Start/End Point: Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand
Start/End Time: 09:000 AM (Day1) & 12:00 PM (Day2)
Camp Location: Leta Village (2.5 km before Triund)
- Triund is the easiest Himalayan trek. With breathtaking views of the Kangra valley and the snow covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is also very picturesque.
- Triund is the ideal destination for those seeking a hassle-free taste of trekking in the Himalayas. The trek can easily be done over a weekend.
- The trail to Triund is short but steep. The steep climb is well-compensated by refreshing walks amongst rhododendron and oak trees. There are also various songbirds in the forests along the trail which make it a birdwatcher’s delight.
About the Triund Trek:
- Get a chance to witness the many small hamlets and stream through the trek to Triund.
- Feast your eyes at the majestic view of the Dhauladhar ranges on one side and Kangra valley on the other
- Enjoy camping at a high summit and the clear night sky under the billions of stars.
- Also, enjoy a small bonfire with your friends and the other trekkers in Alpine tents on double/triple sharing basis.
- Trek through some of the most beautiful forests of alpine and fir, Rhododendron and Oak.
- Get a chance to witness the rare flora and fauna of this region as you continue your Triund trek.
- Also, taste the local cuisine of this region while you head out for the trek to Triund.
Maximum Altitude: 9,432 ft
Difficulty Level: Easy
Electricity: Electricity is available at the campsite
ATM: Mcleodganj is the last point where you will find an ATM
Trekking Gradient: Steep throughout the trail
How to reach the campsite?
You have to report at Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 3 km from Mcleodganj. Many local transports and private cabs are available from Mcleodganj to reach Bhagsu Nag.
Note: If the snow at the top of Triund is beyond the operator's control, the camping for the day will be organized in Dharamkot instead.
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Kedarkantha Trek Highlights:
About the Kedarkantha Trek:
For those of you who are looking for some thrilling adventure then Kedarkantha trek is perfectly made for you. Decorated with a beguiling magnificence of falling snow and bordered with pine trees, The Kedarkantha Peak is a standout amongst the most looked for after snow trekking destinations in India. You will start this trek from Dehradun which is another beautiful destination. The drive to Kedarkantha takes you through Mussoorie, and some of the scenic beauty of the region till you reaches Sankri.
During your trek, you will come across some of the majestic sights of the snow-capped Himalayas, the verdant greenery, lush landscapes, a myriad collection of flora and frozen ponds. As you continue your trek you will also see remote towns where ladies and children are busy taking, bundles of wooden logs, wooden sticks and dry leaves to use them for cooking and set up bonfires at night. Kedarkantha trekking package gives you that perfect trekking experience that you have been long waiting for.
About the Kedarkantha:
In the celestial like the state of Uttarakhand, lies the snowy delight of Kedarkantha trek which is another beautiful trek. Close to the famous Har ki dun valley, this place is lesser visited. Steeped in unsurpassed beauty, over here you find charming villages, vast stretches of meadows, snow paths and magnificent views of the great Himalayas. The people of the region are said to be friendly and follow a unique culture and practice. Uttarakhand, permeating nature’s glory offers a dramatic landscape dotted with lovely lakes, tranquil rivers, mountains and rising Himalayan peaks. This is one trek which should not be missed by the adventure seekers who loves to take some challenges. This trek is an ideal destination for the nature lovers to bask in the prettiness of intact nature and enjoy wonderful and heavenly moments with exhilarating experiences.
Best time to visit Kedarkantha Trek:
The best time to visit the Kedarkantha trek is in the months of December to April. The entire region is covered with sparkling white snow and the base of alpine trees is half-submerged with it. If the snowy mountains attract you then this the best time for you to witness the true beauty of nature. The months of June to September are the monsoon months and one must avoid trekking at this time. The trekking route remains open in the summertime but the beauty in the winter months is truly paradisiacal that makes it the best time to visit Kedarkantha.
Quick Facts About Kedarkantha Trek:
Temperature: Day: 8°C to 15°C and Night: -5°C to 3°C
Kedarkantha Trek Distance: 20 km
Maximum Altitude: 12,500 ft
Kedarkantha Trek Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
Railway Station: Dehradun is the nearest railway station
Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun
Base Camp: Sankri (10 hrs drive from Dehradun)
ATM: Purola has the last ATM point before your trek begins.
Meals during Kedar Kantha Trek:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (vegetarian) are included in the package
Stay during Kedar Kantha Trek:
Tent or Guesthouse stay on triple/quad sharing basis
Standard tents with attached washroom in Sankri
Alpine tents in Juda – ka - Talab
Alpine tents in Base of Kedarkantha
How to reach?
Haridwar has a railway station which is well-connected from all metropolitian cities and nearest airport is Dehradun - Jolly Grant.
Available Group Departures:
March: 16, 23, 28
April: 4, 6, 11, 18, 27
May: 4, 11, 18, 25
About the Everest Base Camp:
With its daunting summit soaring high up above the mountain, trekking in Everest Base camp is definitely the adventure for you. The Everest, one of the most sought after tourist destination in Nepal is known for its incandescent beauty with the magnificent peaks and hills. At an altitude of 29, 035 ft, Everest creates the perfect spot for the trekkers with the vast blue sky in the backdrop. Covered by the snow-capped mountains and the vast greenery, Everest Base Camp trek is one of the dream destinations for the trekkers. And the best thing about this place is that you will be in the midst of the friendliest people.
For a close encounter with the Everest summit, Everest Base Camp trek is the best trek for you. In this trek, you will be trekking to an altitude of 17,600 ft passing through the quaint villages, grassy paths, steep rocks etc. You will be trekking in the trails of the footsteps of legendary adventurers and mountaineer like Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary. Nothing beats the excitement and thrill that holds the travellers on while ascending the Everest and watching it very close.
