BanBanjara Presents Best Winter Treks In India

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Deoriatal-Chandrashila Winter Trek

Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary’s beauty the Deoriatal Chandrashila trek is rested at a high height of 12,083 feet in the state of Uttarakhand, is all about wildlife and wilderness with a great summit and a thick blanket of snow for you all along the trek which makes it the best winter trek in India. This trek is a feast for those who wish to capture the aesthetics of winters and enthralling views from its summit which not only serves the scenes of one. That said, it vows you the breath-taking view of Mt Trishul, Mt Nanda Ghunti, Mt Kamet, Mt Dunagiri, Mt Chaukhamba, Kedar Dome, Mt Kedarnath, Mt Thalaysagar, the Gangotri ranges, the highest mountain in India Mt Nanda Devi, and other, that’s a lot! Deoriatal-Chandrashila is a moderately easy trek that stretches for about 6 days and excites adventure lovers with exactly what they search for in a trek.

Kedarkantha Trek

One of the best winter and most admired treks of the Indian Himalayas, Kedarkantha is a whole pack for beginners and adept trekkers, photography enthusiasts and thrill chasers for its captivating summit climb, campsites and clearings, charming forests and aesthetic sunsets and sunrise. Kedarkantha Trek is a brilliant trek experience for many with a great elevation of 12,500 feet taking you through the remotest villages in the chilly weather. Perched at the Govind Pashu Vihar National Park, it exhibits nature’s true beauty, views of gorgeous lakes, mountains, rivers and the great Himalayan peaks. The trek of Kedarkantha stretches for 6 days and takes you along on a steady steep ascent offering a moderately easy trek difficulty. The temperature lies around 8°C to 15°C at day hours and -5°C to 3°C at nighttime. The climb is introduced from a small village called Sankri and takes you to the peak of the Kedarkantha.

Kuari Pass Trek

Kurai Pass is celebrated for awarding the bewitching sight of India’s most extraordinary mountains namely, Mt Nanda Devi (25,673 feet) and Mt. Dronagiri (23,182 feet). A well-travelled trek, welcoming trekkers all year round but is still best preferred during the winter season for the captivating views of snow beautifully settled in the forests and trees, covering the area with a white carpet. This trek offers a moderately easy trekking experience for 4 days or can get extended to 6 days if you travel from Rishikesh. Kuari Pass trek gets introduced from Tapoban, a small village near Joshimath in the Garhwal Region of Uttarakhand.

Goechala Trek

Proposing a close-up view to the third highest peak Mt Kanchenjunga and Singalila range from the Dzongri top, the Goechala trek is highly popular for the splendid views it offers. Nestled at a breath-taking height of 16, 207 feet, it welcomes thrill chasers to experience what they were looking for. A whole pack embracing panoramic views, lovely flora and fauna enlighten you throughout the challenging climb and the Kanchenjunga National Park with raw natural beauty. Goechala attracts many mainly with its big summits which are surely not for the faint-hearted. The sunset and sunrise from the top and the Samiti lake are the highlights of this trek, giving the relief, calmness and achieving feeling after the climb which goes far beyond the imagination. The trek goes on for 10 days and as mentioned above, it offers a difficult trek to the summit. Focus on health and fitness is a must if you wish to unlock this experience.

Dayara Bugyal Winter Trek

Found in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand at a majestic altitude of 12,000ft, Dayara Bugyal Trek is amongst the most wondrous trek in the region. The trek beholds a relaxing climb with highland green meadows and towers at an elevation of 10,000-12,500ft. in the Uttarkashi district. The winter season will bring you the best of the Dayara Bugyal as You must have never seen snow in as much abundance as in winter. If you plan to trek with family, this will be your go-to trek because of the easy climb it offers. When decorated with snow in winters, the landscape changes colour. Light and powdery snowflakes loosely hang from pine trees, making it one of the best winter treks in India. The Dayara Bugyal trek is introduced from a small settlement of Barsu resting on the Haridwar-Gangotri road at a 32km stretch from Uttarkashi. Temperature goes around a minimum of -4 degrees and a maximum of 25 degrees. Dayara Bugyal offers an easy to moderate trek with a distance of 29km. Winters can make this trek a little tougher than in other seasons so, prepare for it well.

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