(Last Updated On: December 12, 2017)

Whisk yourself away to celestial wonders for a heady mix of adventure, beauty and thrills. Get to walk on ice, visit the ‘Switzerland of India’, set your sights on snow, make way through green delights and more. Take your pick from the list of 20 Himalayan treks every trekker should take in 2015.

  1. Chadar Trek:

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    Height: 11,123ft
    Duration: 9 Days
    Difficulty Level: Challenging
    Best Season: January to February

    m_Chadar Trek 2

    Well, this trek needs no introduction! Taking place only during the month of Jan-Feb, it is known to be the most enthralling treks in India; it involves trekking over the Frozen Zanskar River in the Zanskar River in Ladakh.

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  2. Chopta Chandrashila:

    m_Chopta Chandrashila 1

    Height: 3925ft
    Duration: 4 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
    Best Season: September to November, January to March

    m_Chopta Chandrashila 2

    Another enthralling trek in the Garhwal Himalayas, this trek originates from Chopta or the ‘Switzerlad of India’. While trailing to the end point of this trek, you will be spellbound by its enchanting beauty, narrow yet fascinating passes, amazing views of the bountiful forests and lot more.

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  3. Deotibba Hampta Pass:

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    Height: 6725ft
    Duration: 5 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: Round the Year (except Monsoons)

    The lofty mountain peaks of Himachal Pradesh make it for and wonderful trekking destination. The Deo Tibba and Hampta Pass trek is one such trek, where you can trek through barren lands, lush valleys, lofty peaks and evergreen patches of oak and walnut forests.

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  4. Dzongri Goecha La:

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    Height: 5,760-14,100ft
    Duration: 13 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging
    Best Season: March to May

    m_Dzongri Goecha La 2

    While talking about treks, Sikkim proves to one of the finest destinations in the country. Originating from Yuksom, this trek follows the Rathong Valley and is considered as the gateway to the mighty Khanchendzonga Peak along with other Himalayan Peaks.

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  5. Everest Base Camp (EBC):

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    Height: 18,523ft
    Duration: 15 Days
    Difficulty Level: Challenging
    Best Season: February to June, September to November

    m_Everest Base Camp (EBC) 2

    The fascinating beauty and charm of the Mt Everest has always attracted trekkers from different corners of the world. On this trek that originates from Kathmandu, Nepal, you will be trekking through the ridges of the Himalayas, captivating glaciers, rhododendron and pine forests and much more!

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  6. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek:

    m_Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 1

    Height: 10,531ft
    Duration: 7 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: January to May, October to December

    m_Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek 2

    Rising around 10,531ft above the sea level, Poon Hill is an astounding place to witness the magical beauty of the sunrise. This 4-5 days originates in the Himalayan Range of Nepal and takes you through the untouched beauty of Nepal and its pristine beauty.

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  7. Hampta Pass

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    Height: 14,100ft
    Duration: 4-5 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
    Best Season: June to September

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    If you are new to trekking, the Hampta Pass Trek is the best one to opt for! Connecting the scenic Lahaul and Kullu valleys, the easy gradient, prismatic views of the glaciers, alpine forests and the mighty Himalayan Range are the key elements beginners take this trek.

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  8. Har ki Dun Trek

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    Height: 11,675ft
    Duration: 7-8 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
    Best Season: March to June, September to November

    m_Har ki Dun Trek 2

    One of the least explored vicinities, the Har Ki Doon Valley is known for its pristine and untouched beauty. Laced with the amazing views of alpine forests, snow-clad peaks, chestnut, walnut, willow and chinar forests, the trek also offers ample of opportunities for bird watching and enjoy the charm of the Garhwal Himalayas.

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  9. Kareri Lake Trek

    Height: 10,863ft
    Duration: 8 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
    Best Season: May to June, September to October

    Also known as the Kumarwah Lake, this high altitude water reservoir is amongst the most stunning lakes in Himachal Pradesh. Adding to its enchanting beauty is the Dhauladhar Range and the pictorial Kangra Valley. In addition to all these, the fact that the lake remains frozen during December to March/April entices trekkers from across the globe.

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  10. Kedar Kantha Trek

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    Height: 12,500ft
    Duration: 7 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy
    Best Season: Round the Year

    m_Kedar Kantha Trek 2

    With easier ascends and gradual descend, the Kedarkantha Trek proves to be an ideal trek for the beginners. Ascending through valleys of the Tons River and the Govind National Park, the trek offers promising views during the winters as the entire valley remains covered with snow.

