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Trekking Near Delhi

- Triund Trek: 476 Km from Delhi
- Nag Tibba Trek: 347 Km from Delhi 
- Tosh Valley Trek: 535 Km from Delhi
- Kheer Gangaa Trek: 550 Km from Delhi
- Kuari Pass Trek: 484 Km from Delhi
- Kedarkantha Trek: 307 Km from Delhi
- Valley of Flowers Trek: 510 Km from Delhi
Pin Parvati Trek: 349 Km from Delhi
Har Ki Dun Trek: 300 Km from Delhi
Dayara Bugyal Trek: 448 Km from Delhi
Roopkund Trek: 308 Km from Delhi

Thanks to the wide range of options for trekking tours near Delhi, you can never run out of adventures to make your vacation in the mountains memorable. Offering plenty of opportunities for adventure junkies, photography enthusiasts, and solitude seekers, these treks are perfect getaways from the hullabaloo of the Delhi city. Pine vegetation surrounding vast meadows shrouded in smooth sheets of grass and flower beds are some of the delights you will find on almost every trek during summers. 

Winters, on the other hand, hide these trails with covers of fluffy snow, whitewashing everything in sight and creating a surreal atmosphere. If you are seeking an easy adventure which can be undertaken over a long weekend, there are some treks like Prashar Lake Trek and Tosh Valley Trek fit your bill. 

However, if you have a lot of time on hand, then there are amazing places to visit near Delhi like Bhrigu Lake Trek and Valley of Flowers Trek to witness the most captivating sights in the Himalayas. Besides, Chadar Trek, Gomukh Tapovan Trek, and Markha Valley Trek are made for experienced trekkers with an insatiable thirst for a thrill. Check out the treks below, and start planning your next adventure already!
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Activity duration: 11 hours


About Patalsu Peak Trekking Adventure:

The Patalsu peak trek, at an altitude of 4,220 m which boasts of snow and some of the most beautiful scenes of the Dhauladhar ranges around. The Patalsu Peak 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.

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Triund Trek

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The snow-engulfed mountains of the Dhauladhar range on one side and the deeply enchanting Kangra valley on the other exhilarates trekkers unlike many. One of the shorter treks on the list, the inclines are challenging and are a beginner’s delight. Avid bird-watchers flock to the trek often and the evening sky compels you to pitch a tent for the night.

The illuminated township below is a sight to behold indeed. Trekking from Triund, the crown jewel of Dharamsala is best done in the months between March and December and is one of the most trekking places near Delhi . This is the best place to visit near Delhi within 500 kms one can plan a trip with family or friends and can enjoy the lush green mountain view from Triund.

Distance from Delhi: 476.2 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead: Jassur and Paror (narrow-gauge) and Pathankot (broad-gauge)

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About The Bijli Mahadev Trek:

Bijli Mahadev is one of the sacred temples of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is located at an altitude of about 2,460m in the Kullu Valley. Explore the nature trails of a city and experience secrets in its kitty in the beautiful city of Manali. Enjoy the company of tall trees and beautiful landscapes with the Bijli Mahadev trek. Report at Kinja village in Kullu. You will meet your guide there and start the trek towards the Bijli Mahadev temple.


Activity Location: Kashawri, Kullu

Start Point/End Point: Kinja village, Himachal Pradesh

Start Time: 10:00 AM

End Time: 02:00 PM


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Nag Tibba Trek

One of the most well-known treks near Delhi, the Nag Tibba peak stands in the Tehri Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. This trek over the weekend is witnessing growing footfalls and offers splendid views of the Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Gangotri and Kedarnath mountain peaks en route. What makes this an ideal first trek are the relatively easy routes etched along the mountain.

Thick Deodar forests blanket the hill, and the best seasons to visit are between February and June, and September to December.The Nag Tibba trek route is circular in nature, and the differing starting and ending points ensure that there is no overlap at any point. The lush meadows hide patches behind them that act as serene camping sites.

Distance from Delhi:
347.4 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead:
Dehradun Railway Station

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Tosh Valley Trek

If you have a long weekend coming up, Tosh Valley Trek may just be the right choice of adventure for you that makes trekking near Delhi exciting. Within the duration of a few hours, this short trek offers you a quintessential Himachali experience in the form of stunning scenery created by the gushing Tosh River and the lush greenery of the valley.

While you are trekking up the path, you will get numerous photograph opportunities as the entire trail is scenic. And once you lay your eyes on the splendid sight of Tosh Waterfall and taste its pure mountain water, you will definitely get over all the fatigue.

Location: Barshaini, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 535 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Bhadraj Hill Trek

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A modest and well balanced trek, Bhadraj Hill is one of the best places for trekking near Delhi for those deciding to try their hand in the sport for the first time. The trail is also commonly dubbed as the ‘Milkman’s Trail,’ for it is the route taken by the milkman serving the Bhadraj village each day. 

Lasting across 2 days and a night, this trail traverses through the sloping grasslands and forests on the northern edge of the Bhadraj Hill. The village of Dudhli serves as a rest stop in between, where trekkers can pitch their camp for the night. The route itself is a very easy one, and can be scaled by beginners without any hassle.

Distance from Delhi:
332 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead:
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Churdhar Trek

The highest peak in the Shivalik Himalayan Range, Churdhar trek ranks high on the list of Delhi’s adventure enthusiasts. A night’s drive away, the peak is lined with diverse cultures and terrains and provides a spectacular view of the Gangetic basin below. The trails to approach the peak are set amid Deodar forests, with Kasauli and Kedarnath seen at a distance. It is one of the best places to visit near Delhi within 400 kms to enjoy with your friends.

Being one of the highest peaks in the outer Himalayas, the gradients suit beginners and seasoned trekkers alike. The best months for treks near Delhi are from May to November, with summers staying pleasant and heavy snowfall taking charge from December till April. It is considered to be an ideal destination to plan one day trip near Delhi.

