Take your Adventure Game A Notch Higher In 2021! 15 stunning winter treks in the Himalayas!

 

Take your Adventure Game A Notch Higher In 2021! 15 stunning winter treks in the Himalayas!

 

Take your Adventure Game A Notch Higher In 2021! 15 stunning winter treks in the Himalayas!

It is the ambition to go hiking in the Himalayas for every adventurer. The tiny passages, steep ups and downs, and the walkers enjoy a wonderful outlook. Fortunately, India is gifted with the gorgeous Himalayas, which offer abundant chances to walk. Winters may not be the safest time for walking, but the experience counts for junkies of adventure.

 

Yes, snow sheets are hard to walk. The temps are frigid, but breathtaking views cover all the agony and strain. Not all of these excursions are challenging, as much as it seems difficult to believe. Take the greatest winter walks in the Himalayas to help you chose simple, moderate, and challenging walks.

 

Top 15 Himalayan Winter Treks

 

These winter hikes are described below for all difficulty levels. Whether you're a trekker or a pro just beginning your adventure after conquering tens of the mountains, these treks will have only one impact on you — overpowering. Just take advantage of your winter breaks when the mountains call you!

 

 

1. Triund And Laka Glacier Trek

 

This walk is about enchanting couples of beauty with plenty of adventure. This intriguing trek will take you to Laka Got Glacier where you may relax and relax. Also, don't forget to play with the snow and to remember your loved ones blissfully!

 

 

2. Prashar Lake Trek

 

The Prashar Lake Trek is one of the finest winter treks in the Himalayas for a short period of time. Located in the valley of the Dhauladhar, the stunning views of snowy mountains pass through the lush pine forests. Also, for a long weekend, this hike is perfect!

 

 

3. Kasol-Kheerganga Trek

 

Kasol Kheerganga Trek, one of the most famous adventure tours, allows you to rest in nature and relax. This short hike provides an exciting trip through the forest and gives you a wonderful glimpse of the Parvati River.

 

 

4. Kareri Lake Trek

 

You fall in love with the natural beauty of this intriguing walk. The view of the magnificent woodlands and the fantastic landscape will be a tremendous reminder. In addition, you can also take advantage of your adventurous Tyrolean Traversing.

 

 

5. Kuari Pass Winter Trek

 

This walk was one of the best winter treks in India and is generally known as the Lord Curzon Trail, the Kuari Pass trip found by the former Viceroy, Lord Curzon. Trekkers can stop downhill in one of India's most beautiful ski resorts — Auli.

 

 

6. Nag Tibba Winter Trek

 

Nag Tibba is also a Hindu pilgrimage to the Temple of Nag Deva, not only for beginners' destination on the Himalayan Winter trek in December and about the month (Snake God). From Dehradun to Pantwari, Nagtibba, Devalsari, and Thur, the journey passes through the distant villages and landscapes.

 

 

7. Dodital Winter Trek

 

The easy Dodital walk leads you through the oak forests, pines, and forests of rhododendrons. It involves camping around the lovely Dodi Lake, famous for the Golden Mahseer Fish of the Himalayas, before your arrival at Darwa Pass. In January, the beautiful scenery and the cool weather make it one of the best spots to hike.

 

 

8. Auli Gorson Winter Trek

 

This is one of the most gorgeous winter trips in India from Rishikesh to Gorson Bugyal and takes you through Joshimath and Auli. However, the travel is covered by bus from Rishikesh to Joshimath. You are going to roam from Joshimath to Auli. Between Auli and Gorson is the main walk. This easy tour offers a great experience through the deodar & oak woods and the stunning view of Nanda Devi peak.

 

 

9. Kedarkantha Winter Trek

 

Kedarkantha winter treks in Uttarakhand are famous in clearings surrounded by big pines for their beautiful campsites. The ascent through the beautiful wood concludes with a glaze. The easy path is an excellent Himalayan winter trip.

 

 

10. Dayara Bugyal Winter Trek

 

Bugyal means high altitude meadow in the local tongue. It takes you through some of Himalaja's most picturesque wetlands, covering over 28 sq km, and offing Nordic and Alpine skiing choices as one of the easiest winter hikes in the Himalayas. The unoccupied shepherd's cabin offers comfortable accommodation in fresh winters.

 

 

11. Kedarkantha Trek

 

In the gorgeous Mountain range, Kedarkantha Trek includes some of the thrilling and adventurous occasions. It is worth seeing the Himalayan township with the majesty of snowfall and tranquil winds and pine trees which boast Christmas sentiments. This is one of the most prominent treks in the center of the beautiful Himalayas for snow trekking. The best thing about this journey is the secluded path to get to the base camp. It's as magnificent as it can!

 

 

12. Brahmatal Trek

 

In the high winter season, snow-capped mountains are difficult to scale. One of the rare wind tours in January-February in Uttarakhand is Brahmatal. It's not too hard to scale, despite the chilly season.

 

 

13. Singalila Sandakphu Winter Trek

 

This Himalayan winter tour is best performed in the winter season and is located in the North-East. This is the only tour in India that shows you some of the world's highest mountains — Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and Lhotse. In addition, you can be fortunate enough to find Tragopan and red pandas.

 

 

14. Annapurna Base Camp Trek

 

Camp Trek is one of the most popular hiking routes in the region of Annapurna. This wonderful walk allows you a return to the grandeur of the woodland of Rhododendron, the picturesque view of mountains, and the extraordinary range of Annapurna. The journey is known as the Shrine Trek as you may see several floral and faunal species.

 

 

15. Har Ki Dun Winter Trek

 

A winter tour through a loveable valley surrounded by towns with unseen Himachali architecture, Har Ki Dun, in close proximity to Kedar Kantha Trek. The walk takes you to the chestnut, walnut, and willow trees forests.

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