Famous Treks in Himachal Pradesh

In this article we will talk about Himachal Pradesh, one of top tourist destinations in India, is a place famous for its astounding natural beauty, culture, and rich flora and fauna. Guarded by the Himalayas, the Himachal Pradesh is one of the most cherished spots for all trekkers around the world. 

Treks in Himachal Pradesh

With rich vegetation, a vast variety of trees like the pine, deodar, and birch, people planning to visit this place for trekking never regret their decision. There are several locations where you can trek and camping, and enjoy to the fullest, five of the top spots are mentioned below.

Top 5 Treks in Himachal Pradesh

1.  Hampta pass Trek

The Hampta Pass trek is a 35 km long trek and is located at an altitude of 4720 m on the Pre Panjal range in the Himalayas. Named after the Hamta village, this place is famous for its picturesque scenes, the eye-catching beauty of nature, and the peace that the landscape provides. On one side of the Hampta Pass trek lies the lush green valley of Kullu and on the other side is the desert valley of Lahaul. If you are someone who would love to trek across rough terrains and reach a higher altitude, this place is one of your choices. 

The experience of trekkers at Hampta pass is beyond amazing. You just enter into a completely different world and the feeling and joy is incomparable.

2. Deo Tibba base camp

Deo Tibba Base camp is famously known as the Chota Chandratal trek. The approximate altitude is 14,698 feet. This base camp provides you with a chance to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of  Deo Tibba, Indrasan peak, and Indrakila peak along with a large variety of flora and fauna. Herbs rich in medicinal properties are found in abundance at the Deo Tibba. It is a must-try trek for those who are beginners and have little or no experience of trekking. The best time to trek here is from May to October.

3. Buran Ghati

Buran Ghati trek is a 37 km long trek, located at an altitude of 15059 feet, begins at the ancient Junglik village, traverses the Dayara meadows, Chandranahan lake that remains frozen for most part of the year, and reaches the Barua on the other side of the pass. Trekking here at the Buran is once in a lifetime experience and is the place of choice for those who have experience of at least one himalyan trek and are thinking of going on a tough trek with a thrilling experience.

4. Indrahar pass trek

Treks in Himachal Pradesh

It is an easy to moderate rated trek in the Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 2,875 meters to 4,425 meters. You will come across beautiful landscapes, heartwarming sceneries, lush green fields and clear streams of Lake Mankini and Kareri on your way through this trek. It begins from McLeodganj and ends at Triund.

 

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The mesmerizing view from the pass will definitely steal away your heart and if you are a nature lover, you will be left in complete awe by the beauty of the surroundings. You will even come across a trail of flowers with beautiful diversity of flora and it will become a journey worth remembering.

 

5. Friendship Peak 

At the summit of the Friendship peak, you get a combined view of the Dhauladhar range, Pir Panjal range, and the Himalayan range. While trekking on this trail, you get a chance to cross numerous streams and witness a wide range of flora and fauna. The preferable months to visit this trek are from May to June and September to October. Although mesmerizing and astonishing, this trek requires a lot of physical stamina and energy.

 

That is the list of the top 5 treks in Himachal Pradesh. Trekking is once in a lifetime experience and one must never miss the chance of creating this memory at least once in a lifetime. You will not only gain a beautiful experience but will take with you a bundle of memories and beautiful landscapes stored and captured in your heart forever. So what are you waiting for?

 

Pack your bags, plan a trek, call your friends to accompany you and get ready for an experi of lifetime.

 

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