Taking a treks during the rainy season to reach your destination will be a beautiful and unique experience. In the rainy season, the treks taken to reach the destination is really a wonderful moment.Rainy Season Clothes List for Treks:
- Light weweight,
- Quick-dry rain jackets
- Moisture shirts or tops
- Linen/polyester/nylon T-shirts
- Quick-dry shorts
- Water-repellant pants
- Non-slip footwear
1.Valley of flowers trek:
This will be the place that gives great relief to your mind and heart. The Valley of Flowers is an Indian national park, which is located in North Chamoli, Pithoragarh, in the state of Uttarakhand. It will be an awesome place to spend with family.
The Valley of Flowers will be open from the beginning of June to October, after that it will be fully covered in snow the rest of the year.
Best Season: August to September.
This is for the one, who really wants to feel the thrilling nature – seasoned trekkers . It is considered as one of the most difficult treks in India. This trek length is about 100 km .
Are you thinking about the ‘most difficult treks in India’ . If Yes! This will be your choice. Here you wii reach altitudes of over 5300 metres over the sea level.
Best Season: September.
After this trek , you will feel that – it’s not just a simple trek, when comparing with any other trekking experience. The is present in a hight which is about 1,878 feet.
The distance is covered by the bitter cold weather in the winter can test the best of trekkers, Where the temperatures will be -30 degrees . This one is literally gives a feel like, walking on thin ice on this trail.
Best Season : December.
4.Tarsar Marsar Trek
Have you ever imagined a winter grasslands with flowerbeds? If Yes! Then this will be the trek you should be in. It is Starting from Aru, and this trek takes you into the valleys of the Anantna.
- Marsar and
- Sundarsar these were all the three lakes enveloped by stunning beautiful snow-clad mountains.
The people who had experienced trekking here, had mentioned that, This will be the best place for training. Also they mentioned , during this treks you will discover the true beauty of Kashmir.
Best Season: July to September.
Kedarkantha trek is best place which covers fully with snow . If you start the trek in correct time, You will see the first snows on the very first day of your trek. Moreover the Kedarkantha is one of the few treks accessible in winter and it is filled with uniquely beautiful campsites. The way covered with the trail is just as much a treat for the eyes.
Best season: December.
6.Kalindi Khal Trek
This trek is from Gangotri to Badrinath and it is quite difficult one , at this trek you will hit a height of 5950 metres above the sea level, The KalindiKhal Pass Trek will be considered as one of the most difficult treks of Uttarakhand .
Best Season: October to Decembe
7.Auden’s Col Trek
Auden’s Col is an another high altitude trek ,it is one of the most challenging non- technical treks in Garhwal . There is a magnificently attractive. The Auden’s Col is present about 5400 metres above sea level.
Best Season :June to December
8.Goecha La trek
This is one of the best treks in the Himalayas,the specality of this trek is the view of sunrise over Mt. Kanchenjunga. Take an opportunity to visit this place at least once in a lifetime . It will bring you to a maximum altitude of 4600 meter, as this trek is moderately difficult as it demands with a good physical fitness.
Best Season :End of December
9.Green Lake trek
It is the third highest peak of the world, which is about 8,586 metres . This treak usually starts from Gangtok which is in West Sikkim, as it takes place above 5000 metres above sea level. Green Lake will be a perfect spot as it will be the best choice for those who have the perfect idea for the bird-watchers and the flower lovers.
Best Season: September to October.
10 Chandrakhani Pass Trek
The Chandrakhani Pass Trek is situated at the middle of beautiful valley Kullu which is very famous for trekking in Himachal Pradesh and only 21 km away from Manali town. It is situated at 3600m above sea level. The nearest railway station located to it is in Pathankot and the nearest airport is in Bhunar located in Kullu. Trekking in Chandrakhani Pass can be done any time in any season and in any month. But, obviously the trek has different energy, vibe and experience in winters because in winters it gives the great view of snow. Forests, mountain peaks, grasslands and peaks like Deo Tibba, Inderasan, Pir Panjal Range and Bara Banghal range are fully covered with snow offering the best view and blessing the eyes.
This trek is quite easy and can be done by anyone who has no experience in trekking or has not visited mountains ever. The path is not very tricky and can be trekked by first- timers easily without any kind of hustle and bustle.