27 Best Trekking Tours in Delhi - 2020 (with 600 Reviews)

Popular Delhi Trekking Tour Packages

Package Name Duration Price Rating Details
Patalsu Peak Trekking Adventure - Flat 23% Off 10H ₹ 1000 5.0 star View Details
Corporate Adventure Day Out with Stay Near Delhi - Flat 27% Off 2D/1N ₹ 2399 5.0 star View Details
Daankudi Heritage Stay in Ranikhet Flat 38% Off 2D/1N ₹ 2000 5.0 star View Details
Day Adventure in Dhauj 9H ₹ 2000 5.0 star View Details
Bir Billing Paragliding and Mountain Biking Adventure Ex Delhi 3D/2N ₹ 6800 4.0 star View Details

Delhi is an attraction for people belonging to a completely different lifestyle, which seldom includes trekking. But, the lesser known fact is that some of the most challenging, adventurous and enthralling trekking destinations are spread around Delhi. Almost all the trekkers, amateurs as well as professional, who trek the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir consider Delhi their base camp. One would say that Delhi isn’t a conventional place to trek in India. However, with the best trekking tours in Delhi and around, people rarely leave out Delhi from their plans. The Nag Tibba Trek situated in the hills of Uttarakhand is quite famous. To begin the Nag Tibba Trek, you need to travel from Delhi to Dehradun and then further till Devalsari via Mussoorie. The highest altitude of this trek is 10,000 feet, while the difficulty level assigned is EA. Most of the amateurs trek Nag Tibba before proceeding towards higher difficulty treks. Adventure enthusiasts seeking relief from the heat in Delhi summer often take refuge by trekking here for a few days. Another trek that takes you into the mountain ranges of Uttarakhand is climbing to the peak of Kedarkantha. Similar to the Nag Tibba Trek, you need to travel from Delhi to Dehradun in the first leg.

The second leg consists of a jeep/car ride from Dehradun to Sankri Village which is the actual base of the trek. Even though you climb to an altitude of about 12,500 feet on this trek, it is considered EASY. Another interesting trekking destination around Delhi is The Beas Kund Trek, located in Himachal Pradesh which traverses the Solang Valley. One must complete a 12-hour challenging and rather gruesome bus/car journey to reach the town of Manali, then proceed to Solang Nala to commence the trek. A trekker climbs as high as 12,000 feet on the Beas Kund trek. It’s a quick getaway from Delhi. Though it is quite far away from Delhi by road, The Chadar Trek, is one of the most challenging treks in India can be considered as option for treks around Delhi. You trek on a sheet of ice formed over the winter on the Zanskar River. As this trek is only possible in the months of January, February and sometimes March, it requires you to travel to Leh which is accessible only through air at that time of the year. A 2-2.5 hour flight from Delhi to Leh and a short ride from Leh city to the Zanskar River, and you begin towards an unforgettable experience of the Chadar trek. So set on the best trekking tours in Delhi and cherish the experience of a lifetime.

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Patalsu Peak Trekking Adventure - Flat 23% Off Best Seller
Patalsu Peak Trekking Adventure - Flat 23% Off

10H

Manali

Not far away from the famous Solang Valley of Himachal Pradesh is a peak of height 4,220m above sea level which boasts of snow and some of the most beautiful scenes of the Dhauladhar ranges around. The Patalsu Peak is one of the fastest emerging trekking routes in Himachal Pradesh and provides the trekker with many different experiences before taking them to the top to witness marvelous scenes of the Himalayas and snowcapped peaks of the Dhauladhar range.Starting from Solang Valley, this trek is a must take for the lovers of nature and adventure. both. With its difficulty ranging close to moderate, it has gained immense popularity within the community.About the Activity:- Start by arriving at Solang Valley early in the morning and beginning the trek as you move away from there.- After you start trekking, you will see views of many famous peaks, including the Friendship Peak. - After passing a variety of vegetation and forests, you will arrive at the final steep climb covered with rocks and absolutely no trail. Once on the top of the peak, rejoice the scenery around you.- Spend some time and click some pictures before starting the return trek to Solang Valley, where you will be finishing the experience and move to your return journey.Timing- 7 AM to 5 PMDifficulty- Easy to ModerateAge Limit- 14 to 45 YearsPhysical Requirement- Fit to take on steep treks for 10kms
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INR 1,000

Corporate Adventure Day Out with Stay Near Delhi - Flat 27% Off Best Seller
Corporate Adventure Day Out with Stay Near Delhi - Flat 27% Off

2D/1N

New Delhi

A day-out full of activities and a comfortable stay in the campsite near Delhi will surely cheer you up and bring you in an adventurous aura for uplifting your mood up and high. The activities and stay will surely rejuvenate you and fill with energy for a refreshed bounce back in your work life. About the campsite:The site is located in the foothills of Aravali and these hills are perfectly suitable for multiple activities mentioned in your to-do list. For an overseas guest, it would be a delightful experience of farms, Indian rural culture, adventure activities, etc. About the Stay:There are 4 Eco-lodges with one attached bathroom that can have maximum of 16, 3 attic lodges with one attached bathroom for maximum 18 and 12 camps with 2 attached bathrooms to accommodate 48 people at a time. In all, 82 people can stay here comfortably at a time.About the activities:- While you arrive in the campsite, you will be facing plethora of opportunities to enjoy and fall in love with them. - Option for 2 team building games are open here for you, depending on the number of people in the group.- Recreational activities like Volley Ball, Ludo, Cricket, Carom, Football, Kho-Kho, Musical Chair and Tug Of War are ready to be taken and enjoyed by your group.- You can visit Rope obstacle course to take part in Burma Loops, Swinging Tyre, Heebie Jeebie Combo, Burma Bridge, Planks/log/loop bridge / Twin rope missing planks bridge, Hop Skotch, Cat Walk, Monkey Crawl, Commando Net, Tunnel Crawl etc.- Adventure activities like rock climbing and rappelling can be availed at the site as well. You will also be going for a short hike in Aravalis for around 2 hours.- Paid Activities for extra adventure on the site: Tryoleane traverse, Rock climbing, Zorbing and Paintaball.Check in time: 12.00 PMCheck out time: 9.00 AMHow to Reach?The location of campsite is around 40 km via Sri Aurobindo Marg, 50 km via Faridabad -Gurgaon Road and 44 km via Mathura Road. The exact location will be shared with you right after the confirmed bookings.NOTE: Minimum number of persons required- 2
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156 Ratings

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INR 3,299

INR 2,399

Daankudi Heritage Stay in Ranikhet Flat 38% Off Best Seller
Daankudi Heritage Stay in Ranikhet Flat 38% Off

2D/1N

Ranikhet

About the Activity:- Famous for its apple orchards and many other fruit gardens, the hill station of Ranikhet is probably one of the most scenic places in Uttarakhand. And to get to stay in full view of the valley is a great experience. This hilltop heritage house is called Daan-Kudhi, literally, the highest dwelling in the valley.- With a small stream flowing through the valley, the house is surrounded by rolling green hills all around. Boasting of open grounds, the courtyards stands above the rest of the hills, providing scintillating views of the hills, forests, and meadows. - The house, built in the 18th century, has 6 spacious rooms with all board and lodging provided, and come with all proper modern amenities to make for a comfortable stay.- Near the house is the only sun temple of the Indian Himalayas and is a great experience to visit it as well.- Apart from this, the package for this stay will also introduce you to a number of great adventures and experiences. These include Day hikes to meadows, jungles, the temples and hidden villages, Rock-Climbing and Rappelling, Mountain biking trails, Kite making & flying workshops, short treks, and flying fox.How to Reach:Ranikhet is 337 km from Delhi and about 80 km from Kathgodam. You can either catch a train from Delhi to Kathgodam and then hire a vehicle to take you to the stay, or directly drive from the capital to reach Ranikhet.Check-in: 11 AMCheck-out: 10 AMMinimum number of people required- 2
Excellent

142 Ratings

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INR 3,226

INR 2,000

Day Adventure in Dhauj
Day Adventure in Dhauj

9H

New Delhi

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.
Excellent

55 Ratings

5.0

55 Ratings

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INR 2,000

Bir Billing Paragliding and Mountain Biking Adventure Ex Delhi
Bir Billing Paragliding and Mountain Biking Adventure Ex Delhi

3D/2N

Bir - Billing

One of the best places to do paragliding in India is the small hill station cum village of Bir Billing in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Ranked as the second highest take-off point in the world, Bir Billing is also called the Paragliding capital of India and curates the sport in such a high quality that it has also once hosted the Paragliding World Cup.This tour brings to you the opportunity to enjoy Paragliding and many other adventure activities in Bir Billing, including trekking and mountain biking. The experience, extended from Delhi, also includes transfers from Delhi and back, ensuring that everything is covered, and all you have to do is show up for your adventure.About the Activity:- The trip starts with your arrival at the pickup point in Delhi for your bus, which will transfer you to Bir Billing the next morning- After arriving in Bir the next morning, you will be taken to a guesthouse for freshening up and changing into comfortable clothes. You will later drive to Billing to experience paragliding with a flight lasting for about 15 to 30 minutes.- You will land in Bir and then go for exploring the local attractions of the hill station, before getting transferred to your camp for the night. - After an amazing night at the camps, you will begin the adventure for the next day by trekking near Bir to reach a small waterfall, and then onto the landing spot of Paragliding. - This will be followed by a mountain biking session to reach Palpung Sherabling Monastery Bhattu- You will then arrive at the pickup point for your bus to Delhi, where you will end the trip by arriving at the National Capital.
Superb

40 Ratings

4.0

40 Ratings

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INR 6,800

Siladooni Overnight Trek
Siladooni Overnight Trek

4D/3N

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.
Very Good

35 Ratings

3.0

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Extreme Adventure Lamayuru Sham Valley
Extreme Adventure Lamayuru Sham Valley

14D/13N

New Delhi

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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13 June 2019
Excellent
"It was a wonderful journey and enjoyed a lot and welcome gesture was good and the guides were good"
03 October 2019
Excellent
It's been a great journey for all of us and also this was our first ever trek and we all give a big thanks to Thrillophilia who provide us great service like their food, transport service, camping facility and their treck guide and the all facilities from their side is up to the mark ..and we really enjoyed there ....we all had a great memory. One suggestion for those who planned for nag tibba trek is "not an easy trek specially from nag tibba camp to nag tibba summit it's difficult ...it's really difficult ...
03 January 2020
Excellent
31 Dec 2019 always memorable for me just because of this trip. It was my first experience on hills specially on trekking. Our guide Mannu Sharma such a nice person. Just like our family he take care of everything. Wonderful experience with wonderful peoples.
20 August 2018
Excellent
My trip to triund was super. The guide Mukesh was friendly and fun company. Guided very well. Bit disappointed that I couldn't stay there due to bad weather but the accommodation provided to me was simply superb . Environment friendly and peace loving. Food was simply superb and hospitality was excellent. Will once again visit in future.
15 December 2019
Excellent
"Nag tibba trek is such a breather amidst this chaotic routine life that we live. it's a perfect set up having amazing people who host you and make you comfortable throughout the trek. \n\nWe started from Delhi and all the aspects regarding travel booking, cabs and pick up is managed by the Thrillophilia team in an impressive manner. They are helpful and most importantly available the whole time.\n\nThe trek begins with a moderate walk and climb till the base camp on the first day you reach. You get packed lunch from the team. And this grand welcomed by an amazing view of sunset from such pristine heights.\n\nEveryone is allotted a quechua tent either on single basis or twin sharing. The night sets up with a warm bonfire with all the people around and hot served dinner. The next day trek begins early morning so take adequate sleep. Anyone who can walk every day can do this trek. It's a good way to start and know who trek gets done. The climb is moderate and is accompanied by a guide who in my case was an amazing person. He told so many stories, his own life narratives and history behind the whole place. The summit ends up with a breath taking to view from where you can see the Sahaydaris and Himalayas out far. It's just an amazing experience altogether. \n\nThings to remember. \nCarry less things as you yourself carry it. It's one night and two days so pack light.\nCarry small packs of toiletries and cosmetics. Do carry water bottle. Torch.\nDuring winters, carry gloves, scarves and good thermals.\nPreferably wear hiking trousers and shoes (you can easily get one from decathlon store or app) , makes it comfortable hike. Carry water. \n\nPLEASE DON'T THROW PLASTICS AT THE CAMP OR DURING THE TREK."
24 June 2019
Excellent
"One of the experiences, which will always remain in my memories. Kheerganga is a trek which is beautiful, not so tough, tiring but the moment you reach the destination, you forget it all and you feel that you have reached a different realm altogether. I can still feel the fresh air hitting my face up there. anyone who can trek 4-5 hours continuously, please do not miss this place.\nand our trek guide is VICKY a very good person\n"

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Frequently Asked Questions About Trekking in Delhi

  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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!

  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  22. 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.
  23. 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

  24. 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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