Best summer treks in India

Introduction

Summer is the season in which everyone wants to spend  their time doing something that will challenge them, that will amuse them. So during  this time going for trekking is something that will not only allow you to spend your vacation nicely but will also bring you closer to nature.

So today I will be telling you about  some of the best summer treks in India.

Kudremukh trek:

In Kannada, kudremukh trek literally translates as “horse’s face.” The peak’s unusual shape is what gave it this name. Historically, this was also known as Samseparvath since Samse village used to be the entrance point.

 

Chikkamagaluru district’s Kudremukh is tucked away in the middle of the western ghats. It is a part of the second-largest wildlife protected area in the western ghats, Kudremukh National Park.

 

It is the third tallest peak in Karnataka after Mullayyangiri and Baba Budangiri and is located at an elevation of 6,207 feet.

 

Numerous plants and animals can be found at Kudremukh. While walking, you can even see deer and peacocks along the path in addition to other animals!

 

It is a lovely hike through the misty valleys and rolling green hills. You travel through forests, pastures, and numerous little streams.

Phulara ridge:

This is a hike that is well-hidden. The popular Kedarkantha’s base camp, Sankri, serves as its starting point. This trip quietly observes as Kedarkantha is overrun by many crowds.

 

The most romantic ridge walk in India is this one. Standing on the Phulara crest, you can see a 270-degree arc of snow-capped mountains in front of you. Rolling hills can be seen on the other arc. Mountains descend on either side of you. This three-hour ridge trek gives you the impression that you are at the summit every minute, according to our founder Arjun Majumdar.

 

This is an excellent option if you want to go on a family trek! For a safe amount, time it from mid-April forward to mid-May.

Dayara Bugyal trek:

This is a hike that is well-hidden. The popular Kedarkantha’s base camp, Sankri, serves as its starting point. This trip quietly observes as Kedarkantha is overrun by many crowds.

 

The most romantic ridge walk in India is this one. Standing on the Phulara crest, you can see a 270-degree arc of snow-capped mountains in front of you. Rolling hills can be seen on the other arc. Mountains descend on either side of you. This three-hour ridge trek gives you the impression that you are at the summit every minute, according to our founder Arjun Majumdar.

 

This is an excellent option if you want to go on a family trek! For a safe amount, time it from mid-April forward to mid-May.

Kedarkantha trek:

It is a very popular trip in the Indian Himalayas for a variety of reasons. The peak ascent is the most crucial of them all.

 

The ascent to Kedarkantha’s top is quite gratifying. The summit is clearly visible from the trek’s base camp. The globe expands as you begin your trip in the early morning hours and gradually up the incline.

 

The ascent is challenging. The gradient remains constant the entire distance. It also gets more challenging as you near the summit. But until you reach the summit, the enormous mountains of the upper Himalayas keep you company.

 

You feel a tremendous sense of accomplishment as you push yourself and enjoy the Himalayan views as you reach the summit. There is nothing like this sensation.

 

Because so few hikes provide the same excitement, it is well-liked by beginners for its best summit climb.

Rupin Pass:

The Rupin Pass must be considered India’s most famous hike. Similar to an orchestra, this voyage gains velocity with unanticipated scenery changes every hour or so. With each step of the voyage, a new perspective and scenario might be absorbed. And all of a sudden!

 

Beginning the first day of your stroll, the surprises begin. About twenty minutes down the trail, the Rupin River appears, opening up into a wide bed below you. The story doesn’t end there, though.

 

The road leads you past hanging villages from here before abruptly descending into a dense pine forest! Not only that. The trail then meanders past numerous waterfalls, snow fields, snow bridges, glacial valleys, and glacial meadows.

Buran Ghati:

This walk features the most picturesque woodland scenery, the most breathtaking Dayara meadows, and maybe our favourite campsite of all time, which is tucked away in the meadows. Additionally, there is the exhilarating snow wall rappel at 15,000 feet while crossing a pass. I hate to say it, but I believe everyone at Indiahikes is prejudiced in favour of this amazing walk!

Conclusion:

Above were  some of the best summer trekking spots that you can think of  if you are planning to go on a trekking trip during the summers. These spots are very close to nature and will surely provide  peace of mind to you.

 

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