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  11. Kuari Pass Trek

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    Height: 12,763ft
    Duration: 6 Days
    Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
    Best Season: December to March

    A major trek in the Garhwal Himalayas, the Kuari Pass Trek is an epitome of natural beauty and fascination! Discovered during the British Rule in India by Lord Curzon, the trek offers stunning views of some of the peaks like Kamet, Trishul, Chaukhaba and the Nanda Devi.

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  12. Malana-Chanderkhani Pass

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    Height: 11811ft
    Duration: 5 Days
    Difficulty Level: Challenging
    Best Season: May to November

    An astounding as well as enthralling trek that leads to the Malana settlement, the oldest democracy in the world. With the Chanderkhani Pass as the main highlight, the trek originates from Naggar and is known for its challenging trails, narrow and high altitude passes.

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  13. Markha Valley Trek

    m_Markha Valley trek

    Height: 17,060ft
    Duration: 9 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: June to September

    The Markha Valley Trek takes the trekkers to two of the most high altitude passes in the world: Gandala La and Kongmaru La passes. A treasure trove of natural beauties, the trek is a gateway to discover and explore the surreal beauty of the Markha Valley.

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  14. Pin Parvati Trek

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    Height: 17,450ft
    Duration: 13-17 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate to Strenuous
    Best Season: June to October

    m_Pin Parvati Trek 2

    An alternate passage to the stunning Spiti Valley, this is amongst the oldest treks in the Indian Himalayas. The Pin Parvati Valley, which is also known as the ‘Valley of Gods’, offers a challenging yet fascinating trekking experience.

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  15. Roopkund Trek

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    Height: 16,500ft
    Duration: 7-9 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: May to October

    m_Roopkund Trek 2

    One of the mysterious treks in the Indian Himalayas, Roopkund Trek takes you through dense virgin forests, stunning rivulets, stunning campsites and evergreen meadows. A trek to a high altitude lake, the trails to the final destination of the trek comprises of passes through strewn glaciers, snow-clad peaks and narrow passes.

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  16. Rupin Pass Trek

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    Height: 15,256ft
    Duration: 7-10 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate to Strenuous
    Best Season: May (last week) to June (end), September (mid) to October (end)

    m_Rupin Pass 2
    A trek, where every turns and twists can bring in a set of new surprises, the Rupin Pass trek originates in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. Comprising of gradient as well as steep climbs, trailing through stunning passes, scenic waterfalls and rivers, colourful meadows and other natural marvels, the trek is an experience of a lifetime.

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  17. Stok Kangri Trek

    m_StokKangri Trek 1

    Height: 20,187ft
    Duration: 9 Days
    Difficulty Level: Challenging
    Best Season: July to September

    m_StokKangri Trek 2

    Located gracefully amidst the picturesque valleys of Ladakh, the Stok Kangri Trek is the best for the beginners to get acclimatised with the Indian Himalayas. During the entire 9 days trek, you will be accompanied by stunning views of the Zanskar Range, Indus Valley and Leh.

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  18. Mt. Kanchenjunga Trek

    m_Mt Kanchenjunga Trek 1

    Height: 28,169ft
    Duration: 15 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging
    Best Season: March to June, October to November

    m_Mt Kanchenjunga Trek 2

    Well, for an ardent trekker, what can be more fascinating than hiking to the Mt Kanchenjunga peak? Considered as one of the best treks in the world, this astounding trek start from Yuksom in Sikkim and takes you through some of the challenging passes, trails and forests areas of the Himalayas.

  19. Khatling Glacier Trek

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    Height: 13,779ft
    Duration: 12-14 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: May to October

    Source of the Bhilangana River, the Khatling Glacier is undoubtedly one of the stunning glaciers in the Indian Himalayan Range! On this trek, the trekkers are sure to find some of the best views of snow capped peaks, hanging glaciers, scenic meadows and other natural marvels of the Himalayas.

  20. Panchachuli Base Camp Trek

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    Height: 13,976ft
    Duration: 7-10 Days
    Difficulty Level: Moderate
    Best Season: May to October

    Though moderate in nature, this trek is filled with fun, excitement and enthralment! Originating from the Dharma Valley of Uttarakhand, the trek passes besides the Tibet and Nepal border and takes the trekkers to the Panchachuli Glaicer that is nestled amidst the stunning beauty of the Kumaon region.

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