Below 400 km
Churdhar Trek ( 370 km):
Location– Sirmour district, Himachal Pradesh
At 12000 feet, Churdhar Peak is located in the Himalayan range and is surrounded by breathtaking hills and scenery. There are several panoramic views surrounding Churdhar Peak. ThThe area offers a serene, pollution-free atmosphere and is one of the best sites for trekking. It is lovely to see hills covered in thick, lush woodlands and mountains covered in snow.
In the Shivalik Himalayan Range, Churdhar Trek is reputed to be the highest peak. Churdhar Trek, one of the most popular trekking destinations close to the National Capital, is a great place to start, especially for beginners.
Nag Tibba Trek (345 km) :
LOCATION – Tehri Garhwal Region, Uttarakhand
The top of this journey is the highest in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas, resting at 9,914 feet. You can see the snow-capped Himalayan ranges of Swargrohini, Bandarpoonch, Kala Nag, Srikantha, and Gangotri from here in a circle of 100 degrees. Additionally, Doon Valley, the snow-capped summits of Changabang, and Kedarnath Peak in the north are visible.
Nag Tibba is a well-known trekking destination close to the National Capital that offers magnificent views of the deodar woods that blanket the hills. The best months to visit this location are February through June and September through December.
Bhadraj Hill Trek (332 km) :
Location– Near Dehradun, Uttarakhand
The Bhadraj Hill Trip is a balanced, easy, and moderate trek for beginners. One of the best weekends ever in Mussoorie It only takes one and a half days to finish. The route from Dudhli Village is known as the Milkman’s Trail since it supplies Mussoorie town with dairy goods every day. As the Himalayan peaks wobble on the horizon, Gangetic plains slope downward on each side of the crest.
Bhadraj Hill, which is surrounded by nature, provides an amazing perspective of the various topographies. It is open all year long and provides much-needed relief from Delhi’s obnoxious summer sun.
Roopkund Trek (308 km):
One of the most well-liked treks in India is the Roopkund Trek. Roopkund, often referred to as Mystery Lake, is a freezing lake at a high elevation in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The Trishul mountain ranges surround Roopkund, which is well-known for the numerous human skeletons that can be seen at the lake’s edge. An elevation of almost 16,000 feet marks the location of the Roopkund (lake). It makes a good trekking destination because it is surrounded by mountains covered in snow and ice that are covered in rocks. Roopkund’s direction is set by the twin Bugyals of Ali and Bedni. Amazing views of peaks like Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Neelkantha, Trishul, and Nanda Ghunti are available from all angles of the Roopkund trek.
As the name implies, Roopkund Trek is a well-known hiking location in India that is more of a sight-seeing beauty. This area is best described by its lush woodlands and numerous open meadows.
Benog Tibba (300 km) :
Benog Hill, also known as Benog Tibba, is one of the tallest hills in the Mussoorie region, standing at a height of 2,250 metres. Benog Hill provides panoramic views of some of nature’s most breathtaking sceneries and will astound you. Benog Hill is surrounded by the stunning Doon Valley to the south, the wealthy Yamuna & Assan Barage to the west, the alluring Mussoorie hills to the east, and the majestic Himalayas to the north.
At the peak, a modest temple honouring Jwala Devi, a manifestation of Goddess Durga, adds to the area’s beauty and serenity.
Har ki Doon (298 km):
Famous for its many names such as Hari ki dun and Haru ki dun, this trek attracts adventurers from all over the country. An ideal place to enjoy the pristine terrain of the Himalayas. The valley is located in the Utarukashi district, and the basin is the source of the Yamuna River.
Har ki doon, a dense valley of the famous Garwar Mountains, is an ideal Himalayan excursion for trekking enthusiasts. Alpine plants, beautiful glaciers and breathtaking views make it even more attractive.