Himachal Pradesh has much to offer in terms of scenic beauty as well as tourist attractions. This quaint little state with its rolling hills and lush green foliage offers some of the finest trekking trails in the country. Red Chilli Adventure takes you to Kangra, Sosan, Lahaul and Spiti valley for some of the best treks in Himachal. We promise you picturesque routes, lofty peaks, and top-notch camping facilities that will be etched in your memory forever. Check out our Himachal trekking packages and book now to experience a trip of a lifetime.
Duration: 8 to 14 Days Grade: Strenuous (challenging mountain terrain will be encountered including scree slopes, glacial moraines) Location: Himachal Pradesh
Fancy a tete-a-tete with the family of Alexander the Great? Legend has it that a community of Gaddies (shepherds) living in the isolated village of Bara Bhangal are the descendents of the legendary king of Macedonia. The Gaddies are nomads who live secluded lives with their herds of sheep and have little to do with the outside world. Trekking in Himachal Pradesh will invariably bring you in contact with settlements of nomads and other indigenous hill people. They generally move up to high ground to graze their cattle in summer months when the snow melts and then return to their villages in the winter. Book one of our Himachal trekking packages where you can camp close to the Gaddi village in Bara Bhangal. You can interact with the locals and see how they live and find out about their intriguing histories.
Himachal trekking tours involve high-altitude trails and often include climbing through glaciers and moraines to reach mountain passes and peaks. Red Chilli Adventure has some of the best treks in Himachal that let you spot several peaks in the area like the Pyramid Peak (6036m), Snow Peak (5640m), the Inderason Peak (6220m) and Deo Tibba peak (6001m) among others. A trek to the Kali Hani Pass (4640m) involves a steep climb through glacier and provides a panoramic view of all the major peaks of Kullu and Lahaul valley. The Thamser Pass (4700m) trek calls for an easy climb through snow. The terrain is rocky and even in parts with the average elevation around 4000m. Visit the famous Ki monastery and Kibber, the highest village in the world. The drive to Manali too, takes you over two mountain passes- the Kunzum La (4550m) and Rohtang pass (3978m).
Trekking in Himachal Pradesh lets you do something new every day. It’s not just walking up and down hilly slopes. Lahaul, Spiti, Kullu, each have their own attractions. The Deo Tibba glacier has black and white crystals. Camping at the base of the glacier gives you a chance to trek up hill, looking for crystals. If you’re lucky, you might find one! The sulphur springs of Khir Ganga are another site to visit on a Himachal trekking tour. A trek through lush deodar forest and local villages takes you to these natural hot springs. If you find temples and old relics intriguing, then an ancient temple to a snake god at Bogi Thach might interest you. The snake temple has beautiful wood carvings on its door and walls and holds a fair in August every year. Lamadugo, a small camping place in the woods is another interesting place to visit. The water here is considered holy by locals. While they don’t allow swimming at this spot, you could enjoy a dip a few metres away.
The idea of a high cost of trekking in Himachal may deter trekkers from visiting this beautiful state. However, we at Red Chilli Adventure, have variously priced trekking packages to suit every budget. Our trekking tours range from 8 to 14 days and include food, hotel and tent accommodation, inter-site transfers, permits and porters. Our rates are economical and a 50 percent advance payment confirms your booking. We work hard to be the best trekking company in Himachal. We provide the best service from the moment you book with us. Enjoy free date change facility and reschedule your trip in case something urgent comes up. Our 100% secure booking engines ensure fully safe transactions every time. Book a trip from anywhere in the world and be rest assured that your personal data is well protected.
A trip to Himachal Pradesh gives you a taste of the familiar as well as the remote. On one hand, the beautiful valleys of Kullu, Kangra and Spiti present a realm of idyllic beauty and solitude. Their lush meadows, cascading waterfalls and local fauna like the Himalayan brown bear and musk deer roaming free in their natural habitat, present a perfect picture of peace and serenity. On the other hand, Manali which is the starting point of many trekking tours is a popular tourist destination. The quaint little hill station receives thousands of tourists every year from around the world. Owing to its proximity to so many mountain passes and summits, and its convenient distance from New Delhi, Manali is a popular choice for travellers. Some of our Himachal trekking tours include an overnight stay in Manali where travellers can explore the town and its many attractions. Some of these include popular adventure sports like paragliding, skiing and white-water rafting.
Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful mix of quaint, old-world charm and modernity. This pretty, little state has a lot to offer in terms of tourist attractions as well as some remote but interesting spots for those who seek solitude. Red Chilli Adventure has extensive experience arranging trekking tours in the area. Our Himachal trekking packages are designed to offer you a diverse range of terrain, slopes and views to make your trekking experience truly interesting. So, book a tour with us today and explore the many charms of Himachal Pradesh.