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8 Amazing Treks in India You Will Not Want to Miss; Worth Doing!

1. Chadar Trek

The Chadar trek (also known as Zanskar Trek), is a remarkable experience to indulge in the Himalayan ranges. This trek is over the frozen River Zanskar that becomes a thick sheet of ice during the winters. Make your way over this sheet of ice and manoeuvre narrow ridges. Another important attraction of the region is the Buddhist heritage and religious richness.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Trekking Days: 9 days

Best Season: January

2. Kudremukh Trek

Kudremukh is one of the most popular destinations for trekking in India The hill has a peculiar shape which resembles the face of a horse and hence the name. It is an amazing experience of going through the thick forest, open grasslands with waterfalls and streams running along some trails with good possibility of wildlife sightings.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Trekking Days: 4 days

Best Season: November to February

3. Goecha La trek

Goecha La trek is in the beautiful state of Sikkim in the Himalayan range towards the south east face of Kanchenjunga( the 3rd highest mountain in the world). The trek starts from the erstwhile capital of Sikkim – Yuksom. The route passes through tropical and coniferous woodland and the moist dell are home to a copious array of flora and fauna. The Goechala trek is also one of the most romantic trails the Indian Himalayas has to offer.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Trekking Days: 10 days

Best Time: June to October

4. Dzongri Trek

Among the popular ones, the Dzongri trek ideal for those who do not wish to undertake long and hard trekking journeys. This journey will take through beautiful oak forests, clumps of pine, chestnut, rhododendrons and maple trees. The Dzongri peak is one of the most rewarding places that you can reach after a trek. The activity begins at Yuksam and takes you to Bakkhim and Phedang before you reach Dzongri.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Trekking Days: 5 days

Best Season: September to November, March to April

5. Valley of Flowers Tre

A chanced discovery on a lost path made by British traveler Frank Smith in 1931 resulted in the world welcoming the enchanting Valley Of Flowers. Perched gracefully under the watchful eyes of the towering Himalayan peaks protecting the tranquil environs. With millions of species of wild flowers such as saxifrags, sediams, lilies, poppy, calendular, daisies, geranium, zinnia and petunia, the valley also holds many streams that add on to the natural beauty. The rich bio diversity is also home for several species of butterflies and insects too.

Difficulty Level:

Trekking Days: 6-7 days

Best season: July, August and September

7. Trekking in Sahyadri

Sahyadri Ranges offers numerous ranges of Mountain sports. Best places in Maharashtra for trekking are Mahabaleshwar, Harishchandragad, Bhimashankar, Malshej Ghat, Rajmachi Fort and Tikona fort. Korigad is one of the most interesting places to hiking from Lonavla. Maharashtra also has many religious, pilgrimage and picnic spots. The Ajanta and Alora Caves in Maharashtra should not be missed. Trekking in the Sahyadris has its own charms and photopraphy in rigid is most exciting.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Trekking Days: 3 days

Best Season: Any time – Best in Monsoon and Winters.

8. Chembra Peak Trek

The trekking trail to the Chembra peak passes through beguiling meadows. Situated in the Wayanad district in Kerala, this is where you can seep in the untamed beauty of the Western Ghats. The peak is at an elevation of 6,900 feet and is popular among amateur trekkers. The initial gradient is steep but it becomes easier and gentler as you near the peak.

Difficulty Level: Easy

Trekking Days: 3 days

Best Season: September to February

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