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Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful mountain state in Northern India. Popular Trekking Tours in Himachal Pradesh. It is spread over 55,670 square Kms and is bordered by the Indian states of Jammu & Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and south-west, Uttrakhand on the south-east and by Tibet on the east. The literal meaning of Himachal Pradesh is “a state n the lap of snow”. The state is also known for its numerous hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Kullu, Kasauli and Kasol, where you may seek refuge if the Indian summers become unbearable. While you are enjoying your vacations here, you might as well go trekking in Himachal Pradesh, and elevate your joy. Himachal offers vast opportunities to explore the nature and adventure through its high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to dense green deodar forests, from apple orchards to cultivated terraces, from snow capped high Himalayan mountain ranges to snow fed lakes and gushing rivers and from a rich cultural heritage to British & Himalayan architecture, so plan and enjoy your holiday with Incredible Himachal Holidays.
Himachal has something to offer every type of trekker. From short, leisurely walks through the pine forests that surround Shimla, Manali Dharamsala with ample food and accommodation options meaning that nothing need be carried, to demanding treks over the high passes of Lahaul, Kinnaur and Spiti, the choice is almost as staggering as the views. Come and explore the trekking tours and be the most fascinating part of the vast beauty of the Himalayas. Our treks in Himachal easy for the family to strenuous ones for those seeking high adventure! We have very skilled and experienced Guide & Staff who will take care of you at each step.
Himachal’s main trekking areas are the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, routes over the passes between the Shimla region and the Kullu valley, the numerous treks out of Kullu and select tracks in the Trans Himalayan regions of Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti. Most trekking areas are between 1,500 metres and 6,000 metres. Trekking in Himachal has more to it, the rigorous treks that are hard-pressed on altitude, climate and unmettaled roads often end up with fascinating views and locations. Friendship Peak trek, Hampta Pass trek, Chandratal Baralacha trek, Shepherd Trail Gaddi trek and Pin Parvati Pass trek are reckoned to be excellent anecdote for trekking holiday in Himachal. These treks have an average elevation ranging from 3500m to 5300m, with Manali as the common base camp. Expect drastic climatic change, topography and encounter with some of the picturesque locations in Himachal Pradesh.
Best time for trekking in Himachal Pradesh:
All the treks in Himachal Pradesh had their own enthrallment, excitement and timings. While winter has their own charm and appeal, monsoons are considered to be the ideal time to undertake most of the treks. The period of June – September is the best and suitable time to undertake any of the treks in Himachal Pradesh, as the entire region starts blooming with varieties of colourful flowers and lush greeneries.
Things to Carry on a Himachal Trekking Tour:
• Suitable and waterproof back-pack
• Trekking gears: sleeping bags and mats, rucksack, ropes and walking stick
• Waterproof clothing: jackets, windcheater and other similar
• Proper shoes
• Water bottles
• Clothes according to the season
• Caps or hats, towels and handkerchiefs
• An extra pair of socks, shoe laces and undergarments
• Torchlight with extra cells and bulbs
• Basic medicines and first-aid kits
• Matchbox or lighter, insect repellents, plastic bags and toiletry items
• Multipurpose knife or other similar accessories
• Energy bars or drinks and items according to the duration of the trek
• Journal to keep track of everything
• Waterproof and airtight containers
• Handy cams or cameras
• Slippers to relax at the end of the tour