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5 Beautiful Treks in Himachal Pradesh for your trip, 2021

Treks of Himachal Pradesh seem no less than a way to paradise. The same reason accounts for the fact that for trekkers, Himachal Pradesh treks have always been the top priority. The trails are beautified by the presence of rhododendron and apple orchards. Even some of the rivers such as Beas, Pin, Baspa run parallel to the trails and spread a soothing vibe.

Other water bodies such as waterfalls and lakes can also be seen and enjoyed during trekking in Himachal Pradesh. If that doesn’t excite you then lush and sprawling meadows surely will. Home to some of the remotest villages and abode to a few of India’s oldest human tribes, this state represents a completely different picture of India. For learners, observers and absorbers, Himachal Pradesh trekking is a reward.

Treks in Himachal Pradesh are divided into three broad categories, easy, moderate and difficult. This makes Himachal Pradesh best for beginners as well as seasoned trekkers. In this article, we have listed the top 5 Beautiful treks in Himachal Pradesh for your trip in 2021. Let’s explore more about it.

Tosh Valley Trek:

Nestled in the Parvati valley deep in the Himalayas, this could be a great adventure for your Himachal tour. This very popular tourist spot is situated near the Tosh River. One of India’s hydel power projects, the Parvati Hydel Project is set up here.

The trails are very gentle from both inclining and declining sides, this feature makes this trek beginner-friendly. As you go along the trails and move towards the summit the sights of snow-capped mountains become highly mesmerizing. During your trek, on one hand, you find the peaceful forest and on the other hand, you encounter the roaring Tosh Waterfalls.

Travelers can laze around the waterfalls and relax. A placid view of the surroundings at this resting place can rejuvenate your soul. This trek starts from Barshaini and covers Kasol and Tosh. To avoid heavy snowfall and for safe trekking, the best months to visit Tosh are May and June.

Kheerganga Trek:

Sometimes referred to as Khir Ganga, this trek at an elevation of about 2950 m is one of the best treks in Himachal Pradesh. The beautiful Kheerganga trek is nestled in the Parvati Valley and offers a memorable experience. Historically, this place is believed to be Lord Shiva’s abode.

This place is a year-round destination and attracts travelers from all over the world. The trail of this trek is adorned with a hot water spring and a splendid valley view. A pleasant smell on the entire trek is meant for rejuvenating your soul and mind.

This pocket-friendly trek can make you witness the breathtaking views of the Himalayas and the Parvati Valley. The trek starts from Barshaini and reaches Kheerganga. Along the trek, you come across beautiful villages named Nakhtan and Rudra Nag. These places let you explore more about the local culture and cuisines of Himachal.

Beas Kund Trek:

Beas Kund is the source of the river Beas. This particular trek is very famous in Manali due to its natural setting that offers mountain views from the trails. Surrounded by three big mountains and the lush green grasslands that continue from start to the end of the summit.

Bakarthach and Dhundhi are the two grasslands that lie on the way to trek. Most of the time these grasslands can be seen filled with grazing sheep and bovine. The Beas Kund branches out into a few streams that finally converge to the Beas River.

These streams become your companion during trekking and motivate you to keep moving on your trek. Here is an interesting fact about Beas Kund – it is believed that the author of the great Indian epic Mahabharata, Maharshi Vyas used to take a daily bath at this remarkable kund. This is the reason this water body has been named Beas Kund. After a few days of rigorous trekking when trekkers go to the top of the summit, the vistas seem very rewarding.

Pin Parvati Trek:

If you are a seasoned trekker and looking for a long expedition then you must go for Pin Parvati Trek. The height of this summit is about 17,457 ft which can be a great sense of adventure & achievement. Situated in the Trans-Himalayan region of Spiti, Pin Parvati Trek shows a sharp contrast in its natural setting.

The Pin Parvati trek covers the spectacular Parvati Valley and unusual Buddhist villages.  As you climb up following the trails the bird’s-eye view of The Parvati Valley becomes spectacular. Now come to the best part of this trek, at the end of the summit, you will find hot water springs originating from Parvati Kund.

Taking a hot water bath at this place is a reward for the hardship of trekking. In winter it is excessively cold in the Spiti region, considering the same, for a pleasant trekking experience the months of June and July are suggested.

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Kareri Lake Trek:

Lush green subtropical pine forests and high density of birdlife are the two primary features of Kareri Lake Trek. As you move along the trek, the freshwater Kareri Lake comes your way surrounded by alpine grasslands. This is a glacial lake that helps create a placid scene.

A magnificent view of the Dhauladhar mountain range is also clearly visible from the trails. You will also find some artistic shepherd villages along the trails of around 26 km. Kareri Lake Trek summit starts from Dharamkot and ends at Mcleodganj.

The trek is beginner-friendly and the options for food and camping are available along the trail. If you are a nature lover and like to explore the wildlife while on the trek, then Kareri Lake Trek is the place for you. Resting at a campsite on a starry night under the open sky is an experience to be cherished for a lifetime.

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