EBC is a double treat for the nature lovers and the photography enthusiast where you can click some of the best shots. You will be experiencing a lot of snowfalls while you are on the trek. The moment you reach an altitude of 5365 meters you will feel as if you are standing in a globe of a snowball. Catch the first glimpse of the Khumbu icefall during your trek. Not just get a chance to explore the forest, valleys and waterfalls but also, you will get a chance to learn about the culture of the legendary people Sherpas who are known to be Mountain Climbers.
It’s time to take up your adventure to a whole new level. Not just treat yourself to this exciting trek but also learn a lot about the people and cultures of this region. Known for its magnificent beauty with the mountain peaks, glacial moraines and valleys, Everest Base Camp is the one place you wouldn't want to miss this year.
Everest Base Camp Trek Altitude: 18,513 ft
Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty Level: Difficult
Airport: Kathmandu, Nepal
Starting and Ending Point: The trek starts and ends at Kathmandu.
ATM: Namche Bazaar has the last ATM point before your trek begins.
Everest Base Camp Highlights:
- With the high passes and the white misty glaciers, Everest Base Camp trek will give you an experience of a lifetime.
- On this trek, you will trek to the foothills of the Everest, the world’s highest mountain.
- You will be trekking in some of the challenging treks like Kala Pattar, Nangkartshang Peak, and Everest Base Camp.
- Get a chance to explore the amazing beauty of the Katmandu and learn about the people and their culture.
- Visit the ancient Thami and Tengboche monasteries and investigate the beauty of the Sherpa village.
- Also, visit the school established by Sir Edmund Hillary in the mountain village of Khumjung.
Best Time to travel to Everest Base Camp Trek
Travelling to Mount Everest has its on-peak and off-peak seasons. For ordinary tourists, the golden season to take a Mt. Everest tour would be in April, May, early-June, September and October, and early November. At these times of the year, the skies are clearer, with very few days where visibility is even slightly limited.
There are very little rain and snow, and daytime temperatures, while not the hottest in the year, are well above freezing, and quite comfortable for trekking and touring the region. Although, you will still need some warm clothes for the nights, which can still get quite cold.
However, tours to Mount Everest can be arranged at any time of year, given an individuals’ unique preference. As long as you are not a professional mountaineer with a particular time frame to summit the mountain, Everest Base Camp welcomes you whenever you come.
Tips for Everest Base Camp
1) Bring enough money: There are no ATMs in Lukla, so one is advised to carry enough money with them in case of need for an emergency. And even for buying trekking equipments in Kathmandu. It is one of the best and cheapest place to buy the same.
2) Bring your own Tea: Yes, tea is very expensive at the Everest. But getting hot water won’t cost you much. Carry your own tea bags to be used while on the trek.
3) Mentally prepare yourself: As this is not an easy trek, you should prepare yourself mentally for the task that is ahead of you. This means, be prepared for extreme weather conditions, All accommodation on the trek to Everest Base Camp is in small tea houses, run by the local Sherpa people or Mountain Lodges. There are options for showers lower down on the trail, if you decide to use them, however, many people keep clean by using baby wipes and a bowl of warm water each day. The toilet situations can be difficult at times, as in the tea houses they are generally not Western-style toilets, rather just a hole in the ground instead of a toilet bowl.
4) What to Carry: Warm clothes, sunglasses, trekking boots, gloves, trekking stick, woollen caps among other trekking equipments you want to carry. However, the most important thing to bring is a good pair of trekking shoes that you have hiked in previously. Kathmandu is a great place to buy trekking clothes that are both cheap and of decent quality. If you can bring your own sleeping bag otherwise you can rent one for about 500-600 rupees a day.
5) Prepare for extreme weather: If it’s sunny you might be surprised at how warm it can get during the day. Most trekkers wear t-shirts and shorts for the first few days while the elevation is still low. When the sun sets the temperatures to drop quick. Wear a warm hat while sleeping and take a Nalgene bottle filled with hot water and keep it in your sleeping bag to stay warm.
6) Stay Hydrated: Make sure to drink plenty of water while on the trek. Do carry extra water bottles with you at all times.
7) Altitude Headaches: A headache can be one of the first signs of altitude problems. Do carry suitable medications for the same. Small headaches are common and should not stop you from trekking or worry you. However, if it persists or increases, it might be advisable to ascend or even trek down.
8) Avoid the Sun: Taking care of your skin and eyes are important. Sunburns happen much quicker at high elevation so make sure to apply sunscreen a few times a day and wear a hat. Sunglasses are a must-have and if you wear prescription glasses it’s good to come to Nepal with a pair of prescription sunglasses or at least clip-on.
9) Dress in Layers: Layering allows you to easily regulate your body temperature and stay comfortable while trekking. It’s even better if your layers have zippers so that you have even more control of your body temperature.
10) Bring a camera: This trek is one of the most beautiful Himalayan Treks. So much so, that one would want to stop at every step and take pictures to make memories for life.
11) Bring Extra Batteries/Charging Packs: In the cold, your batteries will die much quicker than they do at home. This holds true for basically every kind of electronics you'll be using from phones to cameras to kindles. While some of the tea houses allow you to charge things, they all charge you for it (some more than others). An easy way to avoid this is to bring spare batteries and a portable charger.
About Nag Tibba Trek:
Nag Tibba Trek package is for two days starting from Dehradun after you arrive at the railway station or bus stand and from there, you will be taken to Pantwari and then to Nag Tibba Base Camp. A drive of around 85 kilometres and a trek for 4 kilometres would be needed to reach the base camp. Then waiting for you would be a completely refreshing dinner.
