Here is a list of all our upcoming treks

Start with these. They are our featured winter treks.

Click on the name of the trek to know more

All of these have great snow cover in winter

Mukta Top
(secluded/great forest variety)

Dayara Bugyal (great for beginners/families)
Brahmatal (popular winter trek/super all round variety)
Deoriatal Chandrashila (popular winter trek/super all round variety)

Featured treks are the winter treks we strongly recommend. They are the treks that give the highest trek experience.

Having said that, feel free to scroll through our regular treks as well.

And here are the winter treks. They are filling fast (Dec, Jan, Feb) 

Easy/Moderate

Kedarkantha
(most popular, crowded)

Mukta Top
(secluded, slightly more moderate than other winter treks)

Dayara Bugyal
(getting popular/ superb for beginners and families)

Brahmatal
(very popular, crowded, great variety)

Deoriatal Chandrashila
(re-opened, classic trek, greatest mountain views)

Sandakphu
(popular, Indo Nepal trek)

Chhattisgarh Jungle Trek
(Jungle book trek, unusual experience)

Har Ki Dun-Ruinsara Tal
(classic, ancient-culture, superb scenery)

Nag Tibba trek
(our most popular weekend trek)

Sainj Valley trek (new weekend trek close to Manali)

Or here are the treks that are starting in Oct, Nov (Autumn-Early winter)

Easy/Moderate

Chandranahan Lake Trek
(moderate difficult, superb meadows, trek to source of river)

Phulara Ridge
(best ridge trek in India)

Dayara Bugyal
(good for families/beginners)

Har Ki Dun Ruinsara Tal
(classic, ancient-culture, superb scenery)

Deoriatal Chandrashila
(classic, re-opened, greatest mountain views)

Sandakphu
(popular, Indo Nepal trek)

Chhattisgarh Jungle Trek
(Jungle book trek, unusual experience)

Brahmatal (super all round variety)

Moderate Difficult

Khopra Ridge
(astounding mountain views)

Rupin Pass
(popular, crowded)

Annapurna Base Camp
(popular, Nepal)

Weekend Treks

Deoban Weekend trek
(good weekend trek for beginners)

Sainj Valley trek
(new weekend trek close to Manali)

Nag Tibba Trek
(our most popular weekend trek)