Best Trekking Locations For Solo Travelers

Traveling can be an exciting, life-changing experience. But what’s not life-changing is being overlapped with pocket killing one-time supplement fees just due to the fact that we are solo travelers.

It appeared an interest to be traveling unparalleled. Our acknowledgments to the society are fashioned by the surroundings we have, for we bake our concern to match in the eyes of other people.

Life is a journey with big rocks to climb, little ones to trip over, and milestones to mark where we have been.

David Cuschieri

Here are some of the best solo-friendly treks to climb on for an amazing self-appreciation time.

List of Best Trekking Locations For Solo Travelers

1. Nag Tibba Trek, Uttarakhand:

Nag Tibba Trek

Located in the highlands of Garhwal, Uttarakhand, the Nag Tibba trek, at a height of 9900+ feet is one of the most phenomenal treks throughout. If you’re a newcomer to the trekking world, this trek is for you.

The mind-blowing scenic locations of Nag Tibba offers picturesque scenes of the mountains. Aside from that, you can also choose to camp and rest on the high hillside with a night full of stars in the sky.

2. Har-Ki-Dun Trek, Uttarakhand:

Har Ki Dun Trek

The Har Ki Dun valley in Uttarakhand, also recognized as the “Valley of Gods”, is a cradle formed valley in the Garhwal. It is enclosed by ice-burdened hills and rocky planets. It is joined to Baspa Valley through the Borasu path. Valley is at a height of approximately 3500 meters above sea level and is covered with snow in the months between October to March.

For trekkers who like to view flowers, there is a little stage likely on the day we leave for Seema from Har Ki Dun to a place called Haata. The fields here are nearly fully covered with lofty flowers and make a very pleasant view.

3. Tadiandamol Trek, Coorg:

Tadiandamol Trek with Hygge Journeys & Decathlon Chennai at ...

At a height of approx 1746m above sea level, Tadiandamol is the highest top in Coorg, Karnataka. It’s the 2nd-highest peak in Karnataka state. It is located 8 kilometers far from the town Kakkabe and approx 35 kilometers far from Madikeri.

The Tadiandamol Trek offers unusual possibilities for trekking fanatics. Once at the top, travelers are granted mind-calming scenes of the range throughout amidst a calm and stimulating environment. Months of December to May are the best season to visit here.

4. Chadar Trek, Ladakh:

THE CHADAR TREK

In recent years, the Chadar Trek has grown as “best Ladakh trek” in India and it is obvious to see how. Leading towards the Zanskar frozen river that extends 105 kilometers in the finger-frosting temperatures of -25 to -35 degrees examines the limitation of the trekkers.

Moreover, there are only a few treks that pass through canyons with iced waters, and that follows a path of crystal that changes into a reflector of the sky. The Chadar trek has earned interests in the form of documentaries, primarily in the BBC series “Human Planet” in 2011.

5. Kudremukh Trek, Chikmagalur:

Kudremukh Trek, Bangalore

Kudremukh is a little hamlet settled at 96 kilometers far from the district of Chikmagalur and 335 kilometers far from the main Bangalore city. Snuggled in the Western Ghats, the wood is scattered over an area of 600 square kilometers at a height of 1894 meters above the sea-level.

It is a perfect spot for trekking and an overnight trip from Bangalore makes it the most suitable goal for weekend outings. Natural meadows and thick woods make the natural view of these moving hills eye-pleasing.

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