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India is a land of mountains and valleys, deep forests, exotic wildlife and great trails. And trekking in India is easily the most common and favored adventure sport preferred by tourists from around ...

India is a land of mountains and valleys, deep forests, exotic wildlife and great trails. And trekking in India is easily the most common and favored adventure sport preferred by tourists from around the world.

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    • Top 5 Trekking Destinations in India India is a land of mountains and valleys, deep forests, exotic wildlife and great trails. And trekking in India is easily the most common and favored adventure sport preferred by tourists from around the world. While trekking in Himalaya ranks number one in every list of best destinations for trekking; there are a number of other places in the rest of India that assures maximum excitement and fun. Here are some enthralling trekking trails for the adventure junkie in you. 1. Everest Base Camp, Nepal One of the best trekking experiences in Nepal is offered by the Everest Base Camp circuit. The terrain is the most arduous and yet appealing for trekking.
    • Lofty mountain peaks and vast glaciers line this region. The trek ranks strenuous in the level of difficulty. There is nothing more stupendous than standing face to face with the world’s mighty mountain ranges. March to May and October to November are the best seasons for trekking. Trekkers can also meet the local Sherpa tribes along the way. 2. Ladakh Ladakh is the land of beautiful mountain passes. If trekking in the Himalayas brings out the adventure spirit in you, Ladakh trekking trails will infuse fun, excitement and loads of memories. There are different trekking circuits in the region including the popular Markha Valley trek amidst scenic villages and picturesque valleys. Other famous trails in Ladakh include the toughest Stok Kangri trek; Darcha Padum trek, Tsomoriri Lake trek, Zanskar trek and the easier Chilling trek. The Chadar trek is the most interesting trek in Ladakh that involves trekking on the frozen river.
    • 3. Sikkim Sikkim may be a small state but one with mighty trekking trails. Sikkim represents one of the top destinations for trekking in India. The world’s third largest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga offers ample adventurous opportunities for trekkers. Spring and autumn are the best trekking seasons in Sikkim. Explore the beauty of trekking trails of the Dzongri trek, Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek, Sandakphu trek and the Green Lake trek in pristine Sikkim. 4. Uttarakhand The mountain ranges of Uttarakhand offer infinite possibilities for many treks, mountaineering, skiing and river rafting for every adventure lover. The foothills of the mighty Himalayas are the perfect retreat for trekking enthusiasts that can choose from a plethora of treks including Auden’s Col trek,
    • Kuari Pass trek, Nanda Devi trek, Valley of Flowers trek and Lamkhaga Pass trek besides many more. 5. Himachal Himachal is the playground of all trekking in India. The hilly and mountainous terrain is suitable for trekking across all levels of difficulty. Trekking terrains in Himachal range in elevation from 500m to 6800m. The Beas Kund trek, Bhaba Pass trek, Pin Parvati trek and Spiti Kinnaur trek are some of the renowned treks in Himachal. Besides trekking, Himachal offers maximum scope for mountaineering, heli skiing, water sports, hang gliding etc. Trekking in Himalaya represents the most popular treks in all of India. There are abundant trekking trails in this part of the country ranging from the Dolpo
    • traverse of Nepal to Nar and Phu Valley trek. While trekking is a popular activity predominantly in the North of India; there are some popular trails in the South as well in the states of Kerala and Karnataka. About us Getupandgo.in is an adventure travel company that operates out of Mumbai and Chennai, focused on helping create life changing travel experiences for people from all walks of life. Contact us Getupandgo.in, Brindavan Apartments, 19 Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Chennai 600006, India Website: www.getupandgo.in