Nag Tibba summit is just 7 kilometres away from the base camp where you will be able to watch the never-ageing beauty of some great peaks like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath, and Gangotri. Nag Tibba temple will also be covered on the second day of the trek. Then the descending route will be different from the ascending one. You will need around 8 kilometres walk trek to reach Pantwari and then a drive to Dehradun which will conclude the tour with some beautiful memories to carry back with you.
About the Nag Tibba:
Nag Tibba trek or the trek to the Serpent’s Peak is a wonderful delight for adventure lovers from all over the world since it showcases the best serenity and exciting trekking routes through thick jungles and meadows. Nag Tibba is extensively located at a distance of about 3022 meters making it an ideal weekend getaway destination, especially for adventure trekking. Many people find this very interesting to refresh themselves from routine boring work life.
Comparatively, it is a less explored trekking route near Mussoorie but with so much to witness and relish. Garhwal Himalayas are the pioneering protector of Nag Tibba and this is the highest peak in the range. The rich flora and fauna in the forests will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keeps trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty for Nag Tibba trekking. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks, and the Doon Valley.
Trek to Nag Tibba is a circular trek which has a different finishing point from the starting point and there is no overlap on the trails you covered once to reach the peak. A contrasting landscape will be visible while you descend down from the summit. Some quaint villages and extremely beautiful Deodar forests will welcome you warmly and they will give you the refreshing atmosphere to make your tiredness go away.
The camping experience offered with this trek would be the additional essence of the trip. Once you get the feeling of staying amidst a perfect space to look at the sky and gaze at the twinkling stars, you will surely come back to relive the moment. Also, Nag Tibba trek is highly recommended for beginners or those with reasonable physical fitness.
Quick Facts About Nag Tibba Trek:
Nag Tibba Temperature: 14 to 22 degrees (days) and 6 to14 degrees (nights) between September and December and 16 to 25 degrees (days) and 8 to 16 degrees (nights) during other months
Nag Tibba Trek distance: 15 km
Maximum Altitude: 9,910 ft.
Starting and Ending Point: The trek to Nag Tibba starts and ends at Dehradun/Delhi depending on the variant you choose.
Nearest Railway Station: Dehradun is the nearest railway station
Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun
ATM: You will find ATM's in Dehradun.
Nag Tibba Trek Difficulty Level: Easy
A minimum number of people required to book this package is 1.
About the Goechala Trek:
You are happily invited to take part in a 10-day Goechala trek to watch the mighty Kanchenjunga closer to your eyes alongside the best Himalayan peaks in the region. The Goechala trek begins with your arrival at Bagdogra Airport or NJP railway station. Yuksom is where you will stay on the first night and from there, the exciting trek to Goechala commences. Teesta River and the uphill drive to cross a bridge in Legship will be an irreplaceable act of happiness. Yuksom to Sachen covering Rathong River, Paha Khola Bridge and lush green forests will be the most happening route of the trek until you reach Tshoka that is undoubtedly beautiful with the presence of Prek Chu River, Viburnum Plantations and many more scenic visuals.
Tshokha to Phedang will take you to experience the cuddling features of thick rhododendron forests whereas Dzongri will be offering you the best views of Koktang, Rathong, Kabru, Kanchenjunga, and Pandim which are the towering peaks in the Himalayas. Thangshing would be waiting for you with multiple prayer flags, chortens, and the abnormally beautiful views of the Pandim Peak along with the gushing sounds of Prek Chu River. Climbing uphill through the moraines, to reach the Samiti Lake and the Zemathang Plateau which are the gateways to Goechala. Capture all the possible moments overwhelmingly beautified by the sights of Kanchenjunga and other major peaks touching the white clouds above and complete your trek on the 11th day after returning to Yuksom and from there to Bagdogra.
The two major things you should do before the start of the trek are making an entry at the police station with submitting a photo identity proof copies and paying the permit fees at the forest check post. Also, the camera charges would be additional but you can get this done with the help of your trek leader by paying the amount.
About the Goechala:
Goecha La is a tiny place located in Sikkim, and Goecha La trek is a dream and desire for hundreds of adventure lovers throughout the country. Entangled amidst vibrant and colorful flora and fauna, it is also the way to the astounding Kanchenjunga National Park to dive into the natural beauty. It is not about Kanchenjunga alone but the combination of other big summits around it makes Goechala Trek an absolute adventure to many and it is a great pleasure to watch these summits from the landscapes filled with exotic flowers and immensely attractive meadows and forests.
To watch the mountains clearly, you should visit Goechala from October to November since the sky will be completely clear during this time and the sunset, as well as sunrise views, would be perfect. But the cold climate that welcoming winter season would be a bit tough but still it is considered to be a suitable time to enjoy the snow-clad peaks without restraints. The altitude Goechala is posing before the trekkers are 4940 meters and that is the best reason for gathering trekkers from all over the world to the small state of Sikkim.
Quick Facts About Goechala Trek:
Goechala Trek distance: 90 Km
Goechala Trek height: 16,200ft
Goechala Tempertaure Range:
April – June: 15 to 22 Degrees (Days); -1 to 7 Degrees (Nights)
September – Nov: 10 to 15 Degrees (Days); -5 to 5 Degrees (Nights)
Goechala Trek Difficulty Level: Difficult
Starting and Ending Point: The trek starts and ends at Yuksom
Railway Station: New Jalpaiguri (NJP) is the nearest railway station, which is 150 km away from Yuksom
Airport: Bagdogra Airport which is 155 km from Yuksom
Base Camp: Yuksom (6-7 hrs drive from Bagdogra Airport/NJP)
ATM: Jorethong which is one the way Yuksom thas the last ATM point before your trek begins.