Distance from Delhi: 370 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead: Kalka Railway Station

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Prashar Lake Trek

Panoramic view of snow-clad Himalayan peaks of Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar, mesmerizing sight of Prashar Lake, and the divine aura created by an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Sage Prashar – this trek in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh opens for trekkers a whole new world of experiences. An easy yet rewarding trek that you can easily squeeze in your long weekend plans, Prashar Lake Trek is an excellent option for trekking near Delhi.

Although the lake is also accessible by road, trekking up to this point lets you savour the essence of the place and capture the surrounding beauty on your camera. Furthermore, the camping site near the lake is best known for spellbinding sunset and sunrise views, adding to the charm of the place.

Location: Mandi, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 489 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Kheer Ganga Trek

Situated at the log-end of Parvati Valley, Kheer Ganga is part of the revered hippie-trail. The limitless skies above are majestic, even as numerous waterfalls and bridges charm you on the trek. However, the most important attraction of the trek is the hot water springs on top. Interestingly, many places offering accommodation draw water directly from these sulphur ponds, and the water is renowned for its medicinal properties.

Surrounded by Alpine forests and snow-capped mountains beyond them, Kheer Ganga offers possibly the most scenic treks near Delhi. The best months to trek are between May and November, while the winter months tend to be extreme where trails are slippery.

Distance from Delhi: 550 Kilometers approximately

Nearest railhead: Ahju Railway Station

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Hatu Peak Trek

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Seasoned trekkers have noted how the most unexplored treks generally tend to be the most rewarding ones. The Hatu Peak Trek is one of them. One of the shortest and newest treks near Delhi, the Hatu Peak trek prides in its virgin beauty. The trek is only a day long, and treats its trekkers to cherished views of a characteristic Himalayan beauty- dark pine forests, enchanting meadows, superb mountain views and so on.

The trek takes a narrow wooden route that travels all the way up to the Hatu Peak, overlooking the village of Narkanda below. A sacred Hindu temple, the Hatu Mata temple, sits atop the little hill, making it a popular spot for devotees as well. During winter months, the trail remains blocked with snow, making it inaccessible during this time. The best time to access it thus, is during the spring or summer months when the forests here remain in full bloom. There are several campsites around the peak as well, for those desiring to spend a night in the area. 

Distance from Delhi: 431 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Shimla Railway Station
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Laka Glacier Trek

A perfect chance for the patrons of trekking in Delhi, this trek offers you with an opportunity to see Laka Glacier with the famous Triund Peak. Go a little farther and amaze yourself with this offbeat yet fun trek.

The best part of this trek is that one has to walk mere 13 km to reach the top which offers breathtaking views. Watch the glittering massive snow capped mountains of Dhauladhar Range and Kangra Valley touching the sky. It is thrilling to camp just next to the Laka Glacier, and at night, you can watch a billion stars starting down at you. This trek is a perfect way to explore nature, take some great photographs and make memories for a lifetime to cherish.

Location: Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 482 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Chandrakhani Pass Trek

One of the most enchanting treks in Himachal, Chandrakhani Pass Trek offers striking views of Deo Tibba and Pin Parvati Valley. The serene trail takes you to various sleepy, quaint villages where you get to see the unique culture of the people living in Himachal Pradesh. Legend has it that the deity Jamlu of Manala opened a basket full of gods at Chandrakhani Pass and suddenly a strong wind blew that took all the gods to their presiding abodes.

This valley of gods is known for its pictorial sites - gliding streams, rich forests and striking meadows. Embark on a journey to explore the wilderness in this trek and treat yourself with an experience full of serenity.

Location: Naggar, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 521 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Kareri Lake Trek

Spend a refreshing holiday trekking near Delhi to Kareri Lake which is perched at a height of 2,943 meters, surrounded by the mighty Dhauladhar Range. The glacial lake trek takes you through the Rhododendron trees, Oak and Pine trees, entrancing grasslands, several cascading streams and old wooden bridges.

Here you get to see distinctive flora and fauna and this trail is popularly known to be home for some of the rarest species of birds, so keep an eye out for amazing frames. Kareri Lake also acts as the base camp for Minkiani Pass and Baleni Pass. This trek gives you a perfect getaway into the lap of the nature with views worth losing your heart to.

Location: Kareri Village, Dharamshala

Distance from Delhi: 495 Km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Indrahar Pass Trek

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An extremely popular trekking route from Dharamshala, the trek to Indrahar Pass trails in the lush folds of the Dhauladhar range. Surrounded by thickets of Deodars and Rhododendrons, the panorama of Pir Panjal range to the north and the plains to the south exhilarates trekkers.

Treacherous precipices and steep ascents make this a moderately-difficult trek; passing through Triund Hill and an endless view of Kangra Valley. Overnight camping in the Lahesh caves is an experience that’ll leave you transfixed, and the trekking season runs from May to October.

Distance from Delhi: 475 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Kangra Railway Station

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Bhrigu Lake Trek

Get ready to be blown away by the high altitude alpine meadows and lake set in the picturesque backdrop of the snow capped mountains on this trek in Manali. Bhrigu Lake is an emerald lake where according to the folklore Sage Bhrigu used to come every once in a while to meditate.

The trail is as rewarding as the views from the lake itself and throughout the trek you will find beauty and serenity all around you. Glimpses of the famous peaks like Friendship peak, Hanuman Tibba, and Humpta Valley can be seen throughout the trail which will render you speechless. Walk past some cascading waterfalls, unending grass meadows, thick oak forests and camp at one of the most beautiful campsites in the region.

Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 538 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: pathankot Railway Station

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Beas Kund Trek

Tucked away amidst the towering Himalayas at an altitude of 3600 meters above the sea level, Beas Kund is a pristine and sacred lake from where originates the Beas River. The legend has it that Sage Vyas once used to take bath in this lake while meditating here.

The trail takes you on a dreamy path next to the gushing streams, into the deep pine forests, verdant grasslands, glaciers and whatnot. Witness the breathtaking views of the mighty Pir Panjal Range and Dhauladhar Range while you are on this exciting trek. Owing to its beauty and tranquility, Beas Kund Trek makes it to one of the best treks near Delhi.

Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 538 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Chopta Trek

Whether for pilgrimage or to quench your thirst for thrill, Chopta Trek is one of the easy options for trekking near Delhi, and deserves to be on your bucket list. An excellent adventure for seasoned trekkers and outdoor enthusiasts in Uttarakhand, this trek covers some breathtakingly beautiful sites like Deoriatal, Tungnath,and Chandrashila.

The vistas of snow clad Himalayas and blooming rhododendrons throughout the excursion will motivate you to keep moving ahead. In addition to it lets you relish views of some prominent Himalayan peaks like Chaukhamba and Kedar.

Location: Chopta, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 407 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Haridwar Railway Station

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  • Take part in this 4D/3N adventurous trek to Chandrashila and witness the serene beauty of freezing Himalayan mountains.
  • Start your trip from Rishikesh at around 08:30 AM in the morning, meet the group and then drive for about 8 hours to Sari village.
  • Enjoy the spectacular drive in which you will see the Ganga, Alaknanda, Mandakini rivers and then you will be stunned with the sight of Deoriatal lake.
  • Relish the beautiful sunrise over the Himalayan mountains, as you start your trek to Chopta and get mesmerized by the beauty of cedar forests and meadows.
  • Visit Chandershila and marvel at the prominent peaks like Garhwal, Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, Trishul, Bandarpoonch from the top of the hill.
  • Relax after a hectic trekking in the tents at Chopta and cherish the moments of trekking on your return journey to Rishikesh. 
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Hampta Pass Trek

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A set of vivid, changing landscapes underline the trek at Hampta Pass. Glacial valleys, alpine forests, and vast, open spaces characterize the Hampta Pass trek. The two valleys of Kullu and Lahaul are linked by the pass, and trekking through the mountainous terrain opens up a world of beauty. Counted among the best short treks around the country, its relative proximity to Delhi makes it unmissable.

The Hampta Pass trek satiates the adventurous palates of first-timers and adrenaline-junkies alike. And the most-favoured season to trek is from June to September, with snowfall early in the year shutting down the byway.

Distance from Delhi: 550 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead: Ahju Railway Station

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Deoria Tal Trek

Also known popularly as Deoariya Tal, it a crystal-clear lake that mirrors the snow-draped Chaukhamba peaks. Offering an otherworldly view of the mountains and its reflection, trekking here is a surreal experience.

Situated in the Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuary, overnight camping sometimes leads to spotting animals near the waterhole in the morning. This is one of the best places for trekking near Delhi and is open throughout the year, and is a relatively short and easy trek to the magical place that is even mentioned in the Mahabharata.

Distance from Delhi: 420 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Haridwar Railway Station

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Chandrashila Trek

Nestled in the Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, the Chandrashila Trek is one of the best treks in Delhi for wildlife lovers. Blazing with forests of rhododendron, the beauty of the Chandrashila route is quite unparalleled. The forests here are haunted by an impressive number of birds as well, making it perfect for birdwatchers and photographers.

Out of everything, however, Chandrashila is best known for commanding a panoramic view of all the major peaks of the surrounding range. It is also a great trail for a sunrise trek, for those who want to witness the sun rising from the bottom of the mountains. The trek is a fairly easy one, and can be attempted by beginners as well as experts. The route remains open throughout the year, making it accessible in winters, summer and spring. 

Distance from Delhi:
455 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead:
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Chandra Tal Trek

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The ‘Moon Lake’, as it is popularly called, is the source of the Chandra River that flows through the divine mountains to become River Chenab in Pakistan. Owing to the absolute clarity of the vast skies above, the Chandra Tal changes colours as the day goes by—turning various hues of red, orange, blue and green.

Trekkers flock to revel in the scenery, and is undoubtedly among the must-do treks near Delhi. The best months to trek to the Moon Lake is from June till October, and the gradients are moderately-easy.

Distance from Delhi: 722 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Joginder Nagar (narrow-gauge), Chandigarh (broad-gauge)

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Manali Snow Trek

Spend your time exploring Manali Snow Trek which showcases the real beauty hidden from the rest of the world. Considered among the best treks near Delhi, Manali Snow Trek offers you with awe inspiring views of the Friendship Peak, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, Ali Ratna and so many from other majestic Himalayan ranges.

Make your way through thick pine and oak forests as streams pass you by. With everything covered in a white sheet of snow, this trail is something magical and spellbinding. Manali and its surrounding regions in winters look dreamlike, so make sure you don't miss the sight.

Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 538 kms

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Sarpass Trek

At the height of 13799 feet from the sea level, Sar Pass Trek makes it an ideal place to get lost in the womb of mother nature. Visit numerous hanging hamlets, verdant meadows with colourful flowers, walk by the flowing river, walk into the deep woods, gaze at the snow capped mountains and walk on snow to reach the Sar pass.

The views from the top will leave you in awe of the beauty that surrounds you. With mighty Himalayas touching the sky and beautiful landscape as far as you can see make a perfect amalgamation to soothe your soul and mind.

Location: kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 520 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Benog Tibba Trek

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One of the most unique treks from Delhi, the Benog Tibba trek travels through Himachal’s only quail sanctuary. The trek is a very short one, and lasts only 6 hours. As a result, it can be attempted by beginners and first time trekkers as well. The route charts its way across the highs and lows of the Vinog Mountain Quail Sanctuary in Mussoorie, crossing flowering valleys and forests as it goes by.

It is best known for its forest walk, making its way through thickets of pine and fir. The keen birdwatcher will also find a special interest in the Benog Tibba Trek, for the trail here is said to be brimming with several kinds of native birds. The summit view at the end of the trek is especially rewarding as well. Not only can one witness the serene Yamuna ambling below, but the Garhwal Himalayas can be seen standing proudly at some distance as well. On a clear day, one might be able to catch a glimpse of the Nanda Devi and Dronagiri peaks as well.

Distance from Delhi:
300 Kilometers approximately

Nearest Railhead: 
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Kuari Pass Trek

Offering the most glorious sightings of the star peaks of the Himalayas, atop Kuari Pass, the world comes to a standstill. Chaukhamba, Kamet, Trishul, Dronagiri, Mukut Parbat and a few other great peaks take center-stage at nature’s own amphitheatre.

