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Best Trekking Tours in Delhi

Delhi – the name conjures images of old bazaars, grand monuments and a buzzing energy that doesn’t stop. Home of the country’s capital city, it’s one of the most visited and it’s easy to see why. Iconic structures like the Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb draw millions while its backstreets lure intrepid travelers eager for a taste of the Delhi of old. Yet, aside from its magnificent Mughal-era buildings and ancient history, it’s also a place that offers ripe opportunities for outdoor adventures like trekking. It’s well-connected to popular trekking destinations like Ladakh and so is a sought after place.

 

Avid trekkers can go on a 9-day trek to beautiful Chadar, widely considered one of the most challenging and rewarding trails. With snow creating a pristine world dominated by white and ice, you’ll instantly be transported to another time. Trekkers who prefer verdant landscapes can head to Tosh Valley where meadows, forests and the Tosh river create a lovely contrast to snow-capped mountains in the distance. As day draws to a close, you’ll set up camp and get ready to head home the next day. A short distance from Delhi is the rolling Aravalli Hills and Dhauj that invite you to immerse yourself in their beauty. Explore the hills and go rock climbing or enjoy exciting activities like zorbing, obstacle course and raft building. The day tour is great for families and groups looking to get away from the humdrum of everyday life.

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    Nag Tibba Trek 2017, Uttarakhand
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    About the Destination:Nag Tibba trek or the trek to the Serpent’s Peak is a wonderful delight for adventure lovers from all over the world since it showcases the best serenity and exciting trekking routes through thick jungles and meadows. Nag Tibba is extensively located at a distance of about 3022 meters making it an ideal weekend getaway destination especially for adventure trekking. Many people find this very interesting to refresh themselves from routine boring work life. Comparatively it is a less explored trekking route near Mussoorie but with so much to witness and relish. Garhwal Himalayas are the pioneering protector of Nag Tibba and this is the highest peak in the range. The rich flora and fauna in the forests one will find before reaching the peak are the main attraction that keep trekkers come back to attend its reverberating beauty. It is an amazing option to enjoy the views of Bandarpoonch Peak, the Gangotri Peaks, Kedarnath Peak, Changabang Peaks and the Doon Valley.Nag Tibba is a circular trek which has a different finishing point from the starting point and there is no overlap on the trails you covered once to reach the peak. A contrasting landscape will be visible while you descend down from the summit. Some quaint villages and extremely beautiful Deodar forests will welcome you warmly and they will give you the refreshing atmosphere to make your tiredness go away.The camping experience offered with this trek would be the additional essence of the trip. Once you get the feeling of staying amidst a perfect space to look at the sky and gaze at the twinkling stars, you will surely come back to relive the moment. Also, Nag Tibba trek is highly recommended for beginners or those with reasonable physical fitness.About the Trek:This particular Nag Tibba trek package is for two days starting from Dehradun after you arrive at the railway station or bus stand and from there, you will be taken to Pantwari and then to Nag Tibba Base Camp. A drive of around 85 kilometers and a trek for 8 kilometers would be needed you to reach the base camp. Nag Tibba temple will also be covered on the first day of the trek. Then what is waiting for you would be the completely refreshing bonfire session and dinner. Nag Tibba summit is just 3 kilometers away from the base camp where you will be able to watch the never aging beauty of some great peaks like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath and Gangotri. Then the descending route will be different and you will need around 8 kilometers walk to reach Pantwari and then a drive to Dehradun will conclude the tour.Quick Facts:Temperature: 16-25 degrees (days) and 8-16 degrees (nights) during March, 14-22  degrees (days) and 6-14 degrees (nights) between September and DecemberTrekking Distance:  15kmMaximum Altitude: 9,910ft.Difficulty Level: EasyRailway Station: Dehradun is the nearest railway station Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, DehradunBase Camp: Sankri (10 hrs drive from Dehradun)ATM: You will find ATM's in Dehradun.

