Trekking in India
Garhwal Himalayas: Where Reality Exceeds your dreams
Trekking in India with Garhwal Himalayan Explorations offering some of the best trekking tours in Uttarakhand, having the maximum chunk of the Himalayas with maximum famous peaks . Trekking in Uttarakhand specially offers a unique cultural experiences before or after the treks as most of the treks start or end at some famous pilgrim destination.
Home of many mountain ranges including the highest mountain range the Himalayas, trekking in India offers great opportunity to explore some of the remotest mountain area giving you a chance to have close encounter & witness different life styles, settlement patterns, jewellery , different food & food styles & above all to give you some of rarest moments of life .
Team Himalayan at Trekking in India offers trekking tours in Uttarakhand for beginners for day and short trekking trips to multiday trekking for seasoned trekker.
Trekking in India at Garhwal Himalayan Explorations, the leading & pioneer trekking company based in Rishikesh, India offers you best trekking in India experiences and gives you to 10 of the best treks in different parts of India and to different mountain ranges.
Trekking in India can be combined with other adventures, cultural experiences and a yoga or wellness retreat in Rishikesh, and can be customized for you as per your travel plans.
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Enjoy 8 nights 9 days trip to the heart of majestic mountains, and trekking to the source of the most important river and the living Goddess of India, the Ganges. One also treks to one of the finest alpine meadows of Garhwal Himalayas, Tapovan, the meditation ground for the Gods at the base of dream mountain "Shivling". We stay one full day in Tapovan to make exclusive walks to the base of high peaks and to witness the outstanding sun rise and sun set on Shivling and Bhagirathi group of peaks
Besides its rivers, rivulets and streams, Garhwal is famous for its high altitude lakes, which hold up a mirror to the awesome peaks that surround them. Not one of the most beautiful, but certainly the most fascinating lake in Garhwal Himalayas is "Roopkund", the mystery lake. At an altitude of 4777 metres, this glacial lake is about 50 metres in diameter. It is so named, because of its banks lies the remains of human skeleton of scores of men who perished many centuries ago.
Nanda Devi( 7818 mts), the beloved mountain Goddess of Garhwal Himalayas, whose territories mark one of the highest national parks in the world , abounds some of the most fascinating mountain peaks e.g Dunagiri (7066mts.), and some of the rare Himalayan with great variety of birds and butterflies and rare Himalayan flora. All this can be encountered at its best on Kuari Pass trek
Valley of Flowers & Hemkund Trek with Badrinath Of all the Himalayan meadows and flower valleys, nothing compares to Garhwal's unique rock garden, the Valley of Flowers, full of the most fascinating, fabulous, and rich variety of flowering herbs. First bought to limelight in 1931 when Frank Smythe, a British naturalist and mountaineer, who after scaling Kamet peak, stumbled upon it by chance. Now, to restore the natural balance and conserve this natural heritage, the Valley of Flowers and its environs are declared as Pushpavati National Park.Enjoy 8 nights trip exploring the famous valley of flowers trek
One of the best trans-Himalayan trek in Uttarakhand with high passes and trekking above the treeline with outstanding views of Nanda Devi group of peaks. Once upon a time the trek was trade route from India to Tibet. The highlight of the trek is to camp at the base of famous Nanda Devi Peak. The trek ends in Garhwal part with return drive along the Ganga & stay at Rishkesh
An unforgettable trek in 'Little Tibet'; the land of stunning mountain panoramas and barren hillsides, with pretty villages and lush meadows alongside. This is an easily accessible trek from Leh and leads to a large diversity of landscapes. There is a green sanctuary of the Markha Valley guarded by Kang Yatse (6400 meters) from east and the Zanskar range from the south west.
Hidden between the formidable peaks of the Great Himalayan Range Zanskar was - until recently one of the most inaccessible places in the world. Zanskar remains inaccessible for nearly eight months every year due to heavy winter snowfall resulting in closure of all access passes. Because of its remoteness, Zanskar is often described as "the lost valley". The entire experience of going through Zanskar is quite awesome and the spell of adventure begins from the initial effort required to get to the starting point of Zanskar Trek, which is Padum, the capital town of Zanskar.
Trekking in Sikkim is very different from trekking in any other part of the Indian Himalayas. The mountains, the trails, the people and the culture is in such sharp contrast to the rest of the country that for any trekker the Goechala trail is a must-do The Goechala trek in Sikkim is also one of the most romantic trails the Indian Himalayas has to offer -- the enchanting walk through the Tahoka Rhododendron forests...
Drive through Ganga and Mandakini Valley all along the Ganges and mandalkini rivers visiting Okhimath, the winter seat of lord Kedarnath & trek to Devriatal, one of the finest high altitude Himalayan Lakes & to Tungnath, one of the highest lord Shiva temple in India. We also Trek to Chandrashilla, the best ventage point to witness the major peaks of the area e.g NandaDevi, Bander Punch etc. One of the most rewarding short trek for those having less time and beginners.