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Best treks for Monsoon
We have chosen three of the best monsoon treks in the Himalayas. These are the best treks in July, August and September. You might get a little wet, but it’s worth every drop!
The most beautiful of them all. One day you’ll see fresh water musically flowing down over ledges, and the next day, you’ll see enormous lakes amidst mountains decorated with patches of snow. Sheep graze peacefully and horses sprint about freely in the vast meadows here. If you’re looking for a trek with the most variety, go to Tarsar Marar.
The Hampta Pass trek is Himachal’s Valley of Flowers. The landscape is strikingly similar to that of Valley of Flowers – a green narrow valley protected by snow-covered mountains. And there is the added bonus of gazing down at the barren Lahaul valley from the Pass, a stark contrast to what you left behind. If you are looking for drama, then Hampta Pass it is!
If you’re looking for a quick escape into the mountains, then Bhrigu Lake is a great option. It climbs right out of Manali into the mountains. Ahead of you, the grandest of meadows open up – fresh, green and expansive, stretching as far as the eye can see.
Best of Collections
If you’re looking for something specific, we’ve put together some collections for you here. There are treks for families, adventure-seekers and those looking for quick weekend treks. Browse through them here.
Challenging High Altitude Treks
A crystal clear alpine lake at 16,000 feet, a crossover from the lush green Pin Valley to colourful desert of Spiti, a thrilling summit climb – each of these treks have something unique on offer for the adventure seeker.
Best treks to get up-close with Big Mountains
There are some treks which give you more than just grand views of mountains. They bring you face to face with big mountains, where you can almost touch them. You camp in the shadow of these mountains and view them in their entirety – from the base to the tip. There is a limited window in the year when these are accessible and it is not too cold or too windy – April-May, September-November.
Best weekend treks
In just two days of trekking, you get to see smashing mountain views on these three treks! You also get a good camping experience! They will fit right into your weekend.
Best treks for children
If you’re looking to trek with your family, these are your best choices. They have the right mix of challenge and leisure. Make sure you avail our 50% scholarship if your child is between 8 and 12 years of age.