Trekking is an outdoor activity of walking for more than a day. It is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. Trekking could be a motive, It could be a commitment, an aim, an objective, a mission, a party, a social gathering.One of the major benefits of trekking is that it improves your physical health immensely. Spending multiple hours on the trail, climbing around boulders, rock hopping and ascending hills gives your whole body a workout, improving your strength, agility and cardio fitness.Like all physical activities, trekking is beneficial for your health: develop your bones, reduce the risk of osteoporosis, increase your cardiovascular and respiratory capacities, strengthen your immune system, improve your muscular capacity.Trekking is a long journey be undertaken on foot in areas where there are usually no means of transport available. Trekking is not necessarily mountaineering; it is walking for a number of days, usually on uncharted paths, in challenging environments which are likely to be hilly or mountainous.



Pin Parvati Pass

This is an amazing trail that takes you from Kullu to Spiti through the magnificent terrain of the Parvati Valley and Spiti Valley. With many peaks, beautiful meadows, forests, snow, glaciers, etc., this trail has everything. It is more of an expedition rather than a trail and hence requires a bit of preparation. 

Rural Himachal Pradesh has some of the most splendid cultural things going on which cannot be found anywhere else, plus for the matter of fact being so remote these things have remained unscathed by modernization. There are many unique things that one can only experience in this region like the pulley bridge at Tunda Bhuj, the dense forest of the Kheerganga region, glaciers of the passes, etc, It's not that one cannot find these things elsewhere but experiencing all of these things at once is an experience of a lifetime. 

Kalga Sara Umga Pass Trek

Discover this 36.5-km point-to-point trail near Parli, Himachal Pradesh. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 14 h 23 min to complete. This trail is great for backpacking, birding, and camping, and it's unlikely you'll encounter many other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are June through October.

Animal Pass Trek

The Animal Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh's Parvati Valley is the perfect monsoon trek starting from the popular village of Tosh. The trek takes to the roaring yet soothing Tosh river, across the meadows and grasslands of the Tosh Valley to reach the thrilling climb to Animal Pass. The pass presents amazing views of the Tosh glacier and the mighty Kullu Makalu Peak. 

The Animal Pass trek is rarely trodden on and is off-beat thus making it perfect for those looking to beat the crowd and explore the hidden gems of the Himalayas. The varying conditions towering mountain ranges and a perfect pass to cross would fulfill all thoughtful aspirations. The trek is full of dense forests of conifers and the rhododendron trees will keep following till the alpine pastures arrive

Chanderkhani Pass

Check out this 28.0-km out-and-back trail near Manikarn, Himachal Pradesh. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 16 h 25 min to complete. This trail is great for backpacking, birding, and camping. This is one of the very famous passes in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. Going through beautiful forests meadows this trail takes you from Naggar to Malana. There are many mythological stories associated with the Chanderkani pass. It is believed that this was the meditation spot for Saptarishi Jamadagni therefore this location has religious importance as well. 

According to one of the legends, a local deity named Jamlu of Manala had a basket of local gods, on the top of the pass. He accidentally opened the basket and as the winds were very strong all the deities flew away in the wind and he lost them. These winds blew the deities to the nearby peaks and hence these peaks are also considered to be of religious significance. Panoramic views of Indrasan, Deo Tibba, Pir Panjal Range & Parbati Range grace the Chanderkani pass. 

With serene views and highly biodiverse surroundings, this is one of the topmost treks in the region. As this region experiences temperatures that are way below 0 degrees celsius, it is recommended to be well prepared. Sections of snow and ice are in the trek throughout the year therefore caution is suggested as well. 

Sar Pass Trek

Explore this 33.8-km point-to-point trail near Manikarn, Himachal Pradesh. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 17 h 45 min to complete. This is a very popular area for backpacking, birding, and camping, so you'll likely encounter other people while exploring. The best times to visit this trail are April through October.

Bunbuni Pass Hike

Get to know this 8.0-km out-and-back trail near Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 4 h 46 min to complete. This trail is great for birding, hiking, and snowshoeing.Bunbuni pass is another one of the passes that lie on the way to Khirganga. To reach this beautiful pass there is a beautiful lush green forest area with a highly diverse environment. Being in Khirganga National Park various different species of birds and animals reside in this location. Spectacular views with verdant environments and snow-covered peaks are expected over here. 

Rorag Lake

One of the highest Alpine lake in Parvati valley , Rorag sar at 4600 meters is best visited by people for it's unknown trail and the super Ridgeline walk with magnificent views of renowned mountain peaks around such as Papsura Dharamsura , Indrasen , Rudranag, Parvati Parvati, Animal pass and much more.

The stays are on pretty high altitude Meadows with breathtaking views and landscape. This helps this trek to be one of the most beautiful offbeat Alpine trail here.

Mantali Lake Trek

It is a 6 day trek that starts from Barsheni and leads on to Kheer Ganga, Tunda Bhuj, Thakur Kuan, Udi Thatch Mantalai and back. Situated at 13,500 ft above mean sea level, is Mantalai Lake, which is the source of the cascading Parvati river.





Act of making a long journey across difficult country on foot, usually for pleasure. trekking through the jungles. This year we're going trekking in Nepal. to go on a trekking holiday


camping, recreational activity in which participants take up temporary residence in the outdoors, usually using tents or specially designed or adapted vehicles for shelter


Wildlife tourism refers to the observation and interaction with local animal and plant life in their natural habitats. It encompasses segments such as eco-tourism & safari tours 

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