Five Amazing Trekking Destinations In India To Enjoy Your Weekends Stress Free

Adventure, Tourism, Travel

Everyone would love to spend his summers in the wild under the shadows of pine trees. Enjoy the fresh air and pure food. On the hills its amazing to wake up early in the morning, feel the breeze of the mountains, a soft sun rays from the sun rise from the top of hill makes you bonkers, listen to chirping of birds brings a smile on your face.

So, we can enjoy all what these hills offer in our short and long weekends. We can plan in advance and give ourselves a break from the monotonous life and enjoy not to be the Insta crazy but enjoy the life in wilderness. So, go little adventurous and try something different, here is the list of treks that you can take over on your weekends.

Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand

Always on the travellers list, Nag Tibba takes you to a height of 10,000 feet. The climb is easy and perfect for the first times as well. One can start the trek from Dehradun or Mussoori and enjoy the passage through oak forests. The temperature remains cool and the landscape is beautiful. Stay at campsites and enjoy the view through out the Nag Tibba peak.

Nag Tibba also called as Serpent’s Peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas in Garhwal region / eventshigh.com / SilkRouteTraveller
Nag Tibba also called as Serpent’s Peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas in Garhwal region / eventshigh.com / SilkRouteTraveller
Spiti Valley Trek, Himachal Pradesh.

Definitely one of the more challenging but beautiful treks available in India, Spiti Valley is not just home to picturesque landscape but also to old monasteries and gorgeous snow capped mountains. Despite being a popular trek option, it is yet to be completely thronged by tourists because it’s not an easy trek to complete.

The 55 km Spiti valley trek is a 5 day expedition that covers the breathtaking sceneries / 365Hops / SilkRouteTraveller
The 55 km Spiti valley trek is a 5 day expedition that covers the breathtaking sceneries / 365Hops / SilkRouteTraveller
Chopta Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand

After a day long trek through the Chopta Chandrashila, you are than blessed with the open air view of various Himalayan Peaks like Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Trishul etc. At the height of 2680 meters the valley is surrounded by amazingly beautiful Oak and Deodar forests. The over all trek is beautiful and scenic views are out of this world.

Chandrashila Temple at the top of trek / GIO Adventures / SilkRouteTraveller
At the top of Chopta Chandrashila trek / GIO Adventures / SilkRouteTraveller
Tarsar Marsar, Kashmir

One of the beautiful treks in Kashmir remains Tarsar Marsar. The track leads through the pine trees and green pastures. The trek starts either from famous tourist resort Pehalgam or from the other famous destination Sonamarg. The trek takes you to two pristine clear lakes at the height of 41000 meters called as Tarsar Marsar. This treck is bit difficult but beginners can also take this trek.

One of the best treks in Kashmir /  The Alternative / SilkRouteTraveller
One of the best treks in Kashmir / The Alternative / SilkRouteTraveller
Beaskund Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Himachal is the travellers paradise and it offers many adventure treks as well. Among many tracking routes in Himachal, Beaskund Trek remains one of the easiest and famous treks in Himachal Predesh. The trek starts from Solang Nala, near Manali, than the trek takes you over a glacial lake. At an altitude of 3650 meters Beaskund remains the origin of river Beas. The trek ends with a scenic campsite in the middle of a mountain.

The trek of Basekund in Himachal Predesh / 365Hops / SilkRouteTraveller
The trek of Beaskund in Himachal Predesh / 365Hops / SilkRouteTraveller

Most of the treks would take you 2-3 days to enjoy the places in all respects. However, the weather conditions can make the trek longer. So, get set and trekking.

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