Trekking Sites for Adventure Seekers

Regularly we see one or the other trekking sites being added to the traveler’s bucket list. As more and more trekking sites are being introduced, there is a higher chance for the trekking enthusiasts to gear up themselves for an exciting adventure. From Kanyakumari to Kashmir, the land of India is all covered up with myriads of trekking spots. If you’ve got the willpower and a real interest, here is some input from our side –

Trekking Sites for Adventure Seekers

Trek at the Valley of Flowers –

The white clouds, snow-capped mountain ranges, and green meadows all blend together to mark a genuinely delightful trekking destination. As you start your journey through the 14,400 feet altitude to finally reach the Valley of Flowers, you will mark the presence of numerous streams and rivulets meandering here and there. If you want to know more about this place, check out some amazing thrillophilia reviews.

Location – Uttarakhand

Altitude – 14,400 feet

Temperature – 12 to 20 degrees (daytime) and 4 to 10 degrees (night)

Difficulty level – Easy to moderate

Nearest Airport – Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun)

Trekking length – 47 km

Best Season – Start of June until the start of October

Chandrashila Trek –

Chadrashila trekking spot is nestled amidst the verdant Himalayan mountain ranges. This is a summer trekker’s paradise where you trek amidst the valley flooded with vibrant colored rhododendron flowers blooming to their best. The stunning valleys and peaks covered with vast greenery remain the central attraction of this piece of land. Besides, the starting point of this trekking spot – the Tunganath features a thick cover of deodar trees.

Location – Haridwar

Altitude – 12,083 feet

Temperature – 8 to 15 degrees (daytime) and -5 to 3 degrees (night)

Difficulty level – Easy

Nearest Airport – Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun)

Trekking length – 5 km

Best Season – April to June

Enjoy the captivating scenery of the Bhrigu Lake –

There is no eye-soothing destination for the travelers and nature lovers other than Bhrigu Lake. Perched atop a great height, the magnificence illustration created by the lake will inevitably force you to fall hard for it. The high altitude alpine meadows covered with a thick cover of oak and rhododendron is the central attraction of this trekking spot.

Location – Manali

Altitude – 14,000 feet

Temperature – 13 to 18 degrees (daytime) and 0 to 7 degrees (night)

Difficulty level – Easy to moderate

Nearest Airport – Bhuntar Airport (Manali)

Trekking length – 26 km

Best Season – Before June or after July

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Chadar Trek –

Famous as the frozen river trek, the Chadar trek is the endpoint of the search mission for all the winter trekking enthusiasts. If you are planning your visit to the Zanskar Valley, this frozen river trek is something you should never afford to miss. This trek takes place over the frozen surface of the River Zanskar nestled amidst the snow-capped mountain ranges. Maneuvering through the narrow ridges of the pass that forms a Chadar Trek ain’t for the weak hearts as the temperature may drop as lowest as possible.

Location – Ladakh

Altitude – 3390 meters

Temperature – 15 to 20 degrees (daytime) and -25 to -35 degrees (night)

Difficulty level – Difficult

Nearest Airport – Leh-Ladakh International Airport

Trekking length – 12 km

Best Season – January and February

Nag Tibba Trek –

Nag Tibba Trek is an alluring trekking paradise with absolutely no threat of altitude sickness. Also known as the Serpent Peak trek, the route to reach the top summit here trespasses through several layers of thick jungles and meadows. The rich flora and fauna keep all the trekking enthusiasts back to adore the regions reverberating beauty. Nevertheless, a camping experience here is a memory to carry forward for the rest of your life.

Location – Ladakh

Altitude – 9910 feet

Temperature – 14 to 20 degrees (daytime) and 6 to 14 degrees (night)

Difficulty level – Easy

Nearest Airport – Jolly Grant Airport (Dehradun)

Trekking length – 15 km

Best Season – March to June and September to December

Devkund Waterfall Trek –

One of the most adored trekking spots of Maharashtra, the Devkund Waterfall Trek, is a nature lover’s spot. It is an excellent delight to trek all the way through a verdant green cover and finally be blessed with an engaging sight of a plunge waterfall gushing into large quantities of water through the rocky surface.

Location – Pune

Altitude – 80 feet

Difficulty level – Easy to Moderate

Nearest Airport –Pune Airport

Trekking length – 10 km

Best Season – July and August

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