Himachal Pradesh is a dream destination for many trekkers with some of the most picturesque trekking trails one can imagine. Himachal with snow capped mountains rivers and lush green valleys offer low altitude treks and also high altitude treks. The season for low altitude treks in Himachal starts in April and the high altitude trek season in Himachal spans the months of June to October.
Trekking in Himachal
Bhabha Pass Trek is a trek to the high altitude desert of Spiti. The Bhabha Pass trek starts from Kinnaur, which is lush green and finishes in barren Spiti. The trek passes through Comic, the highest village in Asia. The Bhabha Pass Trek can be coupled with sightseeing in Spiti. The monasteries of Tabo is worth a visit in Spiti.
Beas Kund Trek
The Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular treks in Manali which takes one to the origin of the river Beas at an altitude of 3690 mts. The trek to Beas Kund starts near Solang nallah and the trail to Beas kund from Solang Nalla is approximately 15 kms long. A jeep road goes up to Dhundi from Solang Nala where the SASE, Manali, has a study unit. From Dhundi to Bakkar thach - a highland meadow is a liesurely walk. The next stop on this trek is Beas Kund. Base camp to Hanuman Tibba is ahead of Beas Kund.
Trekking in Leh Ladakh
A trek through the undulating valleys and hinterland of Leh is the best way to experience the beauty and tranquility of this lama land. Himachal is the gateway to Leh Ladakh.
Chandrakhani - Malana trail is an easy 3-day trekking trail in Manali which starts near Naggar about 20 Kms from Manali. One can choose to start the trek from Naggar or Rumsu village. Chanderkhani Pass is located south-east of Rumsu Village.