Trekking in a large country like India can be magical. You can walk through the desert of ice and tropical rainforests, climb the spacious Himalayan peak or run down a vast meadow, all without ever crossing the national border.
There is nothing like finishing a trip to the top and staring at a broad openness. Satisfaction originating from a cup of steaming tea and the simplest tariff (bread and jam for example) can go beyond the most fantasy food, and getting to know the locals always becomes a bonus. And after a heartbreaking struggle involving vertigo and paranoia short bursts, countless scratches and cuts, sweat buckets, and pain and pain, you are bound to feel two things. First, how not you are actually. Second and more importantly, Dawning awareness that life is far more than there is one day to the next day, trying to defeat other mice when competing.
From romantic places to clear lakes and surprising heights, here are 9 of the most famous trekking pathways in India that you must visit at least once in your life. All you need is a pair of lungs, and sturdy shoes.
Kumara Parvatha Trek, Karnataka
The second highest peak (1712 meters) in Kodagu, Kumara Parvatha was the popular peak for the climb. However, a 15-kilometer trip did not run the cake, even though it had offered some beautiful views. The starting point is on the temple road, about a quarter kilometer from the Kuku temple. While water and food are available in Battara Mane (second pitstop), no bathroom. October to February is the best time to travel.
Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand
For those who enjoy a bolder experience, this trip presents the opportunity to see Roopkund’s famous mystery lake. Lake Glacial is also known as Skeleton Lake because of the skeleton at the bottom of the lake. Trekking can take time ranging from a week to 9 days, and the best time to visit is between May and October. This challenging trip requires someone in a decent condition, considering which is located at a high altitude (4,800 mt). There are three trekking routes: Mundoli, Kathgodam, or Lohjang.
Chembra Peak Trek, Kerala
Located 2,100 meters above sea level, Chembra at Wayanad is the highest peak in Kerala. It’s easy to climb, although the initial gradient can prove a little steep. Best to visit during September – February, travel extends across 9 kilometers, and can be easily completed in a day. However, visitors can choose to extend their trips by a few days: a combination of exploring grassy grasslands Wayanad and then living on the edge of the heart-shaped lake (Hridaya Saras) at the top is an experience that must be enjoyed.
Araku Valley Trek, Andhra Pradesh
If you are a beginner trekker with suction for extraordinary coffee, the Araku Valley is located in Viscag that must be visited. It was something from a tourist spot – Cave Borra, the tribal museum, and Catiki waterfall had made it quite popular. Trekker is seriously able to give miss.
Valley Flower Trek, Uttarakhand
Perhaps one of the most beautiful trek in India, the name ‘Flower Valley’ applies: This exotic valley is converted into a colorful kaleidoscope filled with wildflowers such as Zinnias, Petunia, and Flowers Poppy. It also hosts several butterfly species and endangered animals such as mountainous and blue sheep leopards. Climbing is quite challenging (the entire trip can take a week), the 10-kilometer valley is located about 3,600 meters (above sea level), and is ideal to visit between June – September.
Dzongri Trek, West Sikkim
If you have eight days or two weeks, a trip to Dzongri will give you some spectacular views of Mount Kanchenjunga (the third highest peak in the world). Climbing is difficult by any standards, the track starts from Yuksom (a popular base for Mt. Everest Trekkers), and is best done between September to November or April. Dzongri sat at 4,000 meters.
Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra
Benteng Rajmachi, thanks to the efforts of the Maharashtra Tourism Council, developed rapidly as a tourist spot. The beauty of this trekking goal is not just a panoramic view from the fertile rolling hill. It also presents two trekking options, both of which can be completed in one day. There are 15 kilometers away from Lonavala or 2,000 steep climbing feet from the candidate village where someone can also see the condone cave.
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
The beauty of this trip is the number of Ladhaki / Tibetan cultures that appear on the road. Local tribes with yaks make a beautiful arrangement for a multi-color Tibet flag, clear blue sky, and barren soil when you travel along the Marka River through Little Tibet. Set at an altitude of 5,200 meters, the 80-kilometer track is best done in August or September, and can be extended from 10 days to two weeks.
Lamayuru Trek, Ladakh
Playing host to one of the oldest Monasteries in Ladakh, Gompa (built in the 11th century), Lamayuru at more than 5,000 meters held certain mystical attractiveness. This has become one of the more popular treks in Ladakh starting from Zanskar. Located between Kargil and Leh, it is one of the more difficult tracks and takes three weeks to do. Trekking season starts from June to mid-October.
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