Location : Valleys and Mountains in Himachal Pradesh
Trekking Areas : Shimla Region, Kullu Valley, Kinnaur Region, Lahaul & Spiti Region
Average Trekking Altitude : Average Trekking Altitude
Trekking Season : April To October
An Enduring Trekking Route in Manali
The Dhauladhar Trek
Chamba to Manali
Manali Beas Solang
11 Days. Dharamshala to Triundi (12 km), Triundi to Lakagot (7 km), Lakagot to Chatta (10 km), Chatta to Kuarsi (12 km), Kuarsi to Chanota (16 km), Chanota to Bharmour (40 km), Bharmour to Gehra (23 km), Gehra to Chamba (56 km by vehicle), Chamba to Khajjiar (17 km), Khajjiar to Dalhousie (17 km), Dalhousie to Pathankot (80 km by vehicle).
12 Days. Chamba to Bharmaur (70 km drive), Bharmaur to Hadsar (12 km), Hadsar to Kugti (12 km), Kugti to Duggi (11 km), Duggi to Alyas (12 km), Alyas to Kugti Pass (6 km), Kugti Pass to Shansha (10 km), Shansha to Tandi (15 km), Tandi to Sissue (2 km), Sissue to Khoksar (16 km), Khoksar to Rohtang Pass to Marrhi (15 km), Marrhi to Manali (30 km by vehicle).
5 Days. Manali to Solang Valley, Solang to Dhundi (8 km), Dhundi to Beas Kund (6 km), Beas Kund to Shigara Dug (8 km), Shikara Dug to Marrhi (10 km), Marrhi to Rohtang (23 km), Rohtang to Manali.
|Must See :||Various Monasteries While Trekking in the Dhauladhar Regions that Comprises Dharamshala the Residing Place of Dalai Lama.|
|Short Treks :||Kullu to Manikaran Hot Water Springs, Manikaran to Pir Panjal Ranges, Hindustan-Tibet road for Shimla, Dhankar in Spiti to Kaza.||Nature Treks :||Beas-Chenab Watershed - Hamta Pass
Chanderkhani pass (3-4 Days).
Jari Malana Village Sach Pass (4 Days).
|Must Enjoy :||Spa and Hot Water Spring Near Manikaran While Trekking in the Manali Beas Kund Solang Trek.|
|Watersheds Treks :||Chitkul (11,000 ft) in Kinnaur
Rupin Pass Borasu Pass Haridun Valley (5 6 Days).
Sutlej-Beas (4 Days).
|Not to be Missed :||Temple Attractions in Chamba Valley.|
|Trekking Gears :||Sleeping Bags, Jackets, First Aid Medical Kit, Waterproof Tents, A Sun Hat, Sunglasses and Gloves.|
|Inside Tip :||You Should Carry Liquid Supplements With You. For any Assistance you can go to Himachal Tourism Department Which is Located in most Areas.|
Trekking is the most upcoming adventure sport in Himachal
Pradesh. The Himachal for centuries have been credited to be the mother of
this sport. A trekking tour in Himachal Pradesh is the deepest and the
most refreshing communion with nature. There are around 270 defines
trekking routes in Himachal Pradesh. You should try all of them as each
promises something unique that will serve as beautiful remembrance. If
planning to take various trekking tours, there is a wide option to choose
from. You can enjoy difficult and grueling treks that will make your spine
shiver, or you can also bask just walking around on the gentle slopes. Due
to the presence of rugged terrains which makes it difficult to be reached
by any vehicle, a person has to trust his feet if he wants to explore the
camouflaged areas of the state.
Trekking is a unique experience in Himachal Pradesh. Take a trekking trip of Himachal Pradesh to enjoy the land that is best seen on foot.
Almost all the areas in Himachal Pradesh provides excellent opportunities for trekking. The sentence that there is a trekkers heaven at every point in Himachal Pradesh will not be an exaggeration. The most popular areas for trekking in Himachal Pradesh are the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, trails through the passes between the Shimla region and the Kullu valley, numerous treks out of Kullu, and select routes in the Trans-Himalyan regions of Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti. You can take up these treks that can stretch from hours to days and weeks.
