Easy Himalaya Treks You Could Do In This December

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Kedarkantha is easily one of the most famous treks in India during the winter season, attracting both experienced and beginner trekkers.


The Brahmatal Trek is set in a crater with crystal-clear water, a nearby shrine, and a lone tree on the opposite bank.

Brahmatal Trek

The Deoriatal Chandrashila hike is unusual because you can see all of Western and Eastern Uttarakhand's major summits from the top.

Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek

Dayara Bugyal has lovely forests, fantastic campsites, old cities, exhilarating treks, breathtaking mountain views, and Uttarakhand's best alpine meadows.

Dayara Bugyal Trek

Legends thrive in Valley of Flowers. It is one of the beautiful destinations, Flowers, leaves, and buds vary in shape, size, and color. 

Valley Of Flowers Trek

The Tarsar Marsar walk in Kashmir is the most scenic in India. The Kashmir Great Lakes trek is the only other trek that compares.

Tarsar Marsar Trek

Har Ki Dun - Ruinsara Tal blends cultural and natural beauty. Historic Himalayan lands with stunning valleys, lakes, and meadows are a rare combination.

Har Ki Dun Trek 

The Hampta Pass in Himachal Pradesh is an unique and spectacular Himalayan pass crossing, rising to a height of 14,000 feet.

Hampta Pass

Phulara Ridge is best in Sept., Oct., Nov., May, and June. The Pushtara meadows are another reason to make this Himalayan trip.

Phulara Ridge Trek

The hiking trail to Goechala is more than 75 kilometers long and ascends to an altitude of 4,600 meters.