Trekking in India

Trekking in India – An Adventure Sport

Trekking is an amazingly refreshing and rejuvenating habit that can be pursued by persons of all ages.The term of trekking is used when a person walks in the hills. The habit of this actually should be cultivated since childhood as its benefits are multiple.The most significant benefit of this activity is the enhanced physical strength, other one is if a person is involved in such activity, the probability of leading a disciplined life enhances. The person learns the habit of social living as while trekking in a group, person learns the values of sharing and helping.So it is important if such activities are under taken in early part of life.

India offers breathtakingly splendid, tough trekking options in its most parts. North Indian Himalayan States namely Uttarakhand and Himachal are ideal for all types of treks. The treks offered by these States range from easy ones to tough ones. The treks in the Himalayan valleys may be easier one but highly rewarding.While on trekking one feels bonding with nature. Treks may be extremely tough and strenuous like ones involving crossing of high altitude snow covered pases like Pin-Parbati Pass in Kullu (HP), Indralhara pass in Kangra valley (HP) ,passes of Ladakh and Uttarakhand involving altitudes above 5000 meters. Similarly treks to the high altitude lakes like Chandratal in Spiti (HP) ,Dashair and Bhrigu lake in Kullu (HP), Roopkund, Dodital, Hemkund lake in Uttarakhand are extremely tough but highly rewarding.

These States are extremely rich in high-altitude rare wildlife and National parks in these States are wildlife rich. If one wants to visit parks like Pin valley, Great Himalayan National Park, Hemis NP only option is trekking in these wildlife rich heavens.

Southern Indian States like Karnataka, Tamilnadu- are having Western and Eastern ghats whch are biodiversity rich areas. Trekking in these places is full of new discoveries and rejuvenating. These are wonderful heavens for trekkers.

North-East Indian States like Sikkim, Arunchal, Meghalaya and Nagaland offer tough trekking options offering rainforests, snow-led treks. Indian Himalayas and rainforests spread in different parts of the country are ideal place for all categories of trekkers.