1. Everest Base Camp Trek:
Everest is the highest mountain in the world. It is the most amazing trek in the world and a dream destination for every traveler. The trek started in the 1920s, led by George Mallory and his team. This trek provides a teahouse where you can stay at a lodge that provides you a feel of local culture, village life, and traditions. At the end of the trek, we will reach the Sagarmatha National Park, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It covers approximately 1,149 km2 of land in the Himalayas.The world’s highest national park is located there. The park contains a unique combination of forests, barren land, and snow-capped peaks that has at least 118 species of birds Rare species of mammals are also found in this area, such as the snow leopard, Himalayan black bear, and the red panda.
Yaks are common in the park, owing to the Sherpas’ (Tibetan people who live at the side of the Himalayan Mountain Range) use of them to transport goods up and down the mountain. Trees like pine, oak, and forests of juniper are found here. This park was established in 1976 and, in 1979, became known as a World Heritage Site. From roughly 3,500 in 1979 to over 30,000 annual visitors, the number of tourists visiting the region annually has increased drastically. During this trek, you can witness the four highest mountain peaks in the world: Cho Oyu, Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Lhotse, and any other mountain terrain you’ve seen before, breathtakingly and magnificently. The journey stretches from green forests of pines, fir, and oak, cultivated lands, and terraced fields to blue rivers, meadows, and glacial lakes amid large boulders that grow as you climb.
2. Beas Kund Trek:
The Beas Trek is a holy lake near Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is said that Rishi Vayas used to bathe in this holy lake. It is located above the Solang Valley and surrounded by the Dhauladhar Range. It has an altitude of 3700 meters. Approximately, it takes around 4-5 days to finish trekking. It is a great place for camping and enjoying the view of the peaks of the mountains like Hanuman, Friendship Peak, Tibba, Shitidhar, Ladakh, etc. If you are a person who loves challenges and adventure, you should definitely go for this trek.
3. Pin Parvati Pass Trek:
This is one of the most thrilling and challenging treks of all. One of the most difficult treks is a mountain that passes through Himachal Pradesh. It covers around 100 km2 and has a height of 17,000 feet. There are a lot of tricky sections and dangerous. It takes approximately 10-11 days to complete this trek. The best time to visit this place is June or mid-October. It provides a massive dose of adventure and achievement. If you are an adventurous person, you should definitely try out this trek.
4. Brahmatal Trek:
Brahmatal Trek Is a unique region located near Lohajung in Uttrakhand. According to mythology, it is said that Lord Beahma used to meditate in this mountain region. During the winter, this lakh is completely frozen It is packed with everything you want from a winter trek. From snow to adventure, it is a scenic view from the top of a forest that is covered with snow; everything makes this trek so special. The altitude of this trek is around 12,250 feet. And the temperature is -1 to -5 degrees Celsius during November and December, and during January and February it lies between -5 and -15 degrees Celsius. It is a moderate trek, coming in at Level 3 on the Bikat Rating Scale. This is a good place for beginners to start their trek. The place is covered with snow. The best thing to do is trek during the winter, from December to April. Most winter treks get closed during January and February, unlike the Bramtaal Trek. It is one of the unique winter treks that can be done in the months of January and February. During March and April, the forest gets dressed up with rhododendrons. And the whole forest is red vermillion in colour it absulity looks magistic. The snow and 360° view from above make this trek so amazing. When you are at the top near Brahmatal, you can see the deep valley in between, which gives you a grand view of Nandhaghunti, Trishul, and Maiktoli, and on the other side, you can see Chaukhamba, Nellkanth, and other mountains.
5. Chandrashita Trek:
This trek provides a rare view of Himalayan flora and fauna. It is known as one of the most popular treks in the Garhwal Himalayas. The temperature lies between 6 and 10 degrees. It is open throwout the year, the best time to visit here is from April to October. But you can’t visit here when it is snowing heavily. It is also known as a moon rock. It provides views of Himalayan peaks.
6. Nag Tibba Trek:
It has the highest peak in the lesser Himalayan region. It is also known as Serpent’s Peak. During November and December temperature lies between -1 to -5 degrees and during January and February, it lies between -5 to -15 degrees. The best time to visit this place is from April to June and during the winter, from October to December. The worst time to visit Nag Tibba is from December to mid-March because it experiences a harsh winter during that time. If you are an adventurous person, you must definitely visit this place.