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What You Should Know More About Trekking in Delhi
Delhi is not only famous for its buildings and historical sites but there are also some amazing trekking trails near Delhi for a perfect adventur outing.
If you’re a trekker at heart then the Himalayas is your dream come true. With lofty and picturesque mountain ranges, there are multiple routes for trekking in the Himalayas. It truly is a breathtaking and challenging experience that will last you a lifetime.
Here is a small list of places you could visit for a trek during your weekend from Delhi:
Manali has got some famous treks which are one of the most desired treks in India.
The Valley of flowers trek is like no other situated in the region of Uttarakhand. You will be trekking between valleys of wild flowers and species of flowers that is hard to see elsewhere.
It is an absolute treat to nature lovers. It takes about 6 days to complete this trek!
Uttarakhand, a state crossing the northern Himalayas, has numerous beautiful treks to experience. These are the famous places for trekking in Uttarakhand:
This “Land of the Gods” is blessed with the most fascinating and breathtaking hill stations. Mountain trekking in Uttarakhand is one of the best adventure activities to do here. The Uttarakhand trekking trails are peaceful, scenic and a time in the ultimate serenity of mind body and soul.
Famous places perfect for trekking in Himachal Pradesh are:
Trekking in Himachal through any one of the passes is an amazing experience and you’ll definitely come back to the place every opportunity you get.
The Hampta Pass Trek is a cross over from Manali to Spiti. It is a perfect trek for beginners and adventurous people. It is an easy to moderate level of trek covering 26 km. It takes about 5 days to trek this pass. The highest altitude of this trek would be 14,100 ft.
The Roopkund trek from Uttarakhand is of moderate difficulty level perfect for beginners looking for something challenging. It is 15,750 ft high in altitude and takes 9 days to complete. It is known for the popular Mt.Trishul, which has the highest meadows of the country.
The trail for the trek is well laid out and the trek also offers a complete package, better than all other treks of the region. The trek itself offers magnificent views, the lake in Mt.Trishul shouldn’t be missed.
Malana is 576 km from Delhi and takes approximately 11 hours and 40 minutes to reach. This trek is a great way to explore this region with beautiful scenic views. It takes about 6 days to complete this trek.
The Har Ki Doon is one of the best treks in the region of Uttarakhand. The Trek costs about INR 10,800 per adult. It lasts for about a week and is perfect for beginners. The trek covers 77 km and the maximum altitude of the trek stands at 11,675 ft.
The most famous Himalayan Treks to take during the winter season are:
The most famous Himalayan treks near Delhi during the summer are:
Himalayas being a massive range of mountains, offers treks for all levels. Some of the most comfortable and advisable treks for beginners are:
Some unconventional offbeat Himalayan treks that you could try are:
Yes, there are places where you can do both trekking and camping. Some of the top places for the same are:
It is safe for solo female travelers to go for trekking near Delhi. However, it is always advisable to travel in a group or organized tour in case of any emergency. Moreover, there are several tour and trek packages available to be booked near Delhi. It is always more fun to trek with more people.
Yes, there may be chances of facing wild animals during your trek. However, if precautions are taken, you need not worry.
Apart from basic tips, it is advised to take a local tour guide for your trek as they will know the where and what of the animals.
Generally, it is advisable to wear fully covered clothes while trekking and preferably thick ones to avoid wear and tear caused by thorns, plants, rocks, slipping, etc. Most importantly, hiking shoes are a must while trekking to prevent from sliding and to have a firm grip.
However, thin socks underneath are suggested to be able to absorb sweat and not make you uncomfortable in case you get wet.
These are the things that are a complete necessary to carry along while trekking:
It is advisable to avoid drinking alcohol and smoking cigarette during your trek. While both might help you keep warm, alcohol will make you unstable and may also dehydrate you. Smoking on the other hand might obstruct your breathing patterns at high altitudes, as you breathe twice as much moisture at sea levels
During treks, light food that is easy on the stomach (easy to digest) is usually provided. Non-Veg is generally not provided during treks as they are high in protein and very difficult to break down.
Carbohydrate rich food that digest slowly and give you energy are usually given, that in India is usually Dal and Rice. You could also carry dry fruits and nuts with you to snack on every now and then. It is very important to be hydrated during your trek.
Traveller Tales from Delhi
19 August 2015
Amazing location, the views are just great. Trekking to Nagtibba might get challenging but then all the effort is worth putting for. Since the view is damn good.
05 July 2015
If you are looking for a short and wonderful trek, Nagtibba trek is the one for you. It was easy for me to book this trek with Thrillophhilia and all the 3 days of the trek was really wonderful. Includ...
15 May 2017
"Amazing view from Nag tibba top. Worth a visit.\n"
08 October 2017
Day 1 starts with the journey in the tempo traveler from Dehradun Railway station. Slowly you'll leave all the crowded places ..vehicles..pollution..and enter into the clean and green Mother nature whe...
28 August 2015
This is the greatest and the most loveliest trek ever. I had the time of my life here in this trek. We as a gang of four friends took this package, and the next thing we know was that we had a complete...
11 October 2015
From the Nagtibba Base to Nagtibba Top, the trek was really good. The trekking routes were quite easy and can be traversed easily. Only on the first day, you might have to put in some effort to travers...
27 November 2015
The trekking to the Tosh Valley is just wow. Words cannot describe the beauty of this place. My wife and I decided to do something beautiful and fun with our first trip together, and we went of this tr...
26 July 2015
We booked this trek as it is very short. But after we started our trekking, one of our group members got some throat infection and it became tough for him to utter even a single word. The way, our trek...
06 September 2015
We started trekking from Pantwari and reached Nagtibba base after four and half-hours’ time. The trek was a medium graded one and accompanied by some of the steep slopes. On the second day too, we had ...
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