Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Trekking in Himalayas It’s Never Too Late to Start

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A vertical climb of 2000 ft, a trail into the mountains, a hike across the meadows, the crisp mountain air, and adrenalin rushing as you reach the summit- does that sound like an adventure enthusiast you read about but that’s actually the story of your first trekking expedition.

Kashmir Great Lakes Trekking

The mountains and trails have always beckoned the humans to start their journey of adventure and the story is always new. It doesn’t matter if you’re in 40s or 50s, you’re still younger than you’re going to be tomorrow, it’s never too late to get out and get going to the mountains- not to retire but to start really living. So get rid of that lazy muscles and get yourself a great backpack, a neat pair of trekking shoes, a water bottle, a cool hat, supercool glares and start walking, trudging, limping whatever you got to go with.

 

The reasons for you to go on Trekking Trip

Trekking is in vogue: Trekking has been in vogue since the time traders discovered new routes to business, since armies went trekking on training programs and the Maharajas made hunting expeditions a passion. So if you haven’t started trekking, then hey, you’re not in fashion. So put on that hat and feel like a Maharaja minus the shotgun and plus the camera and march down the royal paths to mountains.

 

You may be making history: When trekking in the beautiful valley with exotic herbs, wild flowers and protected fauna that we know as Valley of Flowers today- well we would never have known this treasure if Frank Smythe had not decided to follow the trail of wild flowers and vast meadows on his way back from the Mt Kamet Trek. Who knows what you might find or what feat you may accomplish!

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Trekking is a healthy addiction– While the rest of your mates will be groaning to get out of bed and head to the gym, you’re already up and training for the exciting trekking trip ahead. Your ‘pink of health’ status will be maintained by the path you choose and that’s not difficult when it’s a new trek path that you’re hooked to.

 

You’ll be the coolest grandparent– You can go on and on about your wild adventure tales of snow leopards, mountain goats, yetis and all .Your grandkids will be all ears and are going to love showing you off to their friends.

Read more Trekking Reasons for Couples 

 

You’ll never get bored- Nature has made sure you’re amply supplied with never ending trails to discover and by the time you finish one you’ll be planning the next exciting trek. The beauty of starting a trek is that there are so many more places waiting to be discovered.

 

You’ll make new friends– Whoever told you that you can’t make new friends when you’re older hasn’t met a trekker. The trekking world will open doors to friends who share the same crazy passion and that’s not going to happen unless you get of that couch and start walking.

 

Trekking as simple as taking that first step. Here are a few tips that have been gathered from experience that will help you hop out and prepare to take the wild road to happiness.

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Trekking Tips for Beginners 

Set a goal: Whether it’s the hill in the vicinity of your city or the Everest itself have a destination and start planning. Trekking associations are a great way to get information to get started and all it takes is making that call.

Get your gear right: Backpack, shoes, water bottle and every other gear need to be in place to avoid discomfort of strain. Your equipment will be worth every cent when you’re well on your way through challenging parts of the terrain.

Prepare: Once you know where you’re going start preparing with the everyday walks and small hikes increasing them slowly to allow your body to get in tune with the larger goal.

Remember starting is the hardest part and once you’re past that hurdle everything is a flow.  The only thing you have to do is really enjoy the trek- breathe in the freedom and fresh air and the live in the moment. So pack up the excuses and start packing for the treks you’re going to be taking.

Here are some of the best treks for beginners to start with

Here read more about Easy Treks in Uttarakhand

 

 

 

Hatu Peak Trek

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Hatu Peak is situated at an elevation of 3400m and only 8 kms from Narkanda town. Hatu Peak offers 360 degree view of the snow capped Himalayan Peak. Hatu Peak Trek takes you to the top through thick Pine, Spruce and rhododendron forests. Along the Hatu Peak trekking trail you will come across sprawling meadows, Gujjar settlements and beautiful pond. Hatu Peak trek is an easy trek suitable for family camping and trekking.

