Sandakphu Phalut Trek or Singalila Ridge Trek is one of the best treks that offer breathtaking mountain views. It is the only trek in India where one can see Mt. Everest (Tallest), Kanchenjunga (Third), Lhotse (Fourth) and Makalu (5th) together in a single frame. Spring months are great for trekking as days are longer with beautiful rhododendrons along the trail and warmer nights. However you have to be lucky to get views as clear as winter months.
A short trek through villages on the slopes of Dhauladhar to Kareri Lake with spectacular views. Kareri Trek does not have any demanding days. Excellent connection by road to all over makes this an easy approach to the trail head.
Ladakh’s most famous trek and undoubtedly one of the best in India. Explore this homestay trek and feel the vast expanse of Himalayas.
A quick hike into the wild jungles of Kalimantan in search of wildlife and much more.
The best weekend trekking destination from Delhi and an all weather favourite. Views extend from Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh to Nandadevi in East Garhwal. Bandarpoonch is strikingly beautiful from top.
If you can battle -20C and cold winds, then this journey is a spectacle which you will remember for life. Not many winters left before this trek will be a history. Do it fast.
A beautiful alpine lake with views of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal. The hike in winter amidst snow makes it a great weekend destination from Delhi.
If you love green meadows, red and pink rhododendrons, white peaks and easy hikes then this is the trek for you. The campsite by alpine lake Detrital is breathtaking. Visit in March April to appreciate the rhododendrons.
An old time favourite for hippies with well marked trail and campsites/teahouses, Kheerganga is an easy weekend trek. Beautiful jungle and waterfall Enroute makes the trek delightful.
Kuari Pass is the trek known for great views of Himalaya. Views of Nandadevi and Kamet the highest peaks of Uttarakhand dominates the trek. A must trek for landscape photography.