India’s 5 Most Dangerous Treks

By Prince Mukherjee

Sept 16, 2022

For people who are nature lovers and love adventure in the zone, trekking is a great option for them to explore that love. Everyone has their reason why they love trekking.

If you want to take this trek, you should go anytime between January beginning to February end or the first week of March. At this time, you can enjoy the trek to your most.

Chadar Trek, Ladakh

One of the hardest and most challenging treks in Himachal Pradesh is the Pin Parvati Pass in Kasauli. If you are looking for an adventurous and challenging journey, this is the place for you.

Pin Parvati Pass, Kasauli

Auden’s Col Trek, Gangotri

Uttarakhand’s super adventurous trek starts from the Gangotri and goes through the jungles of Nala camp and Garhwal.

It’s important to know that this 8-day trek’s most difficult aspect is not its height, but the lack of oxygen which might cause extreme fatigue and headache.

Stok Kangri Trek, Ladakh

Goechala Trek, Sikkim

While trekking is, of course, filled with adventure, it’s also a beautiful opportunity to enjoy nature’s best sights. And if the latter is really important to you, you should go on this trek starting from Sikkim’s Yuksom.

Everyone has their reason why they love trekking. Some people love it because it gives them peace, and some are curious about their physical strength. But some love it because it gives them a chance to admire the beauty of nature.