Goecha La Trek

Description Itinerary What’s Included Sitting pretty on the head of Oglathong Valley, Goecha La(4,940m) has attracted explorers and travelers for decades. By far the most frequented trek in Sikkim, one of the most popular trails in Indian Himalaya, the trek to Goecha La from Yuksom, is hugely popular among mountain lovers all over the world. …

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Kedartal Trek

Description Itinerary What’s Included One of the finest treks in Indian Himalaya, the short trek to Kedartal(4,750m), a high altitude lake nestled at the feet of Mt. Thalaysagar, takes one to an amphitheater of lofty peaks in just 3 moderate walking days from Gangotri, the famous Hindu shrine of Indian Himalaya. Though just 17 km …

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Bhaba Pass Trek

Description Itinerary What’s Included Also known as the ‘Tari Khango Pass’, Bhaba Pass connects the Bhaba Valley of north-west Kinnaur to Pin valley in Spiti. Bhaba Pass(4,865m) has been a traditional trade route between Pin and Bhaba valleys. Spitian people have long been used this pass as a trade route between 2 valleys. Especially the …

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Parang La Trek

Description Itinerary What’s Included Parang La(5,700m) is situated at the divide between Spiti and Ladakh mountains. Not a technically difficult pass but this region is notorious for high winds. And because of a high starting altitude, proper acclimatization is key for this trek. Locals travel between the Spiti valley and Rupshu valley using this pass …

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Roopkund and Ronti Saddle

Description Itinerary What’s Included Most popular trek in Indian Himalaya. Possibly the trail which receives most footfall throughout a season too. But there’s a reason why people all around the globe flock to this skeleton lake and beyond, it’s insanely beautiful! Some of India’s best high altitude meadows, Ali and Bedini Bugyal will greet you …

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Major peaks of Indian Himalayas

Himalayas, Sanskrit for ‘abode of snow’. The Himalayas stretch across the northeastern portion of India. They cover approximately 1,500 mi (2,400 km) and pass through the nations of India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bhutan and Nepal. The Indian Himalaya covers a vast area along the northern boundary of India, spanning five states including Himachal Pradesh, Jammu …

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