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Best Treks of India to Explore in Monsoon

Best Treks of India to Explore in Monsoon
For all the adventure lovers who want to treks but don’t know where to head in the monsoon seasons, we bring to you some of the finest choices that one can explore during the rainy weather. In India, There are many paths, especially around the Himalayas that become very difficult to trek with the advent of monsoon because of the heavy rains and risks of landslide. However, there are several treks that one can discover during the monsoon season. These trekking paths look most awe-inspiring in monsoon with the lush green surrounding creating the ambience and the perfect weather to walk as long as possible.

Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Hampta Pass Trek Himachal Pradesh
Altitude: 14,100 feet
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Hampta Trek is perfect, be it professional or the beginner. During monsoon, the trek follows a link between Kullu Valley and Lahaul Valley offering most charming sights of Snow covered mountains, picturesque landscapes, Alpine Forests and glaciers.

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

Valley of Flowers Uttarakhand
Elevation: 3858 m/12654 feet
Difficulty Level: Easy
Valley of flowers remains open only during the monsoon season from July till September. During monsoon, the valley of the flower gets covered with a sheet of beautiful flowers, creating the place looks more charming. trekkers can enjoy the weather while trekking along with animals, birds and butterflies. The place is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Sinhagad Trek, Pune

Sinhagad Trek Pune
Elevation: 4320 feet
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Only 30 km from Pune, a trek to ancient fort of Sinhagad fort can be of a great experience. The fort is bestowed with lush green surroundings which get more charming during the time of monsoons. This famous monsoon getaway offers some extraordinary views of the sunrise and sunsets. The trek is a wonderful experience to explore.

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek, Jammu & Kashmir

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Jammu & Kashmir
Elevation: 13,750 feet
Difficulty Level: Moderate
Surrounded by the magnificent mountains and sparkling lakes, it is one of the popular treks in the valley of Kashmir. It offers you picturesque setting, snow covered peaks, and high altitude Lakes that attracts large number of tourists from all around the world. During monsoon, the place becomes most charming with placid Lakes like - like Gangabal, Gadsar, Kishanagar, Nundkol along with snowy hills, lush green environment.

Roopkund Trek, Uttarakhand

Roopkund Trek Uttarakhand
Elevation: 4463 m /14638 feet
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging
Surrounded by the greenery, Roopkund Lake is a good option that one can think of during monsoons. Snow covered mountains, lovely meadows, dense forests which makes this area more beautiful and attracts number of trekkers to come and enjoy. While walking, the trek takes you to a skeleton lake that has number of human skeletons in and around it.

Zanskar Valley Trek, Ladakh

Zanskar Valley Trek Ladakh
Elevation: 11,500 to 23,000 feet
Difficulty Level: Difficult
Enclosed with most picturesque beauty, Zanskar Valley defines adventure level to an unforgettable level. While trekking, you pass through wild canyons, pretty hamlets, peaceful monasteries and lush green landscapes along the route. The trek begins from Darcha, covering Palahmo, Zanskar Sumdo, Chumik Nakpo, Lakhang via Shingo Pass, Kargil, Phutkal, Purni, Pipula, Raru and finally Padum.

Dzongri Trek, Sikkim

Dzongri Trek Sikkim
Elevation: 4020 m
Level: Easy to Moderate
Dzongri trek is a famous trek of Sikkim offering you some of the spectacular views of Mt. Kanchenjunga, and Mt. Pandim. Monsoon makes the surroundings more beautiful with greener landscapes along with perfect weather to trek.

Pin Parvati Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Pin Parvati Trek Himachal Pradesh
Elevation: 17,450 feet
Difficulty Level: Moderate to exhausting
Famous as the ‘Valley of Gods’, Pin Parvati Trek is one of the oldest treks in the Indian Himalayas. The valley offers mesmerizing views while you trek around the region, passing through the Great Himalayan National Park. The trek is 100 km long and gives you one unforgettable experience.

Tsomoriri – Spiti Valley Trek via Parang La

Tsomoriri Spiti Valley Trek via Parang La
Elevation: 5700 m
Difficulty Level: difficult
Surrounded by the picturesque beauty, Tsomoriri- Spiti Valley is one of the best treks in India that should be explored during monsoon season. The trek takes you the mesmerizing views of Changtang, while exploring the monasteries of Indus Valley. Stroll through the lush green grasslands along the waters of Tso Moriri Lake creating the perfect ambience to enjoy trekking. One can also enjoy camping during the journey.

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