India is home to several treks in the Himalayas. Avid trekkers and adventure enthusiasts are blessed to have a large part of the Himalayan range within the country. The surreal feeling of being surrounded by the vast mountain ranges, walking in the frozen river during harsh weather, and steeply ascending throughout the summit.
As the Himalayan range offers both comfortable and adventurous trekking locations set in the beauty, including the tallest one, Mt.Everest.This trail spot leading the summit offers challenging task which will drain your physical, mental andEmotional capacity.
If you are ready to experience this endurance level task, witness the top marvellous views of high peaks, rushing terrains, sights of rare, unique Carnivores, scaling up to 6000m altitude impeccable trekking experience as it never fails to charm its extravagant bounty of nature. Here are some of the most challenging and adventurous Himalayan treks listed for you.
1.Auden’s Col Trek
Auden’s Col stands at 18010 ft in the Garhwal Himalayas of the Uttarakhand region is a dream Trek for every experienced trekker as the trail passes through the dense alpine forest, gushing streams through the numerous villages in the secluded Garhwal region as it connects the Khatling glacier and the JoinI glacier which is the most challenging terrain. It is one Of the highest landscapes reserved only for experienced trekkers with a high level of physical and mental endurance. The best time to visit is from June to mid-October, where the whole atmosphere reflects the significance of specular views.
Chadar Trek or Zanskar Gorge is one of the challenging treks in the Indian Himalayas at an altitude of 3900 meters situated at the North of Ladakh where the tour takes you through the frozen Zanskar river with a low temperature as the sub-zero and bitter amount of cold water which can be completed in 6-9 days.THE Starting point of this trek is a base camp in chilling sheer to walk to the endpoint; you have to cross all along in the ice sheets to feel the beneath. To enjoy this trek, one can visit from mid-Jan to mid-Feb, which offers the most chilling experience.
3.The Pin Parvati Pass Trek
Pin Parvati Pass trek is among the top tough spots in Trekking as it is called the crown jewel of the Himalayan trek. The trail passes through the rough terrain, steep slopes, and massive snowfall, which is at a challenging level as it takes you through the alpine meadows, waterfalls, slopes dotted with wildflowers, which is itself an accomplishment. Getting through the Pass is a real victory as one watches the Spiti peak, which is on the other side offers fabulous views of stunning landscapes. Passing through the trail, one can experience the hot springs which take to the different side of the world. The best time to attempt this trek is between June to September, where a minimal amount of snowfall is seen and a little warm at the higher altitude.
4.Stok Kangri Trek
Stok Kangri Trek has gained popularity over the years and is the most attractive and the highest summit place in India. It is the highest mountain peak within the North Ladakh region. The trail passes through the precarious slopes, arid terrain, and frozen glaciers as the trek requires acclimatization. Many experienced trekkers and avid adventure enthusiasts flock worldwide to walk in this region as it is divided into technical and non-technical trekkers. This trek needs the highest fitness level as the whole trek is a challenging one and is often compared to Everest. The entire trail is filled with many incorporated ridges where you will feel the sudden change in the scenery’s aura.
The stok kangri trek on reaching the summit offers the complete view of Zanskar, Leh, and Indus valley. The entire trek takes nearly 7-8 days, depending upon the acclimatization. It is possible to complete this whole trek on endurance level as at each point of the trail; it is a challenging task that needs patience. The best time to experience this entire trek is between September to November.
These are some of the most challenging treks in the Indian Himalayan region.