About the Annapurna:
The host to not one, not two but six massive peaks of the Himalayas – The Annapurna Massif lies in the northern region of Nepal and Annapurna Base Camp trek is a stunning opportunity to relish the giant. While the peaks themselves stretch over 55km, the Annapurna base camp trek brings you within breath-taking distance of the 7,000m high ranges after a trek of few days from Pokhara. Few mountains can boast of the raw beauty that the base camp of Annapurna possesses! It brings you through oak, pine, rhododendron and merrily dancing rice fields to a silvery carpet of snow and capricious slopes of lush valleys. Annapurna range satiates your thirst for adventure with the unending peaks of the mountains right from Pokhara and before the start of the trek itself, you will be able to gain the picturesque beauty of all the mountain peaks. When you reach Ghandruk, the distinct views of Machapuchare, Annapurna South, and other peaks will be possibly seen.
Machapuchare, an important peak in the range is also known as the fish-tailed mountain and protected highly and tourists arrive here in plenty for its exquisite beauty. Natives believe that it is an abode of Lord Shiva. From the base camp of Machapuchare, one can capture the views of Annapurna 1, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli. Moreover, the Annapurna Base Camp is considered to hold a small cluster of lodges that offer the mystical sights of the Annapurna Glacier situated on the opposite side alongside the towering glaciers called Gangapurna, Gandharvachuli, and Machapuchare.
On Annapurna Base Camp trek, you have a wide range of landscapes to be covered and the tricky, long trails that go through the variety of forests filled with rhododendron, fern and bamboo trees. After Sinuwa, while you enter Annapurna Sanctuary, nature becomes dense with seamless forests and greenery. There, oak trees become dominant. The forests coming your way until you reach the Machapuchare Base Camp will have tall grass and tall trees along with some flowering ones as well to make your trails filled with happy smiles.
About the Annapurna Base Camp Trek:
The trail that progresses towards the Annapurna Base Camp is bedecked with scenery and sights of every kind imaginable. Steady and gradual climbs through its dense forests and fertile terrace fields bring us to be amazed by the majestic and upright peaks of the Annapurna Mountains. Nayapul, Ghandruk, Sinuwa, Deurali and the base camp are the spots you will stay overnight during the trek.
Traversing the scenic vistas, over course of nine days you will be engaging yourselves trekking through carpeted ridges and ravines to arrive at Machapuchare Base Camp (3700m) and finally towards the destination of this epic journey, Annapurna Base Camp, and then back to Pokhara.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Highlights:
- Trek to Annapurna Base Camp is classified as a classic tea house trekking expedition since you will be staying in lodges that can accommodate around 25 people and are run by locals.
- This trek is a great opportunity to interact with the local people and know the Buddhist culture prevailing in the villages and taste the local dishes.
- Since the trekking happens around a vast area of Annapurna Conservation Area, you will be able to spot much rare flora and fauna as it is home to 1226 species of plants, 102 mammals, 474 birds, 22 amphibians and so on.
- This is a trek attempted by hundreds of foreigners as well as natives and when it is October, the views become outstanding and the roads will be filled with so many people from all over the world. Experience diversities gets unified by this amazing trek.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Weather Conditions:
Most routes leading to the base camp have little danger by the snow cover but you must be cautious in the spring. At the lower elevations, spring brings joy with multiple flowers but at the top, it will be filled with snow. It is a great time to do trekking during the months of the spring season. Also, since it is located at a great height, weather conditions are really fluctuating but autumn season experience quite a steady weather. Hence it is considered to be the most suitable time to do trekking.
At Pokhara, the day temperature will be between 15°C to20°C in October. Night temperatures will be 0 to 5°C. It will fall to 0°C at Machapuchare Basecamp and Annapurna Base camp. Snow cover will not be there to hinder you in October but if you choose April, then you will likely witness snow near to Machapuchare Base Camp and near ABC.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty:
Annapurna Base Camp Trek has a moderate difficulty as it is located at an elevation of 4,130m above sea level with a total trek distance of 115 KM. Which makes up to 10-20 KM per day but it is still very much attainable. If you have never done a high altitude trek then you must prepare beforehand by watching your diet, exercise. If you have done trekking but not as high as this one then you should work on your determination because it would be more difficult than other treks. And if you are a regular trekker then this should not be as challenging for you as it could be.
Annapurna Base Camp Weather:
Spring: Starting from March to May, spring season has a slightly warmer temperature ranging from 17 °C to 20 °C. But it is still the best time to trek after Autumn as the forests come to life with blooming flowers and green trees. The air is filled with the fragrance of the flowers and the clear sky gives an uninterrupted view of mountains.
Summer: Starting from June to August, the summer season is also known as the rainy season with daily temperature from 18 °C to 25 °C. It is also known as ‘off-season’ as the rain leads to landslides in the lower region and avalanches in the higher reason making it very less preferable season. Though you can still trek in the season if you would have prepared accordingly. Having muddy and slippery routes with unclear sky you will find lesser crowd.
Autumn: September to November is the best season to plan a trek. The temperature starts from 15 °C to 17 °C with rain or snowfall. As the sky will be clear, sunrise and sunsets could be seen perfectly. Though you will find the trail very crowded but the trek is worth doing.
Winter: Starting from December and lasting till February, winter days have temperature from 9 °C to 12 °C, whereas the temperature at night could fall down till -15 °C to -20 °C with foggy morning and unclear sky. Although lower regions are dry but upper regions are covered with a thick layer of snow which requires crampons to hike upon and winter clothes are a must.
Quick Facts About Annapurna Base Camp Trek:
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Duration: 9D/8N
Annapurna Base Camp Temperature: Day: 15°C to 20 °C and Night: 0°C to 5°C
Annapurna Base Camp Altitude: 13,550 ft
Meal Types: Veg Meals
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty Level: Moderate-Difficult
Starting and Ending Point: The trek starts and ends at Pokhara.
