India is a country in South Asia and the seventh largest country by area. The capital of India is New Delhi and in India, we find people with different cultures and tastes and most Indians now like to travel and explore in their own way. In India, you will feel the adrenaline rush of hiking, trekking, mountaineering, rock climbing, paragliding, parasailing, scuba diving, motorcycle tours, snorkeling, zip line, white water boating, hot air ballooning and more. There are various adventurous and famous places to see in India, Flower Valley (Utrakhand), Nanda Devi Camp Base Camp, walk to Lake Vasuki Tal via Gaomokh, Tapuan and Nandanwan, Lord Curzon (Utrakhand) route, hiking Holy Lakes (Himachal Pradesh), Lamayuru Alchi Trekking, Chadar Trek (Frozen River Trek), Zanskar Trekking (Ladakh), and Beas Kund Trekking.

Walking in the Valley of Flowers is an essential journey for any traveler who wants to climb the Himalayas. The Valley of Flowers in the beautiful nature of the Himalayas is a heavenly experience for you. The best times to visit this place are August, September and October. The Flower Valley walk takes you through the dense forests of oak, pine, shrub, spruce and deciduous and through Bogial. There are vast and common grasslands for the region, which are high summer pastures and various streams. Along the way, you will see truly spectacular views of the mountain range, all the way from Trishol (23,496 ft / 7,120 m) to the peaks of Kedarnath (22,994 ft / 6,968 m) with mountain peaks ( 25,595 feet / 7,756 meters), Nilcant (21,767 feet / 6,596 meters), Rishikut, Changbang (22,651 feet / 6864 meters), Kedarnath and Chowkhamba (23,522 feet / 7,128 meters) ), To contact some. The Valley of Flowers has been carefully preserved. If you stand at the foot of the valley, the grassy meadows go into the creek, which still freezes even in August. On both sides, inexperienced slopes turn into dark cliffs and are placed in the deep blue sky. The valley rises slowly and ends in a fissure in the horizon, which is covered by snow from the peaks of Rataban (6166 m) and Nilgiri (6474 m). Beneath our feet, we tend to draw flowers that bear the name of the valley as its name.

East Nanda Devi Trek Camp – Nanda Devi, the highest peak in the Garhwal Himalayas, takes you to a unique snow-climbing experience and an opportunity to experience its unique beauty at Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The best times to visit this place are May, June, July and August. This is a very high adventure trip that starts from Munsiyari (2290M) and is located 120 km from Pithoragarh. Monsiari is a beautiful small village with a beautiful collection of waterfalls and the residence of the Johari tribe, which is famous for its Ayurvedic medicines and woolen scarves. From here you can see breathtaking views of Pancholi and Monsiari is the base of climbers to the glaciers of Milam, Namik, Rlam and Nanda Doi Glacier. The views of the Milam Glacier from Trishuli, Hardeol and Rishi Paharare are worth seeing. The whole trip is full of many sights, but one of the best highlights in the beautiful pastures remains the camp of Nanda Davy base, which delights everyone. If luck is on your side, you may even see a snow leopard or Himalayan musk deer.

Walking to Lake Vasuki Tal through Gaomukh, Tapuan and Nanduanwan – High-altitude mountaineering in the Himalayas Garoval straight between the cliffs and clear water of Vasuki Tal provides a spectacular view and an opportunity for adventurous hikers. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, August, September. Hiking enthusiasts like to challenge at least six people in a group at Vasukital, as the trail is very difficult. A walking guide is essential in the Vasuki Tal walk. The hike from Gauricond begins via Rambara and reaches the top of Garurchati and finally leads through the Kedarnath Temple. Walking through Gaomokh, Tapuan and Nandanwan at the same time as a pilgrimage route to 1 in 4. Gangotri is considered to be the mythological source of the Ganges River. It is said that King Bagirat prayed to God for Shiva to save the lives of his 60,000 sons. Shiva forced Ganga and asked him to let go of his water, which had purified the ashes of the Bagirti boys. Because of this myth, the Ganges River is considered a way to purify the soul. The walks fascinate the Mandakini River, which runs down the path to the Kedarnath Temple. Dense forests with lovely animals, a wide range of mountains and attractive waterfalls give energy to climbers. From Kedarnath to Vasuki there is a high accelerating slope on Goat Road. Hikers may encounter their shepherds, sheep and goats on Chavokhamba Hill, and the Mandakini Valley is spectacular. From the top of Vasuki Hill, Vasukital is a one-kilometer walk down.

Route of Lord Curzon (Utrakhand) – A countryside hike that traverses a range of pastures and shepherds’ camps, a magnificent view of the Himalayas and the rise of Nanda Devi as he crosses the Kauri Pass. The best time to visit this place is May, June, July, August, September. Fantastic hiking in beautiful scenery, on a route through a series of pastures and shepherds’ camps, with very good views of the Indian Himalayas and thus crossing the Kauri Pass at any point of the soaring mountain peak ( 7816 meters).

Holy Lakes Trek – Holy Lakes Himachal Pradesh is shiny, reflective, bright and even has flowers on the shoreline. All lakes have beautiful views of the Himalayas. However, the rest are man-made reservoirs and ponds surrounded by nature. The best time to visit this place is June to October. Holy Lakes Trek is designed for adventure and extreme adrenaline. Simply to the west of Daramshala is a high-lying valley nestled among the soaring peaks of the western Dowladar. It is steeped in mythology, has seven snow-covered lakes, and is one of the holiest sites for the local Gadi tribes. It is a difficult walk, a difficult piece of land and unpredictable weather. A great trip for serious explorers, photographers and nature lovers.

Lamauro Alci Walk-Ladakh has many experiences for travelers, each of which has the same spirituality. This trip will give you an opportunity to experience the beauty around the monasteries. And in fact, move with the monks and gain knowledge from them. The best time to visit this place is May to November. About 125 km west of the city of Leh, on an incredibly beautiful route, lies the early Ladakh Monastery, known as Jung Drong or Swastika. Gompa is amazingly built on sandstone and dates back to the 11th century. The monastery has a remarkable narrative and shows a charming suburban neighborhood that is lined with yellow traces of loess. Alchi Monastery is located 69 km west of Leh, the most prominent and prominent Gompa, built by RinchenZangpo in the 11th century. The monastery has some of the finest murals and murals that reflect the Buddhist iconography style.

Tent Walking (Frozen River Walk) – Tent hiking is one of the most exciting and exciting trips in northern India, icy winter hiking in the Ladakh-Buddhist mountain valley. Ladakh has always attracted visitors with its magical charm and magnificent beauty. The best time to visit this place is January and February. Walking on the frozen Zanskar River is an ultimate experience for adventure lovers. Zanskar is one of the oldest inhabited areas in the world with wild and solitary valleys at an altitude of more than 4000 meters in the Himalayas. In winter, Zanskar is isolated, and only in January and February is there a way to the rest of the world: the Zanskar River Valley. We cover the river from the village of Chiling to Lingshd on the so-called tent or ice.



Source by Deepak Kumar