Here, I would like to share my favourite trails in India. Some of them are still on my to-do list!
It was one of my first treks; hence, this one is special! Also known as, Pushpagiri, the Kumara Parvatha trek is located on the backdrop of an ancient shrine called Kukke Subramanya. Best time to trek here is during October to February.
2. Pindari Glacier Trek in Kumaon
Located in Kumaon region, the Pindari Glacier is easily reachable, though it should be avoided during monsoons. The trek is not too complicated, hence, novice trekkers can try going up the Pindari glacier.
3. Dodital Trek in Uttarakhand
The magnificent state has been blessed with nature’s eternal beauty in the form of small hills and mountains. Of which, Dodital is a highly popular tourist attraction. The trek is not too difficult and the summer season serves to be the best to enjoy the trail.
4. Himachal’s Churdhar Peak
There is no denial that Himachal Pradesh is bestowed by nature largely. The best example is Churdhar Peak, which is also a sanctuary of the alpine regions surrounded by dense temperate forests.
5. Indrahar Pass Trek of Himachal
Considered a difficult trek, Indrahar Pass in Himachal has its own beauty and an eye-pleasing appeal. Climbing is tough but worth it as the view from top is mesmerizing.
6. Markha Valley Trek in Ladakh
Markha Valley is one of the best treks in India. This is because apart from the beauty of it, trekkers have to follow the trail along the Markha River that flows through “Little Tibet.” I had been here last winter, and must admit that Markha valley is truly an enchanting place to be!