- KEDARKANTHA TREK
This 5-day journey to Kedarkantha is a brilliant experience that takes you to a height of 12,500 feet. This journey is decently hard for those hoping to investigate the Himalayan mountain ranges. Kedarkantha is a significant mainstream objective among enthusiastic travelers. On this journey, you’ll journey across woodlands, meadows, and snowfields, and rest in elevated tents at grand areas covered with a day off. A feature of this journey aside from the Kedarkantha culmination is Juda Ka Taal, which is a captivating lake flanked by thick woods on one side and knolls on the other.
- VALLEY OF FLOWERS TREK
The Valley of Flowers, situated in the Chamoli area of Uttarakhand, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. overlooked by the wonderful Zanskar ranges, this area brags in excess of 300 sorts of snow-capped flowers, other than biodiversity which has remained moderately immaculate.
The best and ideal opportunity for visiting it is the monsoon season since this is the point at which the flowers are in full bloom. The trek for Valley of Flowers starts from Ghangaria. The feature of the journey is the point at which you arrive at the Valley of Flowers, which is full of colorful flowers of various types. The generally seen flowers in this place are marigold, poppies, daisies, and primulas.
- ADI KAILASH TREK
The Adi Kailash Trek is a tough trek that takes you to the core of the Kumaon Himalayas making it among 10 of the best climbing places in India. Remaining at an altitude of 6310m in the region of Pithoragarh, it resembles the heavenly Mt. Kailash in Tibet, hence getting its name as Adi Kailash or Chhota Kailash. The trek is surely difficult and requires some sort of involvement with trekking. It begins from Tawaghat, which can be reached by road from Darchula.
The trekking course covers the territory of Lamari, Budhi, Nabhi, Nampa, Kutti, Jyollingkong, Nabidhang, and Kala Pani. At Gunji, the course parts into two, trekkers can decide to take a diversion and first observe Om Parvat. Over the span of the trek, one additionally gets an occasion to appreciate the radiant mountain scopes of Annapurna, Kali River, woodlands, and the popular Narayana Ashram. The acclaimed water bodies here are Parvati Sarovar, Gauri Kund, and Aachri Tal.
- AULI GORDON BUGYAL
The Auli Gorson Bugyal Trek is one of the most renowned treks in Uttarakhand. The alpine forests and deodar trees are just like a treat to the eyes.
While the course of the trek is specked with beautiful flowers in summers, it gets shrouded in ice in winter, making it somewhat hard to trek, however even more wonderful.
- KHEERGANAG TREK
An appealing river, Kheerganga is a standout amongst other travel destinations as it seems like making the way for paradise. You will fail to remember the tallying of time when you continue to move forward. At last, you will have the option to cover this 12 km trek in 5 to 6 hours or greatest a day. It becomes hopelessly enamored with the magnificence of Kheerganga absolute.
- MT. KINNER KAILASH
Mt. Kinner Kailash is located at 6050m, and the Kinner Kailash trek is included among the best treks in the Himalayas. It is accepted to be the residence of Lord Shiva from where he practices authority over the universe. It holds immense religious importance for the Hindus in view of the tremendous Shiva Lingam which is the portrayal of Lord Shiva. The stone development is about 24m in height. The shade of the Shivalinga changes as the day passes. Enthusiasts to this spot start their trek from Tangling Village and return to Sangla Valley. One can likewise visit Chitkul, the last possessed town of India on the Indo-Tibetan Border.
- THE GOMUKH TAPOVAN
The Gomukh Tapovan Trek is supposed to be the best trekking place in India, because of its beauty and spiritual importance. The trek along the heavenly Bhagirathi River takes the traveler straight up to the origin of the river which is generally known as Gomukh. The camp at Tapovan offers the absolute most uncommon destinations in the Himalayas for example the view of eight exciting pinnacles Bhagirathi I, II, III, Mt. Shivling, Chaturanga, Meru Parvat, Bhirgupanth, and Sudarshan. Numerous different pinnacles that offer a splendid view of the Gangotri Glacier are likewise the charming part of this trek.