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Top 10 treks in Himachal Pradesh you must visit

By Asraf - August 10, 2020
Top 10 Treks In Himachal Pradesh You Must Visit

The splendiferous Himalayas keep convincing all of us that Himachal Pradesh is certainly a place where God must be taking a breath every while. Brimmed with snow, the landscapes, temples, and hills glorify the land even more.

Among the whole of India Tourism, the mountains of Himachal Pradesh can be counted as the best place for those who love adventures. From May to October, whenever you get time to trek the hills, take sidewalks along waterfalls, summits or valleys, just check the following list of top 10 treks of Himachal Pradesh.

Triund Trek, Mcleodganj (Easy)

Camping under the stars and a warming bonfire is the best combination to allure on the ranges of Dhauladhar. The scenery that Triund offers worth sightseeing especially at night. This trek of a day journey is popular with the name Little Lhasa as it comprises a huge Tibetan population. If you want to go solo, or with your life partner, it is one of the best trending destinations in India where you can reach here without too much sweat dripping from your body.

Hampta Pass Trek, Manali (Easy to Moderate)

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Brimmed with shepherds and a bunch of trekkers, Hampta Pass Trek got the name from Hampta village that lies in the Pir Panjal Region almost at a height of 14,000 feet. The journey to pass begins from Kullu Manali Valley and then takes you to the peak of Chandra Valley of Lahaul. The oak and walnut trees along your way to trek will add glory to your sight.

Bhrigu Lake Trek, Manali (Easy to Moderate)

If you are a beginner in Trekking In Himachal Pradesh, then Bhrigu Lake Trek is certainly an ideal choice for you. No other trek can take you to the fascinating peak merely in two days than Bhrigu Trek. Also, you must know that this place has been the home to Bhrigu Maharishi and people feel blessed to reach there. Prior to moving, make sure you can trek the steep trails and do not get afraid of them. Apart from that, you must visit this Bhrigu lake before June as it starts freezing in mid of that month.

Kheerganga Trek, Kasol (Easy)

An alluring river, Kheerganga is one of the best travel destinations as it seems like opening the doors to heaven. You will forget the counting of time when you keep passing through the breathtaking views in your way. Eventually, you will be able to cover this 12 km trek in 5 to 6 hours or maximum a day. Trust us, you will fall in love with the beauty of Kheerganga certainly.

Indrahar Pass Trek, Dharmshala (Easy)

Among the trekking routes from Dharmshala, Indrahar Pass trek is one of the most popular places under Himachal Pradesh tourism. It begins from the Kangra Valley and takes you to the Ravi river basin while endowing you with the fascinating beauty of Dhauladhar ranges on your way. The thing that you are going to love the most is the trail comprising snow bridges, snaky streams of mountains, and also, the deodar trees.

Also Read: Places to Visit in Dharmshala

Prashar Lake Trek, Mandi (Moderate)

Unveiling the beauty of Dhauladhar ranges in an extremely different and spectacular way, Prashar Lake trek endows trekkers with 180 degrees views of the Kinnaur and Pir Panjal ranges of mountains. There are two routes to Prashar Lake, one that passes through Jwalpur village and another takes through Baggi village. If you want an easy one, then opt Jwalpur village path and enjoy perfect winter snow trekking there. Or else, you can get a great deal with an online route plannerto make a perfect choice.

Beas Kund Trek, Manali (Easy)

Fortunately, if you are just entering the world of trekking, this 3-days trek to Beas Kund is a perfect choice to make. To enjoy the scenic beauty of the Dhauladhar ranges, you can effortlessly cover this trek of 15 to 17 km in a short period regardless of your age. This trek will take you to one of the best places to visit in India where Beas river originates and it will be worth watching.

Malana Village Trek, Kasol (Easy)

An enchanting walk beginning from Kasol to Malana Village will take you through the narrow winding paths. While cutting the heart of hills, you will complete the 4-km trek to Malana in almost 6 days. You will love the foggy mornings and chilling mountain air that keeps freshening you instead of the tiredness of trekking. If you think you need some guidance in mapping or locating then the AI circuit planner tool can endow you with really amazing packages. Just give it a try and find yourself.

Pin Parvati Pass Trek, Spiti (Difficult)

If you are bored with the easy and moderate treks, then Pin Parvati Pass Trek is an ideal trek for you. While passing through the snowy landscapes, alluring mountain passes, and fascinating meadows, you take almost 9 days to complete this trek. It checks your endurance and stamina but the pleasant journey to trek worth your applied strength. At the peak of this valley, you will witness Buddhist monasteries named Tabo and Ki Gompo where Kullu and Spiti valleys hug each other. Make sure you are mentally prepared before you begin the journey to 16,000 ft. high mountains.

Sar Pass Trek, Kasol (Difficult)

One of the most challenging Himachal Pradesh Trekking Tours, Sar Pass Trek endows the visitors with breathtaking views of Himalayas. The snow-laden mountains and the alluring landscapes make the trek pleasant. Here, you get a trial of deodar and pine trees along with the meadows blooming with vibrant flowers. This trek adds magic to your moments and makes your tour a cheerful one.

After exploring the spectacular landscapes of Himachal Pradesh through these treks, you witness the real beauty of nature. If you want to know about a plethora of holiday places in India then exploring adotrip is the best choice.

About Author:

Stella Wilson is an avid travel blogger currently working with Adotrip. She loves to write first-hand accounts of her travels. Apart from writing, her hobbies include reading and travelling. She has travelled extensively in India and her favorite travel destinations are Jaipur, Goa and Manali.

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