MUST DO TREKS IN HIMALAYAS

Top 5 Toughest, Breathtaking & Least Explored Treks of India

It is a compilation of Top 5 Toughest, Breathtaking & Least Explored Treks of India. It is highly advisable to do these treks under the expert guidance and avoid any misadventure in such remote, harshest but majestic places of Himalayas. It can become fatal at any time with lots of challenges in these Himalayas. These are expedition level treks so make serious thought about them before moving out & enjoy the Himalayas.

5) Stok Kangri Peak

  • Location :- Ladakh
  • Maximum Altitude :-6153 m
  • Trek Length :- 16 Km (One Side)
  • Season :- July & August

4) Pin Parvati Pass

  • Location :- Himachal Pradesh
  • Connects :-Parvati Valley & Spiti
  • Maximum Altitude :-5319 m
  • Trek Length :- 110 Km
  • Season :- July & August

3) Panpatia Col Trek

  • Location :- Uttarakhand
  • Connects :- Badrinath & Kedarnath
  • Maximum Altitude :- 5260 m
  • Trek Length :- 65 Km approx.
  • Season :- May-October (Except Monsoon)

2) Auden’s Col Pass

  • Location :- Uttarakhand
  • Connects :-  Gangotri & Kedarnath
  • Maximum Altitude :-5490 m
  • Trek Length :- 70 Km approx.
  • Season :- May-October (Except Monsoon)

1) Kalindi Khal Pass

  • Location :- Uttarakhand
  • Connects :- Gangotri & Badrinath
  • Maximum Altitude :-5947 m
  • Trek Length :- 95 Km approx.
  • Season :- May-September (Except Monsoon)

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