When it comes to trekking in India, visitors will be spoilt for choice. From the arduous terrain of Ladakh to the more tame ones in Himachal and Uttarakhand, there really is something for everyone. Trekking is a common activity in all major hillstations but for specialised tours, it’s good to know about the various routes to choose from. Here are some of the best locations and routes for trekking in India.
Trekking in Ladakh
Without debate it can be said that offer some of the most scenic landscapes to its visitors. Trekking fans with all levels of endurances can find great trekking routes in Ladakh. They range from the easiest 5-day Sham Trekking Tour to the renowned Trans Zanskar Expedition, which can last up to 27 days. Snow-capped mountains, Buddhist monasteries, trekking, rafting and breathless views are highlights of trekking in Ladakh.
Trekking in Uttarakhand
Treks to Badrinath-Kedarnath are some of the best in the country. Other than their religious significance, these majestic snow-clad mountains are a delight for avid trekkers. From the easy Har ki Doon trekking route to difficult Kalindikhal Pass trekking routes.
Trekking in Himachal Pradesh
Home of the most renowned hillstations, Himachal offers a lot of popular trekking routes to visitors. The 21-day Kugti Pass trek is the longest of them all and includes Mcleodganj, Keylong and Manali. For shorter trips, which last around a week, one can opt to stay mainly in Dharamshala-Mcleodganj.
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