‘A mixture of adventure pleasure and self-realization, trekking in India is an experience of a lifetime!’
India offers plenty of opportunities for trekking in the regions through which the majestic topography. Trekking as an adventure and an incredible activity that offers you panoramic views brings you face to face with the surreal beauty of the region- combining spirituality with adventure. Hidden in these fascinating trails are a plenitude of trails that introduce a beginner with the alluring charm and appeal of trekking at high altitudes with high passes, and the ethereal natural beauty, making it an experience to remember forever. Trekking need not require professional training; we have got you covered with these beginners’ trails for easy trek.
Har ki Dun Trek - A trek for the wildlife lover takes you through the ravishing valleys in the Western Himalayas. This cradle-shaped valley offers a variety of enchanting explorations ranging from nature’s compassion to bird viewing. Scattered with Himalayan flowers, the valley is also packed with thrilling wildlife. As you trek further, you go through dense pine forests, glacial basins, and moraine ridges. The trek distance is around 24 km and lasts 7 days, and the best time to do it is in July-September.
Nag Tibba trek - absolutely sublime 2-day trek amidst the Garhwal Himalayas, a delight for beginners. The route is extremely picturesque, located near Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, the trail runs through areas teeming with wildlife and charming little villages and camps of the Gujjar tribe and is around 9 km from Pantwari village, and it can be done throughout the year, although snowfall in the months of January-February can make the trek tougher.
Chirbatiya trek - offers a grand panoramic view of the Greater Himalayas, receives toasty sunlight for the major part of the day, making it pleasant for hiking. It is quiet and peaceful, offers great forest cover with a combination of pines and rhododendrons make a charming forest to trek in. Takes about 3 days to over 8402 feet ft of altitude.
Kudremukh Trek - Situated in the middle of the Western Ghats, rolling green hills and misty valleys — perhaps one of the greenest in India. The beautifully preserved trails are lined with grassy meadows, deep forests, bamboo shrubs, abundant mosses, and exotic flowers. The Trek is around 20 to 22 kilometers and only takes 1.5 to 2 days to complete and is ideal for those looking for a weekend trek in South India, the Best time to go is from March to May.
Kodachadri, Karnataka - The Kodachadri hill is a Natural Heritage Site, which is part of the Western Ghats and forms a lovely backdrop to the famous Kollur Mookambika Temple. Famed for its glorious sunrises and sunsets, this hill range is part of the Mookambika Temple Nature Reserve. The peak of Kodachadri (at an altitude of 1343 m above sea level) can be reached by a five-hour trek. Trekking in Kodachadri hill with friends or as a bunch of solo travelers can be an adventurous and spiritual experience. On the western side, the hill descends steeply for about 1220 m, meeting the forests of the Udupi district. The trek up to the ancient temple from this point involves a climb of 4 km through thick jungle trails. In all this is serves as the perfect trek for beginners and can be completed in a day.
So what are you waiting for, plan the small weekend that takes you to the beauty of nature as you hike your stress away.