Trekking is an activity which helps you to explore the world. A number of mountaineers and trekkers travel every year to explore the best of the treks around the world. Out of these treks, there is certain trek which is considered quite risky. Interestingly, some of them are present in the Himalayas. Given below is the list of treks in the Himalayas that put the dare back in daring.
This trek route connects villages of the Zanskar Valley to Chilling which in past used as a trade route. The trek is opened only during winter. If you want to go there you have to walk on the Zanskar River, which freezes up in January and February. This is near to Leh Ladakh. It is freezing cold and it is quite difficult to finish this trek.
Rupin Pass Trek is a combination of different landscapes which open out at quick intervals during this 7-day trek. The view of the wonderful meadows slowly changes into snow-capped peaks and the awe-inspiring sight of Kinner Kailash Range from the trekking route. His trek provides you with the opportunity to get a sneak peek into the local culture as you pass through several hamlets in Sangla Valley during this trek. It is situated in Himachal Pradesh and is one of the best treks.
This is one of the toughest treks in the Garhwal region which involves steep climb over ice and scree. The trek begins from Harsil in Uttarakhand and ends in Chitkul in Sangla Valley, Himachal Pradesh. The main challenges in the trek are the steep incline and the thin air at altitude. Although, the trail takes you to a great number of majestic walks and villages in the Himalayan region and this trek is also an unbelievable way to understand the altering patterns of culture and landscape in Himachal and Uttarakhand region
Auden's Col is a mountain pass that bonds Jogin I and Gangotri III peaks. The trail begins from the Gangotri and climbs on the first day of Nala Camp, and the trekkers walk throughout the pine and birch forests of Garhwal. The regal sight of Rudragaira Peak, Jogin Peak and Auden Col Pass come into view from a space right from the second day. The hike at the forefront from Rudragaira BC to Khatling Glacier via Auden Col BC is difficult due to the sheer ascent and needs technological gears.
To complete this trek a period of 4 to 5 days of actual trekking is required and the rest of the time you can spend in adapting to the high altitude of the region. The trail begins from Leh and on the first day of trekking, you cross Stok village. After a climb of 8 to 9 hours, the trekkers arrive at the top of the ridge which offers a supernatural view of the Karakoram Range to the north and Zanskar Range present in the South.
Goecha La is a different place which a great number of people want to explore. The trek begins from Yuksom after which there's a steady climb on the trail. Goecha La trek can be your possibility to observe Mt Kanchenjunga from the nearby without climbing it. In the opaque rhododendron forests, scraping fields of Dzongri to the strange Samiti Lake, this trek in Sikkim shows you a purely unique side of the Himalayan region.
Kinnaur Kailash locally called as Kinner Kailash is situated in the Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh. It is a blessed site that has been visited by a number of pilgrims and trekkers every year. An almost 80 ft tall rock is situated at the Kinnaur Kailash Mountain Range that is an objective for trekkers and a holy site for the pilgrims who reach here.
Thus, these are some of the famous Himalayan Treks which actually required a dare to be completed.
Pin Parvati is a walk that presents the best luxury to your eyes that natural world can actually offer. For 11 long days, trekkers cross some of the most eye-catching landscapes in the Himalayan region and observe the change in landscape as they climb each day. It is something phenomenal. The trek begins from Burstein and in the period of 11 days the trail takes you through Kheerganga, Mantalai and Pin Parvati Pass.