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Weekend treks in the Indian Himalayas usually are short and require 4-6 hours of trekking in a day. Some of the treks can be done in one days, while the other requires you to camp at a site. There are also treks for extended weekend which means there are some treks that can be done in 3-4 days. The weekend treks are usually easy and some of them are also of moderate difficulty level.
Yes, in order to enhance your experience, most of the weekend treks now offer the opportunity to enjoy camping.
Every trek requires a certain amount of physical fitness and so does the weekend treks in the Indian Himalayas. You should be able to walk for at least 4-6 hours (with breaks) and carry your own backpack on these treks.
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The Indian Himalayas always have an option for an adventure or two for those seeking for it, and the weekend seems to be just the kind of opportunity. There are so many trekking trails dotting the mighty Himalayan region that there’s never a dearth of an adventure over the weekend.
There are a number of weekend and long weekend treks in Indian Himalayas that are perfect for families, a group of friends; and even solo trekkers. The weekend treks can be easily be done from destinations like Haridwar, Rishikesh, Dehradun, Manali, Shimla, and Delhi.
The weekend treks usually demand 4-6 hours and can be done in a day. Some treks probably need a day and a half and also offer the chance to enjoy overnight camping under the star-lit sky, while a few can be undertaken on an extended weekend, if you can spare 3-4 days. The long weekend treks guarantee even more adventure and memories in the Indian Himalayas.
In Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, a number of treks can be done on weekends. Triund, Bijli Mahadev, Kareri Lake, Prashar Lake, and Sainj Valley are some of the best weekend treks in Himachal Pradesh. Nag Tibba, Chopta Chandrashila, Deoriatal, and Deoban are the top weekend treks in Uttarakhand.