The monsoon season is the best time to go for a trek in India. Here’s a list of some of the best treks that you can do during this period:
Goechala Trek, Sikkim
Goechala Trek is a famous trek in Sikkim. It is located in West Sikkim, which is an area near the border of Nepal and Tibet. The region has been inhabited by people since the Stone Age and remains one of the most untouched regions in India.
The trail includes some challenging climbs and passes through forests as well as high-altitude meadows where you can see snow-capped peaks at different times during your hike through this beautiful area! It also includes some remote villages where you will get to interact with local people who live there year-round without electricity or running water access!
This trekking route takes about two days to complete but it can be extended if you want more time off from work/school etc., so check out our other recommendations below too!
Bhrigu Lake Trek, Himachal Pradesh
The Bhrigu Lake Trek is a moderate trek in Himachal Pradesh, which takes you through the beautiful forests and meadows of Bhrigu Valley. This is a 4-day trek and has a total distance of 32 km (20 miles). The Bhrigu Lake Trek starts from Chandratal, located at an altitude of 2,700 m (8,900 ft) above sea level.
The weather at this time of year can be unpredictable so it’s important to check what conditions will be like before you go on your trip. If you’re planning on doing this one with friends or family then make sure they are up for it!
Kuari Pass Trek, Uttarakhand
The Kuari Pass trek is a 12-day hike that takes you to the base of the tallest mountain in Uttarakhand. The trail will take you through forests and meadows, as well as across rivers and glaciers. It’s an enjoyable trek for experienced trekkers who can handle some exposure to heights, but those who aren’t comfortable with heights may want to consider another option. If you’re looking for something more challenging than this one, check out our list of best hikes in India!
Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand
Located in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, this is a challenging trek that takes you to Nag Tibba (4,500 m). The village of Kasar Devi can be reached by bus or taxi from Haridwar. The trek begins at an elevation of 4,500 m and ends at an elevation of 6,800 metres where you can enjoy panoramic views over the Kumaon and Garhwal Himalayas. This is only open to experienced trekkers who are physically fit enough to carry their equipment and food supplies during their trip.
Hampta Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
One of the most popular treks in India, Hampta Pass is located in Himachal Pradesh and has been described as a scenic trek for those who want to experience an authentic Himalayan environment. The route starts from Kufri and ends at Rohtang Pass, crossing through many valleys along the way. The journey takes about 5 days if you are planning on doing it with your vehicle but can also be done as part of a guided tour by hiring local porters to carry your luggage during parts of your journey (you will need help carrying food and water).
The road conditions vary depending on the season so make sure you check before booking your tickets!
Markha Valley Trek, Lahaul Spiti
Markha Valley Trek is a moderate trek and it is popular among tourists. The Markha Valley Trek offers you a beautiful view of the mountains and valleys. The trail passes through thick pine forests, meadows, streams and lakes. This trek can be done in three days to seven days depending on your fitness level and weather conditions. A day walk from Markha Valley takes you up to Kothi Village where there are few hotels available for accommodation at around Rs 1,000 per night or less if booked early enough during the summer season when prices go up sharply due to heavy demand from tourists coming from all over India including neighbouring countries like Japan etc.
Markha Valley Trek is also known as Shawal Tehsil which means “valley” but not just any valley either because this one happens to have been named after its famous stream called “Markha” which originates from higher areas above 3000 meters above sea level so don’t expect too much water here unless we’re talking about spring months only!
The best time to go for a trek is the monsoon season.
The best time to go for a trek is the monsoon season. It is the time when the weather is good and there are no heavy rains. People also prefer this time because they can enjoy more time with their family members or friends while doing outdoor activities as well as sleeping under tents or huts on mountains and hillsides.
The monsoon season is the time when the entire country becomes a holiday destination. You can explore all these beautiful places by trekking during this time. The best part is that you don’t have to worry about transportation or accommodation as there are many affordable options available in every region of India.