Best India Summer Trek Har Ki Dun Trek, Phulara Ridge Trek, Bali Pass Trek, Gaumukh Tapovan Trek In Himalaya.
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- Book Har ki Dun trek : Har Ki Dun trek can be done in at least 7 Months through the year. The trek can be done in different weathers and in all seasons except during the Monsoon month when rain can make the trek very challenging.
- Book Phulara Ridge Trek: To begin with, ridge treks are extremely uncommon in our country. There is hardly a handful. In exploring the Phulara Ridge trek in March, April,May, June 2023, we discovered a ridge trek that is looking to be one of the best!
- Book Bali Pass Trek : Bali Pass is a mountain pass that peaks slightly short of 5000 meters mark, and connects the Har Ki Dun – Ruinsara Valley to Yamunotri and vice-versa. The trek runs through numerous heritage Villages of Har Ki Dun valley such as Osla, Gangaad, Taluka and ascends deep into the Govind National Park. On the route we come across the beautiful Ruinsara Lake. Multiple Waterfalls lie on the way to the pass.
- Book Gaumukh Tapovan Trek: Gaumukh Trek is a 48 km trek hiked over 8 in the Greater Himalayas. It lies in the state of Uttarakhand and begins and ends at the pilgrim town of Gangotri. . The entire trek was organized flawlessly. We were welcomed in Dehradun punctually and treated as guests for all the eight days. Saurabh showed great ownership as the trek leader and drove his team with a sense of purpose. He took care to see that each team member did his bit to ensure that we stayed on time and on course during the trek. Suresh – whom we fondly called mountain goat – was chirpy, nimble footed on tough terrain and was always willing to lend a helping hand. Kamal was a great cook – he dished out fantastic and nutritious meals at 14640 ft, not repeating a dish once over the entire trek. Kuldeep, the newbie in the team, always had a smile on his face and was eager to help and learn.The trek as such, in my opinion, was light to moderate. The two stretches from Gangotri to Bojwasa is light. Bojwasa to Gaumukh was moderate, largely due to rough terrain. On both stretches the ascent is gradual. The stretch from Gaumukh to Tapovan is moderate owing to the terrain and steep climb. This section sees us gain 2000 Ft in one day and is the toughest part of the trek. This is a high altitude trek. It is better to work on your cardiovascular fitness before doing this. At the very least, you should be able to walk 10Km without being stressed. Those with either poor fitness or any prior history of AMS may want to consider trekking only till Gaumukh and returning back to Bojwasa. This is a runtime decision you can make on the trek.Overall, it was a great experience for the small group of 5 that undertook this trek. We return with great experience, fond memories and a deep desire to trek the Himalayas again. We will certainly choose Himalaya shelters again. I would highly recommend them
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