The Himalayas is one of the most famous mountain ranges in the world offers amazing trails to trek on with views that are magnificent destinations that make us admire the beauty of nature all around. Here is a list of some treks in the Himalayas that you might want to go on as you plan your next holiday.
Some think that treks are kind of hard for beginners but the choice of trek more or less decides the kind of experience needed for the trek. Here are a few easy treks that you can choose from if you’re a beginner:
Triund Hill Trek
The Triund Hill trek is one of the popular choices for a 2-day trek starting from McLeodganj in Himachal Pradesh. The trail goes through terrains like forests, pastures, and meadows. It is a good trek for nature lovers since the trail is gorgeous. The trek lasts for a distance of about 9 km from Dharamkot which can be covered in 5 to 6 hours. At the top, a view of the Dhauladhar mountains and Kangra valley is seen. May-June and September- November are the best times to go on this trek.
Chopta Chandrashila trek
The Chopta Chandrashila trek is one of the best beginner-friendly treks up the Garhwal Himalayan Mountains. It usually starts from the Chopta village in Uttarakhand. The duration of the treks is 5 days. The trail offers a panoramic landscape of the Himalayan views. The winter offers a snow-clad valley view. The best time to go on the Chopta Chandrashila trek is from May to November.
Har ki dun trek
This trail is especially famous for being one of the oldest treks in India. The Har ki dun valley is in the shape of a cradle, surrounded by greenery all around. It is in the Govind Ballabh Pant National Park at a height of about 11,675 feet. The trek can be of 5 days. The trail includes a few ancient villages and gorgeous glaciers.
Nag Tibba Trek
The name of this trek translates literally to Serpent’s Peak. It has been named so because of the trail that follows a really jumbled path through dense forests. It passes through villages and camps of the Gujjar tribe. It is near Mussoorie, Uttarakhand. The altitude of the peak is about 3000 meters above sea level. A lot of different birds can be seen throughout. The trek lasts for about 2 days and covers A distance of 9 kilometers. The snowfall is seen during the winter months. The best time to visit Nag Tibba is January- February.
Hampta Pass trek
The Hampta pass trek is one of the treks that is a breathtaking crossover between different landscapes. The best time to visit is around June to September.It is located in Himachal Pradesh and is about 14,000 feet high.
Prashar Lake trek
Surrounded by the Dhauladhar range, Prashar Lake is located in Kullu and is one of the best Himalayan treks. The location of the lake makes the trekking worth it because it is supremely serene. The duration is 2 days and the best time to go would be December to March.
Kuari Pass trek
One of the only trekkable passes in winter for beginners, the Kuari Pass has a perfect floor for snowflakes to be gathered and form a layer. You can see the Dronagiri and the Nanda Devi mountains from the top of the pass as you cross it. It is usually for 4 days and starts from Tapovan near Joshimath, Garhwal region, Uttarakhand.
Kedarkantha trek has a final destination located in Govind Pashu Vihar National Park in Uttarakhand. It lasts for 6 days and is one of the most popular treks in India. This trek offers a good time to visit over a span of 10 months. December to June and September to November months offer different seasons to explore on the trek.
So here’s a list of a few of the treks that a beginner can go on. What are you waiting for?! Get your backpack on and grab onto the adventure ride.