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    Tosh Valley Trek 2017, Himachal Pradesh
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    About the Destinations: Indulge your visual senses as you take on the Tosh valley trek, a trail that will take you across the periphery of the mighty Himalayas. A village at the end of the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Tosh is situated at a height of 7,874ft and leads to the beautiful Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh River here is an offshoot of the Parvati River, which suckles into the main river at Pulga. With this activity, get to experience the valley which is constricted at the beginning but unwraps later into attractive pastures as it ascends. Lap up the striking spectacle at the pass with the Tosh Glacier on one side and several well-known peaks like Papasura (6,451m) and White Sail (6,466m) on the other side; the stunning Malana Glacier can also be viewed from the top of the pass. Himalayan trekking in Tosh Valley will take you through gorgeous meadows and streams leaving you breathless. Begin from Barsheni and hike up to make pit stops at Buddhaban and the Tosh Village. What sets this trekking tour apart from any other Himachal trekking tours, is that you can choose to pursue the tracks that lead to the challenging Animal Pass or choose the steady easy climb to the Tosh Glacier. Both views offer exquisite vistas of the picturesque mountains, valleys and landscapes filled with snow. Temperature Range: The average temperature here ranges between 2°C and 7°C and dips below the freezing point in winters.

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    Chadar Trek - Frozen River Zanskar Trek - 2018
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    Available Group Departure:Jan: 13,14,15,20,21,25,26,27Feb:  2,3,10About the Activity:Ladakh has always captivated visitors with its magical charm and beauty. Be it the picturesque mountain peaks, azure lakes or the challenging trekking trails, this scenic valley is known for all. While during the summers, the region adorns the most vibrant colour of the nature, during the winters it is embraced with heavy snowfalls that cuts off the entire region from the rest of the world.Nestled deep within the whirly passages of the snow-clad mountains, this frozen river also entices thousand of trekkers from different corners of the world. Popularly known as the 'Chadar Trek' due to the formation of the thick blanket of the snow, it is considered as one of the challenging as well as tricky treks in the world. When this happens, the only way to continue with the trek is to hike through the snowy rocks and boulders besides the river. Quick Facts:Temperature: 15 to 20 degrees (during the day) and -25 to -35 degrees (during the night)Trekking Distance:  75kmMaximum Altitude: 11,123ftDifficulty Level: Difficult Airport: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, LehTips for Chadar trek1) Prepare your mind first: This is a difficult trek that comes with a lot of extremities. From the weather to physical requirement. Train your mind to expect and accept the sub-zero level. Do bear in mind that there is life which exists there as well; for centuries Chadar is used as the only way to commute to Leh during winters. Your mental strength will signal your body to withstand the cold climb.2) Be Warm: Next is to keep oneself warm as the temperature falls severely on this trek. To keep going and not be deterred by the weather conditions, use 4 layers for the Torso that includes ,a jacket and a wind sheeter which is waterproof and has a fleece lining. For the bottom, a base layer, thermal underpants and waterproof pants with a fleece lining, should suffice. Make sure your fleece and jackets have zips down the  front so that you can unzip them as the day grows progressively warmer.3) Keep a woolen cap and gloves (a must).Essentially you need to sleep well during the night to keep you fresh for the next day of trek. Keep an insulating water bottle to keep your sleeping bag warm during the night. Use Silk liner inside your bags to keep it warm enough.4) Footwear: Hiking shoes + Gumboots At occasions, trekking on the Chadar involves wading through knee-deep cold water. Though hiking shoes are highly recommended, gumboots help keep your shoes and feet secure from the icy cold water. It is practically impossible to dry anything at Chadar, so gumboots are a compulsory and a crucial addition to the footwear.5) Expect sweet pain: The Chadar is a glossy, slippery sheet of ice and will never let you walk carelessly. But no matter how careful one is, everyone falls and slips more than once on the Chadar. If you fall, just get back up by rolling on your knees and keep walking with confidence. Gumboots might give you shoe bites, but you’ll get used to it as you walk.6) Observe and keep moving: The locals can give you a firsthand training of how to cross the lake on your foot. On a closer observation, you would notice that they walk fast and take Penguin like strides on the ice. As you watch them, you will learn their ways of manoeuvring around on the ice blanket and learn when it is wiser to wait than to carry on, or the reverse.7) Keep your electronics warm: Extreme cold climate can ruin electronics. Hence keep them warm by keeping them safe by tucking them in your pockets closer to your body it will keep them warm and long lasting.8) Protect your fingers and toes: In sub-zero temperatures, fingers and toes are the most exposed and can be frozen resulting into bad pain when camping. Carry waterproof woolen socks and gloves. An extra pair of socks would help as they gather moisture while wearing gumboots.9) Warming pads: Warming pads are very helpful for those who feel cold sooner than others. These are exothermic pads to be slipped in your gloves and socks. They release heat and keep you warm for up to 10 hours.Do's and Dont's on Chadar trekDo’s of Chadar Trek- Needless to say that one should inform one’s family before coming for this trek, so in case of any emergency, they can come for help.- The temperature extensively drops down in the region. Therefore, it is advisable to keep warm clothes and shoes at hand. The shoes should also be waterproof.- As there won’t be any pharmacies on our trek, please do carry required medications and a first aid kit, in case of any bruises or cuts.- The area of this trek has hardly any shop to stop for food or drinks, hence it is advisable to carry water and energy giving food like energy bars and other eateries to be had at regular intervals. We also travel with plenty of water.Dont’s of Chadar Trek- It is the responsibility of every trekker to maintain the serenity of the surroundings. Thus, one should not litter anywhere and spoil the magnificence.- The wonderful waterfalls should not be contaminated by the use of shampoos and soaps. Thus one should avoid using them. The local habitat tribes use this water for drinking purpose so one should keep it as clean as one expects its drinking water to be.- When meeting monks or other locals on the way, pinpointing is not advisable as they make take offense.- Respect the serenity of the shrines and thus one should never disturb the monks or prayers in the monasteries on the route.- Trekking in the Frozen River is certainly a difficult task and thus, one should not try to be over-smart. Following the tips and guidelines is a must to carry out this trek safely.

