Outdoor activities include trekking. It is a different name to walk. People enjoy this pastime on several days of walking in remote, difficult areas. It’s a way of strolling in order to explore and enjoy the serenity. Indeed, this walking experience is joyous and memorable. Trekking helps reduce the pressure of the blood and minimizes the risk of diabetes and heart disease. The Indian trekking began when in prehistoric times the region was inhabited. It became popular as a leisure adventure activity in the years 1970 and 1980. In India – Jammu, and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Darjeeling, northeastern Ghats, and southern India, there are various trekking destinations.
Why did Uttarakhand choose to walk?
The land of gods is labeled Uttarakhand. There is Nanda Devi’s second highest peak in India and another 700 million peaks in the region. This is a thrilling and entertaining amphitheater for trekkers. The Garhwal is well-known for the Rupin Pass’s high rough terrain, whereas the Kumaon region is known among trekkers for its abundant picturesque environment. The USP for trekking in Uttarakhand gives numerous possibilities for hiking and climbing. The Pithoragarh district is famous for its Kashmir miniature with the abundant countryside, giving it an ideal base for many exciting hikes. Some of the fascinating Uttarakhand treks are Panch Kedar Walk, Kedarnath-Vasuki Tal, Gangotri-Kedarnath trek.
- Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek
One of the pictorial hikes in the Himalayas Garhwal is Tungnath and Chandrashila trek. It’s an experience of snow trekking. Tungnath is a temple of Shiva and the tallest of every Himalayas and the summit of Chandrashila is a rock face right over it. It is very easy and short, the Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek. Tunganth and Chadrashila Treks are based in Chopta, a hill resort. It’s a short walk from Tungnath to Chopta. You have to hike to Chandrashila Peak after a trek to Tunganather, which you can do on the Dame day. This summit gives a 360° view of the snow and rich green trees all around the mountains.
- Deoriatal Trek
A gorgeous lake is the Deoriatal or Devarim. It’s 3 kilometers on the Ukhimath-Chopta Road from the villages of Mastura and Sari. The Deoriatal is a delight for those looking for an adventure. The hike is a delight for fans of animals. The Deoriatal Trek trail is simple to medium. A 3 mile trip with breathtaking views of the village of Sari and luscious green fields of paddy. This hike is noteworthy as the Deoriatal is situated beneath the Kedarnath Musk Deer Sanctuaire for a lovely transparent lake. Some animals may be seen from this lake to quench their thirst. The panoramic vista of the peaks of Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Bunderpunch, Kedar, and Kalanag is fascinating.
- Kedarnath Trek
Kedarnath’s walk starts from Gaurikund, where a famed sulfur spring of hot water is located. In the spring, trekkers carry a holy hat to get rid of the excess of walking and then go the way through the trees. You observe a few picturesque cascades on this journey. A view of the Chaukhamba Peak and Mandakini Valley is possible. The most attractive attraction in the Kedarnath Valley is Lake Vasukital. It was a very well-functioning trekking path before the 2013 accident. The Govt. has now altered Kedarnath’s trekking track after 2013.
- Valley of Flowers Trek
Flowers valley is indeed a heaven for nature enthusiasts. The valley boasts plenty of blooms and a wide collection of wildflowers. Through the green valley, the Pushpawati Rivers run. The Flower Trek Valley is one of Uttarakhand’s most stunning treks. Knowledged temples like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Joshimath, and Gurudwara from Hemkund Sahib are the major points of the tour. Another feature of this journey is the confluence of the crystal blue lake, the gorgeous valley, the snowy Himalayan peaks. The tour of the flowers’ valley runs through the many elements of the natural rivers, the deep woods, and the picturesque sights of the towering hills.
- Nag Tibba Trek
Nag Tibba is commonly referred to as a serpent mountain. The Tibba Nag Trek starts at the foothills of the Himalayan Garhwal north last of Mussoorie. In this highlight, the towns offer the snake God a prayer. This walk begins from Pantwari village via Mussoorie hill station. Then the hike descends to the Devalsari and Thatyur. Trekkers Walk through lovely Deodar and Oak forests and watch the wildlife on this hike. The most important highlights of this walk are Nag Tibba Peak, Nanda Devi, Bunderpunch, and Charkhama Peak. The vistas on the night are magnificent. You get an opportunity to discover Uttarakhand’s distant villages. Nag Tibba is favored by hiking tourists
- Har Ki Dun Trek
The Har Ki Dun Trek is one of the most popular hikers. The Har Ki Dun Valley is spectacular, the blue sky above, and the deep Chestnuts, Deodore, and Sycamore are found in the valley below Fateh Parvat. Although the valley is low, the Bandarpunch range is picturesque on the southeast horizon. The hiking trail follows calm rivers and cascades. The 9-day long trek begins in the Garhwal Himalayan range in a little settlement, Sankri. It continued to Taluka by the Rupin and Supin rivers, where the views of the Himalayas were beautiful.
- Brahmatal Trek
Brahmatal Trek is one of Uttarakhand’s best-known hikes. It’s a hike in the winter. The walk from Lohajung to Bekalta begins in Brahamtal. The panorama view of the Nandaghunti mountain can be seen. The path leads to Brahmatal from Bekaltal. One gets amazed by Mt. Trishul’s and Nandhaghunti’s magnificent sights. The whole expedition is a whole combination of exciting activities and adventures. For a few trekkers, this is difficult. The Brahamtal Trek offers a beautiful setting, dense forests, and great views over the Himalayas apart from the rough terrain. You are surprised by the snow-capped Garhwal mountains.