Peak Climbing Uttarakhand
‘Calling Out’ to the adventure aficionados are the mountains with snow-clad gradients in the gorgeous state of Uttarakhand. Indeed these rugged and lofty Himalayan mountains convert the state into the finest peak climbing destination in India. Further enhancing the charm of this adventure activity in Uttarakhand is the unpredictable climate that locks horns with the adventurists only to make the experience even more memorable. Undoubtedly, the state beckons some challenging peak experience that is both spine-chilling and distinct. Peak Climbing in Uttarakhand is making its spot on the list of the most thrilling and enjoyed adventure activity in the state. The state as a whole is becoming one of the must-visit tourist destinations as it has a wide scope and options for peak climbing where season climbers can choose peaks which tower as high as 6000 and 7000 m.
Both, Kumaon and Garhwal regions of the state are dotted with tall peaks like Chaukhamba, Shivlinga, Kamet, Mt. Nanda Devi East, Satopanth, Trishul, Bhagirathi Group of Peak, Kedar Dome, Deo Tibba, Mana, Bandarpunch that await to be conquered. In fact, Uttarakhand houses one of the peaks, Kedar Dome where even skiing is possible. The state is also home to a number of peaks that still stand unexplored and untouched, and thus, instigate adventure seekers all through to set up new records. It is not be forgotten that Uttarakhand also gives peak climbers an opportunity to attempt submit-bid at India’s highest peak (completely inside Indian boundaries), Nanda Devi at 7816 m. The best time to try peak climbing is between the months of May to October in mostly all the place but it can vary from place to place. Post monsoon period is considered the best time to start climbing and conquering those heights in Uttarakhand.