Are you a seasonal adventurer? Is it the winters that attract you or the monsoon?
Whichever weather condition it may be, plan some of the longest treks with us. Some places are very well known for trekking in our country.
Places like Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Uttrakhand, the western and eastern ghats, and many more have the rush of trekkers every season.
But here we have the list of some of the Longest treks and base camps in India that can lift your spirit from all the busy life schedules of endless work.
- Everest base camp
Maximum Altitude: 18,200ft
Best time to visit: April to October
Duration: 18 days
Ever thought of climbing Mount Everest? Well, as for many people it has been a life-changing event. But that is not what you will be trained for in this base camp.
Instead, here lies the opportunity for trekking in the Everest region and the Gokyo region.
Just like many Himalayan ranges, the trekking trail takes you through mind-blowing sceneries and landscapes.
The snow-peaked mountain ranges will steal the show!
During this trek, you will encounter many glaciers, valleys, meadow, and a beautiful local village which will add more charms during this journey to the highest peak.
- Nanda Devi East Base camp
Maximum Altitude: 15,750 ft
Best time to visit: June, August, and September
Duration: 11 days
The second highest peak in our country, Nanda Devi is a famous pilgrimage spot in Uttrakhand.
In the eye of Pachu Glacier, this east base camp takes you through the east side of the peak.
For the trained or advanced trekkers, this trek is fun. It starts on an easy base and grows tougher step by step.
Trans-Himalayan ranges are geographical terms used to define the area of this trek which is also home to many indigenous communities.
While planning for this trek, a full mind map is to be made for the upcoming surprises in the form of sceneries, interactions, and difficulties.
One of the hardest and longest treks of India, the Nanda Devi trek is highly accommodated and accessible.
- Stok Kangri Trek
Maximum Altitude: 20,100 m
Best time to visit: May to October
The most beautiful trek destination of North India, Ladakh. Also, the place with the least temperature the whole year has a warm welcome spirit for the adventurers.
Blessed with natural beauty, this trek starts from Leh and takes you through the Stok village and many awe-inspiring natural landscapes.
But it is also known to be the most difficult trek in our country, so informed and trained trekkers are invited and encouraged for this long trek in Ladakh.
This trekking also involves climbing for a long time and a view of many breathtaking snow-peaked ranges.
This peak located in the famous Hemis National park which also gives the opportunity to roam around and witness some of nature’s miracles.
- Goechala Trek
Maximum Altitude: 15,000ft
Best time to visit: April to October
Duration: 10 days
Just like Northern ranges, North-eastern ranges are also very much suitable for amazing adventurous activities.
Just like Sikkim is home to the Goechala trek, a closer look at the vigorous Kanchenjunga peak.
Along with the scenic view, one can also admire the natural habitats found in the Kanchenjunga National park.
So, this trek has a lot to offer than a trekker can guess. Surprisingly, this trek is the most demanding destination during the winters.
Landscapes and natural beauties are the best catch of this trek along with mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets.
- Sandakphu Phalut Trek
Maximum Altitude: 11,941 ft
Best time to visit: September to April
Want to catch all the amazing peaks in one place? Well, the family of peaks unites here. At the highest peak of Darjeeling, West Bengal.
Very close to the Nepal border and the Singhalia National park.
The family of snow-peaked mountain ranges is very popular, also known as ‘sleeping Buddha’.
The fourth and fifth largest peaks in the world, Lhotse and Makalu, will be on both sides of Mount Everest.
Effortlessly, all the peaks of this family will catch your attention. For views, fresh air, and adventure during the trail, this trek is a must-do activity.