Rudyard Kipling said, ‘This is surely not the location of the people’ in the imposing Himalayas. For its variety of landscapes, the island of Himachal Pradesh is legendary. The snow-capped hills, plains, ice stretches, formed by snow, include forests, glacial lakes. The villages of Himachali are the cliffs and an excellent highlight of the trekking trip. From March to September, Himachal Pradesh trekking is accessible. The cost of trekking is not very high in Himachal Pradesh. Those who want more will take a lot of sidewalks to waterfalls, rivers, and even more hills.
- Deo Tibba Base Camp
You can do a Deo Tibba Base Camp Tour, which is situated on the base of mount Deo Tibba, if you feel ambitious. Located in a remote location, the trek offers you tasty natural and mountain views. This trek will pose different obstacles, training you for more demanding mountain treks and excursions. This walk is not ideal for beginners because it needs to be solid and steady.
- Sar Pass Trek
Sar Pass Trek offers a wonderful view of the Himalayas and is a trek from Kasol town. All about this trek is so unique and charming from the campsite to the breathtaking views. The road is lined with pines and deodar trees, and the wilderness flourishes with varied flowers. Sar Pass is truly a magical mountain walk.
- Chamba Trek
From Dalhousie, you’re going to Chamba to be conquered at least once by all thrillers. The Chamba Trek is so beautiful as it can be, with its fascinating views of the natural magnetic wonders, open blue sky and lush green leaves. Apart from the surreal trails which run along a deodar jungle, other highlights of this trek are the majestic views of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal. This is an important route to Himachal Pradesh.
- Dainkund Trek
Being the highest peak in all the Dalhousie region, Dainkund Trek is ideal for those looking for exciting walks in Himachal. This pitch gives a 360° view of the whole valley and thus makes the audience amazed. Thanks to the melodic rhythms that the trees make, this top is also known as the singers’ point. A number of different species can be seen from pine to oak here. In addition there is a temple on top, which makes it more serene.
- Great Himalayan National Park Trek
The trekking experience to the Great Himalayan National Park is as thrilling as possible. This trek takes you to Shilt Thatch, a magic place with wild and wildlife species. Think of seeing sunlight passing through the raw leaves of the towering trees, creating a canopy over your head. Cross the Tirthan river, sit by the calm waters, relax and see various uncommon birds and animal species.
- Bijli Mahadev Temple
Bijli Mahadev Temple is probably one of the most pleasant of all hiking trails in Himachal. The highest point can only be conquered in a few hours, but stellar views of this destination cannot be ignored. Following the ascent, the shiva temple, a metal trishul and a linga shiva built entirely of butter can be observed. The odd thing here is that, even if made from butter, Shiva Linga would never melt! After climbing up, crossing the temple, you can head to the back of the hill, offering views that leave your jaws lying down, pumping your heart and tearing your eyes for its beauty.
- Tirthan Valley
In the Himachal region there are no shortage of impressive hill stations. One of these peaks is the Tirthan Valley which in recent years has seen an immense rise in footprints. Tirthan Valley can get a little busy, but that’s exactly what makes you meet people, walk and ride with a similar attitude. Not only is this valley a wonderful escape from jungles, it is also a great place to get into the lap of nature. Tirthan’s Valley is a perfect place to spend a long holiday in the heart of the country’s mountains.
- Kareri Lake Trek
Himachal trekking is all about escaping home from the monotonous and busy life. One of the most exquisite and picturesque views of the natural wonders can be seen in Kareri Lake Trek. Kareri Lake Trek in Kangra district passes along the paths that proudly lined Chir and Chilgoza Pines. The woods, the lake, the camps and the open air are indeed paradisiacal, not just for nature lovers, but also for shuttering bugs out there, trying out some brilliant photography of the countryside.