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7 best Himachal Pradesh’s trekking routes

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Trekking can be very fun if performed with care, from walking over tops to sapping on rocks. Take your mates this summer, put your mad folks on an exceptional journey to Himachal. Himachal is the place to experience different adventure events such as flying fox, mountain climbing, trekking, motorbiking, paragliding, escalation, etc., thanks to its vast beauty. Rudyard Kipling said: ‘Surely the gods live here; this is not a spot for men,’ because of the dull high-altitude desert landscape.

 

Here is a list of Himachal Pradesh’s top 7 walks; these walks lead you on an old and remote trade road. If you’re new to trekking, a leisurely walker, or a savvy walker, there’s plenty of fun walks and walks you want.

  1. Indrahar Pass Trek

The Indrahar Pass is situated at an altitude of 4.342 meters above the middle sea level, is a well-known mountain pass of the range of Dhauladhar. The magnificent view of the holy peaks of Manimahesh Kailash along the Pir Panjal Range can be enjoyed from the summit of Indrahar pass. This trek passes through the most stunning Himachal Pradesh valleys, offering the most snow-capped panoramic mountains, thick fields, and so on. Indrahar Pass The Indrahar Pass Trek is one of the best-known trails used by shepherds in the Gaddi valley and in Lahaul on their summer pasture.

  1. Beas Kund Trek

If you expect a short break, then the place to be is Beas Kund Trek. This trail spans the breathtaking valley of Solang, glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and lush green wetlands. It leads to the Beas Kund Glacier, the birthplace of the River Beas, by way of Dhundi and Bakarthach. The Beas Kund tour in the Kullu valley is the most famous and most amazing tour. People of all ages will have fun walking here because it’s really fun and simple. This trek is situated 3650 meters long. During the walking tour, you can enjoy the view from the Dhundi camp of Mount Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters.

 

  1. Chandratal Baralacha Trek

Mostly named Moon Pool, it feels like walking on the moon when you start trekking. At an altitude of 4950 m above sea level, this pass is situated. Walk on the ice and see the shining sunset, the lush green scenery, the streams of water, the vibrant Orchids, and many other things that make the journey lovely and a journey you can never forget. Trekking at Chandratal Baralacha, you will have a spectacular view of Chandra River’s high mountains and glacier, the Baralacha River.

  1. Hampta Pass Trek

Located at approximately 3960 meters above sea level, the Hampta Pass serves as a bridge between Kullu and Lahaul valleys. On your walk, you can pass through wonderful sights such as dense walnut forest, pine trees and oaks, streams of water, and numerous mountain villages. The Hampta Pass Trek is perfect for lovers of nature who can appreciate the wide variety of nature and remote culture. When you begin the steep climb to Hampta Pass, the difficulty level will begin to increase. You go over the ice and go down sticky narrow streets. This tour begins in Prini and takes you through the Solang Pass into a beautiful scenery.

  1. Pin Parvati Pass Trek

It’s not very easy to trek on Pin Parvati Road. Sir Louis Dane first went through it in 1884. At an altitude of 5300 feet, the Pin Parvati Trek ties on the side of the Kullu, the lush Parvati Valley, and the Pin Valley, on the side of Spiti. There are large mountain ranges forming excellent places for trekking. The splendor of the site attracts numerous trekking lovers from all over the world.

The tourist is amazed by the stunning views of the Pin Parvati Pass. You can see Hindu Khir Ganga, a place that is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Kanwar Wildlife Sanctuary during your trekking. Snow and rain can make walking in this area very difficult

  1. Deo Tibba Trek

Deo Tibba Trek is the most beautiful of all treks. Located 4480 meters above sea level, this hike takes you to the shiny waters of Lake Chandratal. You will enjoy a beautiful view of Rohtang Pass and numerous other hillside glaciers while walking. Deo Tibba Base Trek through the Beas Valley is renowned for its floral, apple, paddy, and maize covered wetlands, as well as the sparkling Beas ripening river. Deo Tibba Trek is in the center of a range of other mountains. Rubal Kang, Manirang, Rangrik Rang, Rangrik Tibba, Manimahesh Kailash, Gumburanjon, and Rangrik Partial.

  1. Kareri Lake Trek

This incredible trek is located in the Kangra district, at an elevation of 3300 meters. From McLeod Ganj, Kareri Lake Trek will take you to Kareri village. On your way, on a hilltop overlooking the lake dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti you’ll see a huge temple. Lake Kareri is another main attraction created by the Mankiani Peak input from melted water. For experienced trekkers who have the previous high-altitude experience, the Kareri Lake Trek is one of the Alpine Trekks in the Indian Himalayan Region.