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    About the Activity:Enjoy the scenic beauty of the world's oldest eco system zone - "The Aravali Hills" located around 7km from Delhi called “Camp Wild” with camping in Dhauj. Unravel the hidden beauty of the stunning valley that is secretly tucked under the wraps of modern Delhi. Delight in the stunning beauty of ancient ruins of Aravalis which are the result of centuries of erosion. These hard granite rocks are not only beautiful to admire but are also perfect for rock climbing & related sports.The valley offers a unique blend of rural life and idyllic conditions for a thrilling adventure experience. Witness wide variety of bird species spotted at Dhauj.For all those people who have lost their energy due to office work load, enthrall in this perfect camping in Dhauj that acts as an antidote for your office stress.Enjoy participating in an array of activities offered here such as rock climbing, rappelling, Flying fox, river crossing, zorbing, cycling, raft building, obstacle course, private forest and various other exciting team building games.Shed off all your fatigue and head straight for a memorable camping in Dhauj experience.Check-in time at the camp is 09:00 am and check-out is at 06:00 PM.

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  • Siladoooni is used mainly as pastoral ground by the local villagers for gazing. The campsite is surrounded with thick forest and is home to barbets, thrushes, woodpeckers and a variety of Himalayan bird species. The water holes made by the villagers for their cattle are favorite with the wild animals and a chance to catch them at these water holes is high for the early risers. This is an area which has been attracting people for centuries. Our journey will commence from New Delhi to Kuflon via Haridwar and then to Siladooni. The best seasons to visit this place are summer - from March to June; and autumn - from September to November.

