Delhi is actually a heaven for the regular trekkers. There are endless options one can choose for trekking from this city. As mountains are just a few hours’ drive away from Delhi, there are many options open for the regular trekkers and they can pick and choose places.
Trekking in Delhi is something which is a weekend plan. Here are some options popping up in the next few months. One can try them.
Mother Nature Calling in Pangot: This event is about to take place from 2nd September to 4th September and the entire event is being organised by ‘Extreme Asphalt Riders’. One has to book their tickets by paying an amount of Rs 3000. Pangot is a place which is a 13 kilometres ride from Nainital. Nainital is a very popular hill station in North India and many people flock here on weekends from Delhi. But going to Pangot is a different thing altogether. One has to take a drive through the Cheena Peak Range and Kilbury which are famous for bird spotting. One can get to see almost 580 species of birds here. The most popular ones spotted here are Himalayan Griffon, woodpecker, blue winged minla, variety of thrushes and many more. One also stands a chance to spot wild animals here like sambhar, ghorals, spotted leopards and barking deer. The cost excludes the cost of petrol. It includes twin sharing camps, sleeping bags, all breakfast, lunch and dinner and a group hoodie. For initial registration, one has to play an amount of Rs 1000. If you are interested then go for it immediately.
Buran Ghati (Barua Pass) Trek: This event is scheduled to start on 21st September at 12 in the night and will end on 26th September at 11 PM. One has to pay an amount of Rs 18500 to go for this trek. This is a medium to difficult level trek and it is not a good idea for the beginners to go for this trek. The best time to go for this trek is between May to June before monsoon sets in. In this route one has to trek by crossing through the Barua Pass which is 4578 metre high. One can also get to visit some beautiful landscapes in the villages like Chitkul and Kalpa. This trek is for 6 days and 5 nights and the best season starts from May. One can play half of the payment before going for the trek as they need to book your seats and the rest before two weeks of the commencement of the journey. One also needs to carry documents of photo ID proofs in order to show that they have proper Viter or Aadhar cards.
Manali Trek: This is going to happen from 28th September to 2nd October and for booking, one has to make a payment of Rs 6500. The trip includes three days stay along with breakfasts and dinners. One can get to see the famous Hadimba Temple here along with fantastic monasteries.
Choose from these options and make your plans soon.