Hatu Peak Trek Duration : 6 Days 5 Nights

Destinations Covered during Hatu Peak Trek : Narkanda

Hatu Peak Trek Cost per Person: Rs 2850 per person (Ex Narkanda)

What’s Included :

  • Accommodation during Trek (Camping)
  • Meals while on trek (Veg)
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.
  • Wildlife Sanctuary Fees

What’s not Included :

  • Transport
  • Cost Escalation due to natural reason
  • Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions

 

DEPARTURES (All departures for Hatu Peak Trek are ex Narkanda)

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Hatu Peak Trek Itinerary

 

Day 1 Shimla serves as major bus link from all metros and from Shimla it takes two hour to reach Narkanda. Check in to hotel/camp and explore the surrounding area one can also go to Karena peak for acclimatizing trek. Briefing about the Hatu Peak trek and enjoy the bonfire under the open sky.

Narkanda: situated at an attitude of 2708 meters on the Hindustan Tibet Road (NH – 22), Narkanda offers a spectacular view of snowclad mountain ranges. This is an ideal retreat for the tourists who seek seclusion in mountains. It commands an unique view of the eternal snow line, the inviting apple orchards and dense forests. Narkanda is famous for Skiing & Winter sports. During these days the slopes come alive with skiers. The skiing at Narkanda was started in 1980 and since then HPTDC is conducting skiing courses every year.

Day 2 Get up early and have sumptuous breakfast and start the trek to Hatu Peak. Hatu Peak trek starting point is about 1 kilometer from Narkanda at intersection point. Initial trek is through the thick forest and after trekking for about 3 kms you get the uninterrupted views of Himalayan mountain range. Hatu peak top is a vantage point gives you panoramic views of The Great Himalayan Range and you can visit sacred Hatu Mata Temple. After spending quality time at the top trek back and relax in hotel.

Day 3 After break fast drive towards Shimla for your onward journey.

Amazing Video of Himalayas

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There’s an inexplicable charm in the beauty of the Himalayas. You cannot describe the pristine allure and their how big they are and probably the only to experience this to take a trek in the Himalayas. But in today’s time not everyone can take a trek in the Himalayas and reach up to the highest mountain in the world, the Mt. Everest. Now the modern technology comes to the rescue for those who cannot go for the trek in the Himalayas. Here is the Amazing Video of Himalayas

The Himalayas from 20,000 ft. from Teton Gravity Research

The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 ft. up to 24,000 ft. on supplemental oxygen, these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

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Stok Kangri Trek

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Stok Kangri trek is the best trek in Ladakh which takes you above 6000mts or over 20000 ft.

Stok Kangri trek is the best trek in Ladakh which takes you above 6000mts or just below 20000 ft. Stok Kangri is the highest peak in Stok range clearly visible from Leh and surrounding areas. The best part of Stok Kangri trek is that you can reach to its basecamp in just 2-3 days of trekking while in any other part of Himalayas it takes around at least 4-5 days of trekking to reach to the base camp of such high altitude peak. Stok Kangri Trek gives you an opportunity to reach this altitude without the technical expertise in mountaineering. Many mountains in Ladakh exceed an altitude of 6000 meters. Stok Kangri Trek gained considerable popularity along side its sister peak Golep Kangri. Stok Kangri is been declared as a trekking peak by Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) which means less paper work.

Trek Duration : 9 Days 8 Nights

Destinations Covered during Stok Kangri Trek: Leh, Choglamsar, Thiksey Monastery, Shey Palace, Stok Village

Cost per Person: Rs 16700 per person + 4.50% Service Tax (Ex Leh)

Early Booking Cost per Person: Rs 15950 per person + 4.50% Service Tax (Ex Leh)

What’s Included :

    • Accommodation during Trek (Camping & Guest house in Leh)
    • Meals while on trek (Veg)
    • Equipments (Tents, Sleeping Bags, Crampon & Ice Axe)
    • First aid medical kits & Oxygen Cylinder
    • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.
    • Transport as per Itinerary

What’s Not Included :

    • IMF Fee of USD 50 for Foreign Nationals
    • Mineral Water & other Beverages
    • Wildlife Fee
    • Tips & Gratuity
    • Cost incurred due to natural reasons
    • Buffer Day
    • Any Kind Of Expenses For Loss / Misplaced / Theft On Personal Belongings
    • Cost Incidental To Any Change In The Itinerary- Stay On Account Of Train Cancellation / Ill Health / Road Blocks And /   Or Any Factors Beyond Control.

