Indian landscape with towering mountains is a paradise for all trekkers. If you are a trekking enthusiast  who has been looking to go on a trek post COVID19, the monsoon season is the best time to set out on one. Explore new heights and land up in the middle of greenery, and waterfalls this monsoon season.

Put on the trekking boots and get ready as we have lined up some of the best treks that you must embark on this monsoon. Take a look at the list of treks for this monsoon!!!


This is one of the most sought after monsoon treks in India. The Valley of Flowers is also known as the Phoolon ki Ghati. This is an easy to moderate trek that can be completed within a duration of 6 days. The Valley of Flowers trek in Uttarakhand is intoxicating as it opens to the bewitching views of the valley. The Valley is covered with a riot of around 300 species of endemic alpine flowers. Your heart will skip a beat when you see the spectacular sight of the Himalayan mountains in the backdrop with puffy clouds floating around. The Valley of Flowers located in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Valley of Flowers is going to be an ultimate pick for someone who wishes to submerge in pristine natural beauty. 


It is one most famous trek near Gagangir in Jammu and Kashmir that can be completed in 7 days. It is graded as an easy to moderate trek which is good choice for both beginners and experienced ones. The trek has an incomparable trekking trail. The Kashmir Great Lakes will make you rub your eyes in disbelief. You will get to witness the unparalleled beauty of 7 alpine lakes day by day that will sweep you off your feet. It is considered as the most ethereal trek especially in the monsoon season. The trail offers you the chance to hike past flower – strewn pathways opening to 360 degrees panoramic views. You get to see the splendid verdant meadows, towering snow clad peaks and pristine high altitude lakes. A trek to Kashmir Great Lakes is a must if you wish to encounter nature’s wonderment. 


The Markha Valley is considered as the most promising treks in monsoon. This is located near Ladakh and has admirers worldwide. This is a moderately difficult trek that can be completed within 6 days. The trail offers stunning views of Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges. The Markha Valley trek is both pictorial and also filled with adventure. Traversing the high pass Kongmaru La and eye witnessing the mesmeric Mt Kang Yatse are the most rewarding experiences. You will also be thrilled to experience waist – deep river crossings and the spectacular sight of the lush green field right in the middle of the barren mountains. The trek also offers to explore and experience the local culture. The Markha Valley is going to be an ideal trek if you are yearning to be a part gripping trekking experience. 


The contrasting and extremely dramatic monsoon trek is an absolute delight. The Hampta Pass trek starts from Manali and can be completed by 6 days. This is a moderately difficult trek. This is a year round trek for adventure seekers. The epic crossover trek starts from Kullu region and leads to the Lahaul region. The trekking trail switches from alpine forests, freshwater streams to the tree less lofty mountains making it an amazing experience. While encompassing the vividly changing landscape, you get to witness 180 degree captivating views of Lahaul – Spiti valleys, Pir Panjal range and Indrasena peak. Visit to the ChandraTal lake amidst the austere cold desert will be quite an experience. 


Sinhagad trek is one of the most well known treks in Maharashtra. This is one of our undisputed best choices for a monsoon trek. The excellent perspectives on dawn and dusk that this trek offers is truly spectacular. Encircled by fog and cloud secured slopes, your walk along the trail will be memorable. Do not miss a chance to go on this trek during the monsoon as you will have a splendid experience as you go along the trail. 

Choose one of your favourites among these and get ready for the trek this monsoon!!! 


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