India is a country where you cannot find the actual scenic wonders created by the almighty in the polluted metropolitan cities or the urban region as the natural beauty is hidden somewhere in the snow-capped mountains, in the crystal cleaned waterfalls, in the green lush meadows, amidst the melodious rivers and definitely up in the clouds. And these all beautiful scenarios can only be visible at one glance if we plan a trip towards some trekking destinations. There are lots of beautiful trekking destinations in India one should visit. Kindly have a look at the real wonders of mother earth where you get a chance to climb and be as close to nature.
The trekking experience in the Himalayan ranges is the best rejuvenating one as you get to witness the most majestic insights of nature. Where the views of Mt. Kanchenjunga offers you divine and panoramic views, the Ladakh trek routes are famous for their longing valleys and high tempered mountains. Along with this, the treks of the Kumaon and Garhwal regions are a mixture of Spirituality and adventure. Trekking is completely an incredible experience in our day to day hectic life and hence here are the most beautiful trekking destinations mentioned below.
- Kedarnath Trek, Uttarakhand.
The 16 kilometres long trek of Kedarnath starts from Sankri village in the Garhwal region of the Himalayan Ranges. The beautiful trekking expedition has three campsites on its route and all the arrangements regarding breakfast, snacks, meal, accommodation, etc can easily be provided. Also, one can comfortably reside at the beautiful campsites after trekking the whole day and can rest for a while before initiating the next expedition. One has to cross the meadows, rivers, waterfalls, somewhere even the remains of the terrific disaster that took place 8 years ago in the year 2013, while trekking through the trail of Kedarnath Trek. You can witness the heartfelt and warm culture adopted by the people of Sankri village.
Before starting the expedition you should keep the below-listed things in mind :
- The people having the heart and breathing problems or any respiratory system issue should consult the doctor first and then he should head towards the journey once the doctor allows.
- Also the heartbeats, pulse rates, sugar level, blood pressure and the complete body checkup need to be done as you are heading towards the area of extremely high altitude.
- Also, you need to be strict in the areas of planning and more specifically in allotting timings as you can only trek between 4 AM to 1-30 PM. After that pilgrims will not be allowed to travel further.
- If you are tired and do not wish to further trek on your own, you can simply book a palki, Kandi and Ponies at their designated booths.
This beautiful trekking expedition from Sankri village to the high raised Kedarnath peak will let you witness some of the beautiful creations of God which can be seen only after visiting there – “The Heaven on Earth ” or “The Devbhoomi ”.
- Chandrakhani Trek, Himachal Pradesh.
The Chandrakhani Pass trek is known for its mythological beliefs and the serenity it spreads in its surroundings. It’s actually the mixture of divinity it owns and the beautiful sights it offers to the visitors. It is approximately at an elevation of 3,600 m above sea level and at an altitude of 12,030 feet, pleasing you with the lifelong experience of spotting the Pir Panjal, Parvati valley, Deo Tibba and Dhauladhar range. The trek originates 21 Km away from Manali at Naggar Settlement. The trekking level is easy to moderate and you can complete your journey within 4-5 days. Best time to visit is between March to October.
- Valley of flower trek, Uttarakhand.
Valley of flower trek is one of India’s most fascinating trek enduring the essence of the long lasting scenic beauty created by the almighty. It has the historical background which says that the Government of India in the year 1980 has created Valley of National Park that eventually in the year 2002 has been recognised as UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. The level of trekking in the valley of flowers is quite moderate and that challenges your endurance. Initiating point is Govindghat from where this Beautiful journey starts. Best time to visit the valley of flowers trek is between July to Mid September.
- Dzongri Trek, Sikhhim
The trekking expedition covering a distance of 21 KM at an altitude of 15,000 feet begins and ends at a common point named Yuksom. If you are falling short of time and still don’t want to miss the Himalayan peaks, you can surely visit the Dzongri Trek of Sikkim. The beautiful sights of Dzongri La peak and Mt. kanchenjunga are right in front of your eyes. Also it introduces you to the Saachen, Tshokha, Bakkhim, crystaled waterfalls, the white and red Rhododendron flowers etc. The trekking level is easy to moderate and the best time to visit is between April to June and October to December.
- Markha Valley, Ladakh
Leh is the initial point of this beautiful expedition taking you through the chilling, Skiu, Sara, Hankar, Nimaling, etc. You will get to know many cultural historic places, forts, temples, monasteries and the tiny hamlets during this 10 days of your trail. After travelling a distance of approx 65 KM at the maximum altitude of 5200 m you get a chance to cross two Cardinal passes popularly known as Ganda La and Kongmaru La. The surreal beauty of K2 Mountain, Stok Kangri, Kang Yatse peaks are so rejuvenating and self healing that you can pour your hearts out there. The trekking level is moderate to difficult and the best time to visit is between July to Mid September.