Wild and Free: Trek your heart out in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh

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Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is the state of beautiful mountains and poetic valley, offering an ultimate trekking destination.  Here we will mention 5 best and easy treks in Himachal Pradesh which are worth a try.

Triund trek

Triund trek

 

Difficulty level: Easy

Maximum elevation: 4,324 Meters

Triund is the glorifying gem of Dharamsala. It will give the best scenic trekking experience of Himachal that is simply perfect for newbies.  The expedition starts with a short 9 km trail from Dharamkot which can be easily accomplished within 5-6 hours. Treat your eyes with the sizzling panorama of Dhauladhar range and the view of mesmerizing Kangra valley on other side. For the experienced adventurers there is another opportunity to take the trekking in another level by taking 17 km road up ahead from Triund towards Indrahar pass. From here the trekking will be challenging but the beauty will take all of your tiredness away.

Season of Trekking: May & June, September & November.

Hampta Pass trek

Hampta Pass trek

 

Difficulty level: Moderate

Maximum elevation: 4,400 Meters

The beginning point of the trail is Rambagh circle of Manali. The journey offers the perfect green meadows, snow white mountains and the colourful, ively flora and fauna. The glistening white snow covers the Himalayan ranges like a milky white carpet. You will never forget the majestic view of these snow mountains.  It’ll hardly take a week to complete the 26 kilometre trek. The trekking ends at Chhatru, where you will meet the gorgeous beauty of Hampta pass, Rohtang and Spiti valley.

Season of Trekking: May & June, August & September.

Bhrigu Lake trek

Bhrigu Lake trek

 

Difficulty level:  Easy beginnings with some moderate difficulties on the way

Maximum elevation:  4,270 meters

This trekking also begins from Manali.  You will witness the pretty portrait of Solang valley, Rohtang pass and Kullu. Snow covered Pir Panjal range and the vast greenery of Dhauladhar ranges will delight your trekking.  If the weather is good, the trekking of 45 kilometres will be covered within 4 days without any hitch. The trekking gets over at snow covered Bhrigu Lake.

Season of Trekking: May & June, September & November.

Deo Tibba base camp trek

Deo Tibba base camp trek

 

Difficulty level: Moderate

Maximum elevation: 4,480 meters

This Base Camp trekking is popular for the view of Gaddi shepherds’ beautiful green pastures, the majestic Mt. Deo Tibba’s ice glaciers and crystal clear blue watery Lake Chandertal. Starting from Manali, the trail will end at the base of Deo Tibba after crossing 55 kilometres. It will take around four to five days when you will be resting quietly at 4,480 meter height.  On the way of the trek you will discover colourful wild flowers in the green meadows, the snow white mountains and fresh lakes originating from the glaciers.

Season of Trekking:  May to October.

Malana village trek

Malana village trek

 

Difficulty level:  Easy

Maximum elevation: 3,360 meters

Malana Village is still a nature’s child growing beautifully away from the modern materialistic development.  Malanaha has kept itself away from all the hustle and bustle of city life. And this thing has made Malana the prettiest and unique. The trek starts from Jari and after five kilometre trek you will reach at the end point of Malana village within 1 to 2 hours. However, before entering the village you should know that you cannot touch anything of the Village you wish and you are also not permitted to take photos wherever you want. They villagers have their own traditions and some regulations. If you violate any of the rules, you will be fined.

Season of Trekking:  April to July & September to November.

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