Among the several treks Lord Curzon undertook in the Garhwal, the one passing through Kuari Pass was unearthed by him—hence called ‘Curzon’s Trail’. One of the best places for trekking around Delhi, the winter trek at Kuari Pass entices swarming adventure enthusiasts between months of December and March. If looking for a short break then look here for adventure sports in Delhi.

Distance from Delhi: 484 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Haridwar Railway Station

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Kedarkantha Trek

Close to another marvel of nature, Har Ki Doon, lies near the Kedarkantha trek passing through windy trails of the Garhwal Himalayas. A classic winter trek unravelling untouched mountain-villages on its path, it’s the perfect trek to prepare for the other more arduous Himalayan treks.

Abound with flora and fauna, Kedarkantha is a perfect picturesque trek which passes around the rim of Govind National Park and is open throughout the year. This place for trekking near Delhi and it is one of the best places to visit near delhi within 500 kms as it is flanked by the Swargarohini peak and a hanging valley, complete with views that’ll blow your mind away.

Distance from Delhi: 428.2 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Dehradun Railway Station

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Valley of Flowers Trek

As the name suggests, this trek takes you to a valley in Uttarakhand which teems with colourful Himalayan flowers that can be found in full bloom during the months of July and August. Without a doubt, one of the most picturesque picnic spot near Delhi, Valley of Flowers creates a perfect blend of nature and adventure.

The canvas is further embellished with the sight of snow clad Himalayan peaks that surround the valley. The highest point you will be touching during the trek is the serene lake of Hemkund Sahib located at an elevation of approximately 14,100 feet which is also a religiously significant place for Hindus and Sikhs.

Location:
Govindghat, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 513 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

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Dayara Bugyal Trek

Counted among the most beautiful meadows in the country, the vibrant meadow of Dayara Bugyal has attained cult status among hikers. During the wintry months, the milky slopes are perfect for some alpine skiing.

The Bhagirathi peaks, Kala Nag, Bandarpoonch are among scores of other peaks that loom around the meadow, and trekkers are particularly taken by many emerald lakes strewn across Dayara Bugyal. Another first-timer trek on the list, the best months to visit are between May to November, although experienced trekkers find the meadow laden with snow in winters irresistible.

Distance from Delhi: 425 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Haridwar Railway Station

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Deo Tibba Trek

Prepare the adventure junkie in you craving trekking in Delhi for this ultimate adventure that starts at Jagatsukh in Manali and spans over a duration of 5 days. The scenic trail takes you to the base camp of the majestic Mount Deo Tibba, the second highest peak in Pir Panjal Range with a height of 6,001 metres. In addition to the high altitude lake known as Chota Chandratal, this moderately difficult trek lets you relish the sights of green pastures and undulating meadows teeming with myriad flowers, alpine forests of Oak and Deodar, and Himalayan fauna and avifauna.

It is recommended to keep extra camera batteries with you to document the breathtaking side of the Himalayas this trail makes available for the trekkers. Certainly, what you witness and experience on this trek will remain with you for a long time.

Location: Jagatsukh, Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 538 km

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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Malana Trek

Trekking to Malana Village and exploring its unique culture by getting candid with locals might just be the wisest way to spend a vacation in the lap of Himalayas. A famous name among local hippies and ones coming from foreign countries, Malana can be reached by doing a short trek that takes 2 hours, more or less.

This trek is what separates the village and its inhabitants from the rest of civilization, and helps them preserve their culture. As you trek up the well-marked path, you will come across a river stream, blooming Himalayan vegetation, and cheery locals, making it easier for you. Take your friends along to this easy but wonderful trek, and spend some memorable moments with them.

Location: Malana, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 527 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Chadar Trek

Trudging on the frozen Zanskar River in subzero temperatures is the wildest fantasy of every outdoor enthusiast in India which makes it arguably the most epic of all the treks the country boasts. This unrivaled adventure that begins at Shingra Koma in Jammu & Kashmir tests your mettle with harsh climatic conditions as the temperature drops to as low as -30 degree Celsius, sending a real chill down your entire system.

The hostile weather and the task of walking on an icy surface that separates you from the ice-cold river make Chadar Trek unique and nerve-wracking. This 62 km long uninterrupted rendezvous with thrill definitely deserves a spot on your bucket list.

Location: Leh, Jammu & Kashmir

Distance from Delhi: 1011 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Jammu Railway station

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Gomukh Tapovan Trek

An adventure that fascinates you in multiple ways and renders you both thrilled and charmed simultaneously, Gomukh Tapovan Trek is counted among the lesser-explored trails in Uttarakhand. Gomukh is one of the major sources of the holy river Ganges, and en route, you can visit numerous sites that are revered as per Hindu beliefs. Tapovan, on the other hand, is a meadow and a campsite located on the foothills of Mount Shivling.

As the treacherous path tests your ability and strength, the sights of Bhagirathi Sisters and peaks of Gangotri group will keep you hooked. If you are an experienced trekker with a good skill set and strong will, this challenging trek will give you ample opportunity to get high on adrenaline rush.

Location: Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 398 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Haridwar Railway Station

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Pangarchulla Peak Trek

Take on an adventurous journey to summit the famous Pangarchulla Peak  boasting an elevation of 15,069 feet. This winter trek offers you with a thrilling climb to the summit in deep snow with the Garhwal Range all around you.

One can find Rhododendron trees blooming in various parts of the trail, grasslands and colourful meadows which enhance the beauty of the trail. As the trail crosses Nanda Devi Sanctuary, one can witness the views of Mt. Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Ghori Parbat, Hathi Parbat and Dunagiri. Pangarchulla Peak Trek makes it to one of the best treks if you are planning for trekking near Delhi.

Location: Dhak village, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 523 km

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Haridwar Railway Station

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Brahmatal Trek

One is bound to fall in love with the trek no matter whether you are a beginner who is just starting out or a professional who has seen many other breathtaking trails, such is the beauty of Brahmatal Trek. One of the few treks which can be done during the peak winter season makes this trek even more exciting.

