Trekking in India

  • The mountaineering & trekking season roughly runs between April and November, but some routes are only open for a couple of months (February / March), each year. The Himalayan peaks have always attracted mountaineers. Two of the highest peaks Nanda Devi and Kanchenjunga offers a very challenging environment for mountaineers. If someone wants to experience peacefully the world's greatest mountain range, then he should make a trekking journey to Himachal Pradesh or Uttaranchal. Main trekking centres in India are Lahaul, Spiti, Kullu and Kangra valleys in Himachal Pradesh and in northern Uttar Pradesh, North of Rishikesh. Darjeeling in West Bengal, Yuksam in Sikkim, and Leh in Ladakh. The biggest challenge for the climbers are in the Garwal Himalayas, the Zanskar range in Jammu & Kashmir, Kulu & Lahaul in Himachal Pradesh


    Main trekking center in India
     
    Garhwal    Kumaon

     

    Ladakh   Himachal Pradesh

     

    Sikkim   Darjeeling