When people are on usual trekking trips, seasons are not a determinant of their inclination, but snow and ice not only add to the level of strenuosity but also to the list of ‘Nature’ experience. During the dropping of temperature to new lows, many members of exotic snow wildlife living at otherwise higher altitude come down for a change. Hence, winter trekking in Himalayas is an excellent way to sight them for which one might have to undergo mountain climbing in seasons other than winters.
Forgetting about sun and chanting about snow might be a good way to start on a snow trekking but not actually a prerequisite, as adventure maniacs get whatever escape they want on snow trekking tours. Snow camping, snow hiking and getting indulged in to various adventure activities are some of the things they do until trek comes to an end. The conditions up there are not as severe as they are believed to be; rather they open a whole new world of insights in snow-draped Himalayas. Skiing, getting into the game of making snowman and playing snowball-throw are more dashes of fun.
Snow treks in Indian Himalayas alongside Nepal and Bhutan is the opportunity a winter enthusiast might look forward. Come and enjoy the hospitality of Himalayas- the Snow Abode!