Trekking In India in November Month
Following are the listed six best treks in autumn:
What is the basic idea you get when you think of the Himalayan treks?
Yes, I guess you think it to be very tedious and tiring and most unsafe trek as ever. Hear up from the adventure lover, Himalayan trek is no more snowy and white man’s job but instead it is the most beautiful trek with more colors to the adventure in real life. They are about SNOW SNOW and SNOW. It is all about taking a risk to fill the adventure of visiting a Himalayan Peak and capturing lives situated at that range.
Capture ever-lasting green window: yes people, I am taking about the forests and green smelly fresh leaves located at the range of Himalaya. Pine and Apple orchards fascinate a lot.
Photographers can capture the India’s greatest beauty –Himalayan Range, India: Valleys comes near you, hugging snow, snow fleshed mountains, ancestors dig heritage between mountains, and all affair of beauty makes us astonished to keep up the trek.
Popular trek views as follows:
- Kauri Pass
- Har Ki Dun
- Chopta Tungnath
TREK IN WEST BANGAL:
Yes, this trek of Sandakphu near Himalayan range is located in West Bengal. You capture the tallest mountain out of four. Fourth and Fifth Highest peak in the world you see are – Lhotse and Makalu. Lhotse is 8,516m tall. Makalu is 8,463m tall.
How is this possible? It’s just because Everest is standing between them.
The Sleeping Buddha: Kanchenjunga is considered as the third highest peak which shows its tallest face with 8,586m height.
Autumn Views: The glorious mountains!
Starting with the daring activity, sight of the sunrise from Sandakphu and Phalut amazes the eyes. These months September, October and November gives the experience of fresh snow near Sandakphu. One is investing in the weekend trek.
Jaubhari: This is called out to be the most appealing base camp! Bagdogra is the closest airport to Jaubhari. This drives you from the border between India and Nepal. Tea Lovers can enchant tea estates and villages. You are driven for almost 4-5 hours.
The second day you reach Tumling. It is called to be the moderate climb and a steep way throughout. Challenges on the way:
Rain can accompany you in a way but trust me trek starts with the challenge and risk. Getting out of the comfort zone and risking ahead one feels steep ascents and level walks. Muddy sections and meadow walk makes the trekkers climb the main road to the hill to upper Chittrey. At Lamyadhura, you get open forests to a meadow. This road is the motor road for constant and very less Land Rovers taking tourists to Phalut and Sandakphu. If you are lost somewhere in the forest, take this advice as a way to right way. Tibetian families reside over here and run a small tea shop. You are privileged to see Sleeping Buddha.
There is a lake at Kalipokhri, waking up early in the morning you get to see the mind blowing view of Sleeping Buddha bathing in the ray of a sun. It takes another 40 minutes of descent from here to Gairibas.
What is Gairibas? Well, it’s a small village with very less hotel facilities and guest houses on the Nepal side. You can get an entry to Singalila National Park and India’s SSB camp on the right side where entry fee is required for the getting entry with the trek to park. Your final destination at Kalipokhri is reached 4km from Kaiyakatta.
Kalipokhri-Sandakphu: You haven’t felt like Zigzags throughout the way from along 4km up the hill, here it is, now you feel it and there is partition between two routes you can choose. The left one goes to Nepal which is the longer route and the second one is through steep ascent where trail considers it to the shortest route.
The Main attraction at Sandakphu: 180 degree Bird’s eye view of Himalayan peaks.
This bird’s eye notice the peak of Lhotse, Everest, Makalu, Nuptse, Baruntse, Chamling, Chomolonzo, Machapucchare and other peaks of Annapurna range spread towards the west. Triveni Peak stands tall in front of you with the Buddha. Trailers campsites are 25min leisurely walk from there and located at slightly lower level. Feel it, Dream it!
Har Ki Dun is one of the most awaited journeys to heavenly smiled valley under the Peak. You get access to enter the Himalayan range valley from Govind National Park. A myth of India says “No other valley is that steeped as this and this is considered as the Valley of Gods”. It is said that Pandavas of Dwaparyuga took this way to reach heaven via Swargarohini. This mountain gives a friendly hand to Har Ki Dun valley. Tuinsara peak calls you in a way to add a picture to you trek.
You encompass Supin River and reach Har ki Dun valley. This is not very friendly trek and so birds and animals thrive in this region. Langoors, Black Beers, Wild Boars and Barasingha families can be seen on the way to Puani Garaat. Have you seen Eagles colored golden? You enchant here with massive Himalayan Griffins.
Set up you Time Machine for the past! This cradle shaped valley is populates with the side by side ancient villages over 3,000 years ago. This trek is considered as very less often trek for localities. Food grossus here are rajma, potato and rice. Woolen Jackets are weaved here.
Sankri becomes the base camp for this trek. This side by villages offers a very beautiful view of sunrise and sunset. The peaks of Swargarohini shimmer in the sunset side, peek a boo from beyond Sankri.
Sankri to Puani Garaat via Taluka:
Route: This is going to be 4 wheeler roads connecting to Taluka from Sankri. Trekkers’ travels this place for 1 hour and it’s only about 12km which can be easily hiked by. You see 300 years old houses, well architected. Residing for a break at forests guest house, the trails has to descend to the valley down to Supin. You can relax from the steep way as this is a level walk to valley. Again, cross a strong wooden bridge below Datmir Village.
