Trekking Himalayas – A Journey to Heaven

An expedition towards the high-end of Himalayas is just like following the path to Heaven. None of us can deny to have spend childhood without hearing fairy tales, which says that God reside in the unending sky. Our religious scripture has also highlighted great Saints, who have spend their time in the icy peaks of Himalayas. Therefore, in order to find as what lies up, many has made their mind to explore her beauty, annually in moderate climatic pressure.

The mighty Himalayan ranges spreads over southeast to northwest part of Asia and separates the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan Plateau. Across the many hilly regions, the pious Ganges and the Brahmaputra makes the way to cascade, all the year round. Besides, the silent flow of Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej demarcates the valley’s beauty from other wonders in the world.

Himalayan Trekking Destinations:

The sought after adventure destination-Himachal Pradesh is trekkers’ paradise. The Lahaul & Spiti district offers some high altitude trials, which remain snowy in extreme winter days. Miyar Valley, Darcha-Baralacha Pass, along the Manali-Leh highway, Palemo, Ladakh-Zanskar trek are some most popular trekking routes in the state.

The mighty Himalayas in Garhwal measures about 3566 meters in altitude and suggest many trekking routes like, Har Ki Doon Trek, Roop Kund Trek, Nanda Devi National Park Trek, Valley of Flowers Trek and Gangotri Tapovan Trek.

The Kumaon region is home to some of the best-known hill-stations in India. The magnificent beauty of Himalayas can be enjoyed with exploring Pindari Glacier Trek, Namik Glacier Trek, Kafni Glacier Trek, Sunderdhunga Glacier Trek and Sinla Pass Trek.

A wonderful trekking experience can be grabbed with visiting the north-eastern state of Sikkim. The grandeur beauty of Himalayan pumps up the spirit of adrenaline lovers and indicate them to walk through the treks like, Yuksom to Dzongri, The Goecha La, Singalila Ridge, kanchenjunga base camp trek etc.

The religious Amarnath Yatra is performed by almost all Hindu devotees, during the month from July to August. The task of trekking begins from Pahalgam to Chandanwari to Sheshnag to Panchtarni and finally to the holy Amarnath caves.