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3 Best Himalayan Treks To Do This Winter

Brahmatal Trek

Upto 12,250 ft
8,450
6 days
Moderate

Brahmatal is a rare trail that is accessible in peak winter - January and February. With stunning views of...

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Dayara Bugyal Trek

Upto 12,057 ft
8,900
6 days
Easy-Moderate

Dayara Bugyal is a trek that has few of India's most picturesque high altitude meadows. Do it simply for...

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Sandakphu Phalut

Upto 11,950 ft
9,750
7 days
Moderate

Sandakphu is the only trek in India from where you can see four of the tallest mountains in the...

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Best Treks For BeginnersBest Treks For Beginners

Choosing your first Himalayan trek can get confusing. Here we have shortlisted 3 best treks that offer the complete experience and give you the best taste of a Himalayan trek.

Treks For Summer 2019 (May, June)Treks For Summer 2019 (May, June)

There’s a reason why summer is peak season for Himalayan treks. The higher reaches of the Himalayas become accessible for trekking, bringing to trekkers the stark alpine zones of our country. These treks have big thrill factors. Choose these if you’re physically fit and ready for an adventurous trek in summer.

Best Spring Treks (March and April)Best Spring Treks (March and April)

At the end of winter (beginning of March), the dry landscape slowly transforms to a living and breathing ecosystem. The forests and meadows burst to life, birds and animals wake up from a winter slumber. It’s a fantastic combination of greenery and snow. It’s the best time to experience an abundance of life in the Himalayas

Challenging High Altitude TreksChallenging High Altitude Treks

Once in a while, we come across treks that offer the right mix of challenge and beauty. These are the best of them. Do these treks if you’re experienced and at the peak of your fitness level.