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Triund Hill

Triund trek is one of the shortest and easiest Himalayan treks with spectacular scenery and a picturesque view of snow-covered Dhauladhar ranges and Kangra valley.

This two days short trek can easily be done on a weekend. Most of us barely get enough time to travel, explore new places and go on an adventurous trip. Triund trek allows us to explore the beauty and calmness of Himalayans, this trek might be short but it will; surely give you a little taste of adventure as the trail is a little steep at some points.


Indrahar Pass

Indrahar Pass is a mountain pass in the Dhauladhar range of the Himalayas, it is an offbeat trail running through the forest of Dharamsala . Located at an altitude of 4342 meters/ 14,245 ft above sea level, forms the border between Kangra and Chamba districts.

The Indrahar pass trek is considered to be moderate to difficult and takes off from the small town, Mcleodganj, situated in the outskirts of Dharamsala and goes up to Indrahar Pass. The trail passes through the famous Triund, Ilaqa / Laka got and Lahesh Caves.


Laka Glacier

Laka Glacier lies gracefully in the laps of Kangra Valley and enveloped in the mighty Dhauladhar ranges making it a mesmerising trek to indulge in. It gains popularity as a beginner-friendly trek for the terrain is easy to moderate and as it is easily accessible from McLeodganj and Dharamshala it becomes an ideal choice for trekkers. This trek would offer you an adventurous experience and as you reach the top, the panoramic views of snow-covered mountain ranges would be a glorifying scenery to witness.


Kareri Lake

Kareri lake is best known for being a trekking destination in the Dhauladhars. The lake remains frozen from early December to March–April. There is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and Shakti on a hilltop overlooking the lake..Kareri Lake (also known as Kumarwah Lake) is a high altitude, shallow, fresh water lake south of the Dhauladhar range approximately 9 km North West of Dharamsala in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh. Its surface is 2934 metres above the sea level. Snow melting from the Dhauladhar range serves as the source of the lake and a stream, Nyund is the outflow. Since the source is fresh melting snow and the lake is shallow, water visibility is very high and in most places, the lake bed can be seen.

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Trekking & Hiking in India - Manu Adventures India

Chamba-Kangra Valley

Jalsu Pass

Jalsu Pass is a popular trekking destination located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains and is a must-visit for travelers, students, and outdoor enthusiasts. The trek to Jalsu Pass is known for its cross-cultural relevance, providing an opportunity to explore the local culture and interact with the indigenous communities. If you’re looking for an adventurous and culturally immersive experience, the Jalsu Pass trek is the perfect choice.



Kedarkantha is such a popular winter trek that it would be apt to entitle it as the Queen of Winter Treks. Knee-deep snow in winters, mesmerizing view from the top, and the beautiful and easy trails make it popular among trekkers. The ‘easy on endurance’ trail goes through the thick pine forests of Govind National Park. The views from the top are worth climbing to an altitude of 12,500 ft.

Kedarkantha trek will give you an inimitable view of the cosmic sky, lush meadows, snow paths, charming villages, scented pine forest, sky-knocking peaks, tranquil rivers, and some mythological story whispers.

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Trekking & Hiking in India - Manu Adventures India


Thamsar Pass

The Thamsar Pass Trek involves an adventurous activity in one of the most stunning paths of the region which is thrilling and soothing at the same time. With the trek, you get to experience a tough terrain and the calmness with such high altitude of the pass that is collectively responsible to make this trek a worth availing one and challenging for the adventure seekers.

The Thamsar Pass Trek begins from Dharamshala and makes you trek through the trek takes you through difficult and tricky trails, glacial beds, rigid moraines and rivers. It is worth to mention that the trek allows you to undergo the most delightful and adventurous treks in the Himachal region, where you get the opportunity to grasp the clear picture of the lifestyle of local Gaddi people, who are habituated in the regions.

Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley

Hampta Pass

A person who loves to be in the lap of nature it is the time to trek in the dreamland of unpredictable terrains of Hampta Pass. Landscapes change vividly every few hours of walking on the Hampta Pass trekking trail. The lack of any treacherousness in the trail is compensated by the abundance of natural beauty, which will take you by surprise at every twist and turn of the trek. The entire trail of the Hampta Pass trek is dotted with everything you can dream of witnessing on a trek.

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Trekking & Hiking in India - Manu Adventures India

Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley

Nag Tibba

The Nag Tibba trek is a must for all trek-lovers, especially those planning a visit to Dehradun and Mussoorie. At 9,910 ft, the Serpent Peak is the highest peak in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas and has a lot of things to offer to its visitors. It is one of the most exciting places near Mussoorie, only a 3-hour drive away! The Nag Tibba Trek is considered to be one of the best treks in Uttarakhand, especially for beginners! The famous Mussoorie weather is replicated in Nag Tibba as well, and can be found to be agreeable throughout the year! 

Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley

Minkiani Pass

Minkiani Pass, located in the Western section of Dhauladhar Himalaya is a famous trek route for adventure seekers as the location offers a great scope of exploring peaks as well as capturing natural scenic beauty. The Minkiani Pass trek route lets travellers enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of innumerable streams, green landscapes, dense jungles along with rich flora and fauna culture, and gather some ever-lasting memories from a great trekking experience.

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Trekking & Hiking in India - Manu Adventures India

Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley

Kuari Pass

With a visit to popular pilgrim cities such as Rishikesh, Devprayag, Joshimath, and Haridwar, the Kuari pass trek, situated in Garhwal Himalaya is a 33 KM long journey. The trek is famous for letting you onlook India’s second-highest peak, Mount Nanda Devi.

The trek at an altitude of 12,516 ft. also offers you summit views of Dronagiri, Chitrakantha, Chaukhamba, and Tali top. The Interlude of meadows, beautiful forests blooming with rhododendron, and oak trees make your path all the more scenic. While on the trek, you can also admire the mesmerizing views of holy rivers such as Bhagirathi and Alakananda which makes the ascent even more exciting.

Chandra Valley in Lahaul and the Kullu valley

Valley of Flowers

The Valley of Flowers trek is one of India’s most popular treks in the Himalayas. People who haven’t even stepped into the Himalayas, have heard about the Valley of Flowers trek. 

But there is a solid reason behind Valley Of Flower’s legendary popularity – it is one of India’s oldest known treks. 

In 1980, the Indian government created the Valley of Flowers National Park, and later in 2002, it was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This pushed Valley of Flowers on the bucket list of trekkers from around the world.

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Trekking & Hiking in India - Manu Adventures India

Chamba Valley

Mani Mahesh Lake

Manimahesh Lake (also known as Dal Lake) is situated in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, in the Bharmour subdivision of Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. Nestled at an elevation of 4,080 meters, it is considered only second in significance to the Lake Mansarovar in Tibet. Manimahesh literally means “Shiva’s jewels”. According to a local legend, on a full moon night, one can see the reflection of this jewel in the magnificent lake.

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