwest side of Mount Kanchenjunga. Besides this, you can enjoy a beguiling view of 14 other mountain peaks from Goecha La. Trekkers can walk through rhododendron woods, striking pastures and experience charming streams of water during this trek. This makes this an inimitable experience for the Goecha La trek.

5. Everest base camp

Altitude: 18,200 ft

Best time to visit: March-May & September-December.

Everest Base Camp Trek is located in Nepal. This is One of the most amazing , picturesque and highest mountain treks in the world. You can benefit the aesthetic views of nature drawn by Mother Earth .  In the Sherpa village and Dudh Kosi River Valley, it leads you to the lives and environments of Nepalese people before eventually ascending to the peak of Mount Pumori.

It is renowned for its view of Mount Everest. Also, from this Himalayan hike, you will experience the impressions of Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam and Cho Oyu and the other four of the 10 highest peaks in the country. Over Everest and other Himalayan Peaks, you see the dazzling sunrise and sunset.

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