Best Treks To Do In India For Summit Views

Chopta Chandrashila Tungnath Trek with Deorital

Chandrashila Trek is a whole year adventure in  Uttarakhand. You may experience the snow walks and stay in quiet campgrounds with some of the most wonderful scenery. The summits of Deoria Tal, Chopta, Tungnath, and Chandrashila

A visit to the popular and sacred Tungnath temple  is known for being the world’s highest Shiva temple. The route to the hike passes through Rishikesh, Sari, and Chopta, with lush spots of pine, oak, and rhododendron lining the path. You can experience the art of  bird watching and small lakeside trips.

The golden-breasted eagles, which are a fascinating sight from the peak, are not to be missed. It’s not easy to see spectacular mountain views on a winter hike. To acquire a view like this, you’ll need to climb to a high vantage point. Most such view locations are rare in the winter, and even if they are accessible, they are frequently hidden behind deep snow.

That is why the Deoriatal Chopta Chandrashila trip is so popular among trekkers. The Chandrashila summit offers a view that is unrivaled among our climbs. From the summit, you can enjoy some of the best mountain views in the Indian Himalayas.

It’s like a good dinner where there’s so much to eat that you can’t possibly eat it all. It’s an adventure that many hikers will never forget. It’s not simply the spectacular sights. The walk is particularly memorable in the winter.

The trail, which winds through soft snow beneath a canopy of oak and rhododendron trees, is almost surreal. Mt Chaukhamba looms over the Deoriatal lake, which is encircled by snow. It’s worth the walk only to see Mt Chaukhamba from the Deoriatal’s banks.

Chadar Trek, Ladakh

This is not only the best high altitude trip, but also a popular winter trek. But what is the significance of the name Chadar? Is it a location? The name comes from the fact that during the winter, the river turns into a blanket and you must journey through it.

The fact that the temperature here is still around -20 degrees Celsius adds to the excitement. Doesn’t it seem exciting? The trekking trip begins in Chilling village and continues through Zaribago, Nyarak Village, Nyarakpulu, and finally to Lingshed, a small village. Continue walking from Lingshed to Tso Mopoaldar through Nyarakpulu, then to Chilling via Toledo.

Kinnaur Kailash Circuit Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Kinnaur Kailash Circuit Trek is an amazing method to go for a spiritual journey to the beautiful Himachal Pradesh, since it takes you to Lord Shiva’s winter residence.  The eleven day trekking starts from  Tangi  close to Chail, goes through picture perfect Charang Village  above the high mountain pass and concludes in Manali through Chitkul, Tabo, and Losar.

Kinner Kailash Shivling, which is 79 feet tall and thirty forty feet broad, is the trek’s most important highlight. The Great Himalayan Mountain Range, including Mt. Jorkanden and Mt. Rangrik, may be seen from the Shivling. You can also shorten the journey by traveling to Tangling and then trekking to Kinner Kailash.

Stok Kangri Trek, Ladakh

Stok Kangri is a good place to begin your trekking in the Himalayas. This magnificent peak provides breathtaking views of the Karakoram and Zanskar ranges. The climb up Stok Kangri is not technically difficult; the major obstacle is the extremely high elevation.

A successful summit attempt requires good physical condition and sufficient acclimatization. The quickest path to the summit is from the settlement of Stok; if you are already well acclimated to the altitude, this trip can be completed in four days. Alternatively, the expedition can begin at Spituk or Chilling. The Markha valley hike and the Stok Kangri ascent can be combined.

Then make your way to a ridge with a spectacular view of Saltoro Kangri.After that, the Stok Kangri Peak awaits.

Auden’s Col Trek is one of the toughest treks in the Garhwal Himalayas and was found  by John Bicknell Auden, a British Geographical official. And it was for this reason that the trip was given its name. This Trek is famous for forming a connection between the north west of Gangotri which is situated at a height of 6580 metres.

The walk begins in Gangotri is a famous as well as sacred river and continues through Nala Camp, Rudugaira Base Camp, Basecamp Gangotri Group, and Auden Col Base Camp, which is the important base camp during the whole Trek ,before ending at Auden Col Base Camp.

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