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6 “A chilled beer in the summer OR a frost trail during the icy winter an hangover that counts nothing OR You will go for an expedition that reverberates forever” … I think I saw a tear drop in her eyes. The trekkers’ lore STURDY-SHIVERING-SNOWY yet the mountain trail in the winter states a sublime beauty of the vast stretch of the Indian Himalaya. En route the brown wintry grasses, passing through the frozen streams… clear blue skies and floating white castles, winter treks in India are the biggest challenge among all the adventures in India you talk about. Even if you can’t succeed the strenuous journey, still it remains a grapevine. Obviously winter treks in India are not meant for beginners; even experienced trekkers often backpack their trail back to the base. Still, when the entire stretch of Indian Himalaya encounters a freezing climate, some backpackers pen their travel

Dubbed as the most sought-after trek of Ladakh, Markha Valley cut and runs through dramatic landscapes. Passing through the cold desert valley, high mountain passes, and Buddhist monasteries make this trek more adventurous. The Markha Valley Trek also goes inside Hemis National park and gives an opportunity to meet the nomadic families as they herd their yaks and sheeps. Trekking here is an amazing experience as it allows trekkers make their way through waist-deep water and transverse beautiful places like Spituk, Zingchen, Skiu via high pass Gandala (4,800 m). The trek is not meant for faint hearted people and it requires stamina to accomplish it. Click here for detailed itinerary. Altitude: 5150mts (16896.33 ft) Duration: 11 days Grade: Medium Temperature: 20°C – 30°C (summer) and (-3) °C – 8°C (winter) Highlights:  Visiting Buddhist monasteries pass by the remote mountain villages Route: Leh – Spituk  -Trek to Zingchan (3200 mts/10496 ft)

Expansive view of lofty mountains, peaks, hanging glaciers, giant moraines, lush meadows and rich variety of flora and fauna await those who wish to go for trekking to Deo Tibba during the June and July season. This 12 days treks start from Manali and passes through remote villages and valleys like Panduropa, Setan, Hampta Pass, Chhika, Piyangniru, and Raurikhaudi, to reach Tilgan. This congenial trek will also take you to grazing grounds of the Gaddi shepherds and the Chandratal Lake (4,480 m). Trekkers who have a keen interest in photography can show their talent by clicking some awesome pictures of the landscapes that one comes across here. Click here for detailed itinerary. Altitude: 3900 mts (12792 ft) Duration: 12 days Grade: Medium Temperature: 12°C – 18°C (summer) and (-6) °C – 4°C (winter) Highlights: Camping on river side, Visit caves in Bhanara, landscapes adorned with flowers, thick forest and streams

The Valley of National Park in Uttarakhand, which has been kept closed for public due to mid – June flash flood, open on 1st June 2016, Wednesday. Located at an elevation of 11,500 feet in the Chamoli district, Valley of flowers is a world heritage site and is home to many rare and endangered species like Asiatic black bears, snow leopards, musk deer, brown bears, red foxes and blue sheep. This U-shaped valley, part of the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, is must visit during monsoon as here you can see an abundance of flowers covering the grass. To further define the beauty of the Valley of Flowers, Ganesh Saili, a travel author quoted that over the years, receding glaciers and ban on grazing has spoiled the equilibrium of the Valley of Flowers, yet it remains one of the most beautiful places on the earth. Throwing some more light on the