6 Best Places to Trek in India

The feeling of packing your bags and going into the woods for a rendezvous with nature and also yourself is unmatched, isn’t it? Trekking has gained so much popularity in India in recent years dueto the inherent thrill and adventure it brings along. The experience of a solitary trek in the mountains might just be the life changing, one you were always waiting for.

List of the six best treks in India

1. Chadar Trek, Leh chadar-trekArguably, there will be no list of best Indian treks without the Chadar Trek in it. With very low temperature and the fact that the trek is situated over the frozen Zanskar River, this is one of the most exciting high altitude treks in the world. This remarkable experience starts at Chilling and continues till Lingshed. The Buddhist heritage and richness in culture add to the majestic experience that Chadar is.  2. Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka kudremukhDeriving its name from two Kannada words meaning Horse Face as the hill there resembles the same; Kudremukh is one of the most popular trekking destinations in India. Offering a gentle start that gets challenging towards the end, this is one trek both the professionals and novices can enjoy. The better fact is that it can be completed in a day! One day, and a lifetime of memories isn’t bad, eh? 😉  3. Siang Valley Trek, Arunachal Pradesh Siang Valley Trek, Arunachal PradeshHow can the pristine valleys of North-East stay behind when it comes to getting lost in the beauty of the woods, right? Take the Siang Valley Trek to explore this region with a punch of thrilling adventure! This trek starts in the town of Dibrugarh in Assam and might just be a bit long for travellers who are new to trekking, but these days will offer you sights that will not be forgotten soon.  4. Dzongri Trek, Sikkim Dzongri Trek, SikkimOne reward every trekker expects after a trek in a view from the top that’s so beautiful, it takes the tiredness away in a second. Dzongri Trek in Sikkim provides you just that. Situated at an altitude of 4000 metres, it is an ideal trek for people who do not want to take long and tiring trekking journeys. So, pack your bags and plunge into this valley of oaks, pine, rhododendrons and maple.  5. Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh Markha Valley Trek, LadakhOne of the best rewards that Ladakh offers, the Markha Valley Trek, is one that will enthral you no end. A region that remains covered in snow for most of the winters, the beauty, pristineness and serenity of this place will make your experience an exciting one. And as the snow falls, you enter into a whole new world, the myriad colours presenting a picturesque setting.  6. Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand Roopkund Trek, UttarakhandOne of the most visited trekking routes in India, Roopkund makes you meet the Himalayas in a whole new extent of closeness. From lush green forests to towering peaks and clear streams, this is one trek that will astonish you with the marvels of nature. Starting at an elevation of 8,300 feet, this trek will take you through some of the most beautiful places you will ever see.
I am Shahil Shah, a traveler and blogger! I bring stories from the places for you to cherish the experiences of my travel. Stay tuned!"



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