To-do-list of Winter Treks This year

November 30, 2022

Winter Trek in India in the Himalayas usually takes place from November until the end of March. It’s not the most popular time for those who are not active. It is nevertheless a fantastic opportunity for those who are energized and adventure enthusiasts who want adrenaline rushes with each and every breath. The risk bar is elevated considerably because of higher altitudes, as well as less temperature. It’s an unforgettable wild adventure that provides stunning images of the stunning mountains before settling into the top of the mountain covered with pure white snow. Learn more about the hike to take in the winter months of this year.

1. Kedarkantha Trek

Kedarkantha Trek is perhaps the most sought-after snow-traveling route in India. With the snow falling, it’s an enthralling photographic experience, and even more appealing is the view of the Mighty Himalayas from the course all the way to the top. With a height of 3810m, which is approximately 12,500 feet, this is an ideal walking trail that covers the entire range of 20 kilometers. Kedarkantha Trek is among the easy to moderate treks to do in winter.

The list of top wintertime walks is incomplete without mentioning this timeless wintertime hike. It’s the most perfect combination of stunning views, walks in remote Garhwal villages and of course, the pleasure of trekking in snow. It is not common to learn that during winter snowfall begins at the midpoint of December and usually lasts till mid-April. The location is the Govind Wild Animals Shelter and National Park in Uttarkashi.

2. Chadar Trek

It is a goal for all travelers who are passionate about travel that is from India and all over the world. The name comes because of the thin layer of ice that is formed on the Zanskar River in Winter Months. Chadar Trek is one of the toughest trekking routes in winter due to the fact that temperatures along the top of the mountain can drop down to 30 C which requires enough physical and mental stamina,” says Rakesh Pant the founder and partner with Trip the Himalayas. With an elevation of 11,123 feet, you have to be prepared for some freezing shocks. The 9-day trip takes about 75 kilometers, the majority of it through the “Chadar”. The continuous walking on the ice causes the ice layer to thin down, or in certain places, break. The sweet gurgling sound of the river can be soothing music to the ears as well as a clue towards the future experience that lies ahead.

3. Dodital Winter Trek

Its trek of Sangamchatti from Sangamchatti to Dodital is one of the top treks for those who want to experience trekking for the first time. The trek is simple, however in winter, it can be difficult because it’s covered with snow. Beginning at Sangamchatti the trek travels through thick forests that can be seen by many Himalayan birds that are flying effortlessly across the skies. As hikers begin walking up towards Agoda town they will observe the tops of Western, as well as Eastern Uttarakhand, move forward. The trek will then go on toward Bebra village, which is a great town that is famous for its beans, potatoes, and potatoes as well as Rajma ranches. It is also home to the Assi the Ganga Rivers. The financial institution is located on the Assi Ghat River, travelers can unwind at the camp, or take pleasure in Himalayan trout fishing.

4. Bedni Bugyal Winter Months Expedition

Beginning from the beautiful city of Rishikesh The trek will surely take you to various altitudes in the Garhwal region. After a lengthy drive from Rishikesh and crossing the beautiful paths of Karnprayag the trekkers will head toward Wan Town. After arriving at Wan Village, the action-packed trek begins. many trekkers will definitely climb uphill to cause Bedni Bugyal. The trek from Wan Village to Bedni Bugyal is a challenging one, and you must definitely traverse thick forests and rivers in order to reach the destination.

5. Snow Leopard Expedition

Snow Leopard Trek, as the name suggests, offers the opportunity to observe snow leopards. The trip itself is thrilling. It’s situated in Hemis National forest, with two passes that are 3900-4100 meters high to traverse. Hemis National Park is a wilderness empyrean of wild animals that protects nature’s charm in the best way possible. It is situated in the Himalayas The park holds in its treasure trove a number of the most endangered species of animals.

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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