INDIA’S TOP BEST TREKS | RECONNECT WITH NATURE

  1. The Brahmatal Trek is a 6-day trek in the Himalayas.

Level of difficulty: Moderate

Uttarakhand is a state in India.

The best time to go on the Brahmatal Trek is between September and April.

12,250 feet above sea level

The Brahmatal Top, at 12,250 feet, is the highest point on this journey. It’s a wonderful journey. Mt Chaukhamba, Mt Neelkanth, Mt Hathi Ghoda, Mt Trishul, and Mt Nanda Ghunti are just a few of the mountains that will greet you on your journey.

Brahmatal is also a fantastic solo hike. The route is covered in snow in December, January, and February. The journey is scheduled to go until the end of April.

  1. Dayara Bugyal

Trek is a 6-day trek.

Level of difficulty: Easy – Moderate

Uttarakhand is a state in India.

When is the best time to go on the trek? September – June

1,827 feet above sea level

Dayara Bugyal offers everything a proper Himalayan trip should have: gorgeous woods, lovely campsites, old towns, exhilarating climbs to high peaks, breathtaking mountain views, and a handful of Uttarakhand’s outstanding alpine meadows. In the winter, these meadows are entirely covered in snow. All of this in an easy-moderate hike– a rare treat.

  1. Sandakphu Phalut Trek

Level of difficulty: Moderate

West Bengal is a state in India.

The best time to visit Sandakphu Phalut is from September to April.

11,950 feet above sea level

The Sandakphu Phalut trip is one of the rare hikes where you may see Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Makalu, and Mt Kanchenjunga, four of the world’s highest mountains. The Sandakphu hikes stand out among other Himalayan treks because of this vista. You can also view the Kanchenjunga range, as well as other Himalayan ranges, including the Sleeping Buddha, a vision that will stay with you for years.

The tea houses you will come across are a distinctive aspect of this journey. They resemble each other.

  1. Kashmir Great Lakes trek | 7 days | Jammu and Kashmir

Would you wish to watch snow flakes falling from the mountains into the lovely lake? Its is exactly what you’ll be seeing on the Great Lakes Trek in Kashmir. Not only that, but white icebergs float on the lake’s surface, making the lake much more beautiful. Walking along the beaches, which are covered with beautiful green grassland, is a relaxing experience. The Kashmir Great Lake Trip is a 7-day trek that takes you through some of the most captivating and magnificent vistas of seven high-altitude alpine lakes, entrancing meadows, the highest pass at 13750 feet, Gadsar Pass, and wild horses.

Shitkadi is the starting point.

Kishansar and Harmukh peaks are highlights.

13800 feet above sea level

Moderate to Difficult Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

72 kilometres total distance

  1.  GoechaLa, Sikkim

The GoechaLa climb, which reaches a height of 16,207 feet, provides a closer look at Mt. Kanchenjunga, the world’s third tallest mountain. It’s a dream come true for hundreds of explorers. Bounded by amazing vegetation and fauna that are so vibrant and colourful that they quickly brighten one’s mood. The GoechaLa pass hike is a cluster of huge peaks that provide an unforgettable experience. The trail leads to the world-famous Kanchenjunga National Park, where tourists may reconnect with nature and re-energize their senses. The finest months to see the mountains are April and May. The sunset and sunrise views may be caught because the sky is clear at this time.

Level : Difficult.

Best season: April-May, September-December.

Seasoned hikers marvel at the magnificent vistas of Goechala’s massive mountains. With flowing rivers, snowy meadows, and a jaw-dropping dawn, this trip offers the perfect blend of challenge and beauty. It’s one of those adventures when you’ll get a surge of excitement while hiking down steep paths. Goechala will enchant you with its lush slopes, lush forests, and lovely orchards. The view of Kanchenjunga mountain from Dzongri summit is one of the trek’s highlights.

Yuksom, Sikkim is the starting point.

Kanchenjunga, Rotang, Pandim, Kabru, Tenzinkhay, Jupono, Simro, Kumbakarana, and others are among the highlights.

15200 feet above sea level

Moderate to Difficult Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

April to June; September to October are the best months to visit.

90 kilometres total distance

May I hope you enjoyed the blog and after that you would like to enjoy the live trekking experience.

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