Trekker or not, almost each one of us have a dream to climb the Himalayas one day. The exotic ranges and the alluring valleys sum up to give you a breathtaking view. Yes, it might sound risky for a novice and thus we give you a list of 5 treks in the Himalayas that the beginners should begin with:
- Har Ki Doon – This trek is famous for beginners and as a thrilling trek in general. The trek starts at Sankri Base camp and it takes around 7 days to complete this 28km trek to Har Ki Doon. The best months to trek would be between August to December.
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- Pindari Glacier Trek, Kumaon Himalayas – Passing through splendid sites like Khati, Dhakuri, Phukria, Dwali and Pindari Glacier, this trek has a lot of adventure to promise. This is an easy trek that starts at Saung Base camp and it would take 7 days to be able to complete the trek. The best months to climb these ranges is between April to November.
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- Hampta Pass – This beautiful trek route connects Lahaul and Kullu Valley. The trek commences at Rambagh Circle in Manali. The 26 km trek would end at an altitude of 4,400 m above sea level. This will be one eye candy trek since the end point at Chhatru gives you a view of Hampta pass, Spiti valley, and Rohtang pass. The months of August and September are the best for this trek.
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- Sham Valley Trek, Ladakh – This is definitely one of the easiest treks since its elevation is also pretty low and the route is much simple than other treks. On your way, you will get to see the amazing landscapes of Spituk, Hemis, Thiksey, Lamayuru and Alchi. The trek shall mark end after 6 days and it is always a good season to take this one.
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- Triund Trek – Now for the easiest yet one of the most enriching treks. The Triund trek begins from Dharamkot and ends at Triund Base Camp within 5-6 hours. The months between September to November are the best months to carry out this trek.
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It’s never too late to start trekking and we are sure that after taking these treks, you would probably be writing a blog of your own for the Himalayas. After all, it’s the Himalayas.