Best Treks In India For The Year 2024

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If you want to explore the mountains, culture, and biodiversity of a place, trekking is one of the best activities you can do. With being such a large country, India is second to none when it comes to trekking. From the Himalayas in the north, and the Western Ghats in the south.

In this article, we bring to you the 10 best treks in India 2024 as you may have already come across the list entailing 20/ 50/ 100 best treks in India. We have narrowed down the list for you and even provided you with information like the distance that you will cover, the difficulty of the trek, the highest point’s altitude, the best time to undertake the trek and much more. We hope that after evaluating these factors this article will help you make a more rational decision when you will be choosing the trek that you would want to do.

So, without further ado, let us take a look at the list of top 10 treks in India 2024:

1. Chadar Trek

Also known as the frozen river trek is not only a unique trek but also one of the most challenging in India. Chadar means a sheet and depicts the sheet of ice over the Zanskar river during the winter season in Ladhak. This trek will take 8 days to complete.

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Approximate Distance of Trek 105 kilometres
Difficulty Challenging
Region Ladakh
Best Time for Trekking January and February
Highest Point in the Trek Over 11,100 feet (3380 metres)
Starting Point Chilling
Time Needed 8 days

2. Kheerganga Trek

When you are in Manali or Kasol, taking part in the Kheer Ganga Trek is a must and can be done by even the least experienced trekkers. Filled with lush greenery this trek takes you through stunning backdrops which are hypnotic to say the least.

Approximate Distance of Trek 28 kilometres
Difficulty Easy
Region Kullu
Best Time for Trekking November to February
Highest Point in the Trek Over 10,000 feet (approx. 3050 metres)
Starting Point Tosh
Time Needed 2 days

3. Great Himalayan National Park Trek

Saying that the Great Himalayan National Park is a blessing will not be wrong. Situate in the Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh. You can take part in half-day/ full-day/ overnight/ multiple day treks here and that’s the beauty of this place. Every trek is unique in itself.

Approximate Distance of Trek Depends on the trek you take part in
Difficulty Moderate
Region Kullu
Best Time for Trekking October to March
Highest Point in the Trek Up to 17, 450 feet (over 5300 metres)
Starting Point Aut
Time Needed Half a day to multiple days

4. Prashar Lake Trek

Situated around 50 kilometres from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, there is this breathtaking lake. The water in the lake is unpolluted, making it look clear as a crystal. During winters, the entire area gets covered in snow. The view surrounding this lake will leave you in awe.

Approximate Distance of Trek 16 kilometres
Difficulty During Summers it is easy, but come Winters, and it escalates to moderate.
Region Mandi
Best Time for Trekking December to February and April to June
Highest Point in the Trek Almost 8, 500 feet (close to 2600 metres)
Starting Point Baggi
Time Needed Half a day

5. Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak Trek

Dzukou or Dzkou Valley is known to be the most charming vallies in Nagaland, with its lush green hills, snake-like streams. Dzukou valley is said to be sitting at the base of a caldera which has been covered with greenery.

Approximate Distance of Trek 30 kilometres
Difficulty Moderate
Region Kohima
Best Time for Trekking December to February
Highest Point in the Trek Around 10, 000 feet (close to 3050 metres)
Starting Point Kohim
Time Needed 6 days

6. Roopkund Trek

If you have ever been fond of trekking, we are sure you must have heard of Roopkund Trek as it is among the most popular treks in all of India. The trek, which starts from dark forests takes you to Bedni and Ali Bugyal which are considered to be India’s alluring meadows situated at high altitudes. When on this trek, you can see some of North India’s highest peaks like Neelkanth, Kedar Dome, and even Kedarnath.

Approximate Distance of Trek 50 kilometres
Difficulty A mix of Moderate and Challenging patches
Region Mandi
Best Time for Trekking May to June
Highest Point in the Trek Around 15, 700 feet (close to 4800 metres)
Starting Point Dhaula
Time Needed 8 days

7. Kanchenjunga National Park Trek

Kanchenjunga, situated in Sikkim and Nepal is the third highest peak in the world after Mount Everest and K2. Kanchenjunga Trek is not just 1 trek per se. The total trekking will take you around 10 days, but the minimum that people love to trek to is Dzongri, which will take you 3 days, and is situated at the height of over 4000 metres giving a breathtaking view of the Kanchenjunga.

Approximate Distance of Trek 90 kilometres
Difficulty A mix of Moderate and Challenging patches
Region Sikkim
Best Time for Trekking May to June and September to November
Highest Point in the Trek Around 28, 000 feet (over 8500 metres)
Starting Point Yuksam
Time Needed 10 days

8. Triund Trek

Triund trek is considered to be the easiest in all of the Himalayan treks and yet offers some of the most mesmerizing views of the Kangra Valley. The climb, though easy, is steep and is close to McLeodganj.

Approximate Distance of Trek 8 kilometres
Difficulty Easy
Region McLeodganj
Best Time for Trekking May to June and September to December
Highest Point in the Trek Around 9, 800 feet (almost 3000 metres)
Starting Point Galu
Time Needed 2 days

9. Sandakphu Trek

Sandakphu is the highest peaks in two states of two different countries, i.e. West Bengal in India and Mechi in Nepal. As a trekker reaches the top of the trekkable peak he/ she can witness the views of the highest peaks in the world. Looking at the left, you will see the highest, fourth highest and the fifth highest peaks in the world, and on the right, you will see the third highest peak in the world.

Approximate Distance of Trek 80 kilometres
Difficulty Moderate
Region Darjeeling
Best Time for Trekking October to April
Highest Point in the Trek Around 11, 950 feet (almost 3650 metres)
Starting Point Jaubhari
Time Needed 7 days

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10. Kodachadri Trek

Located in the Western Ghats in Maravanthe, Karnataka, Kodachadri Hills serves a picturesque view of the dense green forest to the town. A trek in the Southern region of India serves as the perfect point for beginners.

Approximate Distance of Trek 16 kilometres
Difficulty A Mix Easy and Moderate
Region Maravanthe
Best Time for Trekking October to Mid February
Highest Point in the Trek Around 4,400 feet (almost 1350 metres)
Starting Point Karekatte
Time Needed 2 days

Now that you know of some of the most amazing treks in India, which one makes you wanna pack your bags and set on to a journey that you will never forget. If you have taken any or some of the above-mentioned treks do tell us about your experience down in the comments.

Please note that for some treks, you may need a permit.

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