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Trekking tours are often considered as one of the best ways to get a load of the delicacy of a place. They not only help you explore the place but also give a rush to adrenaline through its easy to difficult trekking trails. It has motivated people from across the world to outreach the same and fascinates themselves with it.

Since this blog is about trekking, how can one forget to mention India? In the last decade, it has become one of the most widely chosen destinations by trekkers from across the world. Whether a beginner or a professional, everyone has dreamt of trekking in India at least once. Reason being, the Himalayan range, traditional tribal villages, sacred Hindu sites, ancient monasteries, a wide variety of flora-fauna as well as landscapes, etc.

Hence, the following blog highlights some of the best easy trekking trails in India; one can trek these trails with less or no experience in trekking

Kodagu, Karnataka:

Kodagu, popularly known as Coorg, is one of the best year-round destinations for every travel addict. It offers you opportunities to explore the enormity of the Western Ghats, tea and coffee plantations, farms and national parks, etc. Some of the easy trekking trails of Coorg include Tadiandamol trek, Iruppu Falls trek, Brahmagiri Hills trek, etc. These trails offer 4-6 hours of trekking and offer fluffy clouds, a cerulean sky which brings calmness to the mind and soul and a treat to the eyes. It also extends views to the mountains in the Western Ghats, waterfalls, coffee farms, scenic beauty of sunrise and sunset views. Additional adventurous activities like camping, rafting, fishing can also be enjoyed. In fact, Tadiandamol trek also provides homestay, if you wish to stay and enjoy the beauty of the place. If you are a professional trekker you may also explore Subramanya-Kumara Parvatha trek, Pushpagiri trek, Nishani Motte Hills trek, etc. but, it is suggested, to begin with, the easy ones; especially, if you are trekking in India for the first time.

Chembra Peak, Kerala:

Chembra peak is the highest peak of the Wayanad district in Kerala and hence, a trekking paradise. It is encircled by the lush greenery of the Western Ghats. The Chembra peak being, the highest elevation offers mesmerizing views, where eyes will experience the beauty of clouds and cheeks will embrace their touch. It is also known for contributing an enduring view of a heart-shaped lake known as the cupid lake, which has never dried till date. The breath-taking attractions of this place make it popular among trekkers, hikers and for retreats especially, from September to March. It sprees you in its enchanting views and help you ingest positivity of the place.

Nag Tibba, Uttarakhand:

Nag Tibba is the highest peak in the lower Himalayas of the Garhwal region, with an elevation of 3050 m above the sea level. This trekking fills your heart with thrills of trekking in the Himalayas; especially, if you will be trekking in the Himalayan range with no experience. Though it is a year-round experience; but, to experience ankle-deep snow, amazing view of snow-capped mountains, visit post-September to March. The duration of the trek depends on the route which may vary between 2-5 days. The trek may take 7 hours to reach the hilltop but, it will be worthy in the end. Once you reach the top, behold the unclouded views of Bandarpoonch peak, Kedarnath peak, and Chanabang peak

Parashar Lake, Himachal Pradesh:

The Parashar Lake is 49 Km from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. The place got its name from sage Parashar and considered as sacred, with a dedicated temple as he was regarded to meditate there. As per the legends, the temple was built in the 13th century by a baby from a single tree. The lake is situated 2730 m above the sea level and has been attracting personages towards the floating island in the midst of the lake. Because of the elevation, the weather remains cold throughout the year but, keeps changing drastically as well. During winters, it will be covered in white and temperature drops several degrees below zero, uncomfortable to handle. Whereas, from April to June, the weather is quite pleasant and offers a majestic view of the surroundings as well as the lake. Visiting Parashar lake during the month of July and August isn’t recommended as it rains heavily each year

Triund trek, Himachal Pradesh:

Triund Trek is a green alpine meadow situated in the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh. It is 3-4 hours one-side trek depending on the itinerary. Recently, it has gained popularity among the crowd as it fulfills enthusiasm and thrills of a traveler with its splendid views of Dhauladhar Mountains and Kangra valley. It offers panoramic views at different times of the day; especially, dusk, moonrise, and dawn. The starry night at Triund is majestic that you may not want to sleep, bound to leave astounded. The trek is available through the year; but, to witness the beauty of the area, cozy and comfortable weather, visit in the month of March to June

Book any of the trekking tours in India and encounter the beauty yourself.