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Trekking in India
 

India proudly beholds the most glorious crown to its north - the Himalayas. It is the greatest mountain range in Asia that captivates many attentions for its spiritual, religious and adventurous reasons. Himalayas have world’s tallest mountains, towering more than five miles above the sea level.

The Himalayas invite the enthusiastic sporty beings to enjoy  trekking options at different locations. The areas like Garhwal, Kumaon, Ladakh, Himachal and Sikkim are some of the most fascinating locations ideal for trekking achievements.

 

Most Popular Treks in Indian Himalaya Famous Trekking Trails of Indian Himalaya The beautiful facets of an Incredible India resonate in her ethereal topography and megalithic mountains that mock on your paltry existence. The Indian side of Himalayas proudly lives up to its hype and offers a bounty of some of the best trekking destinations in the world.

A trek to the coveted Stok-Kangri
 Expedition often attracts locking visitors with its glamour of being the highest itinerary summit in India at 6153mts [20080 ft.] and a view of the northern most point of Himalayas.

The Shivling summit off Gangotri
 valley taunts humanity at +6000 meters and even the non- believers are known to rejoice in this vertical heaven where horizon spells out the pristine glaciers and every stone reverberates with the existence of Lord Shiva himself.

Chadar Trek 
is again a one of its kind pre-historic passage in to infinite ice, sprawling across the frozen Zanskar River. Purple mountains that turn to Scarlet without prior notice will flash you by on this trip where more than the climbing skills, nature will test your wits against the chill as this trek can only be done in the winter months of January - February.

Types of Treks in India The expeditions may be rated between easy to moderate and difficult levels of trekking and vary as per the geological nature and vertical character of the unique Indian Terrains.Treks in Indian HimalayasEasy Treks: They turn out to be immensely popular family treks and corporate getaways. The trek to the ‘Valley of Flowers’ is an endless terrain of colours and exotic flowers and the scenic Mani Mahesh Kailash trek are often termed as one of the places to see before you die and are relatively easier climbs.


Moderate Treks: 
They are recommended for adventure lovers, as these trails require a certain level of experience and expertise. The tough routed Sathopanth Tal Trek, where glacial lakes are galore en-route is one such climb. Garhwal like the rest of Northern India offers a wide choice of easy to medium treks for every adventure palette.

Difficult Treks: 
Such tracks are best suited for an experienced climber (who has undertaken high altitude trekking), owing to the cumbersome nature of the trek. The Nanda Devi East Base Camp in Kumaon region and Junglam trek in Ladakh are few examples that fit this category due to their treacherous hike.

Sonamarg Trekking 

Sonamarg is the staging point for some of the most popular treks in the higher altitudes. A pleasant one day excursion from Sonamarg is to the Thajiwas glacier, 8 km away, and approachable by a pony over a well maintained track. The most popular trek originating from Sonamarg is the Kashmir Lake Trek. It covers the lakes of Gangabal, Vishansar, Kishansar, and close to the Harrnukh peak. The trail first crosses the Nichinai Pass (13 ,387 ft) and then enters the alpine valleys that eventually lead to the Gangabal Lake. Vishansar, Vishnu's Lake, is just over 12,000 ft and slightly larger than the 12,500 ft Kishansar, Krishna's Lake. Gangabal lake is the highlight of this trip. Protected by the three peaks of Mount Harrnukh, Gangabal is 5 miles in circumference and offers the finest trout fishing anywere in Kashmir

Thajiwas trekking

The Thajiwas trekking can be done in 6 days starting with Thajiwas glacier and moving ahead covering Nichnai and then Vishnasar to Krishansar Lake and then to Gadsar to Poshpatri and finally to Gangabal Lake. The day by day trek plan is as follows -

An important point should be considered before planning for Thajiwas trekking tour. Since this is a hardcore 6 days trekking and night is to be spent in tents so trekkers should first get their routine medical check-up before picking up for this adventurous trek. It could get difficult for a person having diabetic, BP problem, asthma or any other health problem. Moreover some initial training for staying in a tent and living on your own in some hard conditions along with basic initiative health related information should be there with the trekker.

Pahalgam Trekking Route

One of the famous trekking routes is towards the Kolahoi glacier via Aru. And also on the way to Amarnath cave up till Sonamarg can be trekked. The equipments required for camping are very easily available in Pahalgam. Another popular trekking route is from Sonamarg to Pahalgam and also routes towards Chandanwari and Sheshnag lake can be used for treks. Pahalgam is the base camp for several excursions and expeditions like Kolahari glacier, Sonamarg, Amarnath cave, Sheshnag and much more.
Although there are several routes for trekking, the most preferable route is the one to Kolahoi glacier. Tourists most often travel via this route while trekking. One should carry the camping equipments and tent along, as there are hardly any hotels. On the first day of trekking the route is from Pahalgam to Aru which is a village on the banks of a river known as Lidder. On the second day it is the Lidderwat. Third day includes walking up to the lake and then back to Lidderwat. And on the fourth day you can walk back to Pahalgam.

 
 
 
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