Experience the joy & freedom of getting off the road and immersing yourselves in the unfolding magic of the Himalayan mountain trails. You don't have to be an experienced trekker or super fit to enjoy the Himalayas. You will stay in village guest-houses or camps, enjoy many local meals & will be accompanied by experienced, local guides.
The Himalayan mountains sprawl over 2,560 km covering the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Nagaland and attract legions of trekkers from around the world. Down south, away from the mighty Himalayas too, there are the alluring trekking trails of the Sahyadri mountain range.
Trekking through the majestic Himalayan ranges offer excellent trek routes that cater to amateurs as well as challenge the experienced. Reaching the heights and being a part of the alluring landscape is an experience beyond comparison. Whether it’s a gentle walk through Himalayan villages in Uttarakhand or a high altitude hike in Ladakh or the pristine Sikkim, India presents exceptional variety in trekking .
We have graded all our walks and treks to help you choose the right trip. The grading system is subjective to a degree and conditions may vary from year to year, Nevertheless t gives a good picture of what you are likely to experience. Please contact us if you have any question about the grading levels.
Easy (E) : Gentle Trekking for beginners and physically fit. Not too steep gradients. Altitude does not go above 3500m, 4 / 5 hrs. of walking.
Moderate (M) : Good physical condition, 4 – 6 /7 hrs. of walking. Highest camping will not generally exceed 4500m. Varied trails – gentle to steep ascents and descents.
Strenuous (S) : Good physical condition, crossing high passes of upto 5400m, mixed terrain with walking on boulders, glaciers, steep ascents and descents, long walking stretches of upto 8/9 hrs.
Challenging (C) : Excellent physical condition, camping at about 5000m, glacier crossing, high altitude passes, ardous – walking for more than 2 weeks walking upto 9 hrs.