5 best Himalayan Treks to Explore in 2020

5 best Himalayan Treks to Explore in 2020

The Himalayas are the most beautiful, tranquil, alluring place on the planet. Everyone has its own definition for the Himalayas, it means different to different people. But there is one thing for sure is surreal beauty and calm atmosphere. Himalayas is abode to so many monks and people.let’s explore the treks in the Himalayas.

Trekking in Indian Himalayas:

1. Hampta pass

Hampta pass is in Himachal Pradesh in Kullu district, it is at an altitude of 4270m. The trail is full of scenic landscape and snow-laden peaks of mountains. It is a 4-day trek which will stun you with its beauty. There are amazing campsites like Jobra, Chika, and Balu ka Ghera, which double your fun with the beautiful location of Campsites, the best time to visit the place is from mid-June to October the temperature hovers from 12 degree celsius to 20 degree celsius. Manali is well connected to all major cities, the nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar railway station and the nearest airport is Bhuntar airport it is 52 km away from Manali.

The difficulty level of trek is easy to moderate and can be done by beginners also.

2. Chadar trek

This is something which cannot be described in one word, the beauty of the place is unfathomable.  it is at an altitude of 3383m, everything about the trek is special and different, from landscapes to sightseeing. The phenomenal trek chadar trek offers you the bewitching beauty of the place, the formation of thick ice during winters on the Zanskar river facilitates the people living there to use it as abridge which connects to other side, this trek is risky and adventurous. once you have completed the trek it gives you a different kind of feeling. The best time to visit mid-January to the end of February, the difficulty level of trek moderate to difficult.

3. Beas kund Glacier

Beas kund is the place where the river Beas originates. The river starts and flows through a scenic landscape and surrounded by mountains. From Beas kund, you can spot other peaks like Shitidhar, Friendship peak, and Hanuman Tibba. You can also spot Dhauladahar range and Pir Panjal mountain range. Beas kund is rich in flora and fauna. It is at an altitude of 3700m and the difficulty level of trek is easy to moderate and the best time to visit May to October.

4. Har ki Dun

It is best trekking destination looks enchanting throughout the year, the snow-capped mountains and Mt. Swargarohini looks amazing.  It is at an altitude 6200m, of The trek from sankri to Osala results in drastic change of Landscape. Osla village is famous for its culture and tradition. The local people are very welcoming and hospitality is heartwarming. There are various amazing campsites, homestay. Do not miss the sunrise and sunset. It is easy to moderate trek and the best time to visit is from April to June

5. Chandrshila Deori Tal

Do not miss Chandrshila Deorital trek it is such a stunning experience, you don’t want to miss it out, it is perched at an altitude of 4000m. It perfect for mountain lovers and the blooming flowers, green grassland, rhododendron trees, red and pink. The majestic Himalayan peaks look beautiful.on the way to Chandrshila, you will encounter a different kind of birds and species. The crystal clear Deorital lake will attract you towards it. The best time to visit is from April to June and the difficulty level of trek is easy.

Things to carry

  1. Thermal inner wears
  2. Thermal inner pants
  3. Comfortable trekking pants
  4. Fleece jacket
  5. Down jacket
  6. Waterproof windbreaker
  7. Pair of woollen socks
  8. Warm hat
  9. Sun cap
  10. Sunglasses and sunscreen
  11. Waterproof gloves
  12. Portable charger
  13. Camera and extra batteries
  14. Small bottle of shampoo
  15. Facial mist
  16. Moisturizer
  17. Toothpaste and toothbrush
  18. Lip balm and wipes
  19. Sleeping bag
  20. Trekking shoes and trekking pole
  21. Headlight
  22. First aid box with all the necessary medicines
  23. Toilet paper


  • Keep your surroundings clean
  • Keep yourself hydrated throughout the trek
  • Carry all the necessary medicines with you such as mountain sickness, motion sickness, nausea and others.
  • Carry energy and protein bars with you to fuel yourself with some energy.
  • Listen to the trek leader carefully.

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