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5 Easy Treks in India

Jimmy John
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If you are a beginner and ready to embark on your first trek, we will help you find some serene and easiest treks you can start with. These trekking sights also have small eateries on sides where you can stop by and take some rest. So stay ecstatic to experience the hill-top view, peaceful valleys, the humming of birds, and the smell of nature.

Triund Trek

Triund trek is one of the easiest trekking trails found in India. It is right up beginners’ street. Triund is famous for its 22 curves on the trek. Only the last 1 or 2 km are steep, and the rest is easy. It is so easy that even senior citizens come for this trek who are fitness freaks. But they should avoid monsoons and the winter season. It can also be completed in a day if you are not planning to stay overnight.

Distance: 9 km

Time: 4 hours

Origin: Mcleodganj

Kheerganga Trek

Kheerganga is found in the depths of Parvati Valley, popularly known as Kullu Valley. It is an ideal trek for a newbie. If you leave early, you can do this trek in one day. This place also has natural hot springs to offer. The trek gets difficult after you cross the waterfall. The best thing about this trail is that it is well marked. So there is no chance of getting lost unless you want to get lost in nature. If you are going to experience Kheerganga Trek, it cannot be possible that you will not stay in Kasol. Camping in Kasol is a must on this trek. So pack one of your favorite Ozark Tents and enjoy the trip.

Distance: 10 km

Time: 5-6 hours

Origin: Bharsaini Camp

Living Root Bridge Trek

The dense tropical forest of Meghalaya, covered with grey clouds and raining throughout the year, is welcoming you to experience one of the most pacific treks of India. The beauty of the trek lies in its root bridges. Cherrapunji is the home to Meghalaya’s most famous root bridge, the double-decker bridge. You will find multiple treks in the region. The shortest hike to the root bridge for the first-timer is Ummunoi Root Bridge. This is one of the oldest and popular among tourists. Mesmerized by its natural beauty, if you plan to stay there, there are various resorts in which you can reside.

Distance: 2 km

Time: 2 hours

Origin: Laitkynsew Village

Jungle Trek in Kasauli

If you want to go on a vacation where you can relax and calm your nerves down, then you can plan your stay in the delightful resorts of Kasauli, as pretty as a picture. You will also get access to trek in the jungle where you can swing like Tarzan. Timber trail is the most favorite among the backpacker community. Kasauli is very close to Solan, a hill station in Himachal Pradesh. So you can also go for a drive there and enjoy an evening in Solan.

Distance: 8-10 km

Time: 4-5 hours

Origin: Kasauli Bus Stop

Bhagsu Falls

It is the easiest 15 min trek to the waterfall. It is a waterfall in the middle of Mcleodganj and encompassed by the beautiful tea gardens of Dharamshala. You just need a little stretch of trekking to reach the waterfall. It is the endpoint of Triund Trek and the most sought-after location. If this is the first time you are trekking, Bhagsu Falls is the perfect hike to go on.

Distance: 2 km

Time: 20 minutes

Origin: Main Market, Mcleodganj

Above is the list of some facile and safe trekking trails. They can be covered even by a person who has a fear of heights. Now pack your bags. Stop brimming your head with excuses not to go. Step out on your first mountain trek and find your happy place.


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