The Himalayas are the most sought-after and elusive trekking destination on the planet. You have not seen God’s most magnificent creation unless you have trekked in the Himalayas. Take in the breathtaking scenery of winding valleys, snow-capped peaks, and lovely grasslands. These lesser-known Himalayan treks sit gently in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, home to various high mountain passes, peaks, and flowing rivers.
Apart from the well-known hiking trails that lead to the world’s highest mountain peaks, there are a number of lesser-known treks that reveal the beauty of nature.
The most beautiful lake treks and low-altitude treks will be a visual and spiritual feast. This essay, created for the mountaineer in you, will introduce you to lesser-known Himalayan hikes.
Nag Tibba Trek
Nag Tibba, at 9,915 feet, is the highest peak in Uttarakhand’s lesser Himalayan region and Bugyals region. It is 9.9 miles from Landour cantonment and 57 kilometres from Mussoorie in Uttarakhand’s Tehri Garhwal area. The area is home of ‘Nag Devta,’ or the God of Snakes, from whom it gets its name. Local villagers gather here to pray to Nag Devta for the protection of their livestock. This location is 3048 metres above sea level. Nag Tibba is the highest peak in Uttarakhand’s lower Himalayan range.
Nagtibba refers to the Snake God’s home or residence. It has a temple on top, and if you look over to the Yumnotri side, you can view the entire Bandarpoonch mountains of the Great Indian Himalayas.
Nag Tibba is known for its great height, reaching up to 9915 feet at its highest point, where you can see a modest temple situated atop the Nag Tibba ‘Jhandi,’ the trek’s highest point.
Level of Difficulty
It’s an easy to moderate hike that’s ideal for a weekend retreat. This hike is easily accessible for persons of all ages with moderate hiking expertise because the base may be reached by jeep.
When is the best time to visit?
The Nag Tibba trip can be completed at any time of the year. However, because Nag Tibba is a well-known winter trip, it should be visited between December and March, when the temperature is at its warmest.
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Annapurna Base camp trek
The Annapurna Base Camp Trek takes you through a range of landscapes and cultural valleys, including a lush mountain avenue, terraced grasslands, tiny Gundruk town, and an incredible variety of flora and fauna.
With an elevation of 8091 meters, Nepal’s Mt. Annapurna is the world’s tenth tallest mountain, and the trekking trail to its base camp, at 4130 meters (13549 feet), is one of the most difficult Himalayan treks. Take in the views of Fishtail Mountain, which the Nepalese admire for its singular beauty. It is well-known for being the only journey where you will have close encounters with peaks rising to 7000-8000 meters.
The highest point you’ll reach on your Annapurna Base Camp trek is 13550 feet, which is a difficult climb. Hundreds of mountaineers ascend this trail every year to see the eight thousanders from such a high altitude.
Level of difficulty
Make plans to travel to Annapurna Base Camp. The trekking in Annapurna is classified as moderate to strenuous. It’s a popular option among outdoor enthusiasts and may be done on your own.
The months of October and November are the most popular for trekking to the Annapurna Base Camp in Nepal. This is frequently accompanied by clear vistas of mountain peaks and a magnificent night sky.
However, April to May is an excellent time to visit ABC because the snow is starting to melt and the haze is only noticeable at lower elevations. May is the hottest month of the year, with less visitor attractions.
Chandrashila, which means MOON ROCK in English, is a lesser-known Himalayan trip. There are a variety of stories that circulate about this journey. This incredible trekking track provides a 360-degree picture of the majestic Himalayas.
During your trek to Chopta Chandrashila, you will be treated to spectacular vistas of Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, Nilkanth, and Panchachuli, among other scenic peaks. The Chandrashila trip is ideal for novice trekkers who want to experience nature’s abundance. From Deoria Tal to Chandrashila, explore the magnificent and breathtaking walking trail.
The Tung Nath temple, which attracts many worshippers, is the main feature of this walk.
The highest point in the Chandrashila walk is 4000 meters above sea level.
Level of Difficulty
The Chandrashila trek is a moderately difficult walk that demands some stamina and physical fitness. This isn’t a really long hike; it’s only a few kilometers. The trek from the sacred temple to Chandrashila summit, however, can be strenuous on your legs, so take it slowly.
You will meet snow in May and June, which will make the journey both beautiful and challenging.