Monsoons are a season that is enormously admired by one and all. Similarly, a number of mountains confer a pleasant trekking experience during the monsoons. While some of the treks pose legitimate hindrances to the trekkers, some hail their seekers with stretched arms. Delving into a splendorous monsoon trek leads you to discover the Himalayas at their modest outlook.
Valley of Flowers
The elegant valley consisting of mesmerizing endemic flowers has the power to make you senseless in their intense sweet scent. The valley is 10km wide and surfaced over a height of 11,500 ft. It takes 17km from Govindghat to savor the paradise in disguise of an eccentric valley. Unlike other seasons the trek is less tiring during the monsoon because of the pleasant weather and occasional rainfall. This trek does not end at the valley after returning to Gangharia, the next day you can also depart for Hemkund Sahib peak which is an added benefit to this trek as it falls on the same path.
Hampta Pass trek
Ideally ventured out during the monsoon to secure the height of 14,010 ft. above sea level. Manali marks the beginning of the exciting tour whereas Jobra implies the commencement of the trek. 5 days of adventure trail to the peak and back via enchanting Chandratal fulfills the desire to explore the Himalayas from the perspective of a hiker. The undulating valleys and indigenous vegetation growing in them relished by the residing faunas intrigue the nomadic culture in your life for the next 5 days.
Not only in the Himalayas but there are more ecstatic highpoints around the country. This trek is exquisitely located in the Maharastran terrain to amaze you with its fine beauty and remarkable height that dwells amidst a green cover. Over the height of 1312 meters, the Sinhagad trek serves a historical corner by escorting you to the 1000 years old Sinhagad fort.
Rupin Pass Trek
Exploring an eye full of delight throughout this trek makes this stand out of all treks. An elevation of 15,380 ft. above sea level demands you to trail for 9 days. Moderately difficult but the challenge is worthwhile. It is the surprise of the planet that is settled over this trek for the humans to explore peacefully, thus inviting trekkers to come across unbelievable terrain dominated by smearing coniferous forest surrounding a ravishing exotic blue water lake. The excellent trail over the lush green meadows never fades the accomplishment of the peak. Uttarakhand’s Dhaula marks the commencement of the trek and Himachal’s Sangla concludes.
Har ki Dun Trek
It is not astounding that this summer trek reveals the vibrance of the valley through the middle of which runs a beautiful stream of the river. Moderately trekking along the green meadows under a clear sky you reach an elevation of 11,700 ft. above sea level. The well-defined mountains on either side of the trail make it more energizing. For 5 days the magnificent valley contributes towards a constant encouragement to achieve the peak. Crossing the moraine ridges indulging in a social gathering with the ancient villages located is amazing. Finally, the peak brings you to the vicinity of numerous other Himalayan peaks adjacent to the Har ki Dun peak.