All adventure hormones get pumped up when you hear about Himalayan trekking. Deep in the Himalayas, there are soulful hikes that change from iridescent to varied terrain. Exploring these through the lens of a trekker means meeting people who are adapting to the climate, experiencing the unknown, and still practicing simplicity. It’s a surreal testimony. Explore these breathtaking hikes. Each one is unique.
1)Sar pass trek
Sar passes starts from Kasol, his trek passes through dense pine forests, beautiful alpine meadows, picturesque villages, snow-capped mountains, and some of the most beautiful scenery, making it one of the best treks for beginners. On some days of trekking, you will pass a small frozen lake (Sar in the local dialect). It is from this lake that the Sar Pass Trek got its name. The trek is blessed with varied terrain and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, making it a highly stimulating and enriching experience.
2) Brahmatal Trek
The Brahmatal trek Valley is a medium-sized lake (geographical coordinates:
30.176878°E, 79.589449°N) lies beneath a ridge and can only be found when descending from the ridge. Lord Brahma meditated by this lake, according to legend. Another lake on this trail called Behartal is also hidden in a dense forest. Your guide will probably point this out to you as many of you may miss it. Both lakes are of medium size considering the high altitude lakes.
The summit views from the route are mesmerizing, with the high peaks of the Himalayas visible from east to west. On the right in the northeast direction, you can see the Mrituni, Devtri, and Maikoti peaks of Kumaon. Just to the north are the Trisuru Massif and the mighty Nanda Gunti, which will take your breath away. Vesartri Himal and Nandagunti. To the left west, you can see the huge peaks of Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Mana, Kamet, Hathi, and Ghoda. This is the opposite ridge of the famous Roopkund trek and offers a bird’s eye view of the route including Ari Bugyal, Bedni Bugyal, Roopkund, and Junarghali with the famous Rongti Saddle in the distance. The best time to explore this trail is winter or spring.
3)Dayara Bugyal Trek
Dayara Bugyal Trek is spectacular and beautiful. The Dayara Bugyal Trek is located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, India, on the highest elevation of this Bugyal. Elevation 11,181 feet. It starts in the small village of Vals. Stunning Mountain Views Exciting hikes and some of the most beautiful alpine meadows in Uttarakhand. Spectacular woodlands, beautiful campsites, old villages, and highlights. It is also special that Dayara Bugyal Uttarakhand’s Bedni Bugyal enclosure is the largest Bugyal. These mountains have constant weather changes and the temperature in Dayara Bugyal changes over time.
The white snow in winter invites hikers to “ski” and the flowering meadows are a feast for the eyes after the snow melts.
Next, Dayara Bugyal and Bakaria Top offer majestic views of the high mountains of the Himalayas. The peaks visible from it are Rudregayla, Gangotri I, II & III, Jaonli, Draupadi Ka Danda I & II, Black Peak, Bandarpoonch, and many other unnamed peaks visible from Dayara Bugyal Meadow. However, don’t miss the heavenly sunrise and sunset views during the trek.
What makes the Kedarkantha Trek unique is that you can also see some of the most beautiful Himalayan mountains from here. Swargarohini Peak I. II.III (6300m), Black Peak (6387m), Bandarpunch Peak (6300m), and all mountains can be seen from here. Peak 5800m etc.
From here you have a good view of all treks from Har Ki Dun Valley and Ruinsala Valley Bali Pass, Boras Pass, Sarutar, and Fathu Kandi Pass Trek. Can view all hikes in one hike.
Kedarkantha is one of the year-round treks, especially popular in winter.
5)Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek
Chandrashila means “rock of the moon”. It is located at an altitude of about 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) above sea level. Chandrashila Peak offers spectacular views of the Himalayas, especially Nanda Devi, Bandarpunch, and Chaukhamba Peaks. Various legends are associated with this place legend has it that Lord Rama meditated here after defeating the demon king Ravana. During this trek, you can also visit Tungnath Temple, the highest Shiva temple. The hike is easy and very easy to do alone. However, it is not a real trekking experience as there is a cemented path to Tungnath Temple and a well-paved path to Chandrashila peak. If you are looking for a real trekking experience, you can explore Kedarkantha.