1. Singalila Trek
Area: Sikkim Himalaya
Season: Mid March to May, September to October
Grade: Moderate to Challenging

The Singalila Trek is the most admired trek in Sikkim to bring the trekkers at the foot of Mt. Kanchenjunga. The Singalila Trek in Sikkim covers the political boundary of Nepal and Sikkim and brings the ancient Himalayan Kingdom of Tibetan culture. The Singalila Trekking will also bring the fascinations of different Sikkim monasteries like Pemayangtse, Tashiding, Rumtek to bring a touch of culture and make this journey a rare venture.

2. Zanskar Frozen River Trek
Area: Ladakh Himalaya
Season: Mid January to February
Grade: Moderate to Challenging

Zanskar is located towards the south-east of Leh and is enclosed by the Himalaya. The most preferred time to cross the ice would be in February. During that time, the ice tends to be at its most stable state. The frozen river trek begins from the small village of Chilling from where the Zanskar River begins to freeze.

3. Gomukh Tapovan Trek
Area: Garhwal Himalaya
Season: May to October
Grade: Moderate

Gangotri-Gaumukh Tapovan trek is a popular trek in Uttarakhand state of India. Located at the base of the Gangotri glacier. Gaumukh is also known as Cow’s snout, is a source of holy river Ganga. It is surrounded by mountains and deodar forests, overlooking the thunderous Bhagirathi river.

4. Markha Valley Trek
Area: Ladakh Himalaya
Season: Mid June to Mid October
Grade: Moderate

The Markha Valley trek which has another nickname, tea house trek because here one can expect parachute tents accommodation at most of the villages on the way. The trek goes inside a beautiful Hemis National Park and involves two pass crossings- Gandala La (15748 ft) and Kongmaru La, (17,060 ft). Another factor that makes this trek amusing is the waist-deep river crossing which helps us to cross Markha River to reach the trails to Buddhist villages and rock structures.

5. Darcha to Lamayuru Trek
Area: Ladakh Himalaya
Season: Mid June to Mid October
Grade: Challenging

This trek has a well deserved reputation of being one of the most challenging and rewarding trek in all. It involves crossing high passes and descending steeply back down to river valleys before climbing yet another pass. Darcha Lamayuru trek is best meant for passionate trekkers who don’t want to miss a single chance of adding thrill and adventure to their life. While trekking on Darcha to Lamayuru trek you will lead in the middle of the Western Himalayas to a long distance footpath that connects Darcha in Lahaul with Padum in Zanskar and Lamayuru in Ladakh.