Hi Anas, If you are looking to go for a trek in November or December, please acknowledge that the temperatures can drop to negative in most parts of the Himalayas, but the mountains are at their most gorgeous state in these months as well. You can see snow in lots of places and can go on treks of different difficulties in the North as well as in South India. The temperatures are not so extreme in South India during the winter months, and the hills here offer sweeping views of the alpine terrain. Your decision will depend on which state you wish to go to, what difficulty do you want to attempt, what your budget is, and how many days you wish to trek for. However, you can consider the treks listed below to get a fair idea of the destinations you can go to. North India:
Phulara Ridge, Uttrakhand
Beas Kund, Himachal Pradesh
Har ki Dun, Uttrakhand
Kedar Kantha, Uttrakhand
Hampta Pass, Himachal Pradesh
Chanderkhani, Himachal Pradesh South India:
Chembra Peak, Kerala
Perumal, Tamil Nadu
Jindhagada, Andhra Pradesh Northeast India:
Sandakphu, Sikkim/West Bengal Hope this helps! Happy trekking. - ET
Uttrakhand is always high on demand. Kedarkahtha, Har-Ki-Dun, Chopta Tungnath, Brahmatal are the most popular trek since a long. We are organizing a trek to Har-ki-dun, Kedarkatntha, chopta tungnath this december. Join with us in our adventure trekking.
I think North India is just perfect for trekking Like :
Har ki dun
Valley of flowers You can contact different organizer like Crazy Peaks, India hikes or you can visit their website for more trekking places across India with detail information.