A beautiful snowy delight for the mod as well as the eye is said to be Kedarkantha Trek at a celestial state of Uttarakhand in the north of India. This trekking spot is very close to another trek known as the Har Ki Dun, a land that is less explored. Charming villages, snowy paths, meadows which are stretched out in a large scape, tranquil rivers, snowy trails with patches of green found here and there, beautiful lakes, unsurpassed beauty of nature, rich forests, and also the magnificent Himalayas view. The locals of this valley are said to be warm and friendly and believe in some unique cultural backgrounds.
Valley of Flowers Trek
The Valley of Flowers is located at the Zanskar point of the Western and Eastern Himalayas. This trekking spot is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which makes it a popular trekking destination for all seasons. It’s said that this place is home to a large number of endangered and rare species of flowers. They have more than 300 kinds of flowers in their valley. This place turns into a beautiful and colorful blanket of flowers which almost covers the whole area with the same. There are also a lot of butterflies that come to accompany and enjoy these flowers. Not only rear flora they also have some rare fauna namely the Himalayan bear, Himalayan mouse hare, blue sheep, snow leopard, and Musk deer. This is a perfect paradise for trekkers who love bird watching. Along with the flora and fauna, they also have some waterfalls, springs, rocky boulders which are some of the other highlights of this place. The valley of flowers trek is an easy to moderate trek which can be taken up by beginners as well as experts.
Beas Kund Trek
At an altitude of about 16,240 ft lies the Beas Kund Trek in the Himalayan region. It is said to be an easy to moderate trek which can be completed within 4 days. Hindus consider this place to be a holy one as this place consists of a temple that is devoted to Lord Hanuman. Some of the fun and adventurous part of this trek begins from the Mount Hanuman Tibba. This spot is said to be perfect for all age group trekkers. It is said that mid of May to mid of October is a perfect time to take up this trek.
Har Ki Dun Trek
Fateh Parvat, the Majestic peak is said to be the base for this trek, which is at a height of about 3556 m above sea level. This trek takes you through the amazing alpine forests which have the most extraordinary views with mountain ranges all around. This trek spot is in the shape of a cradle and offers a wide range of experiences from bird watching to the most beautiful nature’s composition. You also get to enjoy the views of the magnificent mountains of Garhwal which is at Sankri village before reaching the trails to the village of Taluka. This place has vast, beautiful meadows and also some scented aroma of flowers.
Hampta Pass Trek
Hampta Pass Trek is said to be one of the best trekking spots in the Himalayas, north of India. It is an easy to moderate trekking experience which can be completed in a span of 4 to 5 days. This place has some of the scenic views from the valley of Lahaul to the valley of Kullu and also those alpine forests, views of the glacier are said to be prismatic, an easy gradient and also the huge mountain ranges of the Himalayas are some of the factors that the beginners would love this place. June to September is the perfect time to take up this trekking experience.
Kuari Pass Trek
The Kuari Pass trek is a perfect blend of both fascinations as well as the epitome of the beauty of nature. It is an easy to moderate trekking experience which can be completed in a span of about 5 days to 6 days. This trekking spot is at a height of about 12,763 feet above sea level. Kuari Pass is said to be discovered by Lord Curzon during the English rule in our country. Trekkers get to experience not only nature at its best but some amazing peaks such as the Trishul peak, the Kamet peak, the Nanda Devi Peak, and also the Chakhaba peak.