For a perfect trekking experience in India, there are several landscapes. Each region has something varied and inspiring to share from north to south and esat to west. The state of Himachal Pradesh in our country is betowed with a miraculous trekking trips and is quite a popular place among the tourists from all over around the globe. The Himachal trekking trails offer beautiful views of the snow capped mountains. Let us take a look at thesespectacular trails mentioned below:
Thamsar Pass:
This trek is known to be one of the most exciting and challenging trail. It is in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. If you look through the mesmerizing scenic beauty of the lush green landscape, with various coloured flowers and several waterfalls and the magnificent Pir Panjal range which forms a perfect beauty to eyes, to set the mood of every trekker.
Kalihani Pass Trek:
Although, the trek is limited to Kullu valley in Himachal, this trip is used by Gaddi shepherds to access the veiled pastures which have been concealed in the unexplored terrains of Himalayas. The trek will take you to the higher planes encompassing the Pir Panjal range, upto the Kaliheni-Pass.
Lam DalLake:
The Dhauladhars range is home to around 22 pristine mystical glacial lakes which are considered to be an abode of Lord Shiva and Shakti.
Chobia Pass:
Chobia Pass is among the second highest altitude pass in the Pir Pangal range located at an elevation of 4966 m. The pass connects Chamba with Lahaul across the Pir Panjal range
Baleni Pass:
Baleni Pass Trek, also known as Minkiani Pass, is situated at a height of 3730 m. It is located at the foot of Dhauladhar range, between the Kangra and Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Also, Jalsu Pass is a crossover pass towards eastern side of Dhauladhar between Chamba and Kangra valleys, elevated at a height of 3900 m.

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