The Himalayas are the crowning for India. The snowcapped peaks, the picturesque vistas, varied terrains, the verdant slopes & lush green valleys, the sparkling stream, the idyllic lakes, the fervent waterfalls, the rich biodiversity and the vibrant yet exclusive cultures make the visit to the Himalayas a fulfilling journey. However, if you are an adventure enthusiast then there is no better place than the versatile Himalayas that can quench your adrenalin rush. Sprawling over the states located to the north and north-east of India, you will find many tourism destinations catering some of the most aesthetic and adventurous trekking trails ever. Let’s take you on a short tour across the famous trekking trails in India.
Chadar trek is one of the most enthralling experiences of all. Walking on the frozen icy water of the Zansker River in Ladakh region will be a very heart throbbing and chilly outing for you.
If you want to experience a holy trek amidst the most green & wildlife environment with a dash of glacial snow then Gomukh trek is the one to opt for. See the origin of Ganges first hand in the Garhwal Himalayas.
Again, if you want to experience a night under the clear star-studded sky in a semi-arid cold desert then take on the Markha Valley trail in Ladakh. See the monasteries, the yak paths and the yellow leaf trees and smell the cold airs.
And if you want to experience an easy yet scenic trekking adventure then definitely try the Sandakphu trail in Darjeeling Himalayas.
The Nanda Devi Sanctuary Trek is one of the popular treks in the Garhwal Himalayan region that takes you to the abode of the sacred Goddess Nanda Devi, idolizing to India's highest peak Nanda Devi. The Rishi Ganga River originates here and then flows down from Nanda Devi to create a deep valley.