Trekking can be really interesting, right after a walk over the peaks to sail the rocks. Take your mates this summer and take your mad people into Himachal and go on an excellent journey. Incredibly stunning, Himachal offers several different activities such as flying foxes, alpine hiking, trekking, motorcycling, paragliding, climbing rocks, etc. Rudyard Kipling said, “These gods certainly live here; this is not a place for men,” inspired by the desolate high altitude wilderness landscape.

Here is a list of the top 5 Himachal Pradesh treks, which take you to ancient and extremely remote commercial routes. If you’re new to a trekking holiday, an informal hiking, or an experienced hiking visitor, you’ll find plenty of fun walks and treks.

1. Beas Kund Trek

Beas Kund Trek is the place to be when you look forward to a fast break. This trail passes the breathtaking valley of Solang, glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and luxuriant green wetlands. The path leads to the Beas Kund Glacier, home of the Beas River, via Dhundi and Bakarthach. The Beas Kund Trek is Kullu valley’s most famous and magnificent walk. Trekking is enjoyable for people of all ages as it is thoroughly fun and simple. You will see Mt. Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters in Dhundi during your trekking.

2. Chandratal Baralacha Trek

Mostly known as Moon Pool, it feels like walking on the moon when you begin trekking here. At 4950 m above sea level, this pass is situated. Take a walk along the ice and see the sunset, lush green scenery, water streams, colorful orchids, and many more that will enrich your trip and make you forget about it. While trekking at Chandratal Baralacha, you can experience the spectacular view of the Chandra River’s high mountains and Baralacha Glacier.

3. Hampta Pass Trek

At about 3,960 meters above sea level, the Hampta pass serves as a bridge from Kullu to Lahaul. Driving through fantastic sights such as dense walnut, oak, and pine trees, rivers, and villages in the mountains, you can drive through. Trek Hampta Pass is the perfect place to experience the beautiful nature spectrum and the remote community of all nature lovers. When you start the steep climb towards Hampta Pass, the level of difficulty begins to increase. You walk on the ice and go along sticky, narrow routes. The tour begins in Prini and takes you across the Solang Pass to beautiful landscapes.

4. Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Trekking on Pin Parvati Pass isn’t at all easy. In 1884 Sir Louis Dane crossed it for the first time. Pin Parvati Trekt connects the luxuriant Parvati valley on the side of Kullu with the Pin Valley on the side of the Spiti, at an elevación of 5300 m above sea level. There are vast mountain ranges forming excellent places for trekking. The splendor of the place attracts many walkers from all over the world.

The tourist will be delighted with the beautiful view of Pin Parvati Pass. While hiking, glimpses of Hindu Khir Ganga, Lord Shiva’s place, and Kanwar Wildlife Shrine can be made. Snow and rain can make hiking in this area very difficult.

5. Deo Tibba Trek

Deo Tibba Trek is the most lovely of all treks. This tour will bring you to the shimmering waters of Lake Chandratal at an elevation of 4480 meters. You will enjoy a wonderful side view of the Rohtang Pass and numerous other hilly glaciers throughout your trek. A Beas valley Deo Tibba base trek is renowned for its flowered wilderness, apple terraced fields, paddy, maize, and naturally the sparkling river Beas. Deo Tibba Trek is in the center of numerous other mountains. Rubal Kang, Manirang, Leo Partial, Rangrik Rang, Hanuman Kailash, Gumburanjon, and Manimahesh Kailash.

5. Kareri Lake Trek

This stunning hike is situated at an elevation of 3300 meters in the district of Kangra. Kareri Lake Trek begins from McLeod Ganj and will take you to the village of Kareri. On your way, on a hill overlooking the lake devoted to Lord Shiva and Shakti, you will witness a great temple. Kareri Lake is another main attraction created by the Mankiani peak inflow of melted water. For experienced trekkers with prior experience of high altitude walks, the Kareri lake walk is among the alpine walks in the Indian Himalayan region.