Hey readers, today we will be discussing about 8 amazing Himachal Pradesh Treks which are to be considered very attractive for thrillers and youth.
PIN Parvati, which means ‘Abode of Snow’ – Himachal Pradesh, is a splendid mountain pass nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. This walk consists of lush green scenery with the lush and barren landscape of the Pin Valley of Spiti. Between July and September, the best time to visit this area is because it remains under heavy snow throughout the remaining months. The trek connects Kulu’s Parvati Valley to Spiti’s Pin Valley and is therefore called Pin Parvati Pass. It is necessary to observe the trial by Manikaran living in the Kullu district between the beautiful rivers Beas and Parvati north-east of Bhuntar.
Sar Pass trek
Himachal Pradesh is deeply beautiful. It offers various attractions including sporting adventures and spectacular scenery. The Sar Pass trek is located in Himachal Pradesh’s magnificent Pin Parvati Valley, Kulu Country. In the local dialect, Sar means the cove. While crossing the hilly paths, one has to cross a little lake with snow (Sar) and hence the name of Sar Pass Trek from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Ride. Trekkers have reached many trekking routes over the years.
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‘Beas’ derives from the name of the famous epic Mabharata’s legendary author ‘Vyas.’ The Beas River comes from Beas Kund, an exceptional place for trekking and leisure travelers. Starting from Manali, the trek to Bias Kund crosses the beautiful Solang Valley, famed for its ski slopes. On this tour, you can learn about the luxuriant green wetlands, the glaciers, and the snow-capped peaks. The base camp for the Ladakhi climb and friendship peaks is Beas Kund.
Chandra Taal is situated at an altitude of around 14,100 feet, meaning Lake of the Moon or Chandra Tal. This is an incredible spot in the middle of Spiti’s dusty, arid countryside. The lake’s form of the bean is approximately 2.8 kilometers long. The water is crystal clear and with the day, the water changes its color in different blue shades. The wilderness stretching through certain regions on both sides of the lake makes it the ideal place and camp to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of this Spiti joy. The lake is reachable on foot from both the Batal and Kunzum Pass between the end of May and the beginning of October.
Parvati Valley, connected by Chandrakhani Pass to the Malana Valley, Kullu Valley. The pass is noted for its beauty and is a suitable base for a walk. Chandrakhani is 3600m high and provides stunning panoramic views throughout the trial. Chanderkhani Pass provides wonderful views over the mountain ranges of Deo Tibbas, Pir Panjal, and Parbati. The trek starts from Naggar village, which is about 21 km from Manali city. The best way to travel from May to October is via the Chandrakhani pass. Pir Panjal’s view extends north and so powerful from this Pass are the smaller Sivaliks. The hike can be graded as a moderate hike.
It is connected to breathtaking sceneries and tourist attractions. The Himalayas The most beautiful and moderate trekking experience ever can be enjoyed towards the south-east of Manali. The Hampta Pass walk takes you to a mighty place, which stands on both sides of Hampta Mountain, such as Oak, Rhodo, Pine, and Hampta River. This is a bridge to the Lahaul Spiti valley for the village of Hampta. Between June and October are the main months for trekking at Hampta Pass. It starts in the village of Prini and goes up. On the route between the two valleys of Lahaul and Kullu, a shift in landscapes could be seen.
Triund, a ridge that looks very closely at the Moon Peak-Indra Pass, is located in the Dhauladhar Himalayan. Triund is located 9 kilometers from the Bhagsu Nag, which has become a well-known tourist destination. It takes four hours to reach Triund from McLeodganj, which is part of upper Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh. Stayed at 2827 m high, the site is famous for its picturesque magnificence of the imposing mountain landscape. The views of Triund from Dhauladhar and Kangra Valley are fascinating. Without a guide, you can walk along the pass. This area is becoming famous over time due to its proximity to the snowline that lies only 13 km away.
Kinnaur Kailash Circuit
The Kinnaur Kailash in the local dialect called Kinner Kailash is a mountainous area of the local Himachal Pradesh district of Kinnaur. The mountain range that borders the district of Kinnaur to the south is dominated by Kinnaur Kailash (6349m) and Jonkarden (6473m). Charang La is the only pass on this hiking path at an altitude of 5300m. The Hindu and the Buddhist Kinnauris regard this pass as sacred. The whole hiking route is full of lush green valleys, verdant trees, snow-capped vineyards, and cold desert mountains. Kinnaur is rich in fauna and flora. May through September is the right time to visit the magical Kailash of Kinnaur.