Trekking can be magical in a big country such as India. The Ice and Tropical Forest desert, the broad Himalayan mountain, and the vast meadows can be walked down without ever having crossed the national boundary.
There’s nothing like a ride to the top and a large opening. Satisfaction from a cup of steaming tea and the simplest price (for example pain and jam) may go beyond fantasy food, but it is always a bonus to get to know the locals. After a heartbreak of vertigo and paranoia, you are bound to feel two things. You are bound to feel several bruises and slices, sweat buckets, pain, and pain. First, how are you not? Secondly, the consciousness of dawn that life is much better than it is to the next day to try to defeat other mice.
There are 8 of the most popular hiking paths in India that you must visit at least once in your life from romantic places to lighted lakes and surprising heights. It’s just a pair of lungs and strong shoes that you need.
Chembra Peak Trek, Kerala
Chembra is the highest point of Kerala located 2,100 meters above sea level. It’s easy to climb but the first climb is a little steep. The best way to visit them is to drive 9 kilometers during September – February and to finish them easily in one day. But tourists can choose to extend their trips in a few days: an experience which needs to be enjoyed is a combination of exploring Wayanad and then staying on the edge of the heart-shaped lake (Hridaya Saras).
Araku Valley Trek, Andhra Pradesh
The Araku Valley is situated in Viscag which must be visited if you are a novice trekking tourist with suction for extraordinary coffee. The Cave Borra, the Tribal Museum, and the Catiki Waterfall made them very famous. It was something from a tourist location. Trekker may miss badly.
Chadar Trek, Ladakh
If you have enough walking through rolling glades or mountain tops, try to stroll across a frozen river next January. The frozen Zanskar River in Zanskar is an interesting, but demanding trek that runs over 105 km at extremely low temperatures. The Zanskar River (also called the Chadar trek, literally means sheet) (-25 degrees at night). From January to February, the fast-flowing river can only freeze and can constitute a difficult obstacle to cross: one must crawl over egg-free cliffs, and sleep at night in caves. However, the view in combination with ice sheets that often change color makes it an incomparable experience.
Dzongri Trek, West Sikkim
A trip to Dzongri will provide you with a magnificent view of Kanchenjunga Mount, whether you have eight or two days (the third highest peak in the world). The track begins at Yuksom (a common base for Mt. Everest Trekkers) and is best performed between September and November and April. Climbing is very difficult by standards. At 4,000 meters Dzongri sat.
Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra
Benteng Rajmachi has quickly established as a tourist destination thanks to the efforts of the Maharashtra Tourism Council. Not just a panoramic view from the fertile sweeping mountain is the beauty of this walk. There are also two hiking opportunities, both done in one day. The candidate village, where people can also see the cave of condoms, is 15 kilometers away from Lonavala or 2 000 steep climbing feet.
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
The number of Ladhaki/ Tibetan cultures that are on the road is the beauty of this journey. When you ride along the Marka River through Little Tibet local tribes with yaks make a lovely arrangement with a multicolored Tibet flag, clear and blue sky, and stony soil. The 80-kilometer path is at an altitude of 5200 meters and can be extended from 10 days to two weeks in August or September.
Kumara Parvatha Trek, Karnataka
Kumara Parvatha, Kodagu’s second-highest summit (1712 meters), was the most popular climbing spot. However, even though it offered some great views, a 15-kilometer trip failed to drive the cake. The starting point is a quarter kilometer from the Kuku Temple on the Sanctuary path. While in Battara Mane (second pitstop), water and food are available, no bathroom. The perfect time to fly from October to February.
Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand
This journey offers an opportunity to see the famous mysterious lake of Roopkund for those who enjoy a bolder experience. Lake Glacial is often referred to as Lake Skeleton owing to its lower lake skeleton. The best time for trekking may be between a week and 9 days, and between May and October. This difficult journey calls for someone in a decent state that is situated at high altitudes (4,800 mt). Three trekking routes are available: Mundoli, Kathgodam, or Lohjang.