At an altitude of about 2160 feet, this place is truly magical and has many beautiful views for the trekkers to experience. The name of the same came from Andhra meaning dark and ban meaning forest in Hindi. This trekking spot is located in Pimpri, Maharashtra. This place has some splendid views of the mountains and gushing waterfalls. The trekking journey begins from the Pimpri dan and goes up to the Bhira dam. This forest is said to be the best monsoon trekking spot. It is one of the rarest trekking spots because the starting point and the ending point of this trek are not the same. The beauty of the route to this trek is highlighted by the Sahyadris and also by the green-clad hills on the Western Ghats.
Nag Tibba Trek
This trek is an easy to moderate one that can be taken up by beginners who are new to trekking or hiking. It is located in the Uttarakhand region in the north. Nature itself understands the needs of trekkers who would want to witness the snowy peaks and for a while, it changes. You can also feel the beauty of the fresh green landscape while trekking here. It only takes 1 to 2 days to complete this trek.
Hampta Pass Trek
Hampta pass trek is an easy trek that is popular as the trek covers a distance of 35 km with an altitude of 4400 meters being the highest. It is located in Himachal Pradesh in the north. The Hampta pass trek BanBanjara is an ideal trek for beginners for a first-time high-altitude trekking experience. Trekkers get to walk through thick forests, the avifauna of the Himalayas, snow-capped valleys, crystal clear water bodies, and the flora meadows and end up walking through the barren Lahaul – Spiti lands, which are all an unforgettable and amazing view and experience.
Spiti Valley Trek
This trekking spot is located in Himachal Pradesh in the north. This place not only takes the trekkers through a variety of Buddhist monasteries and villages with high altitudes but trekkers can also explore the hundreds of thousands of old fossils which are covered by the Tethys sea. The locals of the Spiti village are very friendly and so the trekkers can choose to stay at their family-run homestays and wholeheartedly enjoy their traditional food style, know more about their ancestors, and many more. One would have understood the location of the same, yes the beautiful Jammu and Kashmir themself.
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At an altitude of about 4000 feet, is where this splendid trekking spot. The trekking of the same begins from New Delhi. As you go trekking higher you get a chance to have a glimpse of Trisul, Nanda Devi, Bandarpunch, Chaukhamba, and Kedar peaks. This place is a perfect piece of land to explore for people who love high altitude. As you approach an altitude of about 13000 feet, you get to cross through forests with snowy lands and also witness the rich and beautiful flora and fauna of this place. Chopta or famously known as “Mini Switzerland” is really a land to explore and has amazing views which will really connect oneself to nature in front of them.
Valley of Flowers Trek
At an altitude of about 14,400 feet, the Valley of Flowers is located in the Uttarakhand region. The name of this spot is so apt as this place is beautifully filled with amazing flowers all around. One just needs to name a color and they will surely find it, be it blue, red, pink, or even white. This place also has some rare fauna like the blue sheep, snow leopard, and many more. They also have wildflowers that they have to be careful about. Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara has a holy place and people who wish can also take a dip on the lake nearby.
This is at an altitude of about 4650 feet, which lies in the region of Malshej, Western Ghats. This place is famous for its hill forts, which are almost covered in greens and blue clouds. A big Shiva Linga in the Kedareshwar caves, which is always covered by water on all sides, and also Saptatritha Pushkarini temple are some of the highlights of this place.