Trekking is an altogether different journey revealing you with some hidden beautified treasures of the world, introducing you with some serene insights of the melodious rivers, splendid waterfalls, snow-capped mountains, green leafy meadows decorated and blooming with the wildflowers on both sides of it and also the beautiful yet dense forest regions covered under the Pine, Oak, and Rhododendron trees. The list and the description of the Top 10 Treks in India are mentioned below.

Kedarnath Trek, Uttrakhand

One of the best treks in the Garhwal Region of Himalayan ranges representing some of the nicest insights of mother earth. The Kedarnath trek of Uttarakhand is popularly known as “The Heaven on Earth” or “Devbhoomi”. The trek offers plenty of scenarios that avid trekkers are always in search of. The Trek is near Govind Pashu Vihar National park and introduces you to the beautiful Himalayan peaks like Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini Kalanag Gangotri, and Yamunotri. On reaching the peak you will be astonished and the background pictorials reflecting some beautiful valleys, sunset, waterfalls are sufficient reasons to envy others.

Initial Point: Sankri Village

Altitude: 12,500 feet

Duration: 6 Days

Trek Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Trek Distance: 22 KM

Best time to visit: December to April.

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Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

The scenic landscapes, beautiful valleys and lush green meadows are the identifying features of Hampta Pass Trek. The trek initiates from the valleys heading towards the mountains which are mostly covered under the Snow in the months of June and July after which the greenery is the only thing visible for the rest of the months. It also showcases the panoramic view of Lahaul Valley below. Also, Chandratal Lake is visible 60 KMs away from Chatru, the point where the trek ends.

Initial Point: Manali

Altitude: 14,100 feet

Duration: 5 Days

Trek Difficulty: Moderate

Trek Distance: 32 KM

Best time to visit: June to October.

Rajmachi Trek, Maharashtra

The easiest and one of the best treks for beginners or for those who want to cheer themselves up by a small mini trek expedition they can surely visit Rajmachi Trek in the state of Maharashtra. The trek is having the beautiful base campsite at Udhewadi. Also, the dense forest, waterfalls, temples, ancient Buddhist caves, and the Shri Vardhan and Manaranjan forts are the main highlights of the Trek.

Initial Point: Lonavala

Altitude: 3000 feet

Duration: 1 Day

Trek Difficulty: Easy

Trek Distance: 14 KM

Best time to visit: June to September.

Sandakphu Trek, West Bengal

Popularly known as “Trekker’s Wonderland” this is the highest point of West Bengal helping you spot some beautiful scenarios of Kanchanjunga, Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Makalu. The main instinct of the trek is the flora it possesses including ferns and orchids. You can witness, mythologically believed and one which is considered holy by the Buddhist are kalapokhri or the black pond.

A Popular valley of poison called Bikhey Bhanjyang can be seen.

Initial Point: Darjeeling

Altitude: 11,500 feet

Duration: 8-9 Days

Trek Difficulty: Easy

Trek Distance: 45 KM

Visiting time:  April to May and October to February

Chokramudi Trek, Munnar

The beautiful hill station Munnar has some very exciting and eye-pleasing sights from the popular Chokramudi Trek. The trek is specifically for those who are either just beginners in trekking or they have a short time in their hands left and still they want to have thrill and adventure on their trekking expedition. The trek has some tea estates, hills, mountains, and rivers flowing by the sides. Views of the peaks such as Western ghats and Anamudi are worth watching. One of the highest arch dams in Asia, the Idukki Dam, is their main center of attraction for tourists.

Initial Point: Lockhart Tea Estate

Altitude: 2100 m

Duration: 5-7 Days

Trek Difficulty: Easy 

Best time to visit: April to June

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek, Jammu and Kashmir

Have you ever seen the snow splashing down from the mountains and falling directly under the lake? How beautiful this vision can be, snow patched directly falling down into the lake sliding through the mountains. Kashmir Great Lakes Trek helps you witness the same. The banks of the lakes are completely decorated with lush green grasslands that enhance the beauty of mountains as well as of the lake. 

Initial Point: Shitkadi

Altitude: 13,750 Feet

Duration: 7 Days

Trek Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

Trek Distance: 72 KM

Best time to visit: July to September

Goechala Trek, Sikkim

The mountains are huge over here and hence tourists can get clear. Views of the mountains, the melodious rivers and the green meadows covered under the snow. Kanchenjunga peak and Dzongri Trek are the highlights for which Goechala is famous.

Initial Point: Yuksom

Altitude:  15,200 Feet

Duration: 11 Days

Trek Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

Trek Distance: 90 KM

Visiting time: April to June and September to October

Bhrigu Lake Trek, Himachal Pradesh

This trek is always an ideal choice if you are just beginning a trip or you don’t want to jump into the heavy trekking schedule. At a small distance from Manali, Bhrigu Lake Trek is the most delightful trek to visit Himachal Pradesh. 

Initial Point: Gulaba

Altitude:  14,009 Feet

Duration: 4 Days

Trek Difficulty: Easy

Trek Distance: 29 KM

Best time to visit: June to September

Beas Kund Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Beas Kund Trek is a famous trekking place in Himachal Pradesh.  To begin with, the trekking journey of Beas Kund Trek one has to initiate from the old aged villages of Shang and Burua. The villages named above offer pollution-free breathtaking air and a completely serene atmosphere for one to settle down in. The trail further heads you towards Solang Valley and the grasslands of Bakartach and Dundi.

Initial Point: Beas River

Altitude:  12,772 Feet

Duration: 4 Days

Trek Difficulty: Easy to moderate

Trek Distance: 17 KM

Best time to visit: Mid-May to Mid-October

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Pir Parvati Pass Trek

One of the longest treks of around 110 Kms, it serves as a bridge between Spiti Valley and the Kullu Valley. Since the place is residing in a high altitude region most of the time in a year it is covered inside the blanket of snow. The eye-catching scenic beauty, leafy alpine forest areas, alluring waterfalls and lush grasslands are the most attractive things and trekkers will be impressed to visit. 

Initial Point: Manali

Altitude:  17,450 Feet

Duration: 9 Days

Trek Difficulty: Difficult

Trek Distance: 110 KM

Best time to visit: July to August