With the dawn-lit interlocking mountains; plunging rivers; gregarious waterfalls; pastures dotted with orchids; dense forest; exquisite animals, and whatnot - there's no denying that Arunachal Pradesh is a big playground for the worldwide trekkers and hikers. Further making it more intriguing, and fascinating is its pristine nature - it's hardly explored, people know less about, and you never know what's there on next turn- might be a forest with leaves woven so dense that even the sky is not visible or a leopard growling. Also, the heartwarming tribes that one can meet and greet while trudging through the zig zag misty trails makes one keep on wondering how beautiful, and diverse can India be. If in one sentence one can define the hiking and trekking expedition in Arunachal Pradesh it's like walking on the roads not taken. If seen from a different note then it's like trekking amidst the sound and colors.
Some of the popular treks that all the daredevils can cover a trekking tour to Arunachal Pradesh will be Bomdila-Seppa, Along-Mechuka, Daporijo-Taksing, Pasighat-Tuting, Pasighat-Mariang, Daporijo-Along, Mechuka trek, Bailey Trail, Talley Valley Trek, and Bomdila-Daimara-via-Ramalingam and Chakku. Not only from the trekking point of view, these trails are popular because of angling opportunities. The most famous trek of Arunachal Pradesh will be Ziro Trek offers the sweeping view of the Kardo Hills. The Talley Valley Trek instantly make one go weak in the knees, not only because of the expedition but also because of exotic wildlife and a wide array of plants and trees in this sub-tropical rainforest. From easy to medium to strenuous, Arunachal Pradesh has a trek for every kind of trekker.
There are a number of hiking trails as well for those who would like explore Arunachal through leisure walks. Amongst the best taken trail here is to Dirang Dzong, where one crosses the hamlet, apple farms and kiwi farms and get a glimpse of the local life. A hike in Sangti Valley is also a perfect one. The valley is said to be the home of the black neck cranes in winter and is an amazing place for a mountain hike. Tawang and its nearby Thembang call hikers to enjoy some good walk around the area. A hike through Thembang offers a peek into the means of the livelihood of the village people ;and an opportunity to share a meal with them.