A trip to the highlands of the Himalayas is like following the path to paradise. None of us can deny our childhood without hearing the myth that God lives in the endless heavens. Our Bible also highlights the great saints who spent their time on the icy peaks of the Himalayas. Therefore, many have decided to discover her beauty every year at moderate weather pressure to find what lies behind it.

The Himalayas stretch from southeast to northwest Asia, separating the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. In many hilly areas, the religious Ganges and Brahmaputra lead to waterfalls all year round. In addition, the silent current of ignorance, Chenab, narrator, Bias and Sotlaj distinguishes the beauty of the valley from other wonders of the world.

Hiking destinations in the Himalayas:


Looking for an adventure destination – Himachal Pradesh, is a mountaineering paradise. The Lahaul & Spiti area offers many altitude tests that stay on snowy winter days. The Myar Valley, the Darcheh-Baralacha crossing, along the Manali-Leh, Palmo, Ladakh-Zanskar highways are some of the most popular hiking trails in the state.


The heights of the Himalayas at Garhwal are about 3566 meters high and offer many hiking trails, such as Har Ki Doon Trek, Roop Kund Trek, Nanda Devi National Park Trek, Valley of Flowers Trek and Gangotri Tapovan Trek.


Kumaon area is home to some of the most famous hill stations in India. You can enjoy the magnificent Himalayan beauty by exploring the Pindari Glacier, Namik Glacier Trek, Kafni Glacier Trek, Sunderdhunga Glacier Trek and Sinla Pass Trek.


You can enjoy a wonderful mountaineering experience by visiting the northeastern state of Sikkim. The majestic beauty of the Himalayas boosts the adrenaline rush and shows them how to walk on trails such as Yuksom to Dzongri, The Goecha La, Singalila Ridge, Kanchenjunga base camp trek and more.

The religious Amarnath Yatra is performed by almost all Hindu worshipers during the month of July to August. The trek begins from Pahalgam to Chandanvari to Shesnag to Penchtarni and finally to the sacred caves of Amarnat.

Source by Mithi Dey