DEPARTURES (All departures for The Stok Kangri Trek are ex Leh)

  • 1st July 2017- 9th July 2017
  • 8th July 2017 – 16th July 2017
  • 15th July 2017 – 23rd July 2017
  • 22nd July 2017 – 30th July 2017
  • 29th July 2017 – 6th August 2017
  • 5th August 2017 – 13th August 2017
  • 12th August 2017 – 20th August 2017
  • 19th August 2017 – 27th August 2017
  • 26th August 2017 – 3rd September 2017
  • 2nd September 2017 – 10th September 2017
  • 16th September 2017 – 24th September 2017
  • 23rd September 2017 – 1st October 2017
  • 30th September 2017 – 8th October 2017

Stok Kangri Trek Itinerary Detail

Leh (Stok Kangri Trek) DAY 1

Arrival at Leh

Arrive at Leh and check into the guest house and take complete rest for acclimatization.

Leh (Stok Kangri Trek) DAY 2

ACCLIMITIZATION DAY IN LEH

Leh is situated at an average high altitude of 3400mts, land at the only high altitude beautiful airport in Leh and check into Ladakhi family guest house and entire day is for you to relax and acclimatize to the high altitude of Leh. In the evening go for a stroll in the Leh market and enjoy the cultural and natural beauty of Leh city’s barren landscape. Make most of your acclimatization day by visiting Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Leh Monastery.

STOK VILLAGE (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 3

DRIVE FROM LEH TO STOK VILLAGE AND TREK TO MANOKARMA

Visit Leh Market and have breakfast at one of the famous restaurant of Leh and then we will start our drive to Stok Village the starting point of Stok Kangri Trek. The drive from Leh to Stok Village is a short one but a scenic one. We drive towards Manali on Manali Leh Highway and then take a right turn from Choglamsar towards Stok Village. Meet our trekking teak at Stok Village and start the trek to Manokarma. This first trekking day will show you the real beauty of barren landscape of Leh Ladakh and why Ladakh known as cold desert. It is a fairly easy trek crossing the Stok village and their hydro powered Buddhist prayer wheel.

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 4

TREK FROM MANOKARMA TO STOK KANGRI TREK BASECAMP

After breakfast we will start the next leg of Stok Kangri trek the trek to base camp. Stok Kangri trek base camp is a nice place but because of the popularity of Stok Kangri trek it’s always full house at Stok Kangri Trek basecamp.

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 5

TRAINING DAY

Today is fairly relaxed day for all trekkers. After breakfast we will go for training to nearby glacier and we will learn How to use crampons? Climbing mountains involves lot of uncertainties our trek leader will let you know about the different situations which might occur and how to deal with them. This is also the day of relaxation, So that you gain all your strength for next days summit push.

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 6

SUMMIT DAY

Today is the D day of Stok Kangri Trek, we will start early in the morning in two batches the early movers and the Pushers at 12 AM and 1 AM respectively. The Stok Kangri trek route passes the advance basecamp, moraine, and glaciers and then comes the steep slope of the summit ridge full of snow. At the start of this slope wear your crampons and start the long climb. When you will be climbing this you will feel that nobody is moving from their place for hours. This climb is the test of your physical as well as mental strength. For an average trekker it takes around 9 hours to reach the Stok Kangri Summit and if you are a slow trekker then add another 3 hours. The Stok Kangri Summit gives you spectacular views the Himalayas to Karakoram.

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 7

REST DAY (SECOND SUMMIT DAY)

After the successful summit of Stok Kangri you would be tired and need rest, today is complete rest for summiteers and those who couldn’t summit today they can go for second attempt. The beautiful location of the base camp, warm soup and playing cards would take away the pain.

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 8

STOK KANGRI BASECAMP TO LEH

The Stok Kangri trek includes high altitude trekking and mountaineering is ultimate experience would finally come to an end today at Stok Village. We will be starting early from basecamp and trekking downhill all the way till Stok Village where our vehicles will be waiting for us you to transfer to guest house in Leh.

LEH (STOK KANGRI TREK) DAY 9

Keep a Buffer day while booking your return your flight back to Delhi or alternatively plan a visit to beautiful monasteries in Leh and surrounding areas.

