New to trekking? Try these 10 beginner treks in India

Sep 5, 2023

By: Ayush Mehrotra

Trek to Triund, Himachal Pradesh

Located near McLeod Ganj, this trek offers stunning views of the Dhauladhar Range and is a relatively easy walk through lush forests.

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Bhrigu Lake Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Starting from Manali, this trek takes you to the pristine Bhrigu Lake, surrounded by meadows and snow-capped peaks.

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Valley of Flowers Trek, Uttarakhand

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is known for its vibrant floral diversity and is a gentle trek, ideal for nature lovers.

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Kedarkantha trek, Uttarakhand

Perfect for beginners, this trek provides panoramic views of the Garhwal Himalayas and takes you through pine forests.

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Trek to Deoria Tal, UttarakhandL

An easy trek offering a reflection of Chaukhamba peaks in the serene Deoria Tal Lake.

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​Chopta Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand

A short trek leading to Tungnath, the highest Shiva temple in the world, and Chandrashila Peak, with spectacular views of the Himalayas.

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Kheerganga Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Known for its hot water springs, this trek is a favorite among beginners and takes you through Parvati Valley.

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Trek to Sandakphu, West Bengal

Starting from Darjeeling, this trek offers panoramic views of the world's highest peaks, including Mount Everest.

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Har Ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand

This trek offers a taste of the remote Himalayan villages, lush forests, and beautiful meadows in the Garhwal region.

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Hampi Bouldering and Trekking, Karnataka

Combine bouldering and easy treks in the unique landscape of Hampi, known for its historical ruins and rock formations.

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