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1. Parvati valley(Rashol Trek,Kheerganga trek).And you can also visit the Malana,Kasol and Tosh. 2.Dharmshala(Triund trek and Indrahar Pass trek).And you can also visit the Macleodganj,Dharmkot(TryTheLocalPizzaThere),Dalhousie. 3.In Uttrakhand Treks are banned by supreme court.
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There are a lot of treks in himachal pradesh 1.tosh and kheerganga trek 2. kedarkantha trek ..best winter trek 3.hampta pass trek manali 4.kareri lake trek 5.bhrigu lake and beas kund trek 6.parashar lake trek 7.pin parvati trek 8.indrahar pass trek 9.triund trek 10.nagtibba trek 11. day trek to palatsu peak you can find details of eaxh and every trek on internet as well as tripoto published trips by various travellers ....surf ,plan ,and go trek ..happy trekking!
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Hey Yogesh, You have few two to three day treks in Himachal and Uttarakhand :- Beas kund trek... Prashar Lake Trek ... Triund peak trek ... Nag tibba trek .... If you wanna go in groups then you can check with these companies who conduct these treks.... India hikes .. Trek the Himalayas.. Adventure nation... You can book with one of them through their websites and join groups also ... Happy Trekking and Happy Travelling!!!
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If you want to go for Winter Trek, then wait for few days and book your tickets for Kedarkantha trek in the month of December or January, and enjoy the best winter trek..
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Hi yogesh, you can choose from following treks which I have taken and are moderate level treks for beginners. Kasol-Kheerganga trek Triund trek Hampta pass trek Beas kund trek
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I would recommend Kasol-kheerganga trek Other options are: Hampta pass trek Triund trek Valley of flowers trek
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What are the dates?
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May be October 19-22
If you're into offbeat destinations. Go to Tosh and trek till Kutla from there. Take a bus (Himsuta is the best) from Delhi -> get down to Bhuntar -> take a cab to Kasol or Tosh (if you don't want to halt) - > stay in Tosh for a night or two -> Trek to Kutla (around 4-5 hours trek) -> Stay at any of campsites for 3-4 nights. You can trek/hike across Buddhaban.
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