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    Its a short but action packed Ladakh trip full of fun-filled activities. At a distance of 125kms Westwards from Leh, on a miraculously pulchritudinous road, exists the classic royal monastery famous as Swastika or Yung - drung. On this trek there are several villages which stand among the richest in Ladakh tour package. This particular terrain is known as Sham valley or Apricot valley. It is one of the oldest in Ladakh, and belongs to the Kargyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism. For that extra adrenaline rush one can enjoy thrilling and adventurous biking from Tsokar to Tsomoriri Lake. To top it up one could enjoy white water rafting along the Zanskar River right from Chilling to Nimo. It is known as Baby trek. The name is due to its lower altitude and the passes and comparatively less walking hours. One will notice how a stream of chilly water has led to an oasis of life amidst barren wilderness. Through the sham valley and the ancient kingdom of Sham, we discover the main Ladakhi monasteries and the wonderful sites surrounding them: Shey, Thikse, Hemis, Spituk, Phyang, Lamayuru and Alchi are all accessible by road, and Temisgang, Ridzong and Likir line the trekking route. The paths are of moderate difficulty and it does not rise above 4500m. T he track crosses numerous villages where the people have kept their Tibetan ways and customs. A camera is a must for this tour and one can take it as a Photography trip also and shoot the landscape as well as people. We also have the option of staying in a local house during this trek as it traverses through some houses; specially appointed for village Homestay. The Ladakh trek involves a series of pass crossings and first day is the drive to Timsogam a small village and then the trek starts with ascending a slope which leads us to the pass crossing over the Rongthil la( 4,000m) and then another pass the Muptak la( 3,800m) is crossed and finally the large village of Hemis Shukpachan is reached. Next days walk is a level walk till the base of Tsermangchan la which is crossed after a gentle ascend at 4,600m and a further descend leads us to the village of Yangtang. Next days walk is also an easy walk and after crossing Chagtse pass at 4,200m descend to the village of Likir which is connected to road and houses a large monastery. Visit the monastery and then walk to the village of Rafta. Once we cross the Mandang la pass (4,100m) we will reach Umla and from here its comparatively an easy trek to the village of Taroo, which is a big village just behind the village of Phyang which houses an important monastery in Ladakh tour. As a matter of fact the Phayang festival which happens to fall in July is equally famous. From here we take a final drive to Leh. Rafting: A 3 hour adrenaline packed rafting experience on the Zanskar for the thrill maniacs. It starts down right from the famous Hemis monastery. You would float alongside the villages of the Indus Valley (the cradle of civilization) i.e. Stakna, Shey, Thiksey, Choushot with Choglamsar as the finishing point. Biking: Our move to include mountain biking holidays is an obvious step. This programme has now grown to include biking in the remote valleys of Lahaul, Ladakh, Kulu, Sikkim and the eastern Himalayas. The fully supported Leh - Manali bike ride is now an established classic, crossing three high passes, the highest being over 5600 mtrs, and with a total descent of over 10000 mtrs.

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What You Should Know More About Trekking in Delhi

  • Which are some famous treks near Delhi city?

    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. 

    • Nag Tibba Trek – 10,000ft above sea level, easy level of trek.
    • Chopta Chandrashila Trek – 13,415 ft, easy level.
    • Lansdowne – 245 km from Delhi, easy trek.
    • Benog Tibba Trek – 300 km from Delhi, moderate level of trek.
    • Roopkund Trek – 305 km from Delhi, moderate to difficult level of trek.

  • Which are some of the famous Himalayan treks near Delhi?

    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.

    • Chadar Trek –lasts for 9 days and is very challenging
    • Nag Tibba trek – Easy trek at the highest peak of the lesser Himalayan region.
    • Roopkund trek – moderate level of difficulty. Takes about a week.
    • Hampta pass – easy trek level for 4-5 days.
    • Parashar Lake Trek – Easy trek level for 2 days.
    • Khar Myundari Trek – 2 day short and easy trek
    • Triund Trek – Easy trek that lasts for only 2 days
    • Chopta Tungnath Trek – Easy trek that lasts for 3 days

  • Which are some good weekend destinations for trekking near Delhi?

    Here is a small list of places you could visit for a trek during your weekend from Delhi:

    • Rishikesh – 242 km away, some popular treks are Kuari Pass Trek, valley of flowers trek, Deoria Chandrashila Trek.
    • Mussoorie – 275 km away, Popular treks here are Nag Tibba Trek, Hathi Paon night trek.
    • Nainital – 296 km away, Garhwal Trek, Kumaon Trek.
    • Uttarakhand – 373 km away, Popular treks of this region are Gangotri glacier trek and Deorital and Chandrashila Trek.
    • Himachal Pradesh – 343.7 km away, famous treks here are the Bijli Mahadev Trek and Parashar Lake Trek.

  • Which are some famous treks in Manali?

    Manali has got some famous treks which are one of the most desired treks in India. 

    • Hampta Pass Trek- 14, 000 mtrs high, easy to moderate trek, trek is for 5 days.
    • Malana Village Trek – 8500 mtrs high, moderate to difficult level of trek, trek lasts for 1 week.
    • Chandratal Lake Trek – 14,000 ft high, difficult trek and takes about 10 days to complete.
    • Beas Kund Trek – 3620 mtrs high, moderate level of difficulty, takes about 6 days.

