There are several easy treks in India for trekkingl lover that are not only beginner friendly, but can also be completed easily .
To make the task easier for you, we have listed down some beginner-friendly, along with trail information and details on the availability of campsites.
Take your pick and trust yourself to finish the easy trek .
Situated in the Kangra District of Himachal, the easy treks to Triund Hill begins from McLeod Ganj. To reach McLeod Ganj, take an overnight bus from Delhi to Dharamshala and then a taxi or local bus to Mcleod Ganj.
To start your trek to Triund, head to Dharamkot first. You can either walk or take an autorickshaw for Rs 60 to Dharamkot Primary School. Start walking on the jungle trail. The first landmark on your way will be Gallu Devