5 Must Do Himalayan Treks for Beginners

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India, especially the Himalayas are very popular between the trekking enthusiasts. While Himalayas passes through 5 different countries, when it comes to beginners who want to conquer mountains always prefer India because of some easy yet mesmerizing treks routes available. If you are a newbie and want to conquer the mountains then here are 5 treks that you can start with.

Har ki Doon trek is an extremely popular trek between mountain enthusiasts. Every year a number of school kids go on this enthralling trek, few of whom grow up to conquer the mighty Himalayas in future. A 7 day trek to Har ki Doon passes through snow covered glaciers, lakes and green meadows. It’s truly a delight for everyone passing through this route.
Photo of Har ki Doon, Sankari Range, Uttarakhand, India by Kritagya
Passing through gorgeous Himalayan Peaks one can totally fall in love with this trek route that connects Lahaul and Kullu valley. The best part of this trek is that after every few kilometers the landscape changes.
Photo of Hampta Pass, Lahaul And Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India by Kritagya
One of the most beautiful trek routes in entire Uttarakhand region, wiped by floods two years back this beautiful valley has come back to the way it used to be and trekkers are waiting to explore it. As the name suggests this picturesque setting is will make you fall in love with.
Photo of Valley of Flowers National Park, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India by Kritagya
The newly discovered Kasol is a paradise located in Parvati Valley, the trek route starting from here takes you to Malana Village that is also known as the little Greece of India is one of the must visit places to experience a totally different culture and lifestyle.
Photo of Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, India by Kritagya
Starting from Mecloadganj this treks takes you between the amazing Dhauldhar Mountains and Kangra Valley that is covered in snow almost all around the year. Those who want a most challenging experience can trek further to Indrahar Pass.
Photo of Triund, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India by Kritagya
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