National Mountain Climbing Day 2022: These 5 treks are famous for trekking in India, if you are also fond then definitely go once

National Mountain Climbing Day is celebrated every year on 1 August. The story of two friends is prevalent behind this. it is said that Bobby Matthews and Josh Madigan Two friends named were very close to nature. Both of them climbed 46 high peaks of the mountain named Adirondack Mountains in New York, USA. On 1 August 2015, he had successfully climbed the 46th summit. Both the friends used to say that every person must climb the mountain at least once in this life, after that they will be able to know what a wonderful experience they get after reaching the summit. Seeing this love of both the friends towards nature, every year 1st August was celebrated as National Mountaineering Day. If you like Bobby Matthews and Josh Madigan climbing mountains If you are fond of doing, then today we will tell you about the famous 5 treks of India, where you can fulfill this hobby anytime.

Triund Trek

Triund Trek is located in the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas. This trek starts near Mcleodganj and takes you to the dense forests. Triund Trek, situated at an altitude of 9350 feet above sea level, is a good option for those who are going for trekking after the first time. It is considered to be one of the easiest treks. From Triund, there are very picturesque views of the Dhauladhar mountain range and the Kangra valley.

Naina Peak

Naina Peak is the highest peak of Nainital. Situated at an altitude of 8622 feet above sea level, Naina Peak is also known as China Peak. Local people believe that once a Baba named Cheena lived here, due to which it is also known as Cheena Peak. Even today, a small temple of Cheena Baba is built on its top. From here you can take a bird’s eye view of the beauty of the city of Nainital. Along with this, one can also see the panoramic view of Nepal from the monkey tail peak to the Ap and Nari peak.

gotcha la

The Goicha La trek in Sikkim is very famous among trekkers from all over the world. From here you can see the Himalayas very closely. You also get a panoramic view of Kangchenjunga, the world’s third highest mountain from here. Situated at an altitude of 16,207 feet above sea level, it takes at least 7 to 8 days for a person to go on this trek and come back to Yuksom.

Tandiyadamol Trek

Tandiyadamol trek is in Coorg, Karnataka. Along with fulfilling your trekking hobby, you can see the view of dense forests and rivers flowing with beautiful exotic flowers. If you live in South India, then you do not need to go far to fulfill your hobby of trekking. You can easily fulfill this hobby on Tandiyamol trek.

hamta pass

Hamta Pass is a favorite place for trekking enthusiasts. This trek starts from Hamta Pass of Kullu Valley and ends at Spiti Valley. Thousands of trekkers reach this tourist place for trekking. If you are doing trekking for the first time, then this trek can be a better option for you.

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