The Bali Pass Trek connects the Har Ki Dun Valley to Yamunotri in the Uttarkashi region of Uttarakhand. The trek takes you to a high altitude of 16,000+ feet and is a fairly difficult trek. The trek starts from a village called Sankri located in Uttarakhand and ends at Janki Chatti. Bali Pass Trek is great for those adventure seekers who want to push their limits and want to experience nature at its best.
Buran Ghati Trek is one of the most famous and beautiful crossover treks i.e. a trek with a different starting and ending point. The trek starts from Janglik which is situated about 150 Km. from the summer capital of Himachal Pradesh - Shimla and ends at a village called Barua.
Situated in the beautiful Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Deoriatal Chopta Chandrashila Trek offers a great opportunity to those who are just starting out to trek in the Himalayas. Winter season is the best time to visit this trek as it offers a picturesque scenery of Deoria Tal with snow clad peaks towering in the background that makes the onlookers fall in love with this trek.
Har Ki Dun (literally Valley of Lord Shiva) is a valley trek located in the Garhwal Himalayas region of Uttarakhand, India. This hanging valley is surrounded by high altitude meadows, alpine vegetation and snow-clad mountain peaks.
The Valley of Flowers & Hemkund Sahib Trek is located in the Valley of Flowers National park in the north of Chamoli & Pithoragarh district, Uttarakhand, India. The valley was declared as a National Park by the government of India in 1980 to preserve its flora & fauna and later, in 2004 as UNESCO world heritage site. Ever Since then, the valley of flowers has been in the bucket list of trekkers from all over the globe.
Deoban Trek, just like Nag Tibba trek is a great weekend trek for beginners as well as advanced level trekkers with a rewarding experience. This trek will allow you to witness the amazing beauty of the Himalayas without having to walk too much.
Kedarnath Dham Yatra is the most visited Hindu pilgrimage site located in the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand India and is visited by thousands of devotees every year. Kedarnath Temple is located at a high altitude of 11,760 ft. above sea level & is one of the four major pilgrim sites along with Gangotri, Yumnotr & Badrinath.
Nag Tibba (literally “Serpent’s Peak”) is the highest peak in the lower Himalayan region and the Nag Tibba Range. Situated at a high altitude of 9,915 ft. above sea level, the Nag Tibba peak offers a breathtaking 360 degrees view of snow-covered mountain ranges such as Bandarpooch, Swargarohini, Kala Nag, Gangotri and many others.
Kedarkantha (not to be confused with Kedarnath Temple) is a mountain peak of the Himalayas located at Govind Pashu Vihar National Park in Sankri village of Uttarkashi district. The elevation of the peak is about 3,800 m. (12,500 ft.)