Best Winter Treks to Do in India

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The top winter hikes are listed below:

1. Trek to Brahmatal

You’ll feel as though you could reach out and grab those peaks with your hand at 12,600 feet because of how close they seem from the Brahmatal Summit. You have the opportunity to camp next to the stunning glacier lake underneath a myriad of stars. What more is there to ask for?

Counting days: 5 days

Price: 10,550 INR

Grade: Simple

12,600 feet in elevation

Region: Uttarakhand’s Lohajung

Trishul, Nandaghunti, Chowkhamba, Nilkanth, Kamet, Hathi, and Ghoda peaks are all visible.

 2.) Trek Chadar

Do I need to elaborate on the most popular trek in Leh? Walking on an ice bed is exciting and pleasant. The gorgeous Nerak Falls views and the mesmerizing views of the great balance of tranquillity and adventure can be found in a river flowing beneath a sheet of ice.

Nine days, in total.

Price: 24,250 INR

Intensity: Moderate-Difficult

Height: 11,200 ft

Region: Ladakh’s Leh

3.) Goecha La Trek

Trekking in Sikkim, and especially during the winter months, is a completely different experience than trekking in the north. The Goecha La hike test is unique in its sort. This walk offers you the chance to experience nature at its finest, from the verdant green forests to the snow-covered campgrounds. This trek’s diverse flora and wildlife are also stunning.

Nine days, in total.

Price: 18,750 INR

Level: Moderate

16,207 feet in altitude

Region: Sikkim, Yuksom

peaks in view: Mount the entire Kanchenjunga range, including Pandim.

4.) Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha, known as the “Queens of Winter Treks,” is a well-liked option for novices and experienced trekkers. Only on the Kedarkantha trail can one find the ideal campsites, the breathtaking vistas, and the experience of the summit. For those who want to explore the world of winter hiking, this excursion is the ideal option.

Counting days: 5 days

Price: 10550 INR

Grade: Simple

Height: 12,500 ft

Region: Uttarakhand, Sankri

Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Black Peak, as well as the Gangotri, Yamunotri, and Kinner Kailash mountain ranges, are all visible peaks.

5.) Trek to Kuari Pass

Kuari Pass translates as the portal to paradise. It certainly lives up to its moniker, by the way. You wouldn’t be in a rush to get to the summit because the trek’s route is so picturesque. The wonderful vegetation and fauna, together with the stunning snow-capped peaks that can be seen from the trail, make the walk almost ideal.

Counting days: 5 days

Price: 10,550 INR

Grade: Simple

12,716 feet in elevation

Joshimath, Uttarakhand

6.) Har ki Dun Trek

For those who enjoy the outdoors and bird watching, Har ki Dun is heaven. The valley offers vistas of sparkling mountain peaks and is encircled by thick pine forests. Including the campgrounds, the trail is a very gorgeous part of our trek. You’ll discover a lovely, peaceful location.

Counting days: 5 days

Price: 10800 INR

Grade: Simple

Height: 11,482 feet

Region: Uttarakhand, Sankri

Peaks in view include Bandar Punch, Swargarohini, and Jaundar Glacier.

7.) Trek Nag Tibba Winter

The closest hike to Delhi. Fit for beginners and children. Short and inexpensive. This walk is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy a trek but does not have a lot of obligations. The trail is surrounded by lush greenery and also contains snow. Must I say more?

a period of three days

Price: 4,500 INR

Grade: Simple

Height: 3,002 m

the region of Pantwari, Uttarakhand

Black Peak, Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch, and Srikanth are all discernible peaks.

8.) Trek the Panwali Kantha

Panwali Kantha Trek, one of the most stunning treks, offers you one of the most uncommon views of the entire range of Yamnotri- Gangotri- Kedarnath- Badrinath mountain peaks. In addition to these breathtaking views, you also get to travel across seven burials or meadows, and if you’re lucky, you might even run into the rare blue mountain goat.

Four days, in total

The cost is INR 14,000.

Grade: Simple

Height: 11,500 feet

Region: Uttarakhand, Dehradun

Peaks visible: The entire mountain range of Yamnotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath.

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