Walking is the best way of exploring a place, and trekking is the best way to do so. Trekking will allow you to see the most beautiful views while enjoying the beauty and moments of the surrounding landscapes. It is a fairytale of rivers, forests, and snowfields. India is blessed by the Himalayas’ vastness across the north, covering 2,400 km. This includes seven states and a union territory.
Many trails are easy to conquer for beginners who wish to see the Himalayas. The Himalayas offer a variety of beautiful, easy, and challenging treks. It is like exploring the entire world. Because they are gentle inclines through forests, meadows, and undulating terrains, the trekking trails of Nag Tibba, Dayara Bugyal, Kedarkantha Trek, Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek, Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Tal, and Trek to Valley of Flowers are the best Himalayan treks that you should not miss.
Nag Tibba Trek, A Weekend Trek
Weekend trekking from Mussoorie to Nag Tibba is an excellent choice for beginners. It is approximately 15 km long and can be completed in one day. You can see amazing clearings, forests, and ridge walks as you travel along the trail. Trekkers with no previous experience will find the terrain easy to follow. Nag Tibba Trek main attraction is its summit at 3,022 meters. The views from the summit of the snow-covered Himalayan mountains will amaze you. Trekkers can view the Nag Tibba Peak summit points from Bandarpoonch and Kala Nag.
Dayara Bugyal Trek
Dayara Bugyal Trek offers all the ingredients for a perfect Himalayan trekking experience: beautiful forests, picturesque campsites, ancient villages, and thrilling climbs to the highest peaks. There are also stunning mountain views, alpine meadows, and some of Uttarakhand’s most spectacular Himalayan scenery. In winter, these meadows are covered in snow. This trek is moderately easy and a rare gift.
Dayara Bugyal’s location is what makes it so stunningly beautiful. The meadow can be found at an elevation of more than 10,000 feet. The Greater Himalayan range can be seen from Dayara. You can almost touch the majestic Gangotri mountain peaks, which include Kala Nag, Srikanth, and Jaonli. These mountains are so beautiful that trekkers can spend hours watching the sunset.
The Kedarkantha trek is perfect for all seasons and boasts a spectacular summit climb. The Kedarkantha peak offers a 360-degree panorama of other Himalayan peaks at 12,500 feet. We have found new and exciting routes to the summit over the years.
Kedarkantha is a 6-day trek in Govind Pashu Vihar National Park Uttarakhand (6 when you include the travel days from Dehradun back to the base camp). Kedarkantha is a popular trek in India, loved by both experienced trekkers and beginners.
Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek
Indiahikes offers a 6-day trek called the Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek. This trek is unique because you can see the Himalayan ranges and all major summits in Western and Eastern Uttarakhand.
You can also trek between March and April to walk amongst full-bloomed Rhododendrons because of the many species of birds that you will see along the trail. It is a paradise for birdwatchers. For beginners, Deoriatal Chandrashila is a great choice. Take advantage of this chance.
Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Tal
The Har Ki Dun-Ruinsara Tal Trek brings out the best culture and beauty in the Himalayas. Sandhya, our co-founder, says it is rare to see ancient villages in the Himalayas and breathtakingly beautiful meadows, valleys, and lakes.
Indiahikes has added the Ruinsaratal trek to the Har Ki Dun itinerary, as the Har Ki Dun trek would be incomplete without it.
Ruinsara Tal can be found in total isolation. The Ruinsara Valley is said to have more beauty than the Har Ki Dun valley!
Trek to Valley of Flowers
The Valley of Flowers trek is famous among people who have never climbed the Himalayas. You can see the vast valley when you enter the Valley of Flowers. Here you will see flowers, leaves, and buds of different sizes, shapes, and colors.
One of India’s most popular trekking routes is the Valley of Flowers. Valley Of Flowers is famous for its oldest trek, which is why it is so popular. You will also pass through the Hemkund Sahib, one of the most sacred places for pilgrimage and worship.