Trekking

India is a land of varied geographies and that allows for outdoor activities to be possible at all times of the year. From hiking to snowboarding to surfing, we got it covered. India is a fantastic country for trekking. From the highest mountains to subterranean caves, we have everything you need to satiate your biped hunger. Trekking is considered a “soft adventure sport”, a new term that is used to denote activities that do not require much except good trekking shoes and a reasonable fitness level.

Planetwayround offers many guided treks suitable for individuals of all ages and fitness levels. We can also customize a trek for you to suit your requirements.

  • Stok Kangri
    Bored with easy, low altitude treks? Our Stok Kangri trek offers exhilarating views, breathtaking vistas and a challenge like few others can. Adrenalin rush-guaranteed! This is a challenging trek that can make experienced trekkers happy!
  • Har-ki-doon
    A moderate to easy trek, Har-ki-doon offers amazing views that can be enjoyed by nearly everyone.
  • Roopkund
    Do you prefer a challenging route but do not want it to be very strenuous? Roopkund is the answer! From glacial lakes to high passes to exhilarating views, Roopkund has it all!
  • Rupin pass
    Snow bridges, hanging villages and sudden waterfalls are what you crave? Look no further! The Rupin pass trek offers something for all adventure lovers. High altitude and strenuous, this trek is not for the faint of heart.
  • Triund
    Triund is an amazing trek for beginners. With something for nearly every age on offer, Triund only requires basic fitness levels to complete.
  • Parashar Lake
    The crown jewel of the Mandi region in Himachal Pradesh, our Parashar Lake trek takes you for an experience unparalleled in the region. Quiet, quaint and secluded, the Parasher lake is must visit for families and individuals alike.
  • Nag Tibba
    Nag Tibba is a trekkers’ delight. Though it is a relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie it can easily be considered one of the best weekend treks for someone around Delhi. It is the highest peak (9,915 ft) in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas.
  • Hampta Pass
    The Hampta Pass is an unusual, special pass. From the pass, you see the Lahaul valley in one wide panoramic sweep. It is one the most dramatic twists in landscape you’ll see!
  • Brahmatal
    Never ending ridge lines, sprawling Bugiyals, High altitude lakes, majestic peak views and snow on the trail make Brahma Tal Trek a compelling proposition for a winter trek.
  • Kuari Pass
    If you are stepping into Himalayas for the first time then Kuari Pass is the trek to do. It is almost crafted perfectly for the beginner.
  • Kasol and Kheerganga
    Kasol and Kheerganga need no introduction. Arguably the most famous “relaxed” treks in Himachal Pradesh, they are a good start for any beginner.
  • Indrahar Pass
     With beautiful landscapes, sparkling streams, deep gorges, tranquil lakes and deodar forest all throughout the journey, the Indrahar Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most awe – inspiring treks in the Indian Himalayan region.
  • Kareri Lake
    Also known as Kumarwah Lake, it is a shallow, fresh water lake south of the Dhauladhar range. While majority of the backpackers are seen flocking to Triund or Indrahar Pass circuit, this short trek to Kareri Lake makes for a richer and quieter experience.
  • Chadar – 9/20 Day trek
    Probably the most exhilarating trek in the world, the Chadar trek is like none other! Frozen waterfalls, raging rivers under a blanket of ice, you name it! Not to be missed!
  • Customized treks
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