Trek for a reason....
Trekking makes your legs stronger, even uplifts your knowledge about the unknown territory. Managing a height of 17,000 ft pass, forded rivers and successfully navigated through unknown terrains, cities seem to be piffling little setback. Trekking is all about challenge and feeling invincible after the end of the day.
- Which trek to take and which not should be your prime motive before embarking on that journey. Trekking is sport that can last lifetime. Plan well and enjoy yourself so that you can enjoy a new and more challenging trail the next time around.
- Check the level of trek that suits your fitness level
- Choose the ideal season
- If children are accompanying you then do check out the pony and porter support
- Look at the number of days it will take
- See whether that is it a first time to trekFinally it will take a good budget you trek for
- Location of the trek and beginning points
- Size of the group
- Backpack or day pack
- Indian Trekking Points
It is full of trails and tracks that connect remote villages spread across ancient trade routes and there is no better way to absorb this place than trekking. Al tough Ladakh is full of trek that are hazardous at 48, 000 m, and many have passes over 3, 000 m, a successful trek at Ladakh requires you to be acclimatise well. Just spend days in Ladakh before you start trekking. Trekking expeditions are arranged by the government at Ladakh for all kinds of visitors. Some of the famous treks at Ladakh are Darcha Lamayuru Trek, Frozen River Trek, Indus Valley Trek, Southern Zanskar Trek, Lamayuru Alchi Trek Lamayuru Martselang Trek, Lamayuru Chilling via Dung-Dung La Ladakh Zanskar Trek
Lamayuru Padum Trek, Ladakh Monastery Trek, Manali Ladakh Trek Spiti To Ladakh Trek, Sham & Indus Valley Trek, Stok Kangri Climb-Markha Trekking, Trans-Zanskar Expedition The Rupshu Valley Trek, The Nubra Valley Trek, Tsomoiri Lake Trek, Zanskar Trek and Wild Ladakh Trek.
One of the best maintained secrets unrevealed to the world is a province in the north- west of the Uttranchal called as Garhwal. This majestic mountains consist of the 5 wonderful districts and each with heights that sends an open challenge to the trekkers. Garhwal is an invincible territory with impregnable domains of archaeological survey and remains of ancient civilizations. Some of the important trekking routes in Garhwal are Chandrashila Summit Trek, Dehradun Mussoorie Trek, Dodi Tal Trek, Gangotri Nandavan Trek, Gangotri Nandavan Trek, Gangotri-Goumukh Trek,
Har Ki Dun Trek, Hemkund Trek, Kauri Pass Trek, Kauri Tapovan Trek, Kedarnath Vasuki Tal Trek, Kempty Trek, Khatling Sahasratal Trek , Kalindikhal Pass Trek , Mussoorie Naqtibba Trek, Nanda Devi Trek , Panch Kedar Trek, Rishikesh Gopeshwar Trek, Rishikesh Gopeshwar Trek, Rishikesh Pauri Binsar Trek , Roop Kund Trek, Snow View Trek, Sources of Ganges Trekking, Trekking In Kedarnath, Valley of Flowers Trekking and Yamunotri Trek .
Sikkim happens to be one state in India that is a splendour by all means. With mountains at a height, lakes, lakes and orchid sanctuaries, pine forests, monasteries and treks hazardous Sikkim is a rare mountainous beauty in India. Some of the famous treks in Sikkim are Darjeeling to Kanchenjunga Trek, Sikkim Darjeeling Trek, Off Beaten Treks Singalila Ridge & Goecha La Trek, Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek, Yuksom To Dzongri & The Goecha La Trek.
Himanchal is blessed with variegated choices like Kullu Valley with alpine meadows & conifer forests on the land of Spiti. Himanchal is landlocked with chain of peaked massifs like Dhaula Dhar, Pir Panjal, Himalayas and Zanskar. Himanchal proves to be the most diverse trekking junction of India with umpteen choices to choose from like Pin Parbati, Kinnar Kailash etc and Mini Mahesh. Another much awaited delight is at Lahul Spiti, Kullu and Kinnaur. You can choose the adumbrations you want to trek to. Some of the famous treks at Himachal is Chandratal Trek, Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Indrahar Pass Trek, Across Charang Valley and Bhaba Pass Trek.