Best Lesser-Known Himalayan Treks

The Himalayas are the best destination for trekking. Trekking is one of the best adventurous sports. When we want to go close to nature there is no better way other than trekking. There are so many beautiful places in India for trekking, but it is the Himalayas that take the top position from all the other landscapes. Trekking is an unrehearsed experience that is filled with surprises, both good and bad. Meeting the locals and learning from them will be one of the experiences for us. On a trek, purity of nature teaches us to open our hearts and hold experiences, cultures and relationships. Trekking is a great way to strengthen our mental fitness. The Himalayas offer us many trekking routes, which ranges from being easy to difficult. Here are some of the best lesser-known Himalayan Treks which are full of adventure, audacity, enthusiasm etc.

  1. Nag Tibba Trek

Nag Tibba Trek is one of the most popular destinations for trekking in the Himalayas in the winter season. The route of this trek is filled with the rich culture of flora and fauna. Tourists can also see the amazing views of Bandarpunch Peak, Doon Valley, Srikanth Peak and Changabang Peak.

Its maximum altitude is about 9915 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- December to March

Its difficulty level is easy to moderate

  1. Dayara Bugyal Trek

Dayara Bugyal is situated in the district of Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand. This trek is like walking in a fairyland that inspires us to learn what we have to give and take back from nature. This place has two beautiful alpine meadows, Bedni Bugyal in Uttarakhand being the first.

Its maximum altitude is about 13,612 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- Mid-March to Mid-November

Its difficulty level is moderate

  1. Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin pass is another amazing spot for trekking in Uttarakhand that begins from Dhaula. It will take us to some stunning sceneries, unexplored places, snow-covered mountains and big magnificent rivers. Sometimes the trek can be a bit difficult but, at once everyone should try it. With this adventurous journey, tourists also get a chance to meet the local people.

Suitable time to visit this place- May to June and September to October

Its difficulty level is difficult

  1. Kedarkantha Trek

This trek is one of the most famous and adventurous treks in Uttarakhand. This trek is an appropriate trek for beginners because it’s not too difficult. The delightful view from the top, knee-deep snow in the season of winter and easy stream make it popular among trekkers. In the monsoon season, it is highly suggested to the trekkers to avoid trekking in this region.

Its maximum altitude is about 12,500 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- December to February

Its difficulty level is easy

  1. Pangarchulla Peak Trek

This trek is one of the lesser-known Himalayan treks. From its peak point, tourists can see the marvellous views of Nanda Devi. Trekkers can do trek throughout the year, except monsoon season. This trekking destination is situated near the Kuari Pass Trek, which is one of the best-hiking destinations.

Its maximum altitude is about 15,069 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- October to February

Its difficulty level is moderate to difficult

  1. Prashar Lake Trek

This trek is also one of the lesser-known Himalayan treks. Tourists can see the awesome views of the Dhauladhar range. This trek should be visited during the winter season. Here tourists can experience the excellent weather.

Its maximum altitude is about 8956 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- December and January

Its difficulty level is easy

  1. Annapurna Base Camp Trek

This trek offers tourists a chance to walk through beautiful landscapes and cultural valleys. This trek is one of the most challenging as well as difficult Himalayan treks. This Himalaya is located in Nepal. It is suggested that beginners should not go for this trek. Only experienced trekkers go for this trek. Tourists also see the delightful scenic view of Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Dhaulagiri Peaks, Paungda Danda etc.

Its maximum altitude is about 13,550 ft

Suitable time to visit this place- October to November

Its difficulty level is moderate to difficult 

Conclusion 

So these are the best lesser-known Himalayan Treks. All the above Himalayan treks are full of adventure, beautiful scenic views. All the treks range from easy to moderate and then moderate to difficult levels. Everyone at once must visit these places to venture the beautiful scenic views.

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