Himalaya also called Abode of snow has always been source of inspiration for trekkers to explore far and further. It has its own place in the heart of trekkers/mountaineers. Trekking starts with smalls treks but once been to Himalayas, it becomes difficult to stop coming here. Himalaya, being youngest and Highest mountain range of the world, offers number of opportunities for trekkers and mountaineers in terms of small/difficult treks where you may need to stay in jungle for 3-4 days, experience culture of mountain villages and meet some of least touch civilizations.

One also experience pure water and healthy environment. Even though being hard work of hiking, trekker returns home rejuvenated and unforgettable memories from Himalaya. I have classified all my treks into two categories and below is the brief and you can click on the link for more information.

EASY TREKS are well laid trails with villages/huts on the way and can be done without the help of guide with some pre-planning. Since these are not very steep/long route, a minimum level of fitness attained after working out for 3-4 months should be enough.

Valley of Flowers Trek
Valley of flower is a beautiful ground where variety of flowers blooms in the summers. Valley is famous for multiple
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Kheer Ganga Trek
Kheer Ganga iis divine place situated in Parbati Valley of Western Himalaya in Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, There is
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Nag Tibba Trek
Nag Tibba (‘Serpent’s Peak’), 3,022 metres (9,915 ft), is the highest peak in the lesser himalayan region of Uttarakhand state
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Dain Kund Trek
Dain kund trek is off route from Dalhousie – Khajjiar Road but this diversion is worth taking since you will
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Triund Trek
Triund is a beautiful ground situated amidst Dhauladhar ranges of Western Himalaya and provides unparallel view to Hanuman Tibba which
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MODERATE TREKS involves long walks, unpredictable weather and usually no village/huts on the route and requires very good fitness level. It is also advisable to hire a guide/porter.