Trekking in India during the winters, particularly in the high peaks of the Himalayas, is a totally different experience in itself. During this season Himalayan snowy becomes a haven for trekkers, hikers and skiers.
From the Himalayas in the north to the K2 peak in the East, India has a number of high-altitude regions to enjoy winter hiking. From the Himalayas in the north to the K2 peak in the East, India has a number of high-altitude regions to take pleasure in winter trekking. No wonder they offer unlimited opportunities for adventure sports and has something for everyone.
To fire the spirit of trekking in you and make your stay an unforgettable time in this paradise, the Garhwal Himalayas with the cooperation of the Himalayas in India have designed a variety of exclusive tour packages. Below are some of the best winter spot for trekking in India, where you can enjoy ice sports like trekking and snow skiing.
Tucked at an altitude of 3307 meters above the sea, walking in northern Dodital Uttarakashi is perfect for those with moderate trekking skills. When you trek here will be passed across the thick forests of firs, oaks, rhododendrons and Deodar. These trees makes the surrounding landscape is absolutely beautiful. Here you can also enjoy the beautiful view of the Garhwal Himalayas. The lake is full of fish and is known for some rare species like the Himalayan golden trout. The forest adjacent to the lake is also full of wildlife. India trekking in Dordital offers a peaceful created for leisure and amusement such as fishing and bird watching.
Chopta Chandrashila Trek
Chopta Chandrashila is perhaps one of the most gorgeous hiking trails of winter in India, which has always drawn the attention of lovers of adventure around the word. Offering stunning views and picturesque snow of the Himalayas, trekking in this route is a treat for both eyes and soul. Trekking here will also give you the most spectacular view of the Trishul, Nandadevi, peak and peak Cedar Chaukhamba.
Frozen River Trek
Walking on the frozen river of Zanskar or trekking in India is an exclusive for lovers of adventure. The traditional name of the walk is "Chadar Trek," which means frozen leaf. This road is the only transportation route for Zanskaris during the winter season, since all other avenues are closed due to heavy snow falling on overpasses.
Due to this, the route had been trade way for centuries by people Zanskari. Now the way is also well known with hikers and winter adventure lovers. Zanskar has the distinction of being the least interfered with microcosms of Ladakh, as it is the most isolated region during winter. This place is unapproachable for almost eight months a year because of heavy snowfall resulting in closure of all access passes. It is therefore one of the last surviving cultural satellites of Tibet. This geographical separation along with the mysterious nature of Buddhism practiced here has enabled its ten thousand inhabitants to protect and carry on their cultural identity till date. This walk allows Chadar penetrate the insulation and examine some of the villages along the Zanskar River in the middle of winter. This can take a look at the habitats of the region during a unique time of year.