This trek is quite a beautiful one as you can spot an abundance of greenery, a high altitude lake, moderate grade, and almost a 360-degree view from the top. Its simply amazing and you cannot miss on to that. You will even spot glaciers on the way. You cannot expect a lot of crowds there as it's not that famous but it's amazing. Spider wall is a must see there that makes Kedar Taal a high adrenaline option.
Bali Pass is a non-famous trek which has a number of exciting challenges and undulating beauty. The ever-changing scenery and trails of the trek will make you feel on cloud nine. There is a lot of snow in the monsoons that need scientific equipment to climb the pass. The descent of Bali Pass will give even the most knowledgeable of trekkers a heart-in-your-mouth feeling. You also see the views of Swargarohini and Bandarpunch by close quarters. The trails are rich in flora-fauna.
Pangarchulla Peak shares its trails with Kuari Pass and if you plan to visit it in the month of April and May, you will definitely need some technical equipment to climb the peak. If you have never climbed a peak before, make this one your maiden. Pangarchulla Peak gives a great opportunity for trekkers looking for a sensible peak climb practice.
Both of them are present in the same region of Himachal Pradesh and even Deo Tibba base camp matches the standards of Hampta with a much higher escapade proportion. What makes this trek more unique is the snowclad views of Mt. Deo Tibba, Indrasan Peak, and Inderkilla. Base camp of the Deo Tibba mountain peak is a thrilling place because of the sheer potential it showcases. You can have the great view of the amazing peak which looks so cool. It's a stunning sight to look at and if you are worried of missing out on Chandratal Lake, there is a Mini Chandratal on Deo Tibba too, so you can have actually a better trip then Hampta Pass.
The Panwali Kantha Trek gives you rarest views of a complete range of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath mountain peaks which you cannot even experience at Kedarkantha. On this trek it, not just one, but SEVEN sprawling meadows on this trek all laden with snow. It is also admired for its stunning sunsets and Blue Himalayan Goat which is an uncommon sight.
Thus to conclude these are the five uncommon treks which are simply amazing.