Located at a height of 11,941 feet, Sandakphu trek is quite popular among backpackers and trekking enthusiasts from around the world. Though it’s the highest region in West Bengal, the trek is still relatively easy. On average, it takes about 6 days to complete the trek. On the journey, you pass through several picturesque locations, most of which are still unexplored. During the trek, you can also catch glimpses of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and the Kanchenjunga Range. The evergreen forests and snow-capped mountains make going on a Sandakphu trek in April an excellent choice.
As mentioned earlier, Sandakphu is considered to be the highest trek in the state of West Bengal. The route takes you through the Singalila Range, which is also popularly called the Singalila trek. Apart from witnessing the stunning beauty of popular peaks, you’ll also be able to catch views of the ‘Three Sisters’ and some famous peaks in Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Sandakphu weather in April allows you to explore the beauty of the region at ease.
Sandakphu Trek in April
During this period, you won’t find any snow on the trail. However, you may encounter occasional hail storms, which can cause problems if you’re not prepared. At the first sign of a hail storm, you should find shelter. The best part about Sandakphu trek in April is the blooming of rhododendrons. You’ll find most part of the trail coloured in pink and red.
The average Sandakphu temperature in April remains somewhere between 0 degree celsius and 12 degree celsius. The route of this trek is close to the border of Nepal and India. Moreover, Singalila National Park is a great place to spot the Red Panda, a rare specie. Blooming magnolias and rhododendrons make the region look beautiful. For an amazing experience, get in touch with our seasoned trekkers. Just click here.