6 best treks in India that should not be missed

It is the time when thick layers of snow start to shred off for the real beauty to come out of hibernation. Summers the time valleys go green again and livelihood comes to its normalcy. It gives the adventure lovers the chance to walk the trails they could not last season. With the warmer rays of sun, it opens the door of different expedition opportunities for voyagers. When you travel into little colder region during summers it is altogether a unique experience. Everything has a sound that touches the heart. The sound of birds chirping to blooming of colorful flowers and the sound of running streams liberate every bit of your soul.

To those who are frequent travelers know the pleasure to overcome the challenges in wilderness. It is the sense of accomplishment it inhibits once you are done with the whole trip.

Know the places that that can be explored and add them to your travel diaries are:

Roopkund Trek

A mesmerizing lake settled aesthetically between the mountains makes it one of the pleasing trek spots. The glacial lake located at an altitude of approximately 4,800 meters in the Chamoli district of Garhwal. Accompanied with Pindar River the trek is dressed in lush greenery makes serene incomplete word to define the beauty. Known for one of the mysterious places the lake has presence of five hundred human skeletons at the edge. With an added benefit to be closer to hill stations like Nainital and Kathgodam, visit ice covered lake during summer to have best mysterious experience. Share your mysterious experience in the comment box.

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Rupin Pass Trek

Only few places you visit deserve the tag of ‘tranquility at its best’. Situated at the altitude of 15, 250 ft in Himachal Pradesh, Rupin Pass trek has unique scenic beauty to offer at every twist. The trail is made of rocks and wooden bridges and expanse of green meadows. The trek starts from a village named Dhuala and ends at Sangla city. With Rupin river along with the trail gives the advantage to camp alongside with striking natural visual.

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Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir aka heaven placed on earth is not an exaggeration to the beauty it holds. One of the gifts the city has is Kashmir great lakes trek. Every step of the trek is walking inside paradise. Whole trek is filled with soothing meadows. Best time to do the trek is during summers when its colorful flowers are the ornaments and it fragrance is the perfume to hypnotize anyone who visits. The trek starts right after 3 kms from Sonmarg and after crossing number of meadows you will reach Shekdur, the only campsite with trees on the trek. Once you cross the Nichnai pass it will be followed by first lake, Vishansar lake. Surrounded by gigantic mountains the lake has the most captivating view.

Explorers who are ready to take risks for sheer pleasure of adventure Goechala should be the next visit. Located at the height of 16, 2017 ft it is the base camp for the world’s third highest mountain, Kanchenjunga. The elegance the mountain holds is mind-blowing. Things that you should not miss is the sunrise from the range giving the gehrua feel at the top, in addition do not miss the sleeping Buddha view from Dzongri top. The fact about view from Goechala is an absolute delight that government officials were moved to have the print of the same on the 100 Rs note.

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Gomukh Tapovan Trek

Feeling a little religious? Gomukh Tapovan Trek could just be the perfect combination of religious feeling and adventure involved. The trek is not associated with the beauty but more of the eccentric experiences. Starting point of the trek is from Gangotri, passing through Gangotri National Park providing sights of alluring Bhagirathi sister peaks, Mansa Peak, Bhrigu Parbat and many more. Gomukh is the end of Gangotri Glacier which looks like a cow’s mouth.This is said to be the place where lot of sadhus do the meditation while for the explorers its more of a base camp to Mount Shivling expedition.

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Bhrigu Lake Trek 

Bhrigu lake trek one of the stunning high altitude glacial lake. Located in upper Kullu Valley on the eastern side of the famous Rohtang pass in Himachal Pradesh. The trek only requires 4 days which can easily be covered on some long weekend off.  Based at the altitude of 14, 000 ft the trek offers stunning view of the snow covered mountains. At Bhrigu Lake the view is worth every penny you have. Be it the Seven Sisters Peaks or outstretched PirPanjal ranges they all have breath-taking views.

 

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