The Himalayas have always been the most renowned trekking destination in the world. The reason that makes trekking in Himalayas a one of a kind experience is the rugged peaks capped with snow and wrapped in glaciers which possess a sort of challenge to the trekkers to portray their ingenuity and courage.
The Himalayan range is not restricted to any particular state of the country India; instead it covers a large number of states in the direction from northwest to northeast. The incredible landscape, lush green cover, majestic grandeur and the enticing trails surely make trekking in Himalayas the most adventurous one.
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Ladakh also known as the land of passes is the wonderful location to witness the bewitching beauty of the nature in the most enticing form. Ladakh is celebrated as the highest plateau of the country India, situated at an altitude of 3000 m. The remotest of the mountains located in this region attracts the trekkers from around the world. The mountains spans between the Himalayan range and the Karakoram range.
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The treks in Leh Ladakh region are usually the seasoned treks which look engaging and require the skillful trekkers. The treks vary from easy to difficult ones. The treks such as the Stok Kangri trek, Frozen river Chadar trek, Kang Yatse trek etc. offers an enticing and challenging experience to the trekkers. The stunning landscape ranging from lush green vallyes to barren lands and breathtaking diversity of the mountain treks in Ladakh makes it one of the endearing regions for trekking Himalayas. The treks are the perfect treks to spend one’s resources and some leisure hours.
The trekking trails in Sikkim is tagged as the most challenging and engaging treks located in the north eastern region of India. Sikkim is surrounded by Nepal, Tibet, India and Bhutan. The land offers a number of thrilling locations for trekking in the Himalayas. The trekking locations in this region are blessed with tranquility and peace.
The Mt. Kanchenjunga which is celebrated as the third highest peak of the world is also located in Sikkim. The most popular trek in this region is that of the trail to Kanchenjunga Mountain, which looks stunning and acts as the medium through which one can enjoy a picturesque view of the much applauded Mount Everest.
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The trails of the Sikkim trek are quite engaging and can be used as a right test for the experience as well as stamina of the trekker. The unusual routes of trekking act as the reason for a great demand of Sikkim trekking trails. The opportunities which the trekkers can avail in this region are truly worth appreciating.
The various treks which are found here include the Singalia trek, the most thrilling Dzongri trek and Tosar lake trek. The trekking routes of this region are best explored when the months of either spring or autumn are knocking the door. Thus the preferred months for trekking in Sikkim becomes the months from the month of March to April during spring and the month of September to November during the autumn.
Uttaranchal is the region where many of the highest mountain peaks of the Garhwal hills are located. The region of Uttaranchal is celebrated for the excellent routes of trekking, that offers some of the exotic destinations and some breathtaking visual treats.
While trekking in the region of Uttaranchal, one can avail the opportunity to witness the charm of the nature with a closer eye. The factor of thrill and presence of exuberant sights are the factors which define the trekking in this region.
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There are certain treks in this region which can be covered in a single day, i.e the day treks, while there are other treks which may require a little more time. The various famous trekking routes of Uttaranchal include the famous Valley of flowers trek, Nag Tibba, Ruinsara Tal, Benog Tibba Circuit, Kafni trek, Kalindi Pass and the Kuari Pass trek. The last three treks require a minimum of ten days for completion.
Apart from these the treks which are quoted as extremely difficult include the Nanda Devi trek, Kalindikhal trek and the Kedarnath trek. The beauty of trekking in this region is that the treks which are located here are perceived as a difficult nut to crack, even by an experienced trekker.
The slopes are extremely challenging and it is a must that the trekker needs to be perfectly fit so as negotiate with the slopes. But to provide joy to the novice trekkers, the region is blessed with a number of treks which can be considered as the easy or the moderate treks.
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The region of Himachal Pradesh is considered as an exclusive territory of the Himalayan Mountains. The region is popular for its surreal natural scenery, deep valleys, and splendid local handicrafts. This Indian state is considered as the most mountainous and hilly region of the country.
Located in the lap of the mystic Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is adept in providing a number of enticing trekking routes to the trekkers and other tourists. The regions located around Manali, Chamba, Lahaul and Kullu are the places through which the trekking expedition can be started in this region.
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The engaging treks are formed by the various mountain ranges which include Dhaula Dhar,extreme adventue in Zanskar, Pir Panjal and the Himalayas. The region truly captivates the tourists and the treks which vary in terms of trail provide the thrill of trekking to both the experienced trekkers as well as the first timers. Apart from trekking the other activities which can provide a thrilling experience include hang gliding, skiing, angling, river rafting and adventure activities.By Atish Last updated Jun 05,2014