Essentials Things to Get for Stok Kangri Trek

· Backpack (Min 60 Ltrs) with Rain Cover
· Trekking Shoes (Forclaz 100,500 recommended)
· 3 Pairs of Full sleeve shirts/T-Shirt and Track Pants (1 should be waterproof/windproof)
· 3 Pair of cotton socks. 3 pairs of woollen socks
· 2 Full Sleeve Sweater or Fleece Jacket (preferable)
· One Heavy Jacket (Down Feather preferable)
· Thermal Inners 1 Pair
· 1 pair water proof hand gloves
· 1 Pair woollen Gloves.
· Sun Cap
· One Scarf
· Light towel
· Lip Balm
· Cold Cream & Sun Screen (SPF 40+)
· Water Bottle 1 Lt
· Headlamp or torch with fresh pair of batteries
· Personal Toilet Kit and toilet paper
· Personal Medicine Kit
· Dark Sunglasses (U/V protected)
· Walking Stick (At least one)
People who were spectacles-
Should avoid contact lenses and use use photo chromatic glasses
instead

Sandakphu Trek

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The Sandakphu trek is an absolute delight for trekkers as you can see the panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas including four of the highest peaks

The Sandakphu trek is an absolute delight for trekkers as you can see the panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas including four of the highest peaks in the world Kanchenzongda, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu. The Sandakphu trek has well laid trekking trail located in Singalila Wildlife Sanctuary and Sandakphu Trek is the highest point of West Bengal. Best time to do Sandakphu trek is May to June and mid August to October.

 

Trek Duration : 7 Days 6 Nights

Destinations Covered during Hampta Pass Trek : Manali, Hampta Pass, Chandra Tal

What’s Included :-

  • Accommodation during Trek (Camping)
  • Meals while on trek(Veg)
  • Permits
  • First aid medical kits
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.

DEPARTURES (All departures for The Sandakphu Trek are ex Darjeeling)

  • 1st Batch : 10th June -14th June 2015
  • 2nd Batch : 16th June-20th June 2015
  • 3nd Batch : 22th June-26th June 2015
  • 4th Batch: 6th September-10th September 2015
  • 5th Batch: 13th September-17th September 2015
  • 6th Batch: 2th October-6th October 2015
  • 7th Batch: 11th October-15th October 2015

Cost per Person: Rs 8950 per person (Ex Darjeeling)

Sandakphu Trek Itinerary Detail

Tonglu     (Sandakphu Trek) DAY 1

DRIVE FROM DARJEELING TO MANEYBHANJANG VIA GHOOM (11KMS, 6 HRS)

We will start our trek after an early morning drive from Darjeeling to Maneybhanjang a small Buddhist Sherpa village. Our first camp will be at Tonglu and trek to Tonglu is through dense forest and hillside covered with wild flowers and breathtaking view of Kanchendzonga and its neighbouring peaks like Kabru north, Sleeping Buddha etc. Overnight stay in tents.

Kalipokhari (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 2

 TREK FROM TONGLU TO Kalipokhari (15 KM, 6 HRS)

Start our trekking after an early morning exercise and breakfast through farmlands and small village inhabited with friendly villagers. You will find the rhododendron flowers in abundance along the trek route. Overnight stay in tents or huts at Kalipokhari.

Sandakphu (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 3

TREK FROM Kalipokhari TO Sandakphu (10 KM, 5 HRS)

Sandakphu is situated at an altitude of 3636m and is around 58 kms from Darjeeling and commands some the spectacular views of Kanchendzonga massif and other near by Himalayan peaks. The initial trek descends to the “Valley of Poison” – Bikhebhangang and then steep climb to Sandakphu which takes around 3-4 hours.

Phalut (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 4

TREK FROM Sandakphu TO Phalut TOP ( 20 KM 9HRS)

Phalut is the highest point in the Singalila Range and trek from Sandakphu to Phalut is most fascinating part of the entire Sandakphu Trek. Silver fir forest and rhodendron makes most of the beautiful scene.

Rammam (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 5

TREK FROM Phalut TO Rammam via Gorkhey (13 KM, 6 HRS)

Start your trek through beautiful dense forest of Pines, Chestnut, Hemlock, Oak etc till the trail reaches the meeting point of two streams called Gorkhey. Gorkhey is small beautiful place where you can enjoy your packed lunch after a bath in the stream. After enjoying our lunch we will trek further towards Rammam.

Rimbik (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 6

TREK FROM Rammam TO Rimbik (19 KM, 7 HRS)

The trekking trail from Rammam to Rimbik is almost level walk for around 9 Kms and then it descends to small village called Sirikhola and then after 1 Kms of steep trekking we reach Rimbik. Overnight stay in tent of trekker’s hut.