Walk past the flowery sights of the blooming Rhododendron trees, witness the breathtaking snow laden forests of oaks, visit alpine lakes and camp at the most surreal sites beside the frozen glacial lake, Bekaltal. The rewarding unending views of the Garhwal Himalayas covered with snow and peaks like Trishul and Nanda Ghunti will make this trek one of the best treks if you are missing out on trekking in Delhi.

Location: Lohajung, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 540 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Kathgodam

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Bedni Bugyal Trek

Located at an altitude of 3354 metres on the slopes of Trishul Massif, Bedni Bugyal is an alpine meadow surrounded by mountains shrouded in lush Himalayan vegetation. One of the most scenic trails in the state of Uttarakhand, Bedni Bugyal Trek is an ideal opportunity for trekking near Delhi even for those who lack experience.

Owing to the exquisite meadows – fringed by pines, oaks, deodars and rhododendrons – one comes across during this trek, it is also a popular choice among landscape photographers who are on a quest to capture the unblemished beauty of the Himalayas. A camping experience at Bedni Bugyal is sure to become the most cherished feeling of your entire life.

Location: Lohajung, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 544 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Kathgodam Railway Station

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Dodital Trek

A beginner level trek, ideal for novice as well as experienced trekkers, Dodital Trek takes you to a picture-perfect lake that sits strikingly in the magical realm of Himalayas. The trail that goes through dense forests featuring mixed foliage of oak, deodar, and rhododendron will take you far away from the cacophony of the cities into a world where nature sings its own songs.

As you march forward, the vistas of deep gorges, green pastures, and wide valleys will cast a spell on you, making you lose your heart to the picturesqueness of the trail. If a mountain vacation with friends is long due, plan Dodital Trek with them, and none of you will regret it.

Location: Sangam Chati, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 412 km

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Railway Station: Dehradun Railway Station

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Har Ki Doon Trek

A pristine hanging valley in the Garhwal range, Har Ki Doon is one of the simplest trekking places near Delhi—making it an ideal foray into Himalayan trekking for amateurs. Fulfilling scenes of nature’s majesty carry you through rampant alpine vegetation, glaciers and breath-taking views.

For the hill folk, the time has remained elusive and one gets to notice their lives from close quarters. The best season to visit is during the months from April to November and is one of the closest places for trekking in Delhi. It is the best place to visit, if you are planning a road trip from Delhi.

Distance from Delhi: 299 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead: Dehradun Railway Station

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Location -  Manali

Start Point/End Point: Manali Bus Stand

Start Time/End Time: The trek start at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends at around 03:00 PM on day 7.

About the Kanamo Peak:

The Kanamo Peak looms behind Kibber and Tashi Gang villages, hidden away at the heart of Spiti. The Kanamo Peak Trekisfabulous and probably the best way for one to experience a climb to 6000m in India. Kanamo means ‘White Lady’. This peak can be approached and does not require any mountaineering skills and can be climbed properly if one is acclimatized. It is a fascinating trek with a different quality of Himalaya’s i.e. barren mountain desert with sparse vegetation with a touch of snow.  Once you reach the summit you will get a 360-degree view of the whole region which is very fascinating. From the summit you can get the views of faraway Kullu, Kinnaur and Ladakh. 

About the Kanamo Peak Trek:

The Kanamo Peak trek trail opens up much splendour of the mighty Himalayas. During your trek, you will come across some steep path as you approach the summit from South East side of the ridge.  You will start this exciting trek from Manali and travel to Batal, as you take the route you will catch the sight of verdant Kullu and Manali valleys along the barren terrain of Lahaul and Spiti valley through Rohtang Pass. Adding to the entire experience is the trekking experience to mesmeric Chandratal and camping by the water body. You will be making your way through Spiti Valley, passing by old world charmed monasteries and ambling through high hamlets.

The Kanamo Peak trek is rough throughout that is mix of snow, boulder moraine and scree and it is meant for the experienced trekkers who had done high altitude trekking before and not meant for beginners. The cold desert has been a motherland to thousands of Tibetans belonging to the Mahayana sect of Narayana Buddhism brimming with an authentic insight of Spitian Culture enclosed with traditional dance, dresses, home stays, architectures, local cuisine and songs deeply rooted, into the diversity of Spiti.

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Trekking Distance:  27km

Maximum Altitude: 19,600ft

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Airport: Bhuntar Airport, Kullu which is 52 Kms from Manali

ATM: Kaza, has the last ATM point before your trek begins.

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Roopkund Trek

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Probably the most popular destination for trekking from Delhi, the enchanting beauty of Roopkund promises to leave you breathless. Traversing through gurgling streams, deep forests and bewitching meadows, the trek is a special treat for photography enthusiasts and wildlife lovers alike. The ascent uphill starts from Lohajung, a tiny pass located at an elevation of about 16,000 feet above ground. From here, the climb takes about 8 days to complete.

The trek extends to the mysterious Roopkund Lake, an ancient lake which has been known to unearth remains of humans and animals belonging to the Paleolithic age. The lake remains frozen throughout the year, and stands out charmingly against the snow-capped mountains that surround it. The trek is a fairly difficult one, and requires a certain degree of expertise to complete. The Roopkund trek, however, is closed for the season, and will commence soon again. 

Distance from Delhi:
308 Kilometres approximately

Nearest Railhead:
Kathgodam Railway Station

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Bhabha Pass Trek

Counted among the most fascinating options for trekking near Delhi, Bhabha Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh lets you touch a whopping elevation of 5300 metres while transiting from Kafnu in Kinnaur to Spiti. The landscape in sight changes dramatically while you move farther from lush green forests and pastures of Kinnaur toward the barren landscapes of Spiti Valley.

Be it the velvety green meadows of Mulling or the banks of Wangar River, the entire trail is replete with specimens of nature's artistry. However, it is advisable to prepare beforehand as this moderate level trek tends to pose some challenges due to glacier covers and rocky moraine paths.

Location: Kafnu, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 545 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Snow Leopard Trek

Increase your chances to get a glimpse of rare of the rarest snow leopard by partaking in this unique trekking expedition in Ladakh, guided by snow leopard experts. Taken only by a few, this exciting trek in the lesser explored Hemis National Park also gives you a once in a lifetime opportunity to spot some other Himalayan species like Himalayan Ibex, Marmot and Shapo among many others.