  • What sort of trek is Valley of Flowers? How many days are required to complete this trek?

    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!

  • Which places are famous for trekking in Uttarakhand?

    Uttarakhand, a state crossing the northern Himalayas, has numerous beautiful treks to experience. These are the famous places for trekking in Uttarakhand:

    • Rishikesh
    • Kedarnath
    • Kausani
    • Valley of flowers

  • Which are some famous treks 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.

    • Gangotri Glacier Trek – Most popular trek of about 5 days, largest in Indian Himalayan ranges and the Ganga river.
    • Deorital and Chandrashila Trek – short 4 day trek with fantastic views.
    • Valley of flowers trek – 4 to 5 days, you will experience a plethora of different flowers on your way.

  • Which places are famous for trekking in Himachal Pradesh?

               Famous places perfect for trekking in Himachal Pradesh are:

    • Manali- popular treks in this region are Beas Kund Trek and Hampta Pass Trek
    • Kangra – some of the common treks taken here are the Dharamshala Laka Trek, McLeodganj-minikiani pass-chamba and Bhim Gasutri Pass.
    • Best treks of the region are Kalka, Jabli and Garkhal.

  • Which are some famous treks in and around Himachal Pradesh?

    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.

    • Indrahar Pass trek – it is not very challenging and lasts for over 5 days.
    • Beas Kund Trek – easy trek level and takes over a week
    • Chandratal Baralacha Trek – Moderate level of difficulty, takes about 11-12 days to complete the trek.
    • Hampta Pass trek - Moderate level of difficulty, takes about 12-15 days to complete the trek.

  • Where is Hampta Pass trek? Is it a very difficult trek?

    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.

  • How difficult is Roopkund trek? What’s so special about this trek?

    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.

  • Can we go for Malana village trek? How far is Malana village from Delhi?

    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.

  • How expensive is Har Ki Doon trek? Where it is located?

    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.

  • Which are some famous winter Himalayan treks near Delhi?

    The most famous Himalayan Treks to take during the winter season are:

    • Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand – 6 day trek.
    • Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand – 6 day Trek.
    • Har Ki Doon, Uttarakhand – one week trek.
    • Indrahar Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh – 4 day trek.
    • Chadar Trek, Ladakh – 9 day long trek

  • Which are some best summer Himalayan treks near Delhi?

    The most famous Himalayan treks near Delhi during the summer are:

    • Rupin Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh – 8 days trek.
    • Pin Parvati Pass, Manali – 11 day trek, difficult trek level.
    • Har Ki Doon, Uttarakhand – one week trek, all year round.
    • Hampta Pass, Manali – Easy trek level, 5 day trek.
    • Goechala Trek, Sikkim – 11 day trek, moderate difficulty level.
    • Bagini glacier Trek, Uttarakhand – 8 day trek, moderate trek level.

  • Which are best Himalayan treks for beginners near Delhi?

    Himalayas being a massive range of mountains, offers treks for all levels. Some of the most comfortable and advisable treks for beginners are:

    • Chopta Chandrashila – Moderate level of trek, takes about 4-5 days. It is 3925 ft high.
    • Chopta Tungnath – Easy trek that lasts for 4 days. It is as high as 12073 ft.
    • Dayara Bugyal – It is 12,500 ft high, this trek lasts for a week and is a easy trek.
    • Hampta Pass – easy level of trek, lasts for about 4-5 days.

  • Which are some offbeat Himalayan treks near Delhi?

    Some unconventional offbeat Himalayan treks that you could try are:

    • Kuari Pass Trek – 12, 763 ft , 6 days trek
    • Prashar Lake Trek – from Himachal Pradesh, 8957 ft high and takes 2 days to complete.
    • Har ki doon trek, Sankhari Range – Uttarakhand, 11,675 ft high and takes a span of 7-8 days to trek.
    • Kedarkantha Trek – Uttarakhand, 12,500 ft and takes a week to trek.

  • Can we do camping as well with Trekking? Which places are famous for camping and trekking?

