Walking The Himalayas
For travellers looking to get fully immersed in a new destination, our hiking expeditions offer the ultimate opportunity to soak in your surroundings—and engage in a thrilling physical challenge.
Lace-up your boots and hit the ground trekking in stunning places from Kashmir to North East, engaging all your senses and getting closer than you ever imagined to the land and its people.
Trekking In India
India is a country of diversities. The cultural, religious and geographical location of India makes it special in itself. India has always been one of the most famous tourist destinations facing the world when it comes to cultural and historical tourism. India is considered a complete country in terms of tourism, where there are rivers and mountains too. There is also the beauty of the beaches and there is also the coolness of the hilly areas. There is a desert and also a fort here.
Northern and North-East India are spread with various mountain ranges. The valleys here work to bring life to the tourists. For mountain enthusiasts all over the world, this mountainous region of India is no less than a gift. High hills, forests and cool winds are enough to fill one's heart with thrilling colours. This is the reason why lakhs of tourists are attracted to immerse in the beauty of mountains in India throughout the year. To make their trips more satisfying and enjoyable, team Walking The Himalayas and the government provide tourists with proper guidance. Mountaineering expeditions provide exclusive sites for both amateur and skilled climbers throughout the year, especially during the most favourable times of the year.
There are many places mainly in North India which provide great opportunities for some good mountaineering expeditions. The most popular places for mountaineering and trekking are the Garhwal Himalayan range, Ladakh range and Kashmir valley of northern India and some other parts of Kangchenjunga, Sikkim Himalayan range, eastern and north-eastern parts of India. Where tourists go to do the most thrilling activities.
A walk in nature walks the soul back home!
Trishul Parvat Expedition
Trishul Peak is located in Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand. Bageshwar is in the western part of Kumaon.. There are three peaks: Trishul I, Trishul II and Trishul III. The highest peak is Trishul I. Its height is 7,120 meters above sea level. The second and third peaks are 6,690 meters and 6,007 meters high respectively.
Annapurna Circuit has been voted as the best long-distance trek in the world, as it combined, in its old full form, a wide variety of climate zones from tropics at 600 m asl to the arctic at 5416 m asl at the Thorong La pass and cultural variety from Hindu villages at the low foothills to the Tibetan culture of Manang Valley and lower Mustang.
Deo Tibba, located southeast of Manali at an altitude of 6001 m, is popular among tourists as a trekking base. While undertaking the journey to Dev Tibba, the travellers reach Jagatsukh village, located 5 km away from Manali. From there, travellers will have to walk to Khanul which is situated at an altitude of 2200 meters.
Kali Peak is also known as Kalanag or Kalanag Peak. It is situated at an altitude of 6387 meters in Govind Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand. It is one of the major categories that reinforces Bandarpooch by its charm. The trek to Black Peak Base Camp starts from Sankri.
Hanuman Tibba is located in the Beas Kund Glacier of the Dhauladhar Range. Hanuman Tibba is a major tourist attraction near Dharamshala. The height of this magnificent mountain is 5892 meters above sea level. It is said that it is located in front of McLeodganj. It is the highest peak of the five mountains of Beas Kund Parvat-Taj. This peak offers a staggering way out of the way.
A venerable region situated high in the Himalayan mountains, a terrifying valley with a gorge, formed by a fiery deep rivulet, a majestic cluster of peaks with names deep in mythology - Experience spirituality through the Gangotri III expedition.
Seize the opportunity to be a part of this exciting and exploratory journey, and return enriched with memorable mountaineering experiences and lessons.
As the second-highest peak in the Bhagirathi Massif, Bhagirathi II is perfect if you want to make a switch from trekking to climbing.
The peak takes its name from the mythical king Bhagiratha, who brought the Ganga from the heavens to the earth.
Nanda Ghunti is a 6,309-metre-high mountain in Garhwal, India. It lies on the outer rim of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary.
Travellers get a clear view of Nanda Ghunti and Trishul en route to Roopkund in the Himalayas.
The first Indian ascent was made in 1960. This expedition was organized by the Himalayan Institute of Kolkata under the leadership of Sukumar Roy and patronised by Ashok Kumar Sarkar of the Anandabazar Patrika.
The mountains and glaciers of Uttarakhand, which are situated in the lap of the Himalayas, are also the origin of many rivers including the Ganga, Yamuna.
These mountain peaks contain many mysteries and stories of gods and goddesses. Bandarpoonch Glacier located in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand is also one such peak.
This is where the Everest Staircase begins.
Satopanth Parvat is the second highest mountain in Gangotri region in western Garhwal of Uttarakhand. Satopanth mountain is a well-known range for every climber who dreams of climbing the world's highest mountain range Everest as it contains all the elements which are necessary to provide the necessary technical information to the climbers.
The Shivling peak is in the Gangotri group of mountains near the Gangotri glacier. Shivling peak is similar to Lord Shiva. Its amazing appearance is often compared to the "Matterhorn Peak". In fact, early European visitors called it "Matterhorn Peak" because of its similarity in appearance to that alpine peak.
It is located in the state of Uttarakhand and is a part of the Himalayan mountain ranges, located in the Garhwal region. This Hindu pilgrimage center is located six kilometers to the south of Gaumukh which is the source of the Bhagirathi River. This lofty splendid peak is situated at an altitude of 6,543 meters above mean sea level.
Crossing Har Ki Dun Valley to Yamunotri Valley, Bali Pass Trek offers you majestic views of some of the largest peaks in the Himalayas.
The trek to Bali Pass leads to the confluence of the Tons and Ruinsara rivers and the meadows of Devsu Thatch and RainBasera. What lies ahead is a 'longer' challenge at 16,207 feet, with a whole new range of Bali Pass Bandarpunchh, Kalanag and Swargarohini peaks.