Treks with Moderate difficulty can start to be challenging as the elevation is 4000 m and above and has steep ascents. Past experience of Himalayan trek would be ideal
Har ki Dun
Often called “Valley of Gods,” this remote, cradle shaped valley boasts alpine meadows, moraine ridges, glacier basins, dense forests and some of the most isolated, ancient villages of India.
Hampta Pass is a compact but delightful trek. A great combination of lush green forests of Kullu Valley, headwater streams, semi-arid mountains of Lahaul Valley, snow flurry and an incredible visit to Chandratal Lake.
Known for its high altitude glacial lake, frozen during most of the year and famous for the mysteries attached to it, human skeletal remains from the 9th century.
You will be enchanted by the views of Himalayan peaks like Nanda Ghunti, Trishul, Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Kedarnath and Kedar Dome.
One of the best high altitude alpine meadows in India!
Along the way you will be surrounded by the snow laden peaks of the Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba and Hanuman Tibba of the Himalayas and delighted with aerial views of Manali.
Come explore the source of the River Ganga - Gaumukh. According to Hindu Mythology, it was here that Bhagirath worshiped Lord Shiva and Mother Ganga descended on earth.
Admire the beauty of Mt.Shivling from Tapovan base camp.
This overwhelming trek, accessible round the year, is named after the Himalayan Trout (fish), locally known as “Dodi” and found here in great quantities.
Specially famed for winter treks and the enthralling high altitude lake which provides great tranquility