7 Himalayas Best Treks You Do

This is the 7 best Treks in the Himalayas this year. Treks are perfect all year rounds, except in monsoon, for beginners such as Dayara Bugyal, Kedarkantha Mukta Top. The Popular Ridge Trek, the Deoband Trek, the Deoriatal Chandrashila, and the Beas Kund trek. Intermediate trekking.


Goal walks between November and April if you wish to hike in the snow. If you wish to go hiking in the spring, watch for the Sandakphu Phalut Trek, Khopra Ridge Trek, and the Goechala Trek in March and April.


  1. Nag Tibba Trek


The Nag Tibba trek is an exciting camp trip from Mussoorie on weekends. You should be on the top of the 2020 trek list if you live in Delhi. The trek starts from Pantwari and goes up to the top of Nag Tibba. Right in front of you, you can see the astonishing sights of Mt Bandarpoonch, Srikanth, and Gangotri. This trek provides an incredible view of sunrise and sunset and a lovely walking area in the woods.


  1. Sainj Valley Trek


A lovely weekend trip in Himachal Pradesh is Sainj Valley Trek. If you live in Delhi, it’s a nice trek to do. It is one of the few treks within the Great National Park of the Himalayas. In winter you can walk in the snow and temperatures go down to about -6 degrees at the night.


You will be reminded of the grasslands you see on this tour. On this trek, you get an outstanding view of the whole valley. The path leads through thick woods with various screaming birds. When the trail opens out of the trees, you get amazing views of the valley of Sainj and the mighty summits around the Glacier Raktisar.


  1. Deoban Weekend Trek


Chakrata is the base camp for the Deoban Tour. Delhi is less than 330 kilometers from Chakrata. The train’s just one night away. The walk is about 15 km. In October, November, and December this is a great weekend trip. Too much snow is available on the trails after December. In March and April, we run the walk after winter.


The Deoband Trek will give in just two days what most of our longer Himalayan Treks offer – a magnificent view of the mountains, a lovely forest area with a wide canopy, never-ending green prairies, and easy access.


  1. Sandakphu Phalut Trek


One of the few treks that you can see on Sandakphu Trekk is Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Makalu, and Mt Kanchenjunga – 4 out of 5 of the world’s tallest mountain ranges. This view is one of the highlights of all the Himalayan Treks, the Sandakphu Treks. This view is also called the Sleeping Buddha – an image in your mind that will remain in the years to come.


The tea houses you will find are a unique feature of this walk. The hotels and restaurants are close, but they are unmistakably different. To taste the comfort of your tea house, you must remain in one.


  1. Mukta Top Trek


A fairly recent Himalayan Trek is the Mukta Top Trek. It is 430 km from Delhi. It is situated. The temperature will drop to -5 during the winter from December to mid-March. The temperature during the summer is about 12-13°C and negative temperatures in the night between March and June. The whole trek is 28 km away.


This trek has beautiful woods, fantastic views of the mountains, and an exciting climb. Another plus is that they are always separated from each other


  1. Brahmatal Trek


The Indiahikes explored and recorded the Brahmatal Trek, as were a number of other treks. Brahmatal Top at 12250 ft is the highest point on this tour. It’s a wonderful walk. New mountain ranges are opening to you, including Mt. Chaukhamba, Mount Neelkanth, Mount Hathi Ghoda, and Mount Trishul, Nanda Ghunti, along the way.


Brahmatal is also a fantastic solo trek. There’s a lot of snow on the trail in December, January, and February. The hiking trails run until early March.


  1. Kedarkantha Trek


One of the first treks that Indiahikes started to organize was the Kedarkantha trek. It has a beautiful climb up to the top and is ideal for any season. At 12 500 ft above sea level with a 360-degree view of other Himalayan peaks, the Kedarkantha peak stands. Indiahikes has been on new and exciting roads to the peak during the year.