Trekking is not just about climbing Mountains but it’s all about to see a world from your own vision.

If anyone is seeking how to conquer fear, simple answer of this question is trekking.

Time to explore some strange peaks in India for trekking lovers!

You know the most popular adventurous activity is trekking. The mountains in India signify a natural beauty with spiritual guidance as well.

Exiting about trekking, Let see some strange but beautiful treks in India

  1. The Kanchenjunga Trek:-

If you want to enjoy the highest peak mountain in India you must visit the Kanchenjunga Mountain. Kanchenjunga is the world’s third highest peak. The height of this mountain is 8,586m. It is also considered as one of the excellent trek as it is known for its natural beauty. This mountain comes in the area of Sikkim Himalayas. Best time to trek this mountain is from mid of March to May and from September to October.

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  1. Zanskar/Chadar Trek:-

Usually we can walk on ice covered road but have you ever imagine walking on ice covered river, you can enjoy this ultimate experience in Zanskar / Chadar Lake. This trek gets shuffled along with the Chadar that breaks and changes the color on the river in every few hours. Everything about this trek is exceptional i.e. the paranoma, atmosphere, the frozen river, caves and ever challenging Chadar. The temperature of this river is -25 to –30 degrees and best season to trek is Mid of January to February.

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  1. Roopkund Trek:-

Roopkund trek is for those who enjoys the daring experiences. In this trek you’ll get the opportunity to view the famous mysterious lake which is roopkund. This lake is also known for skeleton lake as the skeleton resides in the bottom of lake. The best time to trek this is between May and October.

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  1. Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh:-

One of the most famous trek in Ladakh is Markha Valley trek. You will enjoy the beauty of this trek with sheer amount of Ladhaki/ Tibetan culture.On most of the routes villages gives accommodation to the trekker in parachute tents and thus make this trek to known as ‘tea house trek’. During this trek you’ll pass through the beautiful Hemis National Park and the best time to trek this valley is August or September.

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  1. Goecha La Trek, West Sikkim:-

The Goecha La trek can be done in the land of Sikkim. This trek is the dream and desire for those who are adventures lover throughout the country. Passing through this trek you will find the beautiful landscape which are filled with flowers and have attractive meadows and forest. This trek is also an extension of Dzongri trek. You can cover this 90km trek 11 days during the month of April and September.

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 So this summer spend times in mountain with your loved ones


  • Lovely treks

  • The places are admirable, Thank you for sharing with us.

  • The pictures are too beautiful. Thank you

    • Thank you so much and keep reading!!

  • Excellent write up you capture the all Beautiful places of India in this article. These are amazing.

  • I m not a trek lover but for these destinations I am dying to go for a trek just to shoot some amazing views up there . Thanks for sharing.

  • These places look amazing! Putting these on my list!

  • All the must try treks in one place. This is so interesting and informative at the same time. Would love to come back to this article when we plan a trekking trip here.

  • Amazing adventures – I’m fully in love with the skeleton lake!

  • You haven’t mentioned many of the beautiful treks from North East. Check Dzukou Valley out on our blog, I’m sure it is worthy of being the top!

  • Was totally not aware of these treks. Should head here soon !

  • Snowy mountains in India. I never knew that the scale is so large. I was always afraid to go to India because of the hot weather, but now I may change my mind.

  • It’s my dream to trek in the Himalayas. I’m not the fittest but would trek to see the beautiful mountains and landscapes. Just to walk across a frozen river would be an experience! The turquoise lake at Roopkund trek definitely stands out against the snow. How eerie is skeleton lake!

  • Thats a lovely compilation of treks. I have heard about Roopkund and Zanskar. They seem so difficult especially the Chadar trek. I so wish i could do it some day but i feel quite scared to be frank.

  • This is a great compilation of treks across India. I never knew these places even existed. They look quite beautiful!

  • They look like amazing treks! Some stunning views, I can’t decide which one I like the look of more. I liked how you put the best times to trek as well, that was really useful

  • ‘If anyone is seeking how to conquer fear, simple answer of this question is trekking’ so true. Loved your post on Himalayan treks in India. I have done many treks in India and swear by the beauty and thrill of treks in Himalayas.

  • Love this post. My husband and I are big fans of trekking, I’m definitely going to share this post with him. Love the pictures btw!

  • I have been to Markha Valley trek. Will try out others soon. Thank you for the post 🙂

  • Awesome post. I am a die-hard adventurer and love to trek. But I haven’t trekked in the Himalayas yet. This post will come handy once I plan for any visit to the mighty Himalayas.

  • Fantastic post! I have been reading a lot about the chadar trek and it has really sparked my interest. Your pictures are amazing, makes me want to be in the Himalayas right now !

  • These pictures are breathtaking. I would love to visit all these places!

  • I love tracking. Thanx for the info

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