Trekking in Himachal Pradesh
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Trekking in Himachal

Another state of India, intro of which is incomplete without the mention of ‘snow’ or ‘Him’, is none other than Himachal Pradesh. Its continuous association with Himalayas gives it a firm reason to extend invitation to the adventure seekers as well as romancer of Nature. And in these silent tracts of divine, finding God is comparatively easy as many tourists would swear by.

Get off the beaten track of the North-west Himalayan areas when you are on the expedition to the great Himachal Pradesh in India. Surely, enveloped by the grand Himalayan ranges and so is called Himachal Pradesh, the land residing on the lap of the Himalayas (snow), it's an entirely a mountainous region with altitudes ranging from 460 to 6,600 Mts. With deeply dissected photographic views, complex geological structure, and rich temperate flora in sub-tropical altitudes, Himachal Pradesh brings a perfect opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty, historical places, wildlife and vivid flora & flora of this exotic location.   

Trekking across the criss-cross routes of Himachal’s snow bound peaks brings astounding natural surveillance and that includes the fabulous locations of Manali, Chamba, Sach Pass, Dharmshala and Shimla. Trekking in Himachal enjoys the greatest popularity due to incredibility of the geographical terrain and the region is also feasible for other adventurous activities including rock climbing, hang gliding, skiing, white water Rafting and of course mountaineering.

Promising for a great communion with nature with its bourgeoning beauty, lushly riverines, snow-capped peaks, the fruit-laden orchards, gurgling streams and the dense forests; trekking tours in Himachal has the picture perfect image all around the North India.  

There are four mountain ranges running almost parallel to one another in Himachal Pradesh and thus bringing charming and beautiful valleys and passes preferable for trekking. There are numerous passes on these ranges connecting valleys, making ideal trekking routes for all types of trekkers. The stimulated hikers can cross one pass and return over the other or proceed further to cross another path on the next range. With around two dozen passes on the Dhauladhar, a dozen over the Pir Panjal range and 8-10 such passes over the Great Himalayan range to cross over to the Zanskar valley; Himachal offers a virtual bonanza for the thrilling trekkers.