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Spending the weekend trekking

by Uneeb Khan


Only those who are passionate about travel can benefit from backpacking. The backpacking experience lets you discover lesser-known regions, climb the highest summits, and take in some of nature’s most stunning views. In terms of the diverse scenery that India offers It is a nation with a lot of surprises and each of them can be explored by taking advantage of backpacker-friendly treks that are popular. Because of our work schedules and unending deadlines, living in cities is not always afforded the luxury of taking long breaks and take for treks.

There are other options, however, like weekends on hikes, and in certain cases weekly clubbing. Explore the best weekend hikes around the country.

Triund Trek

It is the Triund Trek, a popular weekend hike for Delhi tourists and Delhi residents it is a trek that can be completed in just one day. The trek begins in Bhagsu near McLeodganj and leads trekkers through thick forests, with spectacular panoramas of Kangra Valley. Once you’ve reached the top the only thing you’ll see is the imposing peaks that lie in the clouds. It’s an incredible scene. If you have time, they can go towards Lahesh Cave and explore the meadows below Indrahara Pass. New Delhi, India The highest point of 9,760 feet. Two days are planned. Difficulty: Easy Bhagsu/Dharamkot acts for the basis camp.

Rajmachi Fort Trek

This Rajmachi Fort trek is a perfect weekend trip for the residents in Mumbai as well as Pune. The route winds through picturesque landscapes of open grasslands, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the Sahyadri mountain range’s green and lush mountains. Its Rajmachi Fort was built in the 17th century by Shivaji and has been a popular destination for hikers due to its position and views. From and around Mumbai as well as Pune at 2750ft, it is considered to be the top elevation. Time: One day Easy It is in Lonavala.

If you love trekking then you can also do Beas Kund Trek. 

Dudhsagar Trek

Although many of us witnessed that waterfall first in Shahrukh Khan’s Bollywood blockbuster Chennai Express, it has been around for a long time as a favorite location for adventure-seekers, and trekking there could be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The trek to waterfalls gives trekkers the chance to take in the breathtaking splendor of the Western Ghats up close and close and personal. The views are spectacular and so is the white water. India, Bangalore The highest point is 1,017 feet above sea level. 1-day duration. Level of Difficulty: Moderate-Easy Base camp is situated at The Dudhsagar Railway Station.

Pin Parvati Trek

It is the Pin Parvati Trek, discovered as an alternative route to Himachal Pradesh’s Spiti Valley, is thought to be one of the nation’s most difficult and thrilling routes. The highest point of the trail is 5319 meters above sea level. From July through September, the trek demands extensive understanding and experience. The hike includes steep slopes with gradual ascents, beautiful mountains, and stunning passes. If you have advanced trekking skills the trek is around 100 km long and can be completed in just 16 days. Difficulty: Moderate, Base camp: Gramphu – Batal – Kaza road.

Nag Tibba

Nag Tibba is ideal for those who love mountains and want to view the Himalayan mountains because it is very near Delhi. It’s a less-known trail close to Mussoorie which takes hikers through forests that are dense and rich in fauna and flora. It offers unparalleled views of the most famous mountains, which include the Bandarpoonch (also Bandarpunch) Peak, Gangotri group of peaks, Kedarnath peak in the north, Doon Valley, and the mountains covered in the snow of Chanabang. New Delhi, India most high point is 9,915 feet. Three days are required. Difficulty Level: Moderate to Easy Pantwari is the ideal start location (near Mussoorie; 90 km away from Dehradun)

Bijli Mahadev Trek

The legends surrounding the mystery Shiva temple in Bijli Mahadev, are situated between valleys like the Parvati, Garsa, Bhuntar as well as Kullu valleys. The temple was built in honor of a long-running wonder. Every year, lightning strikes smash the Shiva Lingam in the temple. The temple priest collects the fragments and then glues them all together using butter to create an adhesive. The next day the Lingam is found in a safe condition. The hikers follow the trail through the dense forests until they arrive at an expansive meadow that offers breathtaking perspectives of the mountain ranges that lie in the distance. New Delhi, India The highest elevation at 8,060ft above sea level. Time: One day: Easy Chansari Village serves as the base camp (near Kullu)

Tadiandamol Trek

While it’s one of Karnataka’s less well-known treks avid backpackers will recall the excitement of hiking up to Tadiandamol which is the highest point of Coorg which is 5,740 feet. The trail winds through huge areas of Shola forest as well as stunning lush green streams and grasslands. A camp at the top of the trail will be a memorable experience thanks to the force of winds and the endless panoramas of the surrounding countryside. Bangalore or Coorg are the two places to go. The highest elevation at 5,740ft. 1-day duration, a moderate degree of difficulty Kakkabe refers to the location given to Coorg’s base camp (near Coorg).

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