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There are so many trekking options in North India.. I am mentioning a few.. you can research which one would be suitable for you 1. Har ki doon trek - Uttrakhand - ( lil difficult) 2. Nag Tibba trek - Uttrakhand - ( easy) 3. Manali lamadugh trek 4. Sar Pass trek ( near kasol ) ( Himachal ) 5. Chopra Chandrashila trek ( Uttrakhand ) 6. Dayara Bugyal trek ( Uttrakhand ) 7.Triund trek ( near Mcleodganj )
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Very welcome
That's a great list. thank youπŸ‘
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Hi Sudeep, I think the best option in april mau for ypu would be Manali-Kasol-Tosh in Himachal Pradesh. It has very good option for trekking also and also takes care that you dont have to shell out large from your pockets. Even if you wanna do some extensive tracks, then Manali has plenty to offer with tracking options to Hampta pass, Chandratal, etc. Hope this helps you.
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I too have Kasol and nearby places in MindπŸ‘
Tirthan valley. it's beautiful, remote and amazing
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That's a good suggestion πŸ‘
I think the best option in april mau for ypu would be Manali-Kasol-Tosh in Himachal Pradesh. It has very good option for trekking also and also takes care that you dont have to shell out large from your pockets. Even if you wanna do some extensive tracks, then Manali has plenty to offer with tracking options to Hampta pass, Chandratal, etc.
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Dear Sudeep !! Please see my post (Uttrakhand), it has some trekking,zipline,rented scooter ride,hostel stay,hitch hiking and all on a solo trip. https://www.tripoto.com/trip/see-it-my-way-rishikesh-haridwar-massourie-5a7b33b53be1b
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Sure let me check πŸ‘
Manali is a hub for trekkers.
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I know. i did few in the past like Hampta Pass, Bhrigu lake n Hatu peak Shimla
Make it challenging. Do the stok Kangri expedition from leh. Take a state bus from Leh to travel to Hanle. The journey is of 7-8 hours through mountainous terrains. stargazing awaits you there. Manali to Leh on a cycle, if you are physically resilient and up for it. Bhrigu lake trek or hampta pass trek from Manali
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Bro I was in Leh and Hanle in the last week of August.
Kashmir, you'll find cheap stays (go for Zostel personal suggestion) and if you're traveling on small budget take train till Jammu tavi and then shared cab(It took me 1050 rs to reach Srinagar from Mumbai). and traveling is so convenient in the town. else go for Himachal and when you travel solo you can hitchhike easily (meet random people hear there stories). you'll love it... go solo
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Many suggested Himachal and I too think that's a great option
1) Chadar Trek, Ladakh 2) Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand 3) Borasu Pass 4) Kheerganga Trek near kasol
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I find himachal is having a lot of options.πŸ‘
Https://www.tripoto.com/trip/leh-ladakh-bike-road-trip this wil be ine to do if u have a bike. or just do group tours or trks in manali, kasol, himachal etc.
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Manali is the best for trekking. and if you are near nepal. It has also some good places for trekking
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Hello Sudip. the time you have chosen to travel is quite hot time, as you wished to go north side of India you can go to Sikkim and can track to Nepal, I am suggesting you this because firstly I also wanna do that and one of my friend has done this and experience was amazing. All the best
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I have been already
Hey you can explore Kumaon or Garhwal Region. Kumaon- you can explore munsyari,kausani,pithoragarh and khaliya top trek. Garhwal - you can go for har ki dun trek or mana village
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Hi Sudeep, I would suggest you visit Auli or Tosh. You can cover either of these places within a week.
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I have been to Tosh and yes Auli is a good option
Roopkund trek ( moderate) Nag tibba trek (easy) kasol- sar pass (easy to moderate) Hampta pass ( easy) Chandrakhani Pass ( easy) Brigu lake trek ( easy) Stock kangri ( Hard)
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I think the best option in april mau for ypu would be Manali-Kasol-Tosh in Himachal Pradesh. It has very good option for trekking also and also takes care that you dont have to shell out large from your pockets. Even if you wanna do some extensive tracks, then Manali has plenty to offer with tracking options to Hampta pass, Chandratal, etc.
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Spiti valley, hampta pass trek
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