Eight Best Treks for summer 2019 in India

Summers is the hottest season of the year  however interesting and entertaining season as well  we can also  enjoy exciting and adventures summer treks… let’s have a  pictorial journey of some of the best summer treks in India.

01. The Pin Parvati Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Pin Parvati Pass, which is located in Himachal Pradesh, is one of the best ways to connect you with nature … Trek through the lush green forests, over towering hills, across the pretty mountains! The Pin Parvati Pass in Himachal will take you close to nature like no place does! The trek crosses the lush Parvati Valley and takes you to the pretty Spiti Valley. Considered as one of the toughest treks, this pass remains covered with snow round the year. Only experienced trekkers are recommended, and in this eleven days trek, you’ll wander through pretty alpine forests, will get to witness some rare flowers, green fields and the scenic beauty that will stun you! Also you might come across Himalayan brown bears in the region. The trek commences from Kullu and ends at Rudranath.

  • Location: Himachal Pradesh
  • Altitude: 17000 ft
  • Category: Difficult
  • Days: 11 Best time: July to September

02. Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

This one is simply gorgeous and the stories that surround the place are too mysterious. The trek is beautiful, adventurous and full of thrilling experiences. Located in Garhwal Mountains of Chamoli, this Roopkund Lake is full of myths and popularly known as ‘skeleton lake’, as hundreds of human skeletons were found in the lake in 1942. The trek begins and ends at Lohajung.

  • Location: Uttarakhand
  • Altitude: 15900 ft
  • Category: Moderate to Difficult
  • Days: 8 Best time: April to June

03 Bagini Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

The next amazing and thrilling trek is Bagini Glacier Trek in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. This trek will take you through some extremely gorgeous snow capped peaks of Doonagiri, Changa Banga and Kalanka. You’ll be simply mesmerised with the peace and tranquility that engulfs the place. This is a eight days trek which begins from Joshimath and in your journey you’ll cross through some scenic hamlets.

  • Location: Uttarakhand
  • Altitude: 14800 ft
  • Category: Easy to Moderate
  • Days: 8
  • Best time: May to June and September to October

04. Stok Kangri Trek, Ladakh

This place will give u an unusual and exciting experience. This trek will take you to the majestic Stok Kangri peak and is considered as one of the most challenging treks. For those who wish to experience thrill than this is the best place to serve the purpose well. Around 24 km Leh, this is the highest peak of the Himalayan Stok region. Because of its great height, this trek is no recommended for beginners because breathing gets quite difficult at such heights, and weather also changes unexpectedly. Thats why only experienced trekkers are advised to undertake this trek.

  • Location: Ladakh
  • Altitude: 16300 ft
  • Category: Difficult
  • Days: 9 Best time: May to October

05. Bhrigu Lake, Himachal Pradesh

Bhrigu Lake trek is for those who are looking for quick trekking options as this can be done in just two days time. It is a beautiful trek that goes though meadows and forests close to Rohtang Pass. This trek is considered as the best trek for people who are trekking for the first time.

  • Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh
  • Altitude: 14000 ft
  • Category: Easy
  • Days: 2 to 3 days
  • Best time: June to September

06. Goecha La Trek, Sikkim

Goecha La Trek is simply mesmerising but a bit challenging. It offers  towering sight of Mountain Kabru and Kanchenjunga, this pass is the topmost peak where a trekker can reach in the Himalayan region of Sikkim. The view of Mount Kanchenjunga, which is also the third highest mountain in the world, is quite stunning! The shortest route starts and ends at the same point, i.e., Yuksom Village.

  • Location: Yuksom, Sikkim
  • Altitude: 16000 ft
  • Category: Moderate to Difficult
  • Days: 9
  • Best time: April to June

07 Hampta Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Hampta Pass trekking is best for beginners and falls under easy category. Located in the gorgeous hill station Manali, this trek can be done throughout the year, though some people prefer summers. This beautiful trek connects Kullu and Lahaul valleys and trekkers get to witness nature in its purest form. The path goes through lush green valleys, cascading waterfalls, and also a sheet of white snow and green forests. The trek begins from Manali and ends at Chandratal.

  • Location: Manali, Himachal Pradesh
  • Altitude: 14000 ft
  • Category: Easy
  • Days: 5
  • Best time: June to September

08. Rupin Pass, Himachal Pradesh

Rupin Pass in Himachal Pradesh is gorgeous beyond words. This one is the perfect choice for the trekkers who are looking for a moderately challenging trek.This is a eight days trek which begins from a tiny village Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ends in Himachal Pradesh’s Sangla. The path will take you through some breathtaking Himalayan ranges and the scenic beauty you get to witness here will remind you of a painter’s dream.

  • Location: Dhaula, Uttrakhand
  • Altitude: 15000 ft
  • Category: Medium
  • Days: 8
  • Best time: May, June and September

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *