People have been drawn to mountains for generations. The mountains call us to them and invite us to climb their slopes. If you are looking for your next adventure, consider trekking in the Himalayas. There are so many options, it can be difficult to choose where to begin. These are the seven most popular Himalayan treks worldwide. You can also visit Nandi Hills.
Are you ready for an unforgettable journey?
Let’s take a look at some of the most popular Himalayan treks today.
There are many signs that autumn is a transitional season for nature: the satisfying crunch of leaves under your feet, light and impromptu rainfalls, cool and fresh air that gently glimmers against your skin and a feeling of calm as you welcome winter.
This experience is enhanced by the breathtaking autumn views and the Himalayan atmosphere, which can be reached by climbing higher up in altitude.
Remember that Hemkund Sahib climb is quite steep and takes a lot of skill. It’s 6km long.
2. Trek to Kashmir’s Great Lakes
This trek is a perfect example of the beauty of Kashmir, with every turn looking like a postcard of mountains and meadows and six lakes with snow patches.
This trek is difficult and requires long days of walking, hard climbs and very few exits. It is a difficult climb of 3,000 feet that takes six to seven hours.
3.Trek Beas Kund
This trek takes you to the source of the Beas River and is one Manali’s most popular hiking trails. It is worth the effort as the lake eventually tapers into smaller streams and falls that are accompanied with mountains and undulating hills.
Because Rishi Vyas (the author of the Mahabharata), bathed in this lake every day, it has special cultural significance.
This trek is suitable for beginners, but it will require endurance training and some training.
4.Trak to Hampta Pass
Hampta hike hike takes hikers from Kullu Valley’s lush greenery to Lahaul’s dry, desolate terrain in just a few steps. This abrupt transformation is the highlight, but there are other parts of oak-strewn forest, charming campsites, and peaceful mountain scenery.
In four days, trekkers can climb from 6,000 to 14,000 feet. It can take nearly nine hours to cross the pass. You don’t need to have done any trekking before but you should be fit and energetic for this trek.
Graduation: Moderate to Easy
5. Trek to Bhrigu Lake
Folklore is rich about the location of this lake, which Maharishi Bhrigu meditated.
It is approximately 20 km north of Manali and begins with beautiful meadows. Wild horses galloper through these meadows and sheep wander around the area.
The backdrop is set by the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar mountain ranges. Autumn brings wildflowers to the meadows. This reminds us of the power and mystery of nature.
This is a great trip for beginners, as it climbs to 14,000 feet and provides an exhilarating experience.
Manali Camp Ground
Graduation: Moderate to Easy
Pin Parvati Pass, no. 6
This walk is for experienced hikers who have spent many years improving their endurance and skills. The walk is full of excitement and adventure.
It will take you through a pass of 17,457 feet, which will make it a memorable experience.
You’ll travel through stunning terrain, including Buddhist communities in Spiti and forests and meadows. You will also encounter many different species of animals and plants.
As you climb higher, you will also be able to see the Pin Valley and Parvati. There are many other unusual sights along this route, including the Tunda Bhuj pulley bridge, Odi Thach meadows, and the glaciers near the pass.
The Roopkund Trek
Uttarakhand is home to the Roopkund Trek.
Roopkund, a mountain rising 4,800m above the sea level, is called Roopkund. Nainital and Kathgodam are the nearest mountain towns. Because of almost 500 bones found along its shore, it is often called “the mystery lake”. Some researchers believe that the skeletons date back to the Paleolithic period, after the discovery of jewellery and animal skeletons. The skeletons didn’t decay due to the cold environment and nearby water bodies.
It is a thrilling experience to trek through coniferous forests that line the hills. They are identified by Pindar river.
The little but stunning village of Nandi Hills, which is only 60 kilometres from Bangalore, has become the ideal weekend retreat for its residents. Nandi Hills is a well-known ancient fortification that is home to a multitude of temples, monuments, and shrines, despite being most well-known for its views and its vegetation.
There are many reminders of the great ruler Tipu Sultan’s life and legacy in the area because he once utilised it as a summer resort. In the Nandi Hills, you may still find his summer home. The residence was known as Tashk-e-Jannat, and it still draws tourists thanks to its painted walls, elaborate archways, tall pillars, and intricately carved ceilings. Also, Nandi Hills