10 best Himalayan treks for beginners

Vanita Labra, 26/06/2018
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10 best Himalayan treks for beginners
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Height: 13,780ft 
Duration: 5 Days 
Level: Easy to Moderate 
Best Season: May to June, September to November 

Kasol, a heaven for the exploring darlings is the cause of this enchanting trek. Discovering courses through the grand Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, the trek is loaded with charming trails that go through rich and evergreen woods, sputtering streams and snow clad pinnacles.
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Height: 10,863ft
Duration: 8 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: May to June, September to October

ANOTHER  called the Kumarwah Lake, this high height water repository is among the most dazzling lakes in Himachal Pradesh. Adding to its captivating magnificence is the Dhauladhar Range and the pictorial Kangra Valley. Notwithstanding all these, the way that the lake stays solidified amid December to March/April lures trekkers from over the globe. Kareri Lake Trek is a standout amongst other Himalayan treks for amateurs and exciting in the meantime.
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Height: 12,500ft
Duration: 7 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: Round the Year

With less demanding rises and slow drop, the Kedarkantha Trek turns out to be a perfect trek for the beginners. Rising through valleys of the Tons River and the Govind National Park, the trek offers promising perspectives amid the winters as the whole valley stays secured with snow. This trek has great conditions and thusly is a standout amongst the most fitting Himalayan Trek for Beginner.
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Height: 12,763 ft
Duration: 6 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: December to March

A major trek in the Garhwal Himalayas, the Kuari Pass Trek is an embodiment of natural beauty and interest! Found amid the British Rule in India by Lord Curzon, the trek offers staggering perspectives of a portion of the pinnacles like Kamet, Trishul, Chaukhaba and the Nanda Devi.
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Height: 12,500ft
Duration: 6-7 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: May to June, September to October

Beginning from Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand, this trek takes you to Dayara Bugyal, one of the most elevated glades on the planet. The trek generally begins from Barsu and take you through picturesque oak timberlands, snow-clad pinnacles, colorful knolls, and meadows.
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Height: 12073ft
Duration: 4 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: February to November

Taking you to one of the most highest temples on the planet; the Tungnath Temple, this Garhwal Himalayan Trek is known for the all encompassing perspectives of the Panchachuli, Nanda Devi and Kedarnath Peaks. In the event that taken amid the late-winter, you will be remunerated with staggering perspectives of the rhododendron woodland.
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Height: 3925ft
Duration: 4 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: September to November, January to March

Another enchanting trek in the Garhwal Himalayas, this trek starts from Chopta or the 'Switzerland of India'. While trailing to the end purpose of this trek, you will be entranced by its captivating magnificence, slender yet interesting passes, astonishing perspectives of the plentiful woods and parcel more.t.
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Height: 8957ft
Duration: 2 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: Round the Year (except Monsoons)

Settled away in the midst of the charming pinnacles of the Himalayan Range, the Parashar Lake in the Kullu Valley is no not as much as a blessing from heaven goal. Ignoring the Dhauladhar Range, the trek goes through thick woods, neighborhood towns, shocking waterways and parcel more. The perspectives and the simple conditions make it a standout amongst the most appropriate Himalayan treks for Beginners!
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Height: 16,240ft
Duration: 4 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: May (mid) to October (mid)

A standout amongst the most looked for after treks in Manali, the Beas Kund trek is viewed as heavenly by the vast majority of the Hindus. The fun and energy of this trek start with the looks of the Mt Hanuman Tibba and it is perfect for trekkers of all age gatherings.
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Height: 14,100 ft
Duration: 4-5 Days
Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Best Season: June to September

On the off chance that you are new to trekking, the Hampta Pass Trek is considered as the best Himalayan Treks for apprentices! Interfacing the picturesque Lahaul and Kullu valleys, the simple inclination, kaleidoscopic perspectives of the ice sheets, snow capped backwoods and the powerful Himalayan Range are the key components learners take this trek.
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On the off chance that you are a beginner in trekking, the Himalayan Range is a perfect call for you! Covered up in this captivating extent are wealth of trails that presents a beginner with the charming appeal and interest of trekking at high elevations.

Pick up the best suitable trekking from these 10 best Himalayan treks for beginners:

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