Valley of Flowers Trek
The visual pleasure that the Valley of Flowers Trek bestows the visitors with remains a lifetime asset for them. Valley of Flowers Trek is one of the most splendid treks to visit in June, and it is noted for as many as 500 varieties of flowers. This trek can bring you one of the most memorable journeys of your life.
It is located at the foothills of the Himalayas in the Garhwal region. The travellers can witness the mystical valley and the raw beauty of nature. In a nutshell, the Valley of Flowers Trek will present you with a delightful blend of serenity and quest.
Location: Trekkers can start at Haridwar and reach the Valley of Flowers Trek through Govindghat and Ghangaria.
Altitude: 14,400 ft
Duration: 6 daysDifficulty Level: Easy to moderate
Hampta Pass Trek
The Hampta Pass Trek takes the travellers through some of the most splendid villages in Himachal Pradesh. This trek is moderately easy and is ideal for people who long to get an enthralling experience of a high-altitude adventure.
You will come across a number of beautiful valleys on the Hampta pass trek, like Bhalu Ka Ghera and Chika. Besides, the vegetation in this route consists of evergreen forests, and you would like striding your way across the deodars, firs and spruce. The picturesque villages nestled on the way include Jobri and Prerni. Well, you might be lucky to get a glimpse of the melting snow on the trek in some areas.
Location: The route starts from Manali and heads towards Pandu Ropa and moves on to Chikka and Chatru.
Altitude: 14,100 feet
Duration: 5 daysDifficulty Level: Moderate
Har Ki Dun Trek
This trek is known for the dominance of fragrant blossoms growing wild in June. Adventure-seekers can gain an amazing adventure, trekking through Osla to Har Ki Dun. Sankri, a point that enables the travellers to grab the awe-inspiring beauty of the Garhwal Mountains, is nestled at an altitude of 1950 feet. June is the best time to visit the Har Ki Dun Trek and treasure the memories.
Location: Reaching Har Ki Dun involves around 14 Km. ascent from Osla. It lies at the base of the Swargarohini Peak and the trekkers can enjoy the astounding beauty of nature around.
Altitude: 11,675 feet.
Duration: 7 days
Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate
The Roopkund Trek is known for a high-altitude glacier. It remains covered under the snow for most of the time. However, the snow thaws in June and the trek attracts adventure-lovers in great numbers. Also known as the ‘Lake of Skeletons’, this is a popular hub for trekkers, as it has several mythological tales associated with it.
It is in June that the visitors can spot several skeletons (estimated to be five hundred in number) at the bottom of the lake. Keeping these stories apart, it is the vibrant colour of the lake and vegetation that strikes the innermost chord in the travellers’ hearts.
Location: One can reach the Roopkund Trek from Wan, Bagubassa and Bedni Bugyal, or take the route through Lohajung. The latter passes through Didna Village and Ghora Lotani.
Altitude: 16499.3 feet
Duration: 8 daysDifficulty Level: Moderate To Difficult
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About the Chopta Tungnath Trek:
Tungnath trek is short and easy in the Chopta Tungnath trek which runs parallel to the sky-scraping Himalayan Treks. Tunganath is the highest temple of Garwal. During this hiking, one can enjoy a clear view of majestic peaks of Panchchuli, Nanda Devi, Nilkanth and Kedarnath. Chopta gives a picturesque view of the Himalayas. In the early spring, the Rhododendron forest glows red as the flowers bloom.
Your journey for the Chopta Tungnath trekking will start from Haridwar, in Haridwar will visit the famous Mandakini Valley, the river and lake. Then we will visit Chopta, which is surrounded by dense forests. From Chopta, we will start for Tungnath and Chandrashilla Top (Our last destination).
About the Destination:
Tungnath is always the starting point of the Chanadrashila summit trek which possesses a captivating beauty with the help of many deodar and rhododendron forests. Chopta has a myriad collection of pictorial sights to bewitch the visitors which is marvelously engulfed by huge vegetation in spring and summer. During winter it would be appealing to all eyes since the thick cover of snow will be an amusing part of the region.
The summit of the Chandrashilla peak provides a breathtaking 360-degree view. Views, which go far beyond the simple view of mountains.
Quick Facts About Chopta Tungnath Trek:
Temperature: Day: 8°C to 15°C and Night: -5°C to 3°C
Maximum Altitude: 11,154 ft
Chopta to Tungnath Trek Distance: 5 Km
Chopta Tungnath Trek Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
Railway Station: Haridwar is the nearest railway station
Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun
Base Camp: Sari Village (6 hrs drive from Haridwar)
ATM: Last ATM is in Ukhimath, around 13 km before Sari.
About the Brahmatal Trek:
Known as one of the most enchanting treks, the Brahmatal trek is a great winter trek for the nature lovers and adventure seekers. You will start this amazing trek from Kathgodam and make your way through some of the beauty of the region. Upon your arrival in Kathgodam early morning, you will be picked from the railway station or bus stand. You will be traveling for 9 hours to reach Lohajung which is 225 KM away from Kathgodam. By late afternoon, you will reach Lohajung where you will be staying at night in a guest house.
On second day of your Brahmatal trekking tour, you will be trekking from Lohajung to Bekaltal. En route, let your eyes enjoy some awe-inspiring views of Nandaghunti Peak. Trek through the forests of oaks and firs. Conclude the 4-5 hours long trek after you reach Bekaltal. The total distance you cover would be 8 km. On your third day, you will trek from Bekaltal to Brahmatal which is another of most beautiful rail for you. The trails go through a forest and when you reach Telindi top, behold the enchanting views of the mighty Himalayas.
