Spring is the perfect time to seek adventure and explore the wonders of nature. With days that are neither too cold, nor too warm, and a burst of new life all around, spring is the ideal season to embark on an adventure. Here are some of the best treks to do in spring 2023!

1. Buran Ghati Trek

Trek Height – 15000 ft.

Trek Duration- 6 nights/7 days

Grade – Moderate to Difficult

Region – Himachal

Best season – Mid-April to June and Sept to Oct.

Trek cost from Janglik to Barua village – INR 14499 per person.

Buran is a unique trek which offers some exquisite views of the scenic landscape in the Himalayas. This trek in the Garhwal region of the Himalayas takes you to the hidden gems of the region, such as the breathtakingly beautiful Chandra Taal Lake and the Bhrigu Lake. Although this trek can be done in two seasons Although April in Himachal is the best time when the beauty and mild chilly mornings are the finest in the season. The Buran Ghati Trek is a moderate-level trek and is perfect for those looking for an adventurous spring holiday.

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2. Brahmatal trek

Trek Height -12,100 ft.

Trek Duration – 5nights/6 days

Grade – Easy to Moderate

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season – March to May and Oct to Feb

Trek Cost from Lohajung to Lohajung – INR 5999 per person

The Brahmatal trek begins in the village of Lohajung, and the cost of the journey includes meals, camping, permits, a guide, and all necessary gear, such as dining tents and restroom tents. During the springtime, trails on the Brahmatal trek are splendour, and flowers blooming on the trail allure the trekkers to their very core. Many trekkers often go in the winter season for snow but it is also a great way to get your adventure fix in the spring season

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3. Ali Bedni Bugyal Trek

Trek Height -12, 550 ft.

Trek Duration- 5nights/6 days

Grade – Easy to Moderate

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season – March to April and Sept to November.

Trek Cost from Lohajung to Lohajung – INR 7999 per person

Ali bedni trek has one of the best bugyal in the country. Every site is like a surprise because it is filled with diverse wildlife. In the Himalayas, spring will entice you with all of nature’s beauty. The trek begins at the Lohajung basecamp in Uttarakhand and continues through a thick oak and Rhodendron forest. It is advised to pack a few additional clothes because the mountain may be extremely cold, even in the springtime. This moderate-level trek is perfect for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and take in the beauty of nature. 

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4. Beas Kund

Trek Height –12, 772ft.

Trek Duration- 2nights/3 days

Grade – Easy

Region – Himachal

Best season – Mid May to September.

Trek cost from Manali to Manali – INR 5999 per person

The trek through Beas Kund will let you traverse through lush Greenland and a misty lake amidst the scintillating views of the Pir Panjal range. Trekking beside stunning peaks like Hanuman Tibba, Friendship Peak, Shitidhar, and Seven Sisters will be an unforgettable experience. Due to its length, this is an easy level trek for beginners. One of the easiest treks in India is the Beas Kund trek, which offers amazing views in a quick amount of time.

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5. Dayara bugyal

Trek Height -12, 100 ft.

Trek Duration – 5nights/6 days

Grade – Easy to Moderate

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season -April to June and Oct to December.

Trek cost from Barsu to Barsu – INR 5999 per person

The Dayara Bugyal trek is situated in the Himalayan region of Gharwal. The trek takes you to the lush meadows of Dayara Bugyal, located at an altitude of 3,408 meters. The trek also offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas, making it a great option for spring trekkers. Passing through thick forests and huge plush green meadows is one of the highlights of this trek. Along the trek, you may catch sight of snow-covered peaks including Bandarpooch (6,316 m), Bhagirathi (6921 m), and Black Peak (2,734 m). 

Here you can watch some thrilling Mountain documentaries for some adrenaline rush.

6. Deoriatal Chandrashilla

Trek Height – 13100 ft.

