10 Amazing Trekking Destinations In India Where Office Mails Won’t Reach You This Long Weekend


It could be nothing more than a weekend of binging on your favorite show, or maybe a detox from a week drenched in alcohol. Or maybe you just want to spend time away from people, give yourself a break, for real, and enjoy, not to showcase on Instagram but to actually enjoy life.

Now, if you love to get a little adventurous or want to try something different than weekend drinking binges, here is a list of treks that you can take over any long weekend.

1. Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand

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Even though this trek takes you to a fairly good height (almost 10,000 feet), the climb is easy and therefore, perfect for first timers. Starting either from Dehradun or Mussoorie, the trek includes passage through oak forests, stay at 2 different campsites and beautiful landscape views through the Nag Tibba ridge peak.

2. Binsar Trek, Uttarakhand

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When you have a trek over a long weekend, you automatically assume that it will be a tiring weekend. Let the Binsar sanctuary to Jageshwar trek dispel this notion. The trek that starts through the Binsar sanctuary, allows you glimpses of beautiful forests and tiny rivulets to end with the visit to the 12 jyotirling temple at Jageshwar.

3. Chopta Chandrashila Trek, Uttarakhand

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The best thing about this trek is that at the end of it, you are gifted with the view of various Himalayan peaks, such as Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Trishul etc. At a height of 2,680 meters, Chopta valley is surrounded by an amazing forest of Oak and Deodar, making this a beautiful trek indeed.

4. Kheerganga – Tosh Trek, Himachal Pradesh

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The Kheerganga – Tosh trek has recently become quite popular. The presence of hot springs, rickety bridges and pine-scented trails make this a hit for trek lovers and novices alike. Easier to scale than the Triund trek, this is a favorite pick of weekend travelers.

5. Beaskund Trek, Himachal Pradesh

With the starting point of Solang Nala, near Manali, this one allows you the chance to trek over a glacial lake. Beas Kund is the original source of river Beas, and is perched at an altitude of 3.650 meters. Considered as one of the easiest treks available in the Himachal region, the trek ends with a scenic campsite in the middle of a mountain.



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