Darjeeling (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 7

Drive from Rimbik to Darjeeling (54 KM, 3 HRS)

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Top 5 classic Trekking in India

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These 5 classic trekking in India Himalayas routes are just meant for hardcore high altitude trekkers.

India has 70% of Himalayas and there are wonderful trekking routes as per everyone’s need from easy hikes to Trekking in India expeditions with sublime beauty check these guys out. Trekking in India Himalayas is like going to a top notch university where you learn about the nuances of simple life. Trekking in India Himalayas also gives you many breathtaking moments that stay with you for life. Trekking in India Himalayas is a thrilling blend of adrenalin rush and adventure, and a test of physical as well as mental stamina. A trekking trip to Himalayas is the most revitalizing relationship with Mother Nature. These 5 classic trekking in Himalayas routes are just meant for hardcore high altitude trekkers. Each of these treks in the Himalayas should be explored as each has its own unique landscape for your memoir.

The audacious Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Pin Parvati Pass trek is known as most stunning trekking expedition in the Indian Himalayas. Pin Parvati Pass Trek is for those who seeks gush of adrenaline. It starts from the lush green woods and vast meadow of beautiful Parvati Valley and ends in barren landscape and beautiful monasteries of Pin Valley in Spiti. The spectacular Pin Parvati Pass is full of adventure and thrills. Pin Parvati Pass trek is a risky and difficult pass because of its altitude, long trek and heavy snow around the year. Pin Parvati Pass trek gets its name because it links Parvati Valley to Pin Valley in Spiti.

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Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Photo Credit: Anshul Soni

  • Altitude: 5319 m
  • Duration: 12 days
  • Best time to visit: July to September
  • Grade: challenging
  • Must see: Khirganga
  • Tips: Live like locals at Barsheni Village

Gargantuan Kalindi Khal Pass Trek

KalindiKhal Pass Trek is one the most adventures and satisfying trek option for trekkers seeking challenging treks. KalindiKhal pass trek is located in Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand State and it connects Gangotri to Badrinath. The KalindiKhal Pass Trek route crosses many glaciers, lakes, valleys and goes through Chirbasa, Bhojbasa, Gaumukh, Nandanvan, Khara Pathar, Vasuki tal, Arwa Tal, Mana and Badrinath.

 

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Photo Credit: Kalindi Khal Trek Blog

  • Altitude: 5946 m
  • Duration: 13 days
  • Best time to visit: June to September
  • Grade: Difficult
  • Must see: Breathtaking view Shivling Peak
  • Tip: Take Water supplements

Trans Zanskar Trek

“Trans” word itself makes anything tougher than you think like Trans Himalayan Jeep Safari, which crosses the Might Himalayas and so on the Trans Zanskar Trek which is one of the most demanding treks in Leh Ladakh. Trans Zanskar trek gives you the best of Leh Ladakh in every sense, be it the views of Ladakh’s majestic monasteries or people of ladakh or its contrasting landscape. The Trans Zanskar trek begins at Lamayuru Monastery which gives a chance to peep in to the the culture and lifestyle of Ladakhi people.

 

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  • Altitude: 5060 m
  • Duration: 22 days
  • Best time to visit: July to October
  • Grade: difficult
  • Must try: Stay with Local Village
  • Tip: Carry some nuts for the long trek

 The Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek

Nanda Devi is considered one of the most technical peak in the world and its the highest mountain wholly in India and Nanda Devi East Camp Trek is one of most popular treks in the world which begins at Munsyari (2290 m) along the Gori Ganga river. This trek is a delight for photography enthusiast. One can shoot the golden light hitting the peaks of Nanda Devi and lifestyle of the local people at Lilam, Tola, Martoli & Ganghar Villages along the Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek route. Furthermore Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek you can get spectacular views of Trishul peaks of the Himalayas.

 

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Nanda Devi East Basecamp Trek
  • Altitude: 4100 m
  • Duration: 12 days
  • Best time to visit: May to June or Sep to Oct
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Must see: Village, high peaks and glaciers
  • Tip: Capture the Nanda Devi’s golden glow

The Green Lake Trek – Sikkim

The trekking expedition to green lake in North Sikkim is one of the most enchanting treks in India. Combination of natural beauty of flora and fauna with majestic views of high Himalayan peaks is a remarkable experience for any trekking enthusiasts.  The highlights of Sikkim Green Lake Trek are magnificent peaks of Sinolchu, Zamu glacier of Kanchendzonga and mighty Kanchendzonga itself.

