The adventure of trekking in Uttarakhand can be enjoyed in all the seasons – Summer, Monsoon, and Winter. The hilly state has different treks to offer in different seasons which means Uttarakhand can be visited throughout the year. The summer season has a maximum number of treks to offer, and despite the heavy rains, a number of treks can be done in the monsoon season. Come winter, and most of the trails get buried under the thick blanket of snow, however, this doesn’t deter trekkers from enjoying the adventure of trekking in Uttarakhand.
In the summer season, between March and June, almost all the treks in Uttarakhand remain open for the adventurers at heart. Popular treks in Uttarakhand like Chopta Chandrashila, Roopkund, Nanda Devi, East Base Camp Adi Kailash & Om Parvat, Milam Glacier, Ralam Glacier, Panchachuli Base Camp Deoriatal, Kuari Pass, Har Ki Dun, Kalindikhal, Kedartal, Pindari Glacier, etc., can be best enjoyed in the summer season.
In the monsoon season, between mid-June and September, Uttarakhand has comparatively fewer treks open and accessible. But the monsoon season is also the time to enjoy trekking on the most beautiful trails like that of Valley of Flowers. A large part of the monsoon in the Garhwal Himalayas is about pilgrimage. Treks to Kedarnath, Yamunotri Gaumukh & Tapovan and several others make for some great and memorable religious treks in Uttarakhand in the monsoon season.
In the winter season, between October and February, adventure junkies can find an array of challenging treks. Even easy treks like Chopta Chandrashila become quite a challenge when one has to trek in layers of snow. Treks such as Dayara Bugyal, Kedarkantha, Dodital, and Har ki Dun are some of the top winter treks in the winter season in Uttarakhand.
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