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Kedar Kantha Trek
The climb to the peak of Kedarkantha starts from a small village called as Sankri. There are a total of 13 peaks of the Himalayan range visible from the Kedarkantha peak. Kedar kantha is the best place in India to do hiking in Winter With falling winter snow it’s an attractive pictorial view and what’s more attractive, is the view of the Mighty Himalayas from the trails right to the top lying at the altitude of 3,810 meters. 
Har Ki Dun Trek
Trekkers think when it comes to great treks in summer you can’t beat treks like Rupin Pass or Buran Ghati. And when we talk about Har-Ki-Dun, they think it is a poor cousin. It’s not true at all. Har Ki Dun has to be one of the most adventurus treks in our country. The mountains of Garhwal come with dramatic formations and diverse geographic regions. 
Bharmatal Trek
According to Hindu mythology, Brahmatal Lake is the place where Lord Brahma meditated many years ago. It is nestling in the depths of Uttarakhand Himalayas. The trek to the Brahamatal Lake takes you on an epic journey through never-ending ridge lines, high altitude lakes, all dense bugyal, snow-covered peaks, and awe-inspiring views. There are many treks which can’t be done in January and February.
Nag Tibba Trek
One of the most popular treks near Dehradun, Nag Tibba (‘Serpent’s Peak’) standing tall at 3020m. is an ideal weekend trek suited for most people looking for a refresher from the boring routine. Nag Tibba Trek can be done throughout the winter season when most of the treks in higher Himalayan ranges are closed. Nag Tibba from Delhi is only 3 days hike which makes it a perfect winter hike nearby. 

Bali Pass Trek

Bali Pass a not so popular trek. Surprisingly, it goes along the famous places of the Himalayas. The first one being Yamunotri, the Dhaam of the Chaar Dhaam yatra. Followed by it is Har ki Doon valley then Ruinsara lake and Osla village.

Rupin & Supin Valley Trek

Rupin Supin is a spectacular, but lesser known trek providing phenomenal views of both Himachal and Uttarakhand peaks, The trek starts from the Rupin valley and ends in Supin valley, both of which join to become Tons, a tributary of Sutlej. This trek represents slightly longer walks, but some incredible views. You will be walking in areas with few human habitation, in solitude with nature

Baraadsar Tal Lake Trek

The Baraadsar Lake is a sacred lake that lies on the border of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh tucked between the Rupin and Supin valleys in the Western Garhwal Himalayas. The trail to Baradsaar Lake takes you through picturesque meadows, brown oak and pine forests, massive clearings with breathtaking mountain views, and finally over a ridge that separates the Rupin and Supin valleys with excellent panoramic views.

Borasu Pass Trek

Every year lots of trekkers from around the world come for Har Ki Dun trek. It is one of the most beautiful all season treks. However, very few know that if you continue on the same trail further, you can cross into Himachal. The pass which you will be using to do so is known as “Borasu Pass“. It connects Tons Valley in Uttarakhand with Baspa Valley in Himachal. Trek to Barasu Pass offers the true promise of adventure.

Kedartal Trek

If watching mountains directly wasn’t the thrill, capturing them in the reflection of a lake is a definite thrill. Kedartal is emerald lake that manifests the flawless reflection of Thalaysagar peak. After Shivling peak, Thalaysagar is considered as the most beautiful peak. The surprising fact is both of them lie in the Gangotri range. And after Gomukh Tapovan this is the second trek heading from Gangotri. Therefore it is no behind in enticing views.

Gaumukh Tapovan Trek

The Gangotri glacial expanse is nearly 24 km long and 6 to 8 km wide, beginning from Gaumukh and extending as far as the Chaukhamba massif around Badrinath. Courtesy of celebrated mountaineers Shipton and Tilman, we have a trek route traversing the entire stretch of this storied land. After feasting our senses in the fleeting glacial hues and the immense backdrop of Mount Shivling, present in its entirety from the base to the serrated peak, we descend…

Vijay Top Trek

Vijay Top lies at an elevation of 12,650 Ft. in the famous Govind Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttarkashi district. It is not known much by people but this trek has all the qualities which Kedarkantha Trek possesses. But the only difference is, the trails are untouched and not traversed by many, if you want to be away from the cacophony of cities and other groups of trekkers on the trek routes, then this winter choose “Vijay Top”.

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