The winter season is the best time to visit the beautiful Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh. You can enjoy all-weather trekking in this region, which is known for its high altitude and snowfall. Here are some treks you can do during the winter months that are worth considering.you can also visit Buran Ghati trek.
Manali to Hampta Pass (4,268 m)
The Manali to Hampta Pass trek is an exciting adventure that will take you through some of the most beautiful parts of Himachal Pradesh. This trek starts from Manali and goes through Rohtang Pass to Hampta Pass, which is around 14 days long.
The views are spectacular on this route and there are many villages along the way where you can stay overnight or stay in tents if you wish.
Rohtang Pass to Chandratal Lake Trek(4,300 m)
This trek is a popular one for its snow-clad mountains, lakes, and glaciers. The journey starts from Kothi in Manali and ends at Chandratal Lake. It is one of the best treks in Himachal Pradesh during the winter season as it offers beautiful views of snowy peaks along with crystal clear water of lake Chandratal that can be spotted from a far distance.
Indrahar Pass Trek (4,342 m)
The Indrahar Pass Trek is one of the most popular treks in Himachal Pradesh. It takes about 15 days and starts in Kullu and ends in Manali. The trek has an elevation gain of 3,000 feet to 4,342 meters before you reach your destination point. This moderate trek goes through snow-covered areas with beautiful views of mountains and glaciers along with valleys lined with pine trees that make it look like heaven on earth!
The route passes through Chandratal (3,800 m), Guna Valley (3,900 m), and then reaches Dalhousie before reaching Hadsar Pass at 5200 meters above sea level where there is a viewpoint that gives you a panoramic view over the vast expanse of snow covered peaks including Kullu valley & Dhauladhar range, etc… You’ll also see many wild animals roaming around their habitat during this time including bears, leopards, etc…
Pin-Parvati Pass Trek (5,319 m)
Pin-Parvati Pass Trek is a very difficult trek, which starts from Kullu and ends at Parvati Base Camp. This trek is for experienced trekkers only. It has been described as the toughest trek in Himachal Pradesh, India’s most beautiful state.
The Pin-Parvati route goes through steep mountain passes of an altitude above 5300 m (17000 feet). The best season to do this trip is between October and April when it’s not too cold or wet yet but still sunny enough to enjoy views of snow-covered mountainsides with pine forests below them!
The Pin Parvati Pass Trek takes you through some amazing places like Sarchung Glacier Field where you can see lots of glaciers moving down their slopes! You will also pass through wonderful valleys filled with flowers including rhododendron bushes that bloom throughout springtime; then there are small villages where locals live their daily lives as farmers who grow vegetables like potatoes on their farms – but nothing beats seeing some wild animals such as leopards roaming around freely within these forests!
Bhabha Pass Trek (5,280 m)
This trek is one of the most popular treks in Himachal Pradesh. It is also a high-altitude trek and is mostly done during the winter season. This trek covers an area of approximately 10 km for which you need to climb up to 5,280 m above sea level, which makes it quite challenging for any person who does not have proper acclimatization or fitness level.
The path leading towards Bhabha pass has been cleared by snowmobiles but there are still some stretches that can be difficult to walk through during wintertime due to heavy snowfall and glacier melts from time to time in these areas. The temperature can drop as low as -20 degrees Celsius on some days while other times it may rise to 10 degrees Celsius above normal temperature levels when hiking starts again after monsoon rains end (late June).
Spiti Valley Winter Trek (4,270 m)
Spiti Valley is the coldest region in India and also one of the highest regions of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on a plateau at an altitude above 4,000 m (13,100 ft) above sea level. The climate here can be classified as alpine tundra because it has snow-covered peaks during most parts of the winter season.Spiti Valley has been known to be one of the best trekking destinations for tourists who want to experience a unique type of weather during their visit here; this includes having snow on trees, icy temperatures, and strong winds blowing through valleys which makes them look like they’re frozen over!
Kareri Lake Trek (2,934 m)
The Kareri Lake trek is one of the most popular peaks in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated at an altitude of 2,934 meters above sea level and offers a panoramic view over the entire Dhauladhar mountain range.
The trek starts from Manali and ends at Kareri Village on its way to this famous peak. This trekking route has been chosen due to its scenic beauty, as well as its moderate difficulty level (5-6).
When you go on a winter trek, you will need to get your gear in place. You need to plan your trek and be prepared for the cold weather. The terrain is also important, so it’s good to know what kind of terrain you’re going to encounter on your trip. Finally, make sure that you are prepared for the weather conditions by bringing warm clothing and appropriate footwear along with you when planning your trip!
These 7 treks are the best winter treks in Himachal and you can easily plan a trip with your family or friends. Start your journey by booking the Manali to Hampta Pass Trek and get a breathtaking view of the Himalayan Mountains.