Kashmir Great Lakes Trek – Trek The Himalayas

The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is in no need of an introductory treatise. It presents the proem in itself. You can draw a preface of it by just hearing its name. Kashmir is a wonderful place and if you are on a himalayan trek you are bound to taste the natural beauty and adventure. The trek to the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek offers a lifetime experience of vintage memories that are so wonderfully tiring. The thundering silence of the Kashmir lakes and its virgin beauty is spell bound. Apart from the lakes, even the barren milky snow clad mountains stand out in might and proud. The location of this trek, as obvious, is Kashmir, also known as the paradise of the earth. The trek duration calculates around 7-9 days and this trek is often graded as moderate in regards to the trekking challenges. The elevation circles around 13000 feet and the distance paths approximately 63 kms. On such a fulfilling trek you will learn so much learn about yourself- in a trifecta – physically, mentally and emotionally. For a trekker, nothing can replace and prepare him for those paramount and conflicting emotions that whether his body will take so much of strain and whether he will make it or not. But the joy on reaching the destination is obvious. This trek will always be happy and a cherishing trek for the trekkers that comes in handy with a few preparations. As the trek to the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek demands physical fitness, you must take good care of your health, shape yourself well and be fit and fine. Trekkers...

Hampta Pass Trek, Trekking in Himachal

If you are planning for a trekking and this is your first time then Hampta Pass is definitely the trekking summit for you. The Hampta Pass trek is located in Himachal Pradesh and the trekking starts from Manali. Trekking to Hampta Pass is possible in just five days. So any one can easily plan out a week for trekking and enjoy the utmost beauty of nature. Trekking journey for Hampta pass will begin like this: It will be a drive journey from Manali to Jorba and from Jorba the real trekking will start. While trekking towards Jorba you will get to view beautiful Pine forest, rock faces and trees like Maple, Walnut and Oak. You will also get to see the beautiful river hampta flowing and then finally you will reach Chikka which is filled with beautiful natural grass. With Chikka the trekking for the first day ends and night will be spent in a tent pitted in Chikka. The first day trekking will be an easy one of 2-3 hours. The next day the trekking will head towards Balu Ka Gehra which is some 11900 feet and will take around 4-5 hours. The initial trek towards Balu ka Ghera will be on the bank of the river through rocks. Further you will view valleys covered with snow and finally you will reach the 2nd day destination Balu ka Gehra which is actually a plain ground with the river flowing on another side. At night this place looks like heaven. On the third day the trekking will begin from Balu Gehra towards Siagoru(12900 ft). When you will reach Hampta...

Everest Base Camp Trek – Trekking in Nepal

The Everest, region is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Nepal , which is famous for its fantastic mountain peaks and the beauty on the hills. Most of the places to this spot go through ridges and trails, but you would have ample space to rest and have meal on your way. And one of the best things about this place is that you don’t have to worry about being lost, as you can ask anybody for the next village. The people here are very friendly and offer help and support even to strangers. The people who live here are mostly shepherds and understand English; some even speak it fluently. You can come to this destination all around the year as people trek in all seasons; however the best time to come to this area is between March to mid may and between Septembers to mid November. Many people do not prefer coming here in winters as the weather is very cold and the snow all around may make your trekking experience difficult. In such conditions, it would not be possible to go to higher altitudes. At higher altitudes, the lodges may even be closed due to the weather and you might have a difficult time in finding a place to rest and spend the night. Therefore it becomes a mandate to carry your tents along. Not to mention, the nights may get very cold and you would have to carry some extra clothes to keep you warm. During the summers, the season is wet and the peaks are lost in the clouds. Therefore April and May...