On fourth day of your Brahmatal trekking tour, you will be covering from Khabekhal to Bhramtaal to Daldum. You will be treading along the tricky pathways which go through Chota Jhandidar and Bada Jhandidar. This trail is encircled by a mountain ridge with valleys on both sides. Catch the glimpses of magnificent Himalayan Ranges. Mt. Trishul is very close along with the views of Nandhaghunti. On fifth day of your Brahmatal trekking tour, you will be trekking from Brahmatal to Lohajung and trek through the same route. Then on your last and sixth day, you will take the trail from Lohajung to Kathgodam. The Brahmatal Trekking package is the perfect adventure that you have been long waiting for.
Brahmatal Trek Weather :
- Winters (December-February): This is considered to be the best season for Brahmatal trek. During these cold winter months, daytime temperatures of Brahmatal trek range between 0°C to 2°C. In the night, the temperatures fall to around -5°C to -10°C. The temperature inside the tent is better but can still be freezing at around 10°C.
Meals during Brahmatal Trek:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (vegetarian) are included in the package
Stay during Brahmatal Trek:
How to reach?
Kathgodham has a railway station which is well-connected from all metropolitian cities and nearest airport is Dehradun - Jolly Grant.
This trek can be availed at any day in a month provided the group size is above 4 people.
Start Point/End Point: Mcleodganj - Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand
Start Time/End Time: The trek starts at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends around 02:00 PM on day 3.
About Triund and Laka Glacier:
Triund is the easiest Himalayan trek. With breathtaking views of the Kangra valley and the snow-covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is also very picturesque. The Triund and Laka Glacier trek exhibits stunning nature and offers a spectacular view of the entire Kangra valley.
About the Laka Glacier Trek With Triund:
Triund trek near Mcleodganj has gained vast amounts of popularity in the recent years for the scenic beauty and adventurous nature of the trek. Situated at a height of 9500ft above sea level, the views from the top of the Triund hill will never fail to mesmerize you with the sheer beauty of the entire valley in front of you. With a large number of travelers and adventure lovers trying on the trek, every year, this activity goes the extra mile and takes you to the famous Laka Got glacier, to have some fun and frolic before availing the chance of camping there. You will have a chance to stay in Alpine style tents on triple sharing basis.
Embark on this exciting Laka Glacier Trek expedition and get amazed with the breathtaking view of this region. Start your trek from Mcleodanj early in the morning while exploring the true and unspoiled beauty of nature hidden in the Himalayas till you reach Triund for the camping overnight. Explore the most popular and the perfect route on your trek to Laka Got Glacier, and upon arrival, play with the snow and make a snowman. Don't forget to take pictures. Enjoy the sights of vast green snow-capped capped mountains, while you set up camp here. End your tour by heading back to Mcleod Ganj with lots of memories.
Trekking distance: 13 km
Maximum Altitude:3,200 meters
Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
ATM: Mcleodganji is the last point where you will get ATM.
Group Size- Min 4 people
About the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek:
Kanchenjunga base camp trekking package for 11 days is right at your fingertips to let you marvel the adorning beauty and charisma possessed by the third highest peak in the world. The trek starts at Yuksom, a tiny village in Sikkim and the first trails take you to reach Bakhim. Wait for the jaw-dropping sights of Rathong River, the evergreen fern plantations, orchids, rare birds and reach the Paha Khola Bridge and witness the high altitude waterfall and the swimming pools there. Prek Chu River views are the perks you will obtain on the first day.
Dzongri trek will be the finest part of the whole Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek which will let you move through the Tshoka hamlet and then comes Phedang Pass and showing you the best views of Pandim, Thenchinkhang, Jhuponu mountains. Dzongri will be your clam host for two days. It can offer you the mesmerizing sunset views and later your destination will be Bikhbari and following it would be the focus of your journey that is Khangchendzonga Base Camp. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling conducts some of the advanced mountaineering courses at the camps every year. At the base, you will be able to watch the mystique beauty of Frey's peak, Koktang, Kabur and Rathong.
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek reaches the point of returning to the start after the sixth day of the trek. Bakhim will offer you a free day to enjoy the sights and the reminiscence appear around. Once your reach Yuksom, the majestic Kanchenjunga base camp trek comes to an end with hundreds of beautiful memories.
About the Kanchenjunga:
The Khangchendzonga or Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is considered to be one of the awe-inspiring treks in India. Offering some of the challenging yet delightful trails, this trek is undertaken by trekkers from different parts of the world. While for the non-adventurers this trek might sound difficult and strenuous, for the thrill mongers it is a dream come true. Geographically, Kanchenjunga and other surrounding five massive peaks are together forming the third highest peaks in the world.
They are in the mighty Himalayas located in the small beautiful state of India, Sikkim. Kanchenjunga stands at an elevation of about 8586 meters and covers a large portion of Himalaya which is known to be the Kanchenjunga Himal, around 7000 meters area. The Main, Central and South are the three major sections of the peak and they are all located in touch with the borders of India and Nepal.
Trekking was not allowed here initially and later when explorers started unwinding the trek routes, they could find the hidden treasures like lakes, dense forests, tribal villages, landscapes and rich flora and fauna. The massifs spans across the major boundaries of Nepal, Tibet and India and the fact is that till 1849, Kanchenjunga was considered to be the highest peak in India before the discovery of Everest and K2. The verdant meadows, quaint villages, gleaming mountains, secluded regions, snow-clad summits, gushing rivers and lakes are the prominent attractions lying on the way to the base camp. These are the simple reasons for trekkers to choose this strenuous trek to rejuvenate themselves.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Highlights:
- Embark on this trek to enjoy the panoramic view of the neighbouring mountains - Frey Peak (5830m), Koktang (6,148m), Kabru Peak (7,412 m), Ratong, Chandra Peak and the Kabru Dome (6600m).
- Make use of the chance to meet the local people dwelling in the beautiful villages.
- The third highest mountain in the world offering you the best adventure possible will be in your heart forever and the trek done here is one of the greatest achievement you could get.
-Tour of Sikkim tea garden will be an additional experience which lets you learn about the various kinds of teas and get the chance to return to the magnificent beauty of nature again.
- A monastery tour of Sikkim can also be done to explore the cultural and traditional variations the tiny state holds.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Weather conditions:
Except for monsoon and high winter, every other season is perfect for the trek to the Kanchenjunga Base Camp. During monsoon, the routes will be slippery and also the roads get blocked due to heavy rain. When it is winter, trekking becomes impossible at times due to heavy snowfall and the roads get inaccessible also. During summer that is from May to June, the temperature would come up to 25 degree Celsius during daytime and the same comes to 7 to 15 degree Celsius at night. July to August end or mid-September is the monsoon period and it is better to avoid trekking that time. At Dzongri, during summer, the weather ranges from 7°C to 15°C during the day and at night it is from 3°C to (-2) °C.
Autumn comes by September end and remains till the end of October with a day temperature of around 13 to 20 degree Celsius and night temperature dropping down to 2 degree Celsius maximum. Day temperature at Dzongri this time is from 2 to 7 degree Celsius and at night it will be from 3 to -4 degree Celsius.
Quick Facts About Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek:
Kanchenjunga Temperature: 10 to 15 degrees in the morning and 2 to 5 degrees at night
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking Distance: 90km
Kanchenjunga Height : 17,000ft
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult
Starting and Ending Point: The trek starts and ends at Yuksom
Railway Station: New Jalpaiguri is the nearest railway station to Yuksom
Airport: Bagdogra airport (160 Kms from Yuksom)
Base Camp: Yuksom
Meals during Kasol and Kheerganga Trek:
February: 15 (Filling Fast) ,22,29
About the Sandakphu Trek:
Known as another of the beautiful Himalayan trek Sandakphu Trek is a must do the trek for the adventure seekers and nature lovers. This trek takes after the well known Singalila Ridge, an eye-catching goad of high ground that lies at the southern end of a long peak, which keeps running down from the Kanchendzongha massif and structures the outskirt between Sikkim and Nepal. You will start this fascinating trek from New Jalpaiguri and then reach Manebhanjan from where you will start your trek.
You will start trekking towards Tumling, on your second day which is one of the spectacular peaks of the Singalila Range. On your third day, you will trek to Kalipokhri covering a distance of around 9 km in 5 hours and the pass the Singalila National Park. On your fourth day, you will come across the amazing sight of the Sandakphu Peak, Mt Khanchendzonga, and Mt Everest. Standing tall these peaks will beckon you to stare at it for long. Get a chance to witness the majestic sunrise while during your trek.
On your fifth day, you will start your descending trek from Sandakphu to Srikhola. Keep admiring the beauty of the whole place as you continue trekking. You will also come across the spectacular panoramic views of Nepal Himalayas including Kanchendzongha range, Makalu, Everest, Lhotse, Janu, Chamlang, Baruntse and a host of Sikkim peaks all seen in one stretch. The awesome stroll along the edge is perfect for the learners/beginners, who need to investigate Darjeeling/Sikkim Himalayas. Your trek to Sandakphu will indeed be a lifetime experience.
Located at an altitude of 11,941ft in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, Sandakphu trek is popularly known as a ‘Trekkers Wonderland’. It is the highest region of West Bengal. This 6-day long trek takes you through the journey of Sandakphu through different picturesque locations which are untamed until now. Not just this during your trek catch the glimpse of the Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu along with a diverse range of flora and fauna, contrasting views of snow-clad peaks and evergreen forests.
This trek is considered as the highest trek in West Bengal. The trek route to Sandakphu goes all along the Singalila range and therefore this is also known as Singalila trek. During the trek, you will not only see the famous peaks but also Three Sisters and few other peaks of Nepal, Sikkim, Tibet and Bhutan in one single stretch of snow. Soak in the beauty of the region as you continue your trek and watch the towering peaks touching the sky. The cluster of Kanchenjunga forms the upper body and is popular among the people as The Sleeping Buddha.
Your trek route lies along the border of India and Nepal. There is also the Singalila National Park where one can find a rare species like Red Panda and is a birder’s paradise. You will also find blooming Rhododendrons and Magnolia which will turn the forest with red, pink and white shades during spring and foliage hue during fall. The Sandakphu Trek is definitely the best trek you should try this season.
Sandakphu Trek Highlights:
- Sandakphu Trek is one of the most beautiful treks which will take you through some of the most unknown and unexplored parts of Sikkim and Nepal.
- During the trek, you will come across the Mt Everest the snow peak which is said to bears bequest of the mythical stairway to heaven.
- You will also have the chance to camp under the brilliant night sky and that too with a bonfire.
- Pass through the small streams and witness the beauty of the whole region.
- Stop for a while and meet the friendly locals of villages and learn about their day to day life.
- Get a chance to witness the majestic sunrise on your fourth day.
- You will also find blooming Rhododendrons and Magnolia which will turn the forest with red, pink and white shades during spring and foliage hue during fall.
Sandakphu Temperature: Day: 8°C to 15°C and Night: -5°C to 5°C
Sandakphu Trek Trekking Distance: 47km
Sandakphu Trek Altitude: 11,941ft
Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
Railway Station: New Jalpaiguri (NJP) is the nearest railway station
Airport: Bagdogra Airport
ATM: You can withdraw money at New Jalpaiguri (NJP).
