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Monsoon Treks in Himalayas

Himalayas Monsoon Treks Packages

Duration Price
Valley of Flowers Trek with Hemkund Sahib, Uttarakhand6 days & 5 nights
INR 6,500
Tarsar Marsar Trek, Jammu and Kashmir6 days
INR 16,499
Bhrigu Lake Trek, Manali4 days & 3 nights
INR 5,299
Stok Kangri Trek, Ladakh9 days & 8 nights
INR 18,500
Beas Kund Trek, Manali4 days & 3 nights
INR 5,299
Triund Trek, Mcleodganj2 days & 1 night
INR 999
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh9 days & 8 nights
INR 25,500
Indrahar Pass Trek, Mcleodganj4 days & 3 nights
INR 6,499
Hampta Pass Trek, Manali5 days & 4 nights
INR 7,500

Valley of Flowers Trek, Hampta Pass Trek, Beas Kund Trek, Kashmir Great Lakes Trek, Tarsar Marsar Trek, Bhrigu Lake Trek, Stok Kangri Trek, Triund Trek, Indrahar Pass Trek, Markha Valley Trek and many more.

Get ready for a life-changing experience as you undertake Thrillophilia’s monsoon treks in Himalayas. Each of the journeys promises an adrenaline rush, breathtaking vistas, and the best off-beat adventure. As the monsoon arrives the Himalayan trails undergo a dramatic transformation and bring you face-to-face with the rugged form of nature. Many Himalayan monsoon treks like the Valley of Flower Trek and Triund Trek give you a chance to immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of nature and unveil the cultural treasures of the region. Beas Kund Trek transverses through beautiful landscapes and gives you a chance to travel to the Beas River’s source.

Discover high-altitude lakes and capture a 360° panorama of rolling meadows and wild, rugged mountains by undertaking the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. Another fantastic trekking option during monsoon is the Tarsar Marsar Trek which takes you through Kashmir’s beautiful valleys. You can traverse Bhrigu Lake Trek’s rugged terrains to satiate your wanderlust and test your inner abilities as you trek through Stok Kangri.

Triund Trek rewards you with panoramic views of the Kangra Valley and Dhauladhar range while Indrahar Pass Trek allows you to have a thrilling escapade. Your Monsoon trek tours in Himalayas will be incomplete without the Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh’s most popular trek famed for its untouched beauty. Book your next trekking expedition in the Himalayas with Thrillophilia to have a hassle free and safe journey. 

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Himalayas Monsoon Treks FAQs

What is the best time to trek in the Himalayas?

June to September (Monsoon) is the best time to undertake monsoon treks in Himalayas as the dense forests, terraced fields, and hills become verdant due to the heavy rain. However, you need to be cautious while trekking in this season as the trails become slippery and there are chances of landslides.

What are the best treks to do in August in the Himalayas?

1. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek: Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is one of the best monsoon treks in Himalayas traversing through diverse landscapes such as high mountain passes and alpine meadows. You’re treated to the breathtaking vistas of the crystal-clear alpine lakes during the trekking expedition.

2. Beas Kund Trek: Beas Kund Trek is a moderate difficulty level trek that takes you to the source of the Beas River. During monsoon, the trail comes alive with gurgling streams, blooming wildflowers, and vibrant meadows.

3. Valley of Flowers Trek: Your monsoon trek tours in Himalayas won’t be complete if you do not hike to the Valley of Flowers. In August you’re treated with the views of rare flowers like Himalayan Blue Poppy and Brahma Kamal.

4. Tarsar Marsar Trek: Tarsar Marsar Trek offers a rewarding adventure to the trekkers in August as the lakes are at their fullest and the entire region gets transformed into a lush green paradise. During this trekking expedition in August, you can see the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda Rivers descend to the lower plains. 

Is it safe to trek in the Himalayas during monsoon?

Yes, it is safe to trek in the Himalayas during monsoon if you take proper precautions and do careful planning. Choose monsoon Himalayas treks that are not prone to landslides and flash floods. Always carry proper gear like sturdy hiking boots and waterproof clothing to protect yourself from rain. You can also go hiking in a group during monsoon to deal with emergencies in a better way.

What is the average temperature in the Himalayas during Monsoon?

The average temperature in the Himalayas during monsoon can range anywhere around 10°C to 25°C in lower elevations and 5°C to 15°C in higher altitudes. The temperature can vary depending on the trek you’re undertaking, elevation, and time of the day.

How do we prepare ourselves for monsoon treks in the Himalayas?

If you’re undertaking monsoon treks in Himalayas, you must invest in good quality rain gear and opt for waterproof hiking boots. Pack moisture-wicking, quick-drying clothing that is ideal for layering. In some regions, leeches can be there during this season so you should carry leech socks or salt to deter them.

Which is the best monsoon trek in the Himalayas?

Valley of Flowers is the best monsoon trek in the Himalayas as during this season you can see a vibrant display of alpine flowers in the region. During your monsoon trek tours in Himalayas to the Valley of Flowers, you’ll witness milky-white streams, unique flora and fauna, and snow-capped peaks.

What is the difficulty level of the Stok Kangri Trek?

The Stok Kangri Trek is a challenging trek with harsh weather conditions and lots of ascents and descents. It is the highest trekkable summit that tests your willpower and stamina. You should undertake this trek only if you’re an experienced trekker and have a good fitness level. A good level of muscle strength is also needed to reach the summit of the Stok Kangri.

What are the most difficult treks in the Himalayas?

Here are some of the best Difficult treks in Himalayas:

1. Stok Kangri Trek: Situated at 20,000 feet height from the sea, Stok Kangri is one of the most challenging monsoon treks in Himalayas. During the trekking expedition, you have to face inconsistent weather, high altitude, and lots of ascents and descents.

2. Goecha La Trek: Goecha La Trek is one of the most difficult monsoon Himalayas treks that takes you to an altitude of 16,207 ft. From there, you can have a view of the Kanchenjunga Mountain, the world’s third highest peak.

3. Markha Valley Trek: Markha Valley is a physically demanding trek that involves ascending to high altitudes and hiking through steep ascents and descents. You may have to walk over slippery areas and narrow ridges during the trekking expedition.

4. Chadar Trek: The icy cold temperatures and rugged terrains make Chadar Trek one of the most difficult Himalayan monsoon treks. As you undertake this trek, you get to walk on the frozen river of Zanskar which is not an ordinary feat.

What are the best summer treks in the Himalayas?

Here are some of the best Summer Treks in Himalayas:

1. Hampta Pass Trek: Hampta Pass Trek is one of the best summer treks in the Himalayas as the sky is clear and the weather is perfect for outdoor exploration. In summer, you’re treated to surreal views of the cascading waterfalls and lush green meadows.

2. Goechala Trek: Goechala is a fantastic summer trek with moderate weather, clear views and less slippery conditions. In Summer, the trails are filled with beautiful rhododendron flowers making the region look like a heavenly paradise. 

3. Har Ki Dun Trek: Another trek perfect for summer exploration is the Har Ki Dun Trek, a 7 day round trail that allows you to explore the rich flora and fauna, scenic valleys and mythological stories. In summer snow melts in lower reaches, allowing vibrant floral bloom.

4. Indrahar Pass Trek: Indrahar Pass Trek offers trekkers clear visibility and optimal hiking conditions during the summer season. Since the trails are free from snow during summer they become accessible and safer for trekkers.

What type of shoes are required for trekking in the Himalayas?

Sturdy hiking boots are the best for undertaking monsoon treks in the Himalayas as they keep your legs, ankles, and feet well protected. Your trekking shoes should offer a good grip to prevent ankle injuries. Use quick-drying socks to reduce the chance of blisters.

Himalayas Monsoon Treks Reviews

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Taksheel
Reviewed: 04 Jul 2022
5.0/5
Hello there My trek experience with you guys was totally amazing. It was all worth and the guide, stay and food are totally amazing!! Totally loved the experience. You guys made my first ever solo trip unforgettable.
Taksheel
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Umesh Joshi
Reviewed: 05 Oct 2017
5.0/5
First, I would like to say thank you to shyam@thrillophilia.com for their coordination and cooperation by writing my thrillophilia reviews.The trip was well planned and executed extremely well by the tour operators, I am very happy with the services provided by thrillophilia during this trek. 1)... Read More
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Rishabh Sethia
Reviewed: 05 Jul 2022
5.0/5
The whole trek was full of adventure and Amazing views, Going to Spiti from Manali by trekking was surreal experience. We saw amazing views it includes green valley , lush green mountains and then snow covered mountains and Rocky terrain .. witnessing snowfall at top was something incredible in mon... Read More
Rishabh Sethia
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Hemanth
Reviewed: 12 Jul 2018
5.0/5
This was my maiden trek and I am glad I chose Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Saheb. I carried home tonnes of great memories from the trip that I will cherish for my life. Serene Nature, Splendid weather, a great company of cousins, new friends we made and the team who lead the trek made a perfect mix... Read More
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Bishal Hazarika
Reviewed: 14 Nov 2018
4.0/5
"One amazing experience. Every nature lover must opt for this trek. Breathtaking views and absolutely bliss."
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Siddharth Tiwari Siddharth Tiwari
Reviewed: 22 Aug 2019
4.0/5
The trek was amazing. I had heard about this trek from many people and when I actually went for it, I got to know why it's so popular. The pick up from Haridwar was punctual, but we reached Govindghat a bit late because of bad roads. Next day, we started to Ghangharia and the view was spectacular. ... Read More
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