An alternating way to Puani Garaat Camp:
- Camp at Osla have to cross wooden bridge
- Reaching Seema, One has to set their trail up to true right of the river to Seema.
Pauni Garaat to Kalkatiyadhar:
Where is Osla? – It is famous for Someshwar Temple which is situated of about 8,500ft. The curves of the temple are still the highlight for the people visiting there in rhythm.
You pass through borders of grass which feels your feet with soothing refreshment down to the Supin River. Destination is still ahead of us. Walking down the lane and not crossing the bridge clears our way to Har Ki Dun. There is long way a little struggles to beautiful a landscape, following steep way to it.
Har Ki Dun:
Dev Thach is clearly visible on the right, across the meeting of two rivers. Oh my my, it seems to be crossing almost 3000m altitude for the trekkers who has the first time in trekking. This valley says goodbye with Har Ki Dun on the left and Ruinsara Taal, Bali Pass on the right.
What is Har KI Dun famous for?
Finally this destination unlocked: Sheer ancient beauty waiting for you make you see the vast grounds below Swaragrohini-1 peak. Flowers named alpine sweetens you with its beauty. Explore the ground and it will take duration of about 2-3 hours.
Come and explore here with us.
Hey Beginners! Start the Himalayan Trek from Kauri Pass!
Kauri Pass Trek: What to see in the kauri pass?
Start the journey:
Haridwar is the arrival to Lata and Lata is the beginning point to Kauri Pass. Ganga Mata enchants you during the whole journey.
Lata – Dhak:
Dhak is scattered around 11Km from Lata. He trek begins trekking from low to high. There you meet the villagers for village Tugasi, trails still laid out in the village.
Guiling – Khullara:
First Clearing is being reached by the trails all the ascending in a steep way. Trail still leads the forests. You cross the small streams in the trial. Dronagiri which you left behind is watching you from the left. A glimpse of Hathi Godha peak also enchants you in the way and makes you feel awake to watch the insights and curves of mountains.
Khullara – Kauri Pass:
This trail begins from the steep way out from the lining trees in 1 hour. You clear the half trip to Lord Curzon. You get the 3D view of Himalaya’s right before your eyes. On the left you see Dronagiri, Nilgiri and Hathi Ghoda peaks. Trails can be continued to see the grasslands if Kauri Pass.
This journey is the great effort for the beginners.
Sari- Here is the astonishing way to Kauri Pass. The base camp is set from Deorital to Chandrashila in an 8 hour from Haridwar. Picture yourself, how do you feel it? You pass by Devaprayag, The meeting of two rivers Alankananda and Bhagirathi to form the river Ganga. What is Sari? It’s a small village having around 100 houses. Sun is still out, paddling down the village you see pretty laid out fields.
Sari-Deorital: You find way to Deorital from Sign-boards indicating the trek in the core of small market in Sari, next to Hira and Murali Singh Negi Tourist House.
For getting the rest, The Forest Department has made a base camp a hawa ghar. Relax your eyes there and admit to the progressing beauty that comes on your way.
A short Trek to descending takes you to the Deorital, with Mt. Chaukhambha blooming in the background. Deorital is famous for its Night vision. This outstanding beauty under the clouds makes out dream comes true for trek to Deorital.
Deorital to Chopta: Open expanse to the forest diaries awaits you for the greater vie. Chopta is famous for the Pilgrimage trek throughout the journey.
Chopta to Chandrashila:
At the base of the peak one can see the Tungnath temple and Chandrashila peak. Tungnath Temple is considered as the 3rd of Panch Kedars. Chandrashila can be reached from behind the Tungnath temple.
Reached? As one reach the Chandrashila, another temple of Lord Shiva is found and people rumored it that it was built by Rama to get rid of the sin caused of killing Ravana. Have it, fill it the nature!
Trek to Chopta Tungnath!
Haven’t gone to Switzerland? Reach Mini Switzerland- Chopta Tungnath!
Chopta Chandrashila Deorital Trek is like revealing a curtain to Himalaya’s site.
It is just like getting done a trek with the Deorital to Chandrashila: This trek prefers steeper trekking. It adds up the longing history of walking through the snow. Chopta Tungnath is considered as the mini Switzerland because it is the most cold and sweet and soothing and healthy place of pilgrimage as well as trekking.
You see floras scattered in the ground floor of snowing region. It adds up to the sleepy and risky trekking to meet the temple in a long range way.
Haridwar to Sari is a place where you see locals residing at the foot step of heavenly spreader different peaks of Himalayas. These Villages has almost strength of 100. Distance is 190-195Km. Once setting a base camp to Sari, one can reach to the Deorital. It is the most wanted and famous trek where you see the peak of mountains more fascinating and meadows covered the beautiful at some distance. Walking down through forests is the one of the best adventure in the life time.
Chopta to Chandrashila Peak via Tungnath:
Tungnath is well known for its beauty of Pilgrimage and beauty of nature. Any beginners can reach here with full energy to meet the reality.