This winter in this Indian Taverne, open your arms in the Himalayas. And let me say that it isn’t in the Himalayas for someone who feels winter is a short season. From December to March, you’ll find snow all over there.
If you want to drive in the immersed snow, then you can also find less traffic during January & February – a peaceful paradise.
Let’s now discover India’s marvelous top 9 winter treks!
- Dayara Bugyal
A great destination for beginners in the middle of the snow. This hike is perfectly uphill with beautiful sceneries, thick oak woods, and luxuriant green wilderness. The whole area was snow-swept through during the winter season and looked like a past Narnia film.
This trek can be your call for those who plan to travel with their families. You can also see this in winter if you’ve traveled to Dayara Bugyal over the summer! The tour starts from the village of Barsu, 45 kilometers from Uttarkashi.
- Brahmatal Winter Trek
One of India’s most visited treks is the Brahmatal Trek, which is renowned for its snowy alleyways. Nothing can do better than a Brahmatal trek this winter for an enthusiastic trekker. In the middle of the snow, in the Himalayan area Garhwal high altitude mountain lake is tucked. Yet this trek is comparatively moderate and simple despite this picturesque landscape.
The Brahmatal Trail has thickly shaded oaks and rhododendrons forests over snow-capped weeds, camping on the lakeside of Bekaltal, close to the alpine Brahmatal Lake, and a snow-capped view of it! The walk overlooks mountains such as Nanda Ghunti and Trishul.
- Kedarkantha Peak Trek
It is one of the winter treks most common and often the highest in the list of travelers. This trail is covered with snow during the winter in the middle of long alpine trees. Located in the West Garhwal area of the district of Uttarakashi, the Kedarkantha Trek is regarded as one of the country’s easy-to-reach treks with people without experience and without awareness.
This summit will give you the most beautiful campsite sites, 360 degrees from the Himalayas, covered by snow. The drive to Mussoorie, Nowgaon, Purola, and Mori takes you to the village of Kedarkantha.
- Chopta- Chandrashilla Deoria Tal Trek
Regardless of where you go, the memory is still with you. And that’s the point of the Chopta-Chadrashilla trek. The trail is full of rainfall, thick pine woods, and rich wildlife that enchants the whole trek. Deoria Tal Lake located at an altitude of 7, 800 feet is the first major destination of this tour. The Pandavas of the Mahabharata have also been said to have gone to the Memorial waters until they were thirsty and tested for knowledge. On this walk, you’re enjoying camping under the azure dusk.
- Nag Tibba Trek
This is one of the weekend’s most attractive trekking places. This walk is for beginners and children and is also a great fit for beginners.
This trek does not pose a threat of altitude disease and is quick to go up and down. For Delhi, this can be the best scheduled weekend tour in the quiet deep mountains to enjoy a relaxing weekend.
The walk continues up to the base of Nag Tibba, marked by an aphid god temple, and from there to the peak of Nag Tibbah. Bandarpoonch, Kedarnath, and Chanabang could be marked from the high point of Nag Tibba.
- Har ki Dun Trek
Often referred to as one of India’s oldest trekking trails. You are in love with this journey all of your fears, your hopes, your dreams. This trek is composed of all the daunting attractions, from the elegant river path to the warm behavior of the locals at Ruinsara Tal.
For beginners, this trek can be a little tiring. Snowfall has big changes in the route, too.
- Everest Base Camp, Nepal
Father Everest Base Camp, Nepal has earned credit for all of the Treks. This trek is extremist in nature only for experienced walkers. South Nepal’s Everest Base Camp is a have for adventure and nature enthusiasts. This is the most famous walk every year for thousands of people. This journey, which surrounds the Himalayas and Everest, provides peace to mind, soul, and body.
The destinations included on this tour will rise from Lukla, from Phakding to Namche Bazar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep, and finally reach the peak of the Everest Base Camp.
- The Great Chadar Trek
You cannot explain in terms of the feeling at the top of your summit! The trip begins in Chadar from the city of Leh. The only way to reach Leh is by flight for those planning this excursion. Snow surrounds the whole area – one might claim a white paradise! Views of the mountain snowcapped watch from the flight to Leh at 11400 meters above sea level.
The trek is high up in the winter Zanskar River, frozen. February will be the best time to cross the ice. The ice is in its most stable state during this period.
- The Sainj Valley Trek
If you are looking for a short trek, then this is your call Sainj Valley Trek’s alpine backdrop, pine trees, lush openings, little grasslands, large mountains all compromise. And if you intend to do this in winter, you will have the opportunity to see the snow covering the entire Sainj Valley.
This trek is a big deal for just one weekend. Mandi’s very close. In Delhi, Chandigarh, or nearby towns, I would highly recommend it.