    Yes, there are places where you can do both trekking and camping. Some of the top places for the same are:

    • Camp Mustang – Sohna Road, 50 km from Delhi.
    • Camp Wild Dhauj – 61.5 km from Delhi
    • Damdama Lake – Gurgaon, 62.5 km from Delhi
    • Kangojodi – Sirmaur, 275 km from Delhi

  • Is it safe for a solo female to go for trekking near Delhi?

    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.

  • Is there a chance of facing wild animals while trekking near Delhi?

    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.

  • What should I wear while trekking?

    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.

  • What things I must carry while trekking?

               These are the things that are a complete necessary to carry along while trekking:

    • Back Pack
    • Rain cover
    • Walking stick
    • Torch
    • Water bottle
    • First – aid kit
    • Windcheaters
    • Cap or head gear
    • Gloves
    • Socks
    • Trekking shoes
    • Basic Toiletries – lip balm, hand sanitizer, cream, tooth paste and brush, small hand towel, etc.

  • Can we have alcohol and smoke during the trekking tour?

    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

  • What kind of Food will be provided on the trek? Will I get non veg as well during trek?

    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.

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Satish Achari

16 February 2014

Frozen River Chadar Trek was good. I was initially wondering how good this trek is gonna be, but it was nevertheless nice. It’s not every other day we happen to witness the beauty of the nature to its fullest form. Chadar Trek is one such trek where we get to see the beauty and magic of the nature to its fullest. This is a frozen ice trek within India. India is truly incredible. Whoever says that we have no winter should see this place. It’s gigantic and spellbinding beauty. I felt like I am walking inside a fairy tale. This place was that great. I totally loved it.

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Gopee Iyer

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.

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Dayaananda Achari

05 January 2015

Even today when I think about my journey to the completion of Chadar trek, I literally get goosebumps. Walking steadily over the frozen Zanskar River was the best ever I did do far. At times, had to climb the nearby rocks and find the way forward. The drops in the temperature were also the challenging part. But at the end, with the help of the experienced guides and trek leaders, I completed this Chadar River trek and got a million of super enthralling memories with me. Great experience of Ladakh Chadar trek!

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Minakshi Mukhopadhyay

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. Including the other group members, the trek guides and instructors were also helpful in arranging the overnight stays and other necessary stuffs for the trek. A big thanks to all the awesome members for making this trek a memorable one for me.

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Balagopal Ahuja

18 August 2015

You just don't get such amazing treks everyday! Really man, the Chadar trek is the ultimate for a trekker. I and our entire groups was totally enthralled on the Chadar trekking experience. All the 9 days had something new for us. The walks on the snow blanket was no less than a dream come true. Honestly speaking, this Zanskar region is the paradise for the trekkers. Loved the trek; awesome experience of life.

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Jitender Sethi

17 October 2015

Chadar trek is one trek that I think all trekkers should embark on as the entire experience is simply breathtaking and equally beautiful. I successful completed this trek last year and I’m still not over the trek.

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Chandraketu Bandopadhyay

19 March 2014

I rarely write any review but my experience was so wonderful that I really want everyone to know that how beautiful was to trek on the frozen river. I literally wanted time to stop right there. Those beautiful mountains and white snow everywhere. Super chilling wind and that thrill, it can't be described in words. Juts go there and you will realize that your decision was absolutely correct. And a big thanks goes to Thrillophilia for making me the witness of that Magic by Nature.

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Balamani Iyengar

02 March 2015

It was all white, snow all around and we were walking on a Frozen River which is on its own an amazing experience. Different destinations one by one and each destination decorated with nature’s ornaments. The Karsh Monastery one of the oldest Monastery and we happened to reach there on the day of festival and was mesmerized by the colorful mask dance and other rituals. This trip is just like being in heaven. Thanks a lot Thrillophilia.

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Avani Ahuja

06 April 2015

I would call this trek as the best adrenaline pumping treks in the world. Really, very few treks in the world can match the challenges and thrills of the Chadar Trek in the Zanskar region. Hill and mountains we can climb every day, but when it comes to a frozen river, we don't get the opportunity every day. Luckily I got this opportunity to complete this Chadar frozen river trek with few of my friends. The experience was good, bookings were made easily and we were confident about the challenges on the way. The guides were really awesome and had a lot of patience and courage to lead the way even though there were extreme challenges trekking over the frozen river bed. Will always cherish this Chadar trek experience.

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