Beas Kund Trek
For beginners, Beas Kund is the perfect Himalayan Treks in June. The trek is noted for the alpine lake sitting at a high altitude, at 3,700 meters. The attraction of the Beas Kund trek lies in the origin of the river Beas.
Besides, travellers can try out paragliding in this area. You can get a crystal-clear view of several majestic peaks, including the Shitidhar, Friendship Peak and Hanuman Tibba. Beautiful meadows of Bakarthach and Dhundi dominate the views. The Beas Kund Glacier lies across the way when you proceed towards Beas Kund. With mushrooms and wild strawberries ornamenting your path, you will love this June trek.
Location: The trek starts off from Solang Nallah and takes you through several meadows.
Altitude: 14,000 ft.
Duration: 6 days
Difficulty Level: Easy to moderate
Stok Kangri Trek
Adventure and beauty come in a perfect mix when you set off to conquer the Stok Kangri Trek. This is among the best Himalayan Treks in June that you should go for. Well, scaling the peak is a challenging task, and it is more difficult than the ones that you have come across on the list so far.
Ascending to the top involves rope climbing, hiking and mountain trekking. Stok Kangri Trek is snowy in the month of June. Bird-watchers will find an extra dose of delight in this route. The monasteries in Ladakh remain one of the key attractions of the trail.
Location: You can approach Stok Kangri Trek from Sumdo. It further heads on to Shang Phu, Shang La and Matho La.
Altitude: 20,100 feet.
Duration: 9 daysDifficulty Level: Difficult
Bhrigu Lake Trek
The Bhrigu Lake Trek welcomes the visitors with extensive patches of snow even in June. As far as the sight perceives above, you can see the altitude mounting. Late in June, you might experience rain in the region, and the blue cover looks marvellous.
The Bhrigu Lake Trek is an easy trek and leads to the Bhrigu Lake, located in the Garhwal Himalayas, in the Kullu Valley. You will enjoy the sight of the seven sister peaks, the Pir Panjal mountains and Hanuman Tibba. Besides, the dense vegetation of oak and cedar add to the mood.
Location: The trek starts at Manali and continues through Gulaba and Rola Kholi, finally taking the trekkers to the lake.
Altitude: 14,000 feet.
Duration: 4 daysDifficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
Prashar Lake Trek
If you are willing to start off your adventures with one of the easy Himalayan Treks in June, try out the Prashar Lake Trek. This is one of the most delightful locations in the Mandi region for spending weekends. The maximum altitude of the trek is around 8,956 feet, which makes it possible to scale it and get back in a few days.
Prashar Lake Trek passes through forests and several gorges, and you will love the sight of the villages that come along the path.
Location: For trekkers, the ideal route is to start off the journey from the Panarsa base camp.
Altitude: 8,956 feet.
Duration: 2 days
Difficulty Level: Easy
The Chanderkhani Trek is located in Himachal Pradesh and takes the trekkers through a fascinating trail. You can get a mesmerizing view of the Pin Parvati and Deo Tibba ranges during the trek. The Chanderkhani Trek covers the amazingly beautiful Kullu Valley.
The trail passes through a forest, known to be the home of several species of birds and animals. It further crosses several small streams and gorges. This can be a bit strenuous for the beginners.
Location: The starting point of this trek is at Naggar. The Chanderkhani Pass is situated at an altitude of 11,811 feet. Then the trail moves forward to the Malana village.
Altitude: 11,970 feet.
Duration: 5 daysDifficulty Level: Moderate
Kashmir Great Lakes Trek
This trek takes the travellers through some of the most spectacular lakes in Kashmir. The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek passes through high mountains like Gadsar and Nichinai. Besides, a number of streams and rivulets cross the path of the trekkers.
The most important attractions remain the lakes in this region, including the Dal Lake, Vishansar Lake, Gangabal Twin Lake, Satsar Lake and the Yamsar Lake. You can see the other peaks shrouded by cloud on this trek. Trees like birch and azure skies dominate the scenery. The temperature in June generally remains around 15 degrees.
Location: You can start from Srinagar and travel through Sonamarg, Shekdur, Nichinai, Gadsar, Satsar and Naranag and follow the trail.
Altitude: 13,800 feet.
Duration: 8 daysDifficulty Level: Moderate
Markha Valley Trek
The Markha Valley is known to be the most popular trek in Ladakh. Besides, this is among the most explored Himalayan Treks in June. The trail runs through several dramatic landscapes. From high mountains to cold desert valleys, you will enjoy the varied landscapes as you march ahead on this trek.
Several Buddhist monasteries dot the trek and it takes the visitors through the Hemis National Park, where they can get a glimpse of the nomadic families, with their cattle. It is an amazing experience to trek the Markha Valley in June.
Location: The trail moves through three passes, the Kongmaru La Pass (5274 m), Stok La Pass (4848 m) and the Gandla Pass (4878 m). Then it moves on to the Markha River Valley.
Altitude: 16,830 feet.
Duration: 9 daysDifficulty Level: Difficult
Indrahar Pass Trek
If you are willing to explore the Himalayan Treks in June, make sure to include the Indrahar Pass Trek in your list. Indrahar Pass Trek offers deep gorges, sparkling falls, forests of deodar trees and tranquil lakes spin a magic that can pamper your senses. The temperature remains pleasant, varying between 12 to 20 degrees during June.
One of the key attractions of the trek is the clear view of several peaks, including Arthur’s Seat and Moon. The Lahesh Cave remains the hub of adventurers for camping. You can visit the Chamba Valley and enjoy the breath-taking views of the Dhauladhar peak.
Location: The route commences off from McLeodganj and moves on through Triund, Lahesh Cave, Triund, Indrahar Pass and reaches the Chamba Village.
Altitude: 14245 feet
Duration: 4 days
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult