Markha Valley Trek – The Cherishing Trekking Tour to Little Tibet

Looking forward for thrilling and fun filled adventure tours that are different from your daily routine? Ever thought about what it would be like trekking in the Himalayas in India? Well, in case you too want to explore the mighty Himalayas, plan an adventure travel in India next time you want to go for an adventure trip. However, try to make your trip Eco friendly so that in future other adventure enthusiasts can also enjoy similar Himalayan treks.

Adventure tourism in India specially trekking in Himalayas is increasingly gaining popularity in the recent times. Popular trekking routes in Garhwal, Ladakh, Sikkim and Himachal are visited by numerous trekkers in the peak trekking season between the months of April to November, however some routes are open only for a couple of months every year. So plan your trip meticulously keeping in mind the local terrains, weather conditions, permits available and other essential requirements before trekking in India. trekking in india

Trekking in Garhwal, Uttarakhand is considered to be the biggest challenge for the trekkers because it has some of the highest mountain peaks of the world. You must be highly physically fit to be successfully able to trek here. Besides trekking, you can even indulge yourself in other adventure sporting activities like camping, river rafting, skiing and motor biking.

Trekking in Himachal takes place mainly in the Chamba & Manali and Kullu & Lahaul regions. The four mountain ranges, Dhaula Dhar, Pir Panjal, Himalayas and Zanskar almost run parallel to one another in Himachal Pradesh thus creating challenging passes for the trekkers. You will easily get mesmerized by the lovely landscape of the region. Various grades of treks are available in Himachal Pradesh to attract first timers as well as expert trekkers.

Trekking in Sikkim is common due to the presence of unusual trekking routes. The Kanchenjunga Trek is the most beautiful trekking route, where you can spot beautiful sights of Mount Everest and stunning view of the sunrise over the Kanchenjunga. Trekking here is enjoyed the most when done in spring and autumn. However, you should be well prepared for erratic weather conditions here since Sikkim receives unpredictable snow storms.

Trekking in Ladakh & Zanskar in Jammu and Kashmir offers some wonderful trekking trails in Northern India that you must surely visit. Trekking routes here are setup between worlds two of the highest mountain ranges, Himalaya and Karakoram. You can even plan to go for biking and mountaineering after trekking in Ladakh. The best time to go for a trekking tour in Ladakh in between July and September.


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