In the north of India is Himachal Pradesh. The place is beautiful and lies in the Himalayas. Many people who want to walk or trek internationally go to this region as many trekking are beautiful. There are more challenging and more time-consuming treks. We have been able to try out more quickly walking to get you out for the first time in Himachal Pradesh. Make sure that you have some kind of GPS walking with you, there you don’t want to get lost.
Deo Tibba Base
In reality, this trek is three smaller treks in one. All three of you don’t have to try at once, but we are showing the whole trek so you can decide what to do. The walk is around 100 kilometers on all three legs. If you want to do all three of the sections, take your time to make this kind of trek. From July to September, this trial is excellent. The reason we add this trek to the list is due to the wonderful views on the way. This is the sort of view for which you are coming to Himachal Pradesh, so do not miss the whole trail. Choose a segment that you like and concentrate on getting in.
Triund Hill Trail
This trek is one of the shortest, but you can go a variety of different ways. This walk is perfect for one day because the trail is so short. You best make the trip in August and September, but if you want to see snow, you can do it in March. Now, when you’re going to Triund Hill, you can see only amazing views, but also loads of wildlife.
Jesus Pass Trek
We start this trek as it is a popular and easy walk to numerous walkers in the area. The trail is approximately 40 km which can make it a little harder for others. The tracks are best walked between the end of July and the beginning of September. The walk has breathtaking views of two valleys. You will surely enjoy the view, even if the walk is a bit long.
Indrahar Pass Trek
This trail is beautiful when the mountains around you get a glimpse. When you’re going up a bit, the views are worth the effort. It will take five or six days for this journey to complete, but it is worth the time to go up and see this photo. From mid-May to October, you’ll want to make this amazing journey. You have plenty of time for this journey.
Jalori Pass Trek
This walk is very brief. If you begin your walk on the pass, the trail to the lake is just 6 kilometers ahead. If you plan to start elsewhere you can make this trek a little longer, but it’s a wonderful view. You will enjoy the walk and the views from the pass to the lake are breathtaking. Between May and June, and September and October, you’re going to want to try that.
Hatu Peak Trek
Although this path is only 14 km, on this particular walk, you want a local guide with you. Some bears live in the area for this trip. This is not to avoid this unique trip, since bears are found in Himachal Pradesh, but to be a bit careful. This walk is in a lovely place, however. A temple and a lovely valley are found here, from Hatu Peak. Although the main walk is not so long, this walk can be a little longer.
Kareri Lake Trek
On a trail that is ideal for a few days, Kareri Lake is a glacial lake. For a round trip, the distance is 36 km. Enable yourself to be a little more interesting on the road, which will be a temple with festivals during August and September. June, September, and October are the best months for this tour. You cannot go until June due to the formation of glaciers on the way. If in the future we want a longer path, Kareri Lake is the start of two separate paths that cross nearby passes.
Beas Kund Trek
Although the trail Beas Kund is a long one, it is still well-known. But the lane is well worn and you’re not going to fight it. The trail in winter is hidden by the snow, but from mid-May to October you can walk along. The trail is only 12 km away, but on that trail, you can spend a lot of time. From the general view of the river, there are plenty of things to see. Take the time on this walk and have fun in a lovely place.
Kheer Ganga Trek
At 23 kilometers, this trail is very long, but it’s not difficult. This is the ideal trail for someone who has a lot of time and needs to spend a little relaxing time. You will be in some hot springs at the end of this trip. It is a little short between July and August when the year is to attempt this trip. However, it may be worth the trouble.
Bhrigu Lake Trek
This hike is 29 km, but it’s a really clear hike. You won’t waste much time scrambling up and down steeply and really can pass through the area easily. Even if you can travel quickly, however, you can spend your time admiring the natural views. Many kinds of wood and a lovely lake can be enjoyed on the way. Between mid-May and November, you’ll have time to try this trail. During the monsoon season, you may want to avoid this trail.