The thrill of chasing a snow leopard on its snowy trail as you ascend from Zingchen to Rumbak Valley and then further to Stok La is sure to occupy a spot in your heart as one of the best experiences of your life. It is a must to keep an eye out and keep your camera handy during the trek as you don't want to waste a rare chance of immortalizing a sight of snow leopard and it one of the best trekking places near Delhi.
Location: Zingchen, Jammu & Kashmir

Distance from Delhi: 1050 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Jammu Railway Station

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Rupin Pass Trek

Get your own fair share of thrill and adventure by trekking near Delhi to Rupin Pass located at an elevation of 15,250 feet. The trek is a brilliant crossover which starts from Uttarakhand and ends in the quaint village of Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. With every turn you take in the trail a new scenery awaits your arrival.

The landscape and terrain changes throughout the trek and one gets to experience a lot in a single expedition. The famous three tier Rupin waterfall, stunning meadows, snow bridges, roaring river, and white blanket of snow covering everything are some of the sights to behold. With the Kinner Kailash in the backdrop, Rupin Pass should be on top of your list to have the best time of your life.

Location: Dhaula, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 430 km

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Dehradun Railway station

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Auli Gorson Bugyal Trek

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If you wish to be swept away by the beauty of some of the most revered Himalayan peaks like Nanda Devi, Hathi Ghodi Parvat and Nar parvat, Auli Gorson Bugyal Trek is one of the most exciting treks near Delhi.

Rolling meadows hiding under plush covers of snow during winters and a riot of colour marked by the presence of myriad flowerbeds on the grassy slopes during summers – every season brings its unique shades to the trail. Auli Gorson Bugyal can be reached from Auli without much strain on your body as the 3 km long trail is far from challenging, even for beginners.

Location: Auli, Uttarakhand

Distance from Delhi: 372 km

Difficulty Level: Easy

Nearest Railway Station: Haridwar Railway Station


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Stok Kangri Trek

Crowned as one of the highest trekkable summits not only in India but in the entire world, Stok Kangri stands at an altitude of 20,500 feet. One can have the view of the whole of Zanskar and Karakoram Range while standing at the top of Stok Kangri.

This adventurous trek in Ladakh is in every professional trekkers wishlist, such is the grandeur of this difficult yet exciting trek. From Barren deserted land, various ridges and patches of green land, multiple water bodies to glaciers, this trek will surprise you every now and then. Promising an ultimate dose of thrill in addition to some quality time in the company of nature, Stok kangri Trek is one of the finest treks near Delhi.

Location: Leh, Jammu & Kashmir

Distance from Delhi: 1,011 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Jammu Railway Station

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Markha Valley Trek

One of those treks that leave you wanting for more, Markha Valley Trek is one of the most sought after treks in Ladakh. The trek not only lets you indulge in an adventurous experience but also gives you ample opportunity to get familiar with the unique culture and rich wildlife of the region as you trudge through rocky and barren terrains in the high altitude locations.

The sights of K2 and Stok Kangri peaks are the treats that will rejuvenate you during the trek. With some serious challenges in the form of river crossings, steep ascents and descents, and long walks, it qualifies for a perfect option for adventurers with prior experience of moderate level treks near Delhi.

Location:
Leh, Jammu & Kashmir

Distance from Delhi:
1,011 km

Difficulty Level:
Difficult

Nearest Railway Station:
Jammu Railway Station

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Pin Parvati Trek

If you are in the mood for some serious action, this adrenaline charged 100 km long trekking expedition in Himachal Pradesh is certainly a tempting choice for you. This old trail takes you through Pin Parvati Pass at an elevation of 5319 metres which connects Parvati Valley in Kullu with Pin Valley in Spiti.

From the lush green landscapes of Kullu region to the dry yet appealing landscapes of Spiti region, this transit offers a trekker the best of both worlds. Though mostly recommended for experienced trekkers, Pin Parvati Trek, with a lot of daunting stretches, can be considered by seasoned trekkers as a nerve-racking challenge and it is one of the best trekking places near Delhi.
Location: Barshaini, Kullu

Distance from Delhi: 535 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Chandigarh Railway Station

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Bara Bhangal Trek

Take a break from humdrum affairs of your life in Delhi, and embark on this beautiful journey to the remote village of Bara Bhangal in Himachal Pradesh – a journey you would never want to forget. Starting from Lama Dugh near Manali, this alpine trek is an excellent choice for experienced trekkers willing to add an achievement to their life journal.

While the serene landscapes all through the trail gives you a sense of seclusion, you will get to taste a real dose of thrill as you challenge yourself to cross the narrow, steep paths and daunting moraines. To soothe your senses and keep your spirit alive, the trail cuts through various water streams and hot water springs as you swing by beautiful sites like Rani Sui and Phulan Got.

Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Distance from Delhi: 538 km

Difficulty Level: Difficult

Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

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About the Kalindi Khal Trek:


A challenging Kalindi Khal trek nestled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, feel a rush of adrenaline in your blood as you scale right up to a Himalayan pass 19521ft high. Not just that, this mesmeric place is a spiritual haven decorated by gorgeous mountains and the grandeur of nature.


Kalindi Khal trek expedition starts from Gangotri banked beside the Ganga waters. After seeking the Gangotri goddess’s blessing start off on your journey to Gaumukh, the birth point of the holy Ganges River. Get enchanted by the grasslands at Tapovan and mesmerized by several rivulets and peaks of Shivling, Bhagirathi, and Meru.


From camping beside the Vasuki Tal to breathtaking sceneries that include moraine, glaciers, and majestic peaks, this Kalindi Khal pass trek tour has it all. Prepare to encounter the many splendors of nature. Kalindi Khal is one of the most offbeat and challenging trekking destinations in India.


Quick Facts About Kalindi Khal Trek:


Kalindi Khal Trek Duration: 14N/15D

Maximum altitude: 19,521 ft.

Kalindi Khal Trek Difficulty Level: Difficult.

