Trekking in India – Unspoiled, Thrillingly Scenic Nature Trek Experience

India offers distinct, awe-inspiring trekking experience. Witness the marvel of Mother Nature unravel before your eyes as you trek through charming valleys, dazzling meadows, bountiful forests, myriad tribes, high altitude mountains and waterfalls. The unique and stunning topography of India lures adventurers from around the world. From the Markha Valley Trek, Chadar Trek in Ladakh, Hampta Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh, Roopkund Trek in Uttarakhand in the north, to the Kudremukh Trek and Kumara Parvata Trek in Karnataka, Chembra Peak Trek in Kerala, Araku Valley Trek in Andhra Pradesh in the South, Siang Valley Trek in Arunachal Pradesh, Goecha La Trek in Sikkim in the East to the Treks in Maharashtra, trekking in India is a trekker’s dream.

The Himalayan Range

The mighty Himalayan range of mountains has some of the world’s highest peaks including Mount Everest, the highest peak on Earth, Mount K2, the second highest and Kanchenjunga. Staggering view of snow covered mountains, deepest gorges, quaint tribal villages in the hills, sacred pilgrimage sites, and dazzling fields of unique flowers are some of the myriad experiences that trekking in Himalayas offer. The vast expanse of mountain ranges sprawling across an area of 4000 Kilometers offers the best opportunity for adventure trekking in India.

With the development in tourism, new ways of experiencing Himalayan trekking are available. Network of lodges ranging from basic to luxury based on the person’s budget have come up in the Everest region, the Annapurna range, the Markha Valley and some of the most popular trekking areas. The best months for trekking in the Himalayas in the K2, some parts of the Karakoram, Kashmir and Hindu Kush are July and August. The Everest and other popular areas enjoy best weather during autumn and are the busiest during that time of the year.

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