|Best Five Treks in India|
Nag Tibba Trek
Nag Tibba is a winter trek that is located in Uttarakhand. You can reach Dehradun via train or a bus from Delhi. The base village called Pantwari village takes 4 hours to reach from Dehradun. It is a 2 days trek that is about 16 kilometers. On day 1 you must reach till Nag Tibba base camp that is around 5 kilometers from Pantwari village. The trail is very beautiful along the mountain ranges and dense forests with rhododendrons. Now after reaching the campsite you can just relax and enjoy nature. You must also do physical activities so as to get ready for the next day trekking that would be a bit long one. You can slowly get nature’s beauty and enjoy the soothing sounds of it via the chirping of birds. On day 2 it’s time for the summit trek of Nag Tibba. You must start early in order to witness the majestic sunrise from Nag Tibba.
Gokarna Beach Trek
Have you ever wondered how beautiful and serene a beach trek would look like? Well, Gokarna Beach Trek is one of those beach trek places that will answer your question! It is a perfect combination of both hills and beaches along big rock boulders. It is approximately kilometers away from Bangalore, Karnataka. The trek takes you to Paradise Beach after crossing a mild dense forest. The first beach in the trek, Paradise Beach, is a sarine beach that is complemented by huge black rocks. After Paradise Beach it is time for you to move towards Half moon Beach, which welcomes you with constant waves. There are some tricky high rocks before reaching Half Moon Beach, which, if not cared for, will lead you directly to the sea. After the Half Moon Beach, then comes the turn of Om Beach, which is named after the shape the shore takes based on Om. Then Kudle Beach which further leads you towards Gokarna Beach. So this trek unlike any other treks gives an amazing adventure with unique natural vegetation producing the sounds of the waves that will surely make your day.
Gangotri Gaumukh Tapovan Trek
The Gangotri Gaumukh trek commences from a holy Town, which is named after Gangotri river. Dehradun is the first point of the journey, from where you must reach Gangotri. It is standing at an altitude of 11200 feet above sea level. In order to have a healthy trek you must allot a day for acclimatization. After acclimatization in Gangotri, you must start your trek of 9 kilometers heading towards the first campsite called Chirbasa. While trekking in Chirbasa, you will come across Gangotri National Park. Next campsite is Bhojbasa, which is also the last but one campsite. The trail from Bhojbasa unlike the earlier was not a well laid one. And you must cross the river on the way via a pulley-trolly system in order to continue the trail. From Bhojbasa it would be a long trail of 9 kilometers to the summit because you must take a to and fro journey from the summit completing whopping 18 kilometers in one single day. After a hard day though not monotonous, you will see rock moraine with huge boulders. And the magnificent view of Mt. Shivling will take your breath away for a moment and bring back the energy and liveliness in you.
Pindari Glacier Trek
Pindari Glacier is part of Nanda Devi National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary and is located in Uttarakhand. Karkia is the first base site to stay. Interestingly, you will notice that instead of staying in camps you get to stay in some beautiful domes. From Karkia you will head towards a village called Khati, which is 5 kilometers away. You will get to cross a long bridge that is constructed above the beautiful Pindari River. The next campsite is in Dwali, which is 6500 feet high and then to Phurkia, which is 10500 feet high, which is a bit tricky. Now it’s time for you to learn how to wear microspikes, because it is the day you need to walk on snow in addition to ascending. Finally, the wait would be over, as you will get to step on the point called Zero Point, that is Pindari Glacier.
Skandagiri Night Trek
The Skandagiri night trek is 70 kilometers away from Bangalore and also known as Kalavari Betta. It is an 8 kilometers night trek to the summit. And Skandagiri hill is 1450 meters above sea level. The trek starts early at around 4 o’clock in the morning. This will enable you to see the morning sunshine. Trekking would be difficult if you miss carrying a torch light with you. If you want adventure then Skandagiri Night Trek can give you that experience as it looks quite scary, especially for the first timers. So Skandagiri Trek is not only a beautiful night trek but also an adventurous one.