With outstanding peaks blanketed in snow and diving river valleys, Himachal is a heavenly destination. From trekking, mountaineering to river rafting, paragliding and skiing, if it can happen in mountains then it can be done here. You can always find here Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh.

A complex geology of interlocking mountain chains additionally makes Himachal Pradesh an astounding place to explore. It can be explored through various mode of transport like auto-rickshaw, motorbike, jeep or foot. Each pass crossing into another valley brings you into an absolutely new world, with each having its own charms.

Towns settled on amazing hills fascinate you with fable design and their kindred’s pleasing warmth. The extravagance of the Himachali beauty lies in McLeod Ganj (the Dalai Lama’s home-far from home), Lahaul and Spiti. With hundreds of years old Buddhist societies, you may even think you’ve crossed the border and stepped into Tibet.

Top 5 Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

Hampta Pass

This is one of the Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh .Trek the marvelous snow-clad mountains in Himachal Pradesh as you trek through this picture perfect green glades with sheep hopping through it. Begin from Jobra towards the blue waters of the Chandra Taal Lake to find the unblemished freshwater streams, which you shouldn’t skip over. A direct trek to the peak is arguably the best weekend experience you may ever witness.

Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

Spiti valley – left Bank

This breathtaking trek brings you to the deep Martian landscape of the Spiti Valley. It offers an opportunity to stroll through the old valley of the Spiti River while exploring an incredible landscape and interesting mountain ethnicity.

Many of the weekend packages include camping along with food and accessories. You may also choose to do this trek by yourself and cook your own food. In case you choose to do this, don’t forget to bring necessary camping equipments like tent, camping stove, sleeping bag etc.

Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

Patalsu Peak

This trek is considered a little higher on difficulty scale but a great escape for the weekend. The trail rises sharply through few fields, forests, and glades. In spring, an assortment of wild snow-capped blossoms is spotted all around. From the base of the Patalsu top, you can get a decent view of Hanuman Tibba (5990m), Indrasan (6021m), Deo Tibba (6001m) and Kullu valley. To go to the highest point of the Patalsu top it takes another 3– 4 hours. However, the territory is steep and unpleasant go for it if you are looking for Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh.

Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

The Electric Hill Trek

This trek begins from Mathan slopes. A 15 km approach by foot from Kullu town to the highest point of this lightning slope is an achievement in itself. The true appeal of this trek lies on the inside of Kais Wildlife Sanctuary on the off chance that you take the trail from Bijli Mahadev to Naggar. The sylvan surroundings of the calm valley are entrancing, with a wide exhibit of thick deodar and pine backwoods. As you leave the valley and achieve Naggar, you might be hit with the acknowledgment this is an extremely fulfilling and advantageous end of the week trek.

Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

Valley of Forests Trek

The Valley of Forest trek begins from the Kahda Pathar from the top to bottom of it 10,500 ft. The boundless regions of deodar, coniferous and deciduous woodlands are overwhelming and the timberland trail is clamoring with unsophisticated excellence. The Kuppar Peak is the best way to enjoy your weekend with your friends and this peak offers you a lovely outlook of Pabbar Valley.

Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh

So here are the some of the Best Weekend Treks in Himachal Pradesh. We do not claim that these are the only best weekend treks in Himachal. There are unlimited options. There could be different treks as well for people.

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Hey, my name is Danish Akhtar and welcome to my website. I have been traveling the world since 2012 and finally decided in October 2015 to make this website to share my experiences around the world. I hope to not only give you tips, tricks and my personal insight for your own travel but save you time and money when you travel next So a little about my story, I was born in Nagina, a small town in Utter Pradesh India. I Passed out from University of Delhi in 2012 and decided that I needed to get some sort of career in that I can travel the world and could earn some smart amount. So that I m here working as assistant manager in a travel company beside that writing my experience of travelling which can help people.

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Uma SPS

Nice, hope to visit and do some trekking in Himachal Pradesh

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