 

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Green Lake trek Sikkim
  • Altitude: 5050 m
  • Duration: 13 days
  • Best time to visit: May to June and Sep to Dec
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Must See: 5 peaks of Kanchendzonga
  • Tip: Sikkim Himalayas are tropical

Trekking in India – the other Popular treks

Chadar Trek

Hampta Pass Trek

Dodital Trek

Dayara Bugyal trek

Malana Trek

Chopta Tungnath Trek

These moderate to challenging treks in Indian Himalayas gives you the complete adventure.

Upcoming Treks

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Upcoming Treks in the Himalayas

 

Upcoming Treks in November 2016

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Beas Kund Trek 12th November 2016
3 Days Easy
Kuari Pass Trek 26th November 2016
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Nag Tibba Trek 12th November 2016
26th November 2016
3 Days Easy

 Upcoming Treks in December 2016

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kedarkantha Trek 3rd December 2016
10th December 2016
17th December 2016
18th December 2016
19th December 2016
20th December 2016
21st December 2016
22nd December 2016
23rd December 2016
24th December 2016
25th December 2016
26th December 2016
27th December 2016
28th December 2016
29th December 2016
30th December 2016
31st December 2016
5 Days Easy
Har Ki Dun 24th December 2016
28th December 2016
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 3rd December 2016
10th December 2016
17th December 2016
24th December 2016
4 Days Easy
Nag Tibba Trek 17th December 2016
19th December 2016
23rd December 2016
24th December 2016
25th December 2016
30th December 2016
31st December 2016
3 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in January 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Chadar Trek 21st January 2017
28th January 2017
9 Days Moderate Trek
Har Ki Dun 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
14th January 2017
21st January 2017
28th January 2017
7Days Easy – Moderate
Kuari Pass Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
14th January 2017
21th January 2017
28th January 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Nag Tibba Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
6th January 2017
13th January 2017
20th January 2017
27st January 2017
3 Days Easy
Kedarkantha Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
9th January 2017
21st January 2017
22nd January 2017
25th January 2017
28th January 2017
5 Days Easy
Auli-Skiing Trek 23rd January 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in February 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25th February 2017
5 Days Easy
kuari-pass-trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25rd February 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Har-ki-dun-trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25th February 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Auli-Skiing Trek 5th February 2017
12th February 2017
19th February 2017
26th February 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in March 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 4th March 2017
11th March 2017
18th March 2017
25th March 2017
5 Days Easy
Har-ki-dun-trek 4th March 2017
11th March 2017
18th March 2017
25th March 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Auli-Skiing Trek 5th March 2017
19th March 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in April 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 1st April 2017
8th April 2017
15th April 2017
22nd April 2017
29th April 2017
5 Days Easy
Har-ki-dun-trek 1st April 2017
8th April 2017
15th April 2017
22nd April 2017
29th April 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate

Upcoming Treks in May 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kedarkantha Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
5 Days Easy
kuari Pass Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 5th May 2017
12th May 2017
19th May 2017
26th May 2017
3 Days Easy
Bhrigu lake Trek 5th May 2017
12th May 2017
19th May 2017
26th May 2017
3 Days Easy – Moderate
Har-ki-dun-trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Roopkund Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
8 Days Moderate

Upcoming Treks in June 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kuari pass trek 3rd June 2017
10th June 2017
17th June 2017
24th June 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 2nd June 2017
9th June 2017
16th June 2017
23rd June 2017
30th June 2017
3 Days Easy
Bhrigu lake Trek 2nd June 2017
9th June 2017
16th June 2017
23rd June 2017
30th June 2017
3 Days Easy – Moderate
Roopkund Trek 3rd June 2017
17th June 2017
8 Days Moderate

Upcoming Treks in July 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 1st July 2017
2nd July 2017
8th July 2017
9th July 2017
15th July 2017
16th July 2017
22nd July 2017
23rd July 2017
29th July 2017
30th July 2017
6 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in August 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 5th August 2017
6th August 2017
12th August 2017
13th August 2017
19th August 2017
20th August 2017
26th August 2017
27th August 2017
6 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in September 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 2nd September 2017
3rd September 2017
9th September 2017
10th September 2017
6 Days Easy