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10 Best Trek Trails In India

Rekindle your love towards nature by going to these amazing treks in India you never knew existed. For more details on the same visit Thrillophilia

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The Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh

The Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh

The Markha Valley Trek is one of the rewarding journeys that you can take in the charming ‘Little Tibet’. The beauty and serenity of the surroundings make the experience an enjoyable one. This region remains covered in snow during the winter months. As the snow thaws, the landscape blooms into myriad colours and presents a picture of breathtaking beauty. The Markha Valley trek begins at Zingchen.
Best Season: June to October
Difficulty Level: Difficult

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Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

For a unique experience in the Himalayas, opt for the Roopkund trek. From lush green forests to sparkling streams, this experience unravels the marvels of nature.The trek lasts for about six to seven days and takes you through some of the most beautiful places in the Himalayan range. The journey begins at Lohajung, which is situated at an elevation of 8,300 feet. From there, the expedition will take you to places such as Didina, Bedni Bugyal, Bhagwabasa and Patar Nachauni. Revel in green covered hills, crystal clear lakes, snow covered peaks and flower laden gardens while on the expedition. If you are a photography enthusiast, this journey will give you innumerable photo opportunities too.
Best Season: August to October
Difficulty Level: Difficult

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Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka

Kudremukh Trek, Karnataka

Kudremukh is one of the most popular destinations for trekking in India. This hill is situated in Karnataka and derives its name from the Kannada words ‘Kudre’ and ‘Mukh’ which mean horse face. The hill has a peculiar shape which resembles the face of a horse and hence the name. This trek is an amazing experience as the landscape offers a gentle gradient in the initial phases and then a more challenging one as a person reaches the summit. You will pass through several stunning places during you journey to the top. This trip can be undertaken in one day and can be enjoyed by novices as well as professionals.
Best Season: November to February
Difficulty Level: Difficult

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Dzongri Trek, Sikkim

Dzongri Trek, Sikkim

Among the popular ones, the Dzongri trek ideal for those who do not wish to undertake long and hard trekking journeys. The gradient is gentle on this trek and it can easily be completed in eight days. This journey will take through beautiful oak forests, clumps of pine, chestnut, rhododendrons and maple trees. Situated at an elevation of 4,000 meters, the Dzongri peak is one of the most rewarding places that you can reach after a trek. The activity begins at Yuksam and takes you to Bakkhim and Phedang before you reach Dzongri.
Best Season: September to November, March to April
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra

Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra

Situated in Pune, Rajmachi is a favoured destination for trekking in India. Perched on an elevation of 2710 feet, the hill fort attracts a large number of amateur and professional trekkers from all over the country and the world. This trek takes a minimum duration of one day. The journey is from Kalyan, but the trek actually begins at Khandpe. This trail will take you to scenic places such as Kondivade. There are several places of tourist interest around the Rajmachi Hill Fort which you can visit and explore during your trekking trip. Some of these include an ancient Shiva temple and Shrivardhan.
Best Season: September to February
Difficulty Level: Easy

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Beas Kund Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Beas Kund Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Beas Kund or the mountains of Beas River that rises in the Himalayas and ultimately becomes a part of the Indus River, is a popular destination trekkers. As is with all experiences of trekking in Himachal, it is believed that this region has an infamous way of making you fall in love. Embrace the beauties of its gorgeous peaks, endless fascinating lands, genuinely hospitable locals and its cascading waters.
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Bagini Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

Bagini Glacier Trek, Uttarakhand

In the spellbinding region of Garhwal Himalayas, Bagini Glacier trekking makes you come face to face with untouched, raw natural beauty along with great doses of adventure. This trekking package in India takes you to Bagini Glacier that towers at 14816 feet from sea level and gives you the opportunity to feast your eyes on the mighty Dunagiri, Changa Banga and Kalanka peaks. Your location will be the dreamy destination of Uttarakhand. Also known as ‘Land of Gods’ it appeals with a dramatic terrain of charming lakes, stunning rivers, mountains and rising Himalayan peaks.
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Kangra Valley Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Kangra Valley Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Perfect for both novice and ardent trekkers seeking the true experience of trekking in Himachal, this engaging trek presents an array of elements that will delight all.Opening up to you the magic of Kangra Valley, Dharamshala, there are several experiences to revel in. Witness the awe-inspiring views of Dhauladhar Range, visit mystical lakes, ancient temples and unexplored charming Hindu villages tucked away amidst the valleys.
Difficulty Level: Moderate to challenging

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Chanderkhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Chanderkhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

This breathtaking Chanderkhani Pass trek encompasses a plethora of jaw-dropping sights alongside the gorgeous environs of Himachal Pradesh. This trekking package in India begins at Naggar and after crossing the Chanderkhani Pass at 3600m, the trail heads to the Malana village, famous for its distinct and very reserved social culture.
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Ratangad Trek, Maharashtra

Ratangad Trek, Maharashtra

The Ratnagad Fort finds very little mention in historical texts but is an important tourist destination and a popular destination for trekking in India. It is surrounded by a beautiful water tank. The summit is the best place to catch a spectacular view of the Deevanmal and Saimal villages. The journey to the Ratnagad Hill Fort trek begins at Pen and will take you through places such as Sapoli, Deevanmal and Kamarli.

Best Season: September to February
Difficulty Level: Moderate