In recent years, India has become a famous destination amidst trekking enthusiasts, from all across the globe. The mountain ranges do not only offer great trekking opportunities but are also filled with a lot of natural beauty, sprinkled all around. India’s mountain ranges are home to some of the most spectacular and gripping routes for trekking. The mountainous terrains of the Indian Himalayas and the Karakorams as well as the Garhwal and Kumaon regions have some amazing opportunities for interesting trekking tours, opted by a large number of trekking enthusiasts every year.
Along with some easy routes, India also offers difficult trekking paths along rugged terrain mountains where along with trekking, you can also enjoy the surrounding local scenery and waterfalls gushing downwards. Indian Holiday has to offer some spine-thrilling trekking tours at some of the most picturesque locations.
The list of popular trek in India includes Markha Valley Trek, Zanskar Valley Trek, Stok Trek in Ladakh, Kinner and Spiti Trek in Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by Tibet in the east, located on the northeastern side of Himachal Pradesh, Kinner cuddles three of the imposing mountain ranges – the Greater Himalaya, the Dhauladhar and the Zanskar. Some of the other well-known treks are Bakhim and Dzongri in Sikkim; trek routes to take, Ravangla, Legship, Pemayangtse, Yuksom in other northeastern regions of India. In South India, trekking in Coonoor is quite popular. The Ganges Gangotri trek is another popular trek that takes you to Gomukh (Hindi translation: the cow’s mouth), the source of the holy river Ganga. Along with the picturesque locations, this place also houses the magnificent view of Mt. Shivling and the Bhagirathi group of mountains where you reach after trekking for 18 kms from Gangotri.