Top 10 Best Winter Treks To Do In India


Winter treks in India give the best chance of exciting experience and sweet memories for the lifetime. Winter Season in India brings plenty of snow falls in the Himalayas, which boost up the energy levels. This section introduces the Best winter Treks to do in India. Though this trip is admired every year in India, still it comes with a new and charming traveling time.

During this season, hilltops pathways of the Himalayas are converted into dreamland and surfaced by the white colored layer of ice. Trekking in these snowfalls wrapped pathways in the Indian Himalayas might be the dream of the trek lovers. Going through the ancient jungle, passing the iced small rivers and most amazing and beautiful views are just the basics which are suggested by the treks in India.

In this, I listed some of the top snow treks which are excellent and exciting, which are going to help both the strangers and professional trekkers to increase more journeys in their agenda.

Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand

Nag Tibba is situated at a distance of 9915 feet in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, beside Mussoorie. Letting down in the Himalayas, trekkers need not bother about the distance; it’s actually easier for the strangers and Children. It consumes mostly two days for the entire trek, which makes an excellent weekend and draws the attention of people all over the world. After passing sometime the trek takes up to the area of Oak and Rhododendron trees. This Winter season Trek to Nag Tibba invites with an awesome shield of snowfall. Going through the Nag Tibba temple, the Journey ends up with a fantastic view of Garhwal Himalayas.

Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand

Kedarkantha trek is treated as the best trek for the beginners. Adored with plenty of snowfall, it turns into pleasant at the time of winter, and the view of the mountains is covered with the wide coat of snow. It is situated at 12,500 feet; the route covers the range of around 20kms with marvelous view of snow dropping over the trees. However, it is easy but it’s essential that one should have good health to carry the luggage along with them and climbing into the decreasing atmosphere will be difficult for some people.

Dayara Bugyal, Uttarakhand

Situated at a height of 12,303 feet, it is treated as one of the stunning alpine grasslands in India. December to March is the perfect time to adventure the Dayara Bugyal Trek. Entire routes, mountains and as long as anything is visible covered with the snowfall during the winter season.

Chopta, Tungnath and Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand

Snow trek to Chopta Tungnath Chandrashila gives attractive views of many hill stations like Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba and Kedar. It’s the best way to begin snow trekking for the trek lovers who are ready to accept the upcoming challenges. In this trek, you will find beautiful  places like Deoria Taal, Amazing valley of Chopta coated by the snow, at the end of the trek one of the biggest temples of Lord Shiva and at Chopta Chandrashila top.

Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

At the Height of 13,990 feet, Kauri top is excellent for the Strangers. Pathway going through the ancient jungle of Oak and Rhododendron litters and then repeatedly takes into thick as the way passes and builds other scenery and the experience is awesome.

Brahmatal, Uttarakhand

Brahmatal suggests specific study of land all over the trek. Scenic views in various corners can be visualized throughout the trek. Snowfall Trek to Brahmatal is also well-known to be a great rest area near the iced Bekaltal and Brahmatal.

 Har Ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand

Situated in the soul of Govind Ballabh Pant National Park. Trekking from one side to another of charming alpine grassland and long jungle, going by the way of antique small towns which are over 3000 years old. Along with the trip, I will analyze the culture and behavior of the residents of the valley

 Goechala and Dzongri Trek, Sikkim

Placing at 15,100 feet on Goecha La, the trek suggests marvelous views of high hill stations. The experience of looking at sunrises and sunsets closed by the snow wrapped Himalayas will never be forgotten. Trekking over the amazing alpine jungle, you can also watch the tear-formed Goecha lake, The summit lake, and sixteen excellent mountains appear from Dzongri top. Different wild flowers, lush oak, large farm and close rhododendron forest are also visible.

 Sandakphu Trek, Nepal

Situated on the border of the state of west bengal in India and Mechi in Nepal, journey to this largest mark on the border of two countries suggests an unbelievable overview of the world’s topmost snowline. From the left side of the Sandakphu mountain, you can watch the complete Everest range with the fourth and fifth largest mountains (Lhotse and Makalu),and Mount Everest can be watched on the top of all things. On the right side of the Sandakphu mountain, a wonderful view of the world’s third-highest hill station, Kanchenjunga can be seen along with other peaks. 

 Chadar Trek, Ladakh

It suggests the utmost different traveling experience among all the Himalayan treks in India. This trek begins when  the Zanskar river turns to freeze, and the selected time period for this trek is February. If the trek is completed by facing challenges and passing through the risky areas and bad climate conditions, then it will be one of the greatest experiences in life.