The summer is here, and the days get hotter and wetter as the season progresses. In order to avoid this weather, a flock of tourists goes to the mountainous Uttarakhand area and Himachal Pradesh, although it has only been a few days. Pause from these crowded tourist places and travel to remote mountain areas. Take a break.
Treks are not only a break from the busy urban life, but also an excellent way of relaxing, relaxing, and seeing picturesque beauty. Walks are the perfect way for you if you want to be in nature, among oaks and pine trees. There are many treks for beginners who don’t know how to trekking as intimidated as they are. Starting trips are a perfect way to find out if you like this and if you are in contact with the natural world.
1. Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand
One of the easiest treks for beginners out there is Nag Tibba. This is the first option (treks) for many beginners, as it is also quite short. This trip is a brief break from your work life over the weekend. The Nag Tibba summit is 9,915 feet high and this summit can be reached by three means. The path you take is dependent on the company you registered for this trip. The walk starts in the village of Panthwari, 85 km away from the city of Dehradun.
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2. Dodital Trek, Uttarakhand
The Dodital Trek is one of the most beautiful hiking tours in the state of Uttarakhand, named after the Himalayan trout Dodi. It is located at 9,921 meters above sea level and is a must for nature enthusiasts. The trek starts from the village of Sangam Chati and passes through pines, oak trees, rhododendrons, wondrous paths, and the lakes of Dodital and Dwarf Pass. The walk can be done at any time of the year, but the lake is frozen during winters and is also visible. This trek is a beautiful way of going hiking.
3. Triund Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Another common trek among beginner walkers is Triund Trek. The walk is quick and can be concluded in one or two days, at a height of 9,760 feet. It is 18 km away from Dharamshala and starts with Bhagsu or Dharamkot. The views of the Kangra Valley and Dhauladhar Range can now be seen from the Tri and Peak from forest paths, rhododendron, and oak trees. This journey has just enough to look at the bright night sky with twinkling stars.
4. Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand
As the name implies, the Valley of Flowers is a trek that ended in an area of 87,50 square km, in full bloom, of wildflowers. This walk is a beautiful and perfect treks for both beginners and photographers. The hike was discovered as a UNESCO world heritage site by mountain skier Frank Smith in 1931. The valley in Bhyundar Valley in Chamoli district is at 3,658 meters above sea level. The walk starts at Govind Ghat and is very easy to climb up to the valley. You will discover various flora and fauna such as Musk deer, Himalayan Black bears, and various birds and butterflies during this trek.
5. Hampta Pass, Himachal Pradesh
The Pass of Hampta is a famous walk from Jobra, close to Manali. You can walk along the magnificent green Kullu Valley and have a panoramic view of the Lahaul deserts.
The Hampta Pass is 14,035 feet high and is a little steep before here. You pass through various terrains, and the majestic peak 5260 can be seen. Each campsite is just as beautiful on either Jabru forest edge or the wildflowers of Jwara. The campsite is just as beautiful.
6. Har Ki Dun, Uttarakhand
Har Ki Dun is a great beginner trek and the stairway to the sky was also named. Upon 11,768 feet, the Har Ki Dun mountain provides stunning views of Swargarohini’s ranges, the Bandarpoonch, and the Black peaks.
The walk starts at Sankri village and crosses the National Park of the Govind. The River Supin runs along, and on your way, you can find some ancient settlements that are thought to be around three thousand years old. The valley of Har Ki Dun is mythical because of the Pandavas. It is believed that road as they went up into the sky and were called the “Valley of Gods.”
7. Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand
Kedarkantha is a winter walk that takes you to the 12,500 feet high snow-crossed Kedarkantha peak. The hike begins in the Gaichawan Gaon, about 180 km from the town of Dehradun.
The whole tour is coated with snow and becomes even more breathtaking from December to April. The walk leads you through pine trees, with large clearings covered with snow. From the top of the river, you can see the Dhauladhar Range, Chesil Pass, the Rupin Valley, and the Har ki dun valley.
8. Deoriatal – Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand
Deoriatal is a breathtaking walk through colorful rhododendrons, diverse forest trails, and snow patches. The most exciting thing about this trekking is the wilderness trails of pine, oak, and maple trees, often littered with thickets or moose.
The tour starts at Sari, 8 hours by car from Haridwar. It passes through the Deoriatal lake and eventually reaches the Chandrashila peak at 12,083 meters in height. The specialty of Garhwal and Kumaon. Nanda Dévi, Trishul, Gangotri, etc. Chandrashila provides stunning views. At the temple in Tungnath, you may give your prayers, then sit down and watch the sunrise.