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BEST WINTER TREKS  IN  INDIA

Just as traveling in Nag Tibba Trek winters has its own fun, similarly trekking in winters cannot be enjoyed in any other exciting activities. In winter, the Himalayan mountains and their paths become an entire wonderland and are available under a white blanket of snow. The real fun of roaming within the mountains is merely  in winter. That’s why most of the people wish to roam within the hilly area between November to January.

Today we are going to tell you about many snow Nag Tibba Trek places present in India, where you can spend the best time with your family or friends. Also, one can enjoy many adventures as well. You can also enjoy from trekking to river rafting, bungee jumping, mountain biking, beach volleyball, waterfall etc.

some famous winter treks in India;—

KEDARKANTHA TREK

 Track difficulty – Moderate

Altitude –            12,500 ft

Track time –       6 days

Track distance – 20 km

Base camp –       Sankari (200 km/8 hrs from Dehradun)

Nearest Railway station/Bus stand –  Dehradun ( About 265    kms/6 hr from Delhi)

Track open time –  October to June

Best time to ascertain snowfall – December end to February

Location – Govind Wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand

HAR KI DUN TREK

Track difficulty –  Moderate

Altitude –           11,700 ft

Track time –       7 days

Track distance – 44  km

Base camp –       Sankari (200 km from Dehradun)

Nearest Railway station/Bus stand –  Dehradun ( 265 kms from Delhi)

Track opening time –  March – June, September – December

BRAHMATAL TREK

Track difficulty – Moderate

Altitude –            12,100 ft

Track time –       6 days

Track distance – 22 km

Base camp –     In  Lohajung ( About 220 km from Kathgodam)

Nearest Railway station/Bus stand –  Kathgodam(322 kms from Delhi)

Best time to  go to – November to April

Location –        Chamoli district of Uttarakhand

CHADAR TREK

Track difficulty – Difficult

Altitude –            11,123 ft

Track time –       9 days

Track distance – 62 km

Base camp –      In Shingra Koma ( About 70 km from Leh)

Nearest Railway station/Bus stand –  Leh (475km from Delhi)

Best time to go to  – January to March

NAG TIBBA TREK

Track difficulty – Easy

Altitude –            9,920 ft

Track time –       2 days

Track distance – 16 km

Base camp –      In Pantwari (About 100 km 4 hrs drive from Dehradun)

Nearest Railway station/Bus stand –  Dehradun ( 265 kms from Delhi)

Best time to go to – September to December and March to June

PRASHAR LAKE TREK

Track difficulty – Easy to Moderate

Altitude –            8,900 ft

Track time –       2 days

Track distance – 17 km

Base camp –      In  Mandi (430 kms/9 hrs from Delhi)

Track open time –  Year round

Best time to see snowfall – Last December to mid April

KUARI PASS TREK

Track difficulty – Moderate

Altitude –            12,516 ft

Track time –       6 days

Track distance – 33 km

Nearest Railroad station –  Haridwar is that the nearest railroad station 

Best time to go to – March till mid June and mid September too earlyNovember

Location –    Joshimath, Uttarakhand

DEORIATAL CHANDRASHILA TREK

Track difficulty – Moderate

Altitude –            12,057 ft

Track time –      3 – 6 days

Track distance –     14 km

Base camp –       Sari village (7 hrs drive from Haridwar)

Nearest Railway station – Rishikesh

Best time to go to  – Around the year except monsoon

Location –   Sari Uttarakhand

Apart from all these, there are some other winter treks in India where we can enjoy trekking . There names are as follows ;-

Goecha La trek ( Sikkim)

Panwali Kantha trek ( Uttarakhand)

Hampta Pass trek ( )

Dayara Bugyal trek ( Uttarakhand)

Pangarchulla peak trek ( Uttarakhand)

Markha Valley trek ( Ladakh)

Khopra Ridge trek ( Nepal)

Sham Valley trek ( Ladakh)

Snow leopard trek ( Ladak and spiti)

About Kedar kantha trek :-

                           Kedarkantha trek is one of the most popular treks in Uttarakhand. It is located within the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarkashi district, where a variety of beauty is found. The peak of Kedar kantha trek is 12,500ft. This trek is considered to be one of the most famous winter treks in India. One of the main reasons for starting the  Kedar kantha trek is the climbing of this trek. The climbing of this trek is popular among the people, while doing this trek one can see the peaks and snow-capped peaks. This scene is so beautiful that it can’t be described in words, you’ve got to experience it yourself.

The path of Kedar Kantha trek goes through the middle of the dense forests, which makes this trek even more exciting, the kedarKantha gives a 360 degree view of the snow capped mountains and forest. The campsite of it’s trek offers the best view of sunset which will become steeper and more difficult. But coming closer to the upper Himalayas, the view is as if the world has changed.

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