Trek Duration- 3nights/4 days

Grade – Easy to moderate

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season – March to May and Oct to Nov

Trek cost from Sari village to Sari village – INR 4999 per person

One of the quick weekend treks that appeal to both experienced hikers and amateurs is the Deoria Chandrashilla trek. Deoria Tal is located 2.5 kilometres from the Sari village, on top of a hill. You may also see other well-known peaks like Bandarpoonch, Nikantha, Kalanag, Kedar Range, etc. The Deoriatal Chandrashilla trek will take you to the summit of the Chandrashilla Peak, located at an altitude of 4,163 meters. If you’ve had enough snow already and are looking forward to trekking on a beautiful, undisturbed trail in the mountains, reserve your spot in the first summer batches of your favourite trek.

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7. Sandakhpu

Trek Height -11,926 ft.

Trek Duration – 5nights/6 days

Grade – Moderate

Region -West Bengal

Best season – April to May and October to early December.

Trek cost from Kopidana to Sepi – INR 11999 per person

Sandakphu trek is often known as the “Singalila Ridge Trek“. Awe-inspiring vistas of the area are available from the famed peak formation known as “Sleeping Buddha.” At the beginning of the journey, it is relatively simple for beginners because there are cosy tea shops along the route. The Himalayan spring is best endured when you are prepared to take in the vibrant hues of the hills. Experienced trekkers can simultaneously take in the breathtaking panoramic views of the Kanchendzongha range, Makalu, Everest, Lhotse, Jannu, Chamlang, Baruntse, and other peaks in one stretch.

8. Goechela trek

Trek Height -15,100 ft.

Trek Duration – 10 nights/11 days

Grade – Difficult

Region – Sikkim and West Bengal

Best season – Mid-April to June end & October to  May

Trek cost from Yuksom to Yuksom – INR 15999 per person

Goecehla trek is quite an impressive trek in the eastern Himalayas. Once the rain has stopped, the experienced hikers and photographers can set off on their adventure under a clear sky. The Goechela Trekking trek is a conglomeration of thick, dense woodland, pink rhododendrons, patchy greenery, and magnificent views that will erupt into a beautiful kaleidoscope. With a challenging terrain, the Goechela trek is an ideal choice for those looking to get their adrenaline pumping in spring.

 9. Kuari pass

Trek Height – 12, 760 ft.

Trek Duration – 5nights/6 days

Grade – Easy

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season – April till mid-June

Trek cost from Joshimath to Joshimath – INR 7999 per person

Kuari Pass is located in the vicinity of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. Steep ascents and descents are part of the adventure-filled Kuari Pass climb. The trail will pass by roaring streams and an expansive meadow. Stunning views of some of the Himalayan jewels with 360-degree views of Nanda Ghunti and Chaukhamba are priceless.  If you are looking for treks in April then do not miss out on this one. The easy terrain of the Kuari Pass trek prepares novice trekkers well for various shades of trekking.

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10. Pangarchulla trek 

Trek Height -14700 ft.

Trek Duration- 6 nights/7 days

Grade – Moderate to Difficult

Region – Uttarakhand

Best season – March-May

Trek cost from Joshimath to Joshimath – INR 9900  per person.

For the revered experience, this adventure-packed trek is the best trek to do in the Spring.  You can see Nanda Devi to your northeast, stretching to all of the prominent peaks of the Badrinath valley and eventually approaching the peaks of the Kedarnath valley on the west. To name a few: Chaukhamba massif, Mana, Hathi, Ghoda, Neelkanth, Changabang, Dronagiri, Mukut, Kamet, Abi Gamin, and Nanda Devi! It will be a fantastic experience to work a 6-day week, making the ascent to Pangarchulla Summit worthwhile.

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The registration process for treks to do in spring has already begun. You can visit our website, email us at info@nomadadventures.co.in or call our core team at +91 9557316685  for further information.

Whatever your trekking level, there’s something for everyone in the Himalayas. So plan your spring adventure now and explore the beauty of the Himalayas!