India’s Himalayan Region is a treasure trove of unique geography, rugged treks, stunning scenery and breathtaking views. India is a paradise for trekkers, offering unrivalled mental recovery. There are many paths in the Indian Himalayan region that offer different levels of difficulty. This is an ideal place for trekkers who want to explore some of nature’s most treasured secrets.
You are wrong to think that hiking will limit your exposure to beautiful landscapes. These are the best moderate Himalayan hiking trails for beginners looking to get an adrenaline rush.
Khar Myundari Trek is situated at 3800m above sea level and welcomes all year. This 2-day trek from Manali to Khar Myundari Trek is perfect for those with limited time.
You will start at Sethan, approximately an hour from Manali. The journey takes you through the beautiful Kullu Valley to a camp by the lake. This journey’s most stunning element is the breathtaking Kullu Valley view, which takes you to another dimension.
Indrahar Pass Trek
The Indrahar Pass Trek provides stunning views of the Pir Panjal and Dhaula Dhar mountain ranges. It is a great choice for novice and experienced trekkers. This moderate hike starts in Mcleodganj, and ends in Chamba. It passes through lush Rhododendron and Deodar woods.
Gaddi shepherds can accompany trekkers on a different route. They will be leading their flock to the meadow. You will need to climb many boulders to reach Indrahar Pass. But once you get there, you’ll be rewarded by stunning views of Manimahesh Kailash, and the hypnotic Indian plains.
India explored and documented the Brahmatal trek, along with many other treks. It is a spectacular journey that takes you to the top of Brahmatal, which is at 12,250 feet.
Brahmatal can also be enjoyed solo. The trail is covered with snow in December, January and February. The expedition will last until April.
Hampta Pass is Uttarakhand’s highest peaks. This was in 2010. This is without doubt one of the most beautiful hikes in Himachal Pradesh. Because Indiahikes made it available to hikers, I hold this trek dear to my heart. It’s a trek I’d do again. Arjun Majumdar (our founder) adds, “Without the climb, my list is incomplete.”
It is a challenging and thrilling trek that must be done. It connects Kullu’s lush green valleys with a narrow valley that is almost a gorge to the high mountains.
Gidara Bugyal Trip
Gidara Bugyal is a well-known and ancient Himalayan trek. This may be more than the Ali Bedni Bugyal hike. The journey includes a beautiful ridge walk that not many treks can boast. The campsites on this trek are breathtaking.
Buran Ghati Trek
Buran Ghati, which combines the best of all our treks into one trek, is Buran Ghati. It’s exciting with meadows and a daring cross-country crossing.
Parallel to one another, the Buran Ghati Trek is connected with Rupin Pass Trek. The trail starts in Janglik, a mediaeval hamlet. It then travels through lush forest before reaching Dayara meadows.
Pin Bhaba Trek
Pin Bhaba takes 9 days. The Pin Bhaba Pass Trek starts at Kafnu. Although the trek is quite long, it can be done on your own. Pin Bhaba is the most spectacular trek. Every day is different. Each day feels like an adventure. The Pin Bhaba is a safer option than its more dangerous cousin, Pin Parvati Pass, which puts your life on the line.
The Himalayas are home to some of the most majestic peaks on Earth. They stretch across India, Bhutan, Nepal and China. Although Everest is the most prominent, there are many peaks that are unique and striking. They are also unique because they are only found here and cannot be duplicated elsewhere in the world. This is especially true when you include the Pamir, Hindu Kush and Karakoram mountain ranges west and east of the Indus.
We are blessed to have been born in such a beautiful country.