Explore Some Less Known yet splendour Himalayan Trekking Trails
The Himalayas have always been a regularly wanted destination for trekking fanatics out there. So, are you yet to explore the peaks that were once forbidden to be tread on? Over the entire of the Asian landmass, the mighty Himalayan range stretches from northeast to southeast. The treks range for medium to super difficult. The foothills of the Himalayas offer wide range of trekking options that can set you off on a journey of self-acknowledgement where at the end of the journey you will be at peace with yourself. Such is the calming aura of the magnificent trekking trails of the Himalayan Kingdom. Are you still wondering where to begin your Himalayan trekking experience from? The alpine trail experience comes with ancient Buddhist pilgrims, wildflower fields, tribal villages and much more along the way.
Here are some of the best and famed trekking trails to this Nature’s magnificence.
Bhairav Kund Trek…A Trail to the Sacred Pilgrimage
Named after the destructive nature of the almighty Lord Shiva, this sacred site is frequented by Buddhists and Hindu devotees. They come here with the motive of cleansing their sins by taking a holy dip in the ‘kund’ which is the mountain lake. Going by the Bhote Koshi River Valley, this off-beat trail begins from Jalbire. This is a lesser known trekking trail that has a lot to offer including the picturesque sight of some of the major Tibetan Mountain ranges. The trail ends at Larche but along the way, the traditional tribal villages, running amidst the thick Rhododendron forests that are full of red panda and snow bear would greet you in all their natural glory.
Ghorepani Poon Hill…A Short and Easy Trek to Annapurna
The highlights of this trek are the tribal villages and of course the natural beauty that you will encounter on the way. If you are looking to get an inch closer to the incredibility of nature, hike through the beautiful pathways that run along the forest streams, this is the trek for you. The ease of the trek makes it famous among nature lovers and observers. The suspending bridge over Modi Khola takes you to the ethnic villages as you ascend through the trail.