Kalindi Khal Pass Trek Distance: 90Km

Temperature Range: The temperature varies from 10-18 °C, -8 to 5°C, 8 -15°C, and -10 to 5°C

Best Time To Go for Kalindi Khal Pass Trek: June, July, and September, October

ATM: You will find ATMs in Dehradun

Kalindi Khal Pass Trek Start Point/End Point: Harsil to Auli

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"It was a nice trip, I loved how beautiful that place was"
"The trip was amazing. Loved the campsite, it's right next to the Parvati river and you feel relaxed just sitting there and absorbing the nature. The organisers were also amazing as they arranged for seperate tents for us and also the transportation provided was very good. The busses were very comfortable and had all the amenities promised. We had the freedom to roam around the city and the guide was well behaved, correct mix of strict and friendly."
27 October 2020
Excellent
Being my first solo trip, I was too nervous prior to boarding the bus to Kasol. But man, what a trip. First of all, I encourage all the readers to try going solo at least once especially on the mountains. The experience was overwhelming. I met other people as well in my journey that came via thrillophilia that made my trip pretty interesting. I enjoyed every bit of it. Whether it was on road, at Kasol or the kheerganga trek, I enjoyed every moment. Since it is October, the weather dropped significantly at Kheerganga, which was surprisingly pleasant for me. The trek was pretty hard but my guide helped me reach the destination comfortably. He was a lot friendly too.. I enjoyed the food as well. The best part was the bonfire at kheerganga to loosen us a bit. To sum it up, each and every moment of my trip was something I'd relish for a long, long time and I just can't wait to plan my next trip again. Thanks Thrillophilia. Cheers!
28 November 2019
Excellent
I personally loved this trip.. The parvati river and it's shooting sound, natural beauty, and campaign with this, once in a life experience. Kheerganga trekking is my first time for any trekking, but I have enjoyed a lot in the lap of the nature... Obviously don't forget the parvati kund, ohh beauty... Lastly it was a most memorable trip.. Which adopt a sweet spot in my memory, and ringing all time.
09 July 2019
Excellent
Kheerganga Trek is the best trek i have ever done. Me and my husband both trusted thrillophilia gateway for treking package. And I must say it's the best treking and camping experience for both of us. We trekked with 20 people's group with 2 guides with us. Both of them was very helpful and supportive. Treking with one guide named (Zorochi Stark) on truecaller was really fun. He was really strict about discipline but he was too funny too. Camping and food was the best at this price. We have done wrong date booking by mistaken I guess. But thanks to thrillophilia team to solve it quick and change our booking date. The way to kheerganga was really challenging as its monsoon so trek was very slippery too. But I found it as great adventure. Loved the trip
16 February 2021
Excellent
Good service and good driver.my family enjoyed good experience.my driver amarjeet sejwal polite person.he drive's safe
Great facility and a very enjoyable experience. The carts and track are in excellent condition. Very reasonable charges. Our kids loved the outing. Strongly recommended.
06 January 2021
Very Good
Nice trip, made new friends enjoyed alot.
"Trek was awesome with supportive tourist guides but hotel was very bad at service and providing rooms "
04 November 2020
Excellent
Wonderful experience and enthralling Triund trip with Devine beauty and mesmerizing breath taking views

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  1. Which are the best treks near Delhi?

    These are some enthralling treks near Delhi that you can try out.

    1. Triund Trek: The trek trail is laced with the views of the Dhauladhar range and the Kangra Valley on either sides. It is a shorter trudge that can be scaled by beginners as well. Moreover, the night sky against the lit-up nearby township are sights to behold.

    2. Roopkund Trek: One of the best and difficult treks in India, during your expedition you will witness the vast and densely forested areas, meadows, gorges and pristine snow. This is a rather longer yet enchanting treks which also lets you camp at paradiscal locations.

    3. Hampta Pass Trek: The trek takes you through the two valleys of Kullu and Lahaul that are linked with the pass. Moreover, the trail is liked by novice and experienced trekkers alike. Offering a range of changing landscapes, this trek is a delight for nature lovers.

    4. Deo Tibba Trek: Spanning over 5 days, this moderate to difficult trek is perfect for those seeking ultimate adventure. Starting from Jagatsukh in Manali, the trek takes you all the way to the second highest peak of the Pir Panjal mountain range while offering exquisite scenic environs.

    5. Benog Tibba Trek: The Benog hill is housed within the Benog Mountain Quail Sanctuary and has a steep trail. On the way you will also cross the Kempty Falls and many camping sites that are scattered around the terrain.
  2. What are some of the difficult treks near Delhi?

    1. Roopkund Trek: Nestled at an altitude of around 5,029 meters, Roopkund is also known as ‘Mystery Lake’ because of the excavation of horse remains and human skeletons of the Paleolithic era at this spot. The trek to Roopkund passes through enchanting alpine meadows, rustic villages, and the sacred Bedni Kund.
    2. Gomukh Tapovan Trek: Situated in Uttarakhand, Gomukh Tapovan Trek lets you hike through coniferous pine forests and birch plantations. In the course of the trek, you can spot the Blue mountain goats and enjoy glacier traverse, rock climbing, and mountain climbing. 
    3. Bara Bhangal Trek: Known popularly as “Shepherd's trail trek”, Bara Bhangal Trek takes the trekkers to the rugged Bara Bhangal ranges from the exuberant Kullu valley. The major attractions in this trek include the Kalihani Pass, Thamsar Pass, and Billing.  
    4. Pin Parvati Pass: Perched at an elevation of around 17,450 feet, Pin Parvati makes for a challenging trek that starts from Kaza and passes through the dense forests of the Great Himalayan National Park. 
  3. Which are the best 3 days treks near Delhi?

    1. Nag Tibba Trek: Although you can do the Nag Tibba Trek overnight, covering it over three days allows you to enjoy two camping nights at two unique campsites. The trekking trail starts from Pantwari and passes through conifer plantations and terraced farms, offering enthralling sights of the mountain peaks surrounding you.   
    2. Beas Kund Trek: The Beas Kund Trek starts from the charming Dhundi Village and passes through the Bakarthach meadows, where you will witness colorful flora and strawberry plantations. 
    3. Kheerganga Trek: Perched at an elevation of around 3050 meters, Kheerganga is a sacred spot with a small Shiva temple, a bathing kund, and a hot spring. The vast greenery and the panoramic skies of Kheerganga make for every trekker’s delight.
    4. Kareri Lake Trek: Nestled at an altitude of around 2,950 meters, Kareri is a glacial trek that attracts nature lovers. The trek to this picturesque lake passes through lush forests packed with chilgoza pines and chir pines.
  4. WFVhich are the best weekend treks near Delhi?

    1. Prashar Lake: The Prashar Lake trekking route begins from Baggi and later diverts joining the forest trail. It takes around four to six hours to complete the trek depending on your speed. 
    2. Beas Kund: Beginning from Solang Valley, this trek consists of a vast number of river crossings and green patches. It takes around eight to nine kilometers to complete this trek.
    3. Triund Trek: Beginning from Dharamkot, the Triund trek takes you through lush green forests and valleys. It is one of the most magnificent trails that offers a spellbinding view of Kangra Valley. 
  5. Which are the beginner treks near Delhi?

    1. Nag Tibba Trek: It is the most popular weekend trek from Delhi situated at the altitude of 10000 feet above the sea level. The trek is a delight for the beginners and takes you through magnificent forests of deodars and oaks.
    2. Chopta Chandrashila Trek: This trek starts from Chopta village overflowing with the red and pink flower of rhododendron. You’ll also come across many temples such as Tungnath Temple while trekking through this route.
    3. Dodital Trek: This easy to moderate level trek starts from the small hamlet of ‘Sangam Chatti Located in Uttrakhand and ends at ‘Darwa Top.’ While trekking through this route, you’ll come across deep gorges, sparkling streams, and emerald green valleys.
  6. How long does it take to trek to Hampta Pass?

    Usually 4 days are recommended for the Hampta Pass trek but it is advisable to keep a day in hand to visit the famous Chandrataal, a high altitude alpine lake few hours from Chatru.
  7. What is the best time for trekking trip near Delhi?

    The best time for trekking near Delhi is during the months from April to November as the weather is pleasant and you can enjoy the various trekking trails to their fullest.
  8. Which are the famous trekking destinations near Delhi?

    There are a number of adrenaline charged trekking spots near Delhi and as winter sets in the Delhiites look forward to having some outdoor fun in the hilly terrains of the Himachal and its neighbouring places. These trails offer some of the breath-taking vistas of the snow-capped landscapes of North India under the canopy of the sky.

     We have listed some of the most sought after trekking destinations around the capital that are as intriguing and challenging as you would ever want to experience.

    - Lansdowne
    - Kasauli Trek
    - Nag Tibba Trek
    - Roopkund Trek
    - Churdhar Trek
    - Gaumukh Tapovan Trek
    - Hampta Pass
    - Chandratal Trek
  9. Is Triund trek difficult?

    No. The Triund trek has easy to moderate difficulty levels and is scalable by people of all ages with no prior trekking experience and with no special skills as well. The total trek is 9 kms out of which around 4 kms are steep yet a comfortable climb. Moreover, the trail gets a bit tougher around the last 2 kms to the top.
  10. How difficult is Nag Tibba Trek?

    The Nag Tibba trek is fairly an easy ascent and can be scaled by beginners and amateur trekkers as well. This trek is around 10 kms and offers mesmerizing views of the Himalayan mountain ranges throughout along with thick forested lands. At the top of the summit, you can see the majestic peaks of Gangotri, Kedarnath, Srikanth and Bandarpoonch.
  11. What is the best season to visit Delhi?

    The best time to visit Delhi is during the months between February-April before the onset of summer and that between July-December before winter sets in the capital. Summers are scorching when temperature shoots up as high as 42 degrees Celsius and winters are chilling when the temperature drops down to 2 degrees Celsius.
  12. How far is Himachal from Delhi?

    Himachal is 342 kilometres via NH 44 and NH 5 from Delhi. It takes 7 hours 51 minutes to reach Himachal Pradesh from Delhi.
  13. How far is Uttarakhand from Delhi?

    Uttarakhand is 348.9 Km via NH 534 from Delhi. It takes 9 hours 16 minutes via NH 534 and 9 hours 56 minutes via NH 9 to reach Uttarakhand from Delhi
  14. What are some hill station near Delhi?

    Located within 500 kilometres from Delhi are some of the most beautiful and sought after hill stations of India that are coveted among adrenaline junkies and nomads. Shimla, Mussoorie and Ranikhet are the most popular hill stations lying within 350 km from Delhi that make amazing escapades for the Delhiites on weekends. Some of the other hill stations near Delhi are:

    - Lansdowne
    - Mcleodganj
    - Himachal Pradesh
    - Manali
    - Himachal Pradesh
    - Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh
    - Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
    - Nainital, Uttarakhand
    - Almora, Uttarakhand
    - Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
    - Kanatal, Uttarakhand
    - Chamba, Himachal Pradesh
    - Ranikhet, Uttarakhand
    - Dehradun, Uttarakhand
    - Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand
    - Palampur, Himachal Pradesh
    - Bhimtal, Uttarakhand
  15. What is Delhi known for?

    Delhi is known for its location as it is easily accessible from various hills stations. There are many spine chilling trails that call for trekkers to try their guts. Transport is readily available and you can have a hassle free experience.
  16. Where can I go for weekend near Delhi?

    Being close to some of the best trekking trails of India, Delhi offers a number of weekend escapades where you can go for short treks. Here is a list of places you must include in your itinerary for short weekend trek:

    - Nag Tibba Trek
    - Kuari Pass Trek
    - Kedarkantha Trek
    - Har Ki Doon Trek
    - Benog Tibba trek
    - Roopkund Trek
    - Bhadraj Hill Trek
    - Churdhar Trek
    - Chandratal trek
    - Gaumukh Tapovan Trek
    - Binsar Trek in Almora district
    - Churdhar Trek
    - Gaumukh Tapovan Trek
    - Hampta Pass
    - Moorie, Uttarakhand

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