Trekking in the Panoramatic Dharamshala
The Dhauladhar Trek Delight
The mighty Himalayas in the Kangra valley makes this region the favored destination for trekking in Himachal Pradesh. The best time to enjoy trekking in the Dhauladhr ranges in from the month of April to September. Due to the presence of Dharamshala, which is a Buddhist hub, this trek can be categorized as a mix of cultural and natural treks. This trek is normally of 11 days which can be undertaken by a novice as well. Take the Dhauladhar trekking tour which is divided into various stages that will take a trekker to the concealed delights of the area. The popular destinations that you will encounter during this trek includes Dharamshala to Triundi (12 km), Triundi to Lakagot (7 km), Lakagot to Chatta (10 km), Chatta to Kuarsi (12 km), Kuarsi to Chanota (16 km), Chanota to Bharmour (40 km), Bharmour to Gehra (23 km), Gehra to Chamba (56 km by vehicle), Chamba to Khajjiar (17 km), Khajjiar to Dalhousie (17 km), Dalhousie to Pathankot (80 km by vehicle).
The Trek from Chamba to Manali
For all those who want to enjoy the temple heritage of Himachal Pradesh while trekking should take up this trek, that begins from Chamba and ends at Manali. At an altitude of 2,380 m this trek goes on for around 12 days and should be attempted by experienced trekkers. The main highlight of this trek is the Lahaul area, which is crossed by high mountain ranges and is extremely beautiful with mammoth glaciers and green valleys. The main areas covered in this trek are Chamba to Bharmaur (70 km drive), Bharmaur to Hadsar (12 km), Hadsar to Kugti (12 km), Kugti to Duggi (11 km), Duggi to Alyas (12 km), Alyas to Kugti Pass (6 km), Kugti Pass to Shansha (10 km), ShanSha to Tandi (15 km), Tandi to Sissue (2 km), Sissue to Khoksar (16 km), Khoksar to Rohtang Pass to Marrhi (15 km), Marrhi to Manali (30 km by vehicle).
The Isolated Trek of Manali Beas Kund Solang Trek
If you are looking beyond culture and heritage while enjoying the adventure of trekking, then this is the best options. While on this route you will encounter alpine meadows, high altitude passes, riotous streams and panoramic views of the glaciers and various hot water springs. While at Manali, the wearied trekkers can also enjoy a spa that will act as a medication for the tired minds. This trek basically comprise of 5 days which is best indulged during the months from early April to end June and mid September to mid-December. The trekking itinerary includes - Manali to Solang Valley, Solang to Dhundi (8 km), Dhundi to Beas Kund (6 km), Beas Kund to Shigara Dug (8 km), Shikara Dug to Marrhi (10 km), Marrhi to Rohtang (23 km), Rohtang to Manali.
There are a total of 270 defined trekking routes in
Himachal Pradesh, but you should be assured of the fact there is still one
more that needs to be explored by you. So do not waste any more time. If
you want to enjoy a watershed route then begin your trek form Chitkul
(11,000 ft). This is barely a five to six day trek that will take you to
Rupin Pass Naitwar in the tons valley Borasu pass
Haridun valley Lamkhaga and Chotkhaga passes to Harsil in the
Those who want to enjoy shorter treks can take the Hindustan Tibet road to Shimla, Kullu to Manikaran hot water springs and from Khirganga, Mantalai glacier to the top of the pass on the Kulu-Spiti divide.
You should be physical and mentally fit is a fact that goes without saying. It you are at the pink of your health then trekking is your ultimate adventure option, but if you are overweight then there is not a better chance as well as options to shed those extra kilos. All the essential gears are available from the various government departments set across the state and if desired, you can always buy a map directing trekking routes. Trekking is an adventure options that requires nothing more than the will and desire of the adventurer. So take up trekking tours of Himachal Pradesh and challenge yourself to some excitement.
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