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Women Only Treks in Himalayas

Himalayas Women Only Treks Packages

Duration Price
Valley of Flowers Trek with Hemkund Sahib, Uttarakhand6 days & 5 nights
INR 6,500

Brahmatal Trek, Hampta Pass Trek, Kedarkantha Trek, Har Ki Dun Trek, Rupin Pass Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Dayara Bugyal Trek, Valley Of Flowers Trek, Kedarnath yatra Trek, Deoriatal-Chandrashila Trek, Kareri Lake Trek, Bhrigu Lake Trek, Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek, Gidara Bugyal Trek, Goechala Trek, Triund Trek, Nag Tibba Trek, Kuari Pass Trek, Kheerganga Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and many more.

Thrillophilia offers exclusive women-only treks in the Himalayas to celebrate the spirit of female trekking lovers. In the heart of these majestic mountains, we offer a range of carefully curated treks like the Kedarkantha Trek and Brahmatal Trek.

Our Himalayan women-only treks provide a unique opportunity to connect with fellow female trekkers while discovering the breathtaking landscapes and diverse trails. From the Kuari Pass Trek to the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, each trek offers a memorable journey. Hampta Pass Trek, Deoriatal - Chandrashila Trek and Kedarnath Yatra Trek are some of the other famous and worth considering treks in the Himalayas.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, our diverse range of women-only trek tours in the Himalayas cater to all skill levels. Beginners can opt for the Valley of Flowers Trek, while advanced treks can go on challenging Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek. If you are looking for a moderate-level trek, you can go on a Rupin Pass Trek with your female friends. 

Besides trekking experiences, Thrillophilia’s women treks in the Himalayas prioritise the safety and comfort of all its female travellers. With experienced guides and well-planned itineraries, all our treks allow you to challenge your limits amidst the beauty of the Himalayas.

Here are some of the best women only treks in Himalayas:

1. Nag Tibba Trek- Nag Tibba Trek is a 4-day trek to the highest peak in the Lower Himalayas. One of the Himalayan women-only treks, it allows you to visit the Nag Devta Temple at the summit.

Difficulty Level:  Moderate

Duration: 4 days 

Maximum Altitude: 10,498 feet 

2. Kheerganga Trek- Kheerganga Trek is another 4-day journey to 10,000 feet. It takes you through the Parvati River, pine and oak forests, and waterfalls to reach the summit. 

Difficulty Level: Easy

Duration: 3 days

Maximum Altitude: 10,000 feet

3. Triund Trek- Triund Trek is a 2-day trek that treats you to beautiful views of the Dhauladhar Ranges. It leads you through oak and rhododendron forests to witness the Kangra Valley. Sunset is a breathtaking sight to see on this trek.

Difficulty Level: Easy 

Duration: 2 days

Maximum Altitude: 9350 feet

4. Kareri Lake Trek- Kareri Lake Trek is one of the 3-day women only trek tours in the Himalayas. It is also an ideal journey for nature lovers and photographers. This trek treats you to green meadows and exotic flowers before reaching Kareri Lake.

Difficulty Level:  Moderate - Difficult

Duration: 3 days 

Maximum Altitude: 9650 feet

5. Bhrigu Lake Trek- Bhrigu Lake is a 4-day trekking journey to reach 14,100 feet. It allows you to enjoy scenic views of Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, and Hanuman Tibba.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Duration: 4 days

Maximum Altitude: 14,100 feet

6. Kedarkantha Trek- Kedarkantha Trek is one of the ideal women only treks in the Himalayas. It is a beginner-friendly trek through Juda-ka-talab and steep climbs to Kedarkantha base camp.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Duration: 5 days

Maximum Altitude: 12,500 feet

7. Everest Base Camp Trek- It is a challenging 14-day women only trek to the highest mountain base camp in the world. This trek allows you to pass through Namche, Tengboche, and Dingboche. You can witness spectacular Everest views after ascending Kala Pathar.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Duration: 12 days 

Maximum Altitude: 18,513 feet

8. Annapurna Base Camp Trek- This is actually one of the ideal women-only treks in the Himalayas suitable to take up in summers. Starting from Pokhara, it provides distinct views of Machapuchare and Annapurna South from the summit. 

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Duration: 9 days

Maximum Altitude: 13,550 feet

9. Goechala Trek- Goechala La Trek is a window to Mount Kanchenjunga at 16,200 feet. Starting from Yuksom, it passes through Sachen and Dzongri before reaching the Goecha La Pass.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Duration: 10 days

Maximum Altitude: 16,200 feet

10. Har Ki Dun Trek- Har Ki Dun Trek is a 7-day women only trek, covering a distance of 46 kilometres. It takes you through alpine meadows, Taluka, and Osla until you reach Har Ki Dun and Jaundhar Glacier.

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Duration: 7 days

Maximum Altitude: 12,000 feet

11. Dayara Bugyal Trek- Dayara Bugyal Trek is a beautiful 4-day autumn trek with clear skies and warm temperatures. It allows you to witness colourful forests, vast meadows, and tall Mount Bandarpooch.

Difficulty Level: Easy - Moderate

Duration: 4 days 

Maximum Altitude: 12,000 feet

12. Deoriatal - Chandrashila Trek- Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek is one of the women only treks in Himalayas ideal for taking up during autumn season. It provides stunning mountain views of Chaukhamba Massif and Kedarnath during the autumn season.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Duration: 6 days

Maximum Altitude: 12,083 feet

13. Sandakphu Trek- Sandakphu Trek offers crisp views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga peaks. It is a paradise for wildlife lovers as they get a chance to spot red pandas during the trek.

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Duration: 6 days 

Maximum Altitude: 11,930 feet

14. Kuari Pass Trek- Kuari Pass Trek is another one among the Himalayan women only treks that shows gorgeous views of forests and meadows during autumn. It provides closeness to Mount Nanda Devi, Dronagiri, and Hathi Parbat.

Difficulty Level: Easy - Moderate

Duration: 6 days 

Maximum Altitude: 12,516 feet

15. Gidara Bugyal Trek- Gidara Bugyal Trek is a high-altitude trek that offer views of pristine landscapes. It is a rare trek with less human presence to provide you with solitude in the heart of the Himalayas.

Difficulty Level: Moderate - Difficult

Duration: 6 days

Maximum Altitude: 12,780 feet

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Himalayas Women Only Treks FAQs

What is the best trek for women to do in the Himalayas?

Brahmatal Trek is one of the best women-only treks in the Himalayas. It offers a safe and picturesque trek through Lohajung village, Bekal Tal, and Brahma Tal summit. This route allows you to walk for 8 kilometres daily to reach the summit. Throughout this trek, you can enjoy colourful flowers and green oak trees. You can also witness the stunning views of Mount Nanda Ghunti.

Which is the best time for trekking in the Himalayas?

Trekking in the Himalayas can be enjoyed throughout the year. The best time depends on your interests and preferences. Summertime is great for all kinds of treks, including Hampta Pass and Beas Kund. On the contrary, winter treks like Chadar Trek are perfect for people looking forward to witnessing snow-covered peaks. 

What level of fitness is needed for women-only treks in the Himalayas?

A good level of fitness is required for undertaking women’s treks in the Himalayas. You should have a satisfactory level of cardiovascular fitness to walk for several hours a day. It is also essential to have strong leg muscles to support the weight of your backpack and other belongings. You should also acclimatize properly to reduce the chances of mountain sickness.

Is it safe to trek alone in the Himalayas?

Yes, it is safe to trek along in the Himalayas if you plan well and take the necessary precautions. However, trekking with a partner or in a group is more fun and adventurous. If you are looking for women-only treks in Himalayas, it is advisable to opt for short treks. This way, you can enjoy the peaceful natural beauty of the mountains while being prepared.

Are night stays available for trekking in the Himalayas?

Yes, night stays are available for trekking in the Himalayas. You can opt for tents, guesthouses, lodges, homestays, or tree houses. If you are travelling with your friends, you can also choose sharing tents for maximum comfort. However, it is advisable to check the availability of these stay options from your trek operator. 

Is trekking in the Himalayas safe for female travellers?

Yes, it is completely safe for female travellers to trek in the Himalayas as long as they take the necessary precautions. You should also research the area and opt for a reputable travel company. It is also recommended to let someone in your family know of your travel plans. If you are still susceptible, you can go on women-only trek tours in the Himalayas. 

What are the things need to carry while trekking in the Himalayas?

1. Essentials- For trekking in the Himalayas, you must carry a comfortable pair of shoes and a 50 to 60-litre backpack.

2. Accessories- You must also carry accessories like sunglasses, gloves, a headlamp, woolen caps, and rainwear. A trekking pole and socks are some of the other accessories to bring for treks in the Himalayas.

3. Documents- An original and photocopy of a government photo identity card are mandatory. You must also bring a medical and disclaimer certificate signed by a doctor for trekking in the Himalayas. 

4. Medical Kit- Some of the important items in a medical kit include Diamox, Dolo 650, Digene, Avomine, Combiflam and ORS. 

Himalayas Women Only Treks Reviews

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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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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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Sri Bhavani
Reviewed: 16 Aug 2022
4.0/5
Trek was well planned. Stay was good. All inclusions were delivered at the right time. As a complimentary service with just extra 500 rupees, we were taken to Badrinath and mana Village too in the last day. Overall it was amazing trip and with no doubts will choose thrillophilia for sure.
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Aakash Prakash
Reviewed: 17 Jul 2022
5.0/5
Had a wonderful experience at VoF and Hemkund Sahib. VoF definitely lives upto its fame. Hemkund Sahib is really challenging physically demanding to do an up and down trek the same day. We covered these treks on July 10-11 of 2022. I have read that mid July to early Aug is the best time to visit , b... Read More
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Yoshita Yoshita
Reviewed: 27 Sep 2022
5.0/5
It was my first trek and it changed my life. Met some amazing people, saw some amazing views, drank from local waterfalls and streams. The team leader was great support and helped me out throughout my journey, motivated me to keep smiling and moving on. The assisting team was also very kind and help... Read More
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Anjana Dutta
Reviewed: 23 Jul 2022
5.0/5
It was an experience of a life time . Every step we took was difficult but made easy due to the friends we made &  the support of the staff Sooraj , Pankaj and team. I thank each one from the bottom of my heart and looking forward to bonding again. A big thank you to Anmol from Thrillophilia who kep... Read More
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