The Himalayas are a God gift to India. It is one of the most lovely trekking destinations. If a person hasn’t been to the Himalayas, then he hasn’t enjoyed the beauty created by God. There are many mountain peaks, valleys, lakes, and grasslands which enhance its beauty.
Though there are many treks and mountain peaks in the Himalayas, there are some lakes and treks which are not famous but increase the beauty of the Himalayas.
Let’s talk about some of those treks which are not yet popularized.
- Prashar Lake Trek
It is the most beautiful but less famous prashar lake trek of the Himalayas which is near to Dhauladhar Range. It was named after one sage, Parashar who used to meditate here. This place is very beautiful and soothing. A person will feel relaxed sitting near the ridge. Its maximum height is 8956 meters. It is an easy trek that takes 2 to 3 days to complete. The person visiting this place in December or January will feel so enchanting and relaxed. It is located near the temple so you can see many pilgrims near the lake.
- Kedarkantha Trek
Kedarkantha trek is one of the most famous treks around the Himalayas because it is budget-friendly and has a good area for night camping. This trek is mainly done in winter because at that time it is covered with white snow and looks beautiful. All brown leaves and meander fall onto the land, which makes a path for walking.
- Dayara Bugyal Trek
The name Dayara Bugyal means high altitude meadow which means it is situated at a high altitude in the Himalayas. It is believed to have a lot of greenery like grasses, and shepherds nearby the village who come to graze in the village. As time passed, it became one of the most famous tourist destinations.
- Indrahar Pass
Indrahar pass is covered with deodar plantations, sparkling water bodies, green pieces of land, and rhododendrons forest. On the way to this trek, you can camp around Triund, and many caves are famous as Shepherd’s adobe in winter. It is a perfect combination of colors with mesmerizing nature.
- Nag Tibba Trek
This trek is one of the best treks which can be done in winter in Uttarakhand. This trek is open throughout the year but for enjoying it to the maximum, you can go between October and March. If you want to stay then, choose Mussoorie as a stay point which is near this trek.
- Chopta Chandrashila Trek
The word Chandrashila means mountain of the moon. This place has many stories, some people say that Lord Rama did his meditation after killing king Ravana. From this trek, you can see many popular places like Kedarnath, Nanda Devi, Nilkanth, and Panchachuli. The best time for visiting here is May and June as you will find a lot of snow.
- Pangarchulla Trek
Pangarchulla trek is not known by many people. It is not only about reaching the peak but it is about witnessing the grassland and snow peaks. It is a trek situated near Kuari Pass Trek. From its peak, you can see Nanda Devi. The path of this trek is covered with blood-red rhododendrons, and pristine green and snow-white valley crossing.
- Chandratal Lake Trek
This trek is popularly known as moon lake which passes with Hampta pass which is popular in Ladakh. As it is situated around wilderness and round shape, this makes this lake a tourist attraction. The lake glows in winter as it gets covered with snow during the winter season.
- Rupin Pass Trek
It is a very difficult trek that takes almost 10 days to complete. It is a very beautiful trek but very difficult at every corner and turn. It has snowed peaks and beautiful views at each corner. Rupin Blue Waters is just mesmerizing experience that a person will face while trekking. You will see the local tradition while the trek and will see snow everywhere. It seems to be pleasant from May to July and the temperature lies between 15 to 20 degrees. Winters seem to be very cold, days are moderate but nights are freezing.
These were some of the treks which are not known and famous but are very beautiful and give the best experience.