Imagine the thrill of walking over the slick, frozen sheet of ice; a few inches below your feet is a gushing, huge Zansar river. The whole ambiance is electrifying with glimpse of uppermost sections of the Himalayas, deep gorges, at times seemingly unpassable terrain.
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Har Ki Doon Valley is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is connected to Baspa Valley by the Borasu Valley. This valley is at an altitude of approx 3500m above mean sea level and is snow-covered during October to March.
On the Goechala trek, Kanchenjunga is constantly looming on horizon; rose coloured at dawn and start white in the sunshine; just 850 metres short of The Everest, seem to float above haze and darkness of dark valleys of Sikkim. This summit beckons every serious trekker to go!
Brahmatal trek is a snowy Himalayan trek that is done in winter months of January and February. It is a place where silence dominates every sound other than your'e footsteps and your'e heartbeat.
Kuari Pass Trek is know by Curzon's trail, being a very famous trek amidst the European's and the American's. Back in 1905, when Lord Curzon reached Kuari pass from ghat, however the trek is generally trekked from the other way around these days.
Rupin Pass is a moderate to difficult level trek. This trek caters to all varieties of nature, for nature lover this is the trek. The most predominant reason for this trek is the view, there is surprise that awaits every hour of your trail to Rupin pass. It is a high altitude pass across the Himalaya mountain range in state of Himachal Pradesh, India.
Valley of Flowers is an indian National Park located in West Himalaya in the state of Uttarakhand and is known for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora.