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Famous Himalayan Treks

Whenever you plan to take a couple days off from work, why not accomplish something else and go on a trekking occasion? Trekking in India is an educational ordeal and as anyone might expect, trekking visits which highlight these courses are mainstream with occasion creators who need to experience India in an odd way.

Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh

The Markha Valley situated in the middle of Zanskar and Ladakh gives trekkers a great prologue to Buddhist impact here. On trekking visits, one gets the chance to see antiquated religious communities, remote towns, high elevation passes, crests like Kangyatse, Nun – Kun and fields like Nimaling. The courses give trekkers a decent perspective of the Himalayas and trekkers need to cross high height goes in the Central Ladakh Valley to be specific Stok La, Kongmaru La and Gandla. The best time to go for this trek is between June – mid October.

Zanskar Valley Trek, Ladakh

The Zanskar Valley which lies between the Greater Himalayas and the Zanskar mountains gives trekkers a chance to get a nearby up of the magnificent scene highlighting piles of different shapes, ice sheets, clear streams and lavish green knolls in the mid year. The valley is likewise acclaimed for the ‘Chadar Trek’ which includes trekking over a solidified Zanskar stream in winter. The test lies in exploring the thin ice and managing to a great degree icy evenings and sunny days. The best time to attempt this trek is between December end to mid-February.

Kuari Pass Trek, Garhwal

Lord Curzon first reached the Kuari Pass on a trekking expedition in 1905 and after that path is called the Curzon Trail. Trekkers get a close view of the eastern peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas, the Gohna Tal Lake and the twin peaks of Nanda Devi. Animals such as the snow leopard, the musk deer and birds are some of the other attractions on this trek. On your trekking holiday, don’t forget to make a trip to Auli which is famed for its skiing slopes. One of the best ways to end this trek is with a rejuvenating bath in the Tapovan hot springs. Go for your trekking tour in May, June or September, October.

Sikkim Kanchenjunga Trek, Sikkim
Sikkim is situated in the Eastern Himalayas and is home to the 3rd highest summit in the world – Mount Kanchenjunga. The most popular route is from Yuksom to the Goecha la Pass which is at the foot of the mountain. On the trek one walks through large forests of rhododendron, orchids and pine besides higher valleys and green meadows where yaks graze. Physically, this trek puts one to the test because the paths include plenty of uphill and downhill walking and is recommended for veterans with prior trekking experience. April – June and September November is the best time for going on this trek.