is a best adventure experience and doing it is in a huge nation like India is magical. You can navigate cold deserts and tropical rain forests, climb the gigantic Himalayan pinnacles, all even without crossing a national outskirt.
Here are some of the top stunning trekking destinations of India you will definitely love. Enjoy the thrilling trekking tours in the states of Uttaranchal, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and some of the states in the North East.
Location – Sikkim Himalayas
Best season of trekking – Mid March to May, September to October
Singalila is the name connected to the mountain range that covers the sacred landscape of Mt. Kachenjunga. It is the world’s third most highest pinnacle. The Singalila Ridge trek is extraordinary compared to other treks in the Sikkim Himalayas.
The trek is most popular for its views of the Greater Himalayan Range. Starting from Darjeeling, the trek goes through the outskirt of India and Nepal and converges into the southern edge of Mt. Kanchenjunga.
Location – West Sikkim Himalayas
Best season of trekking – Mid March to June and September to Mid November
Goecha – La is the most dazzling trek in Sikkim. The course takes you through the Kanchenjunga National Park, covering beautiful tropical coniferous forests and a variety of bright greenery. You can also find different lavish orchids, Himalayan bears, multi-shaded pheasants and other lovely winged animals.
Location – Ladakh Himalaya
Best season of trekking – Mid January to February
The Zanskar frozen river trek is one of the most challenging treks in this region. During summer, Zanskar River is a swift flowing river, but during the winter months, the river freezes down. Zanskar Frozen River Trek has been used by the locals since centuries to go out of the region when passes are closed by the snow during the winter time.
Location – Ladakh Himalaya
Best season of trekking – June to Mid October
Many long and short trekking trails start from Leh-Ladakh district. The Markha valley trek is one of the most popular treks in Ladakh. Stok Kangri, at 6,153 metres, is the highest trekking point of India, which is almost 70% of Mount Everest.
The most challenging part of this trek is the thin air. Most people return from the base camp without even attempting to climb the peak. The most challenging part of this trek is the thin air. Most people return from the base camp without even attempting to climb the peak.
Location – Uttarakhand
Best season of trekking – Mid-May to mid-June and September to Mid October
You can enjoy the natural and lush green beauty of the surroundings with the pleasant breeze that blows all around you, giving a soothing effect to your senses and the nights under the glittering stars is something that overwhelms everyone.Roopkund trek is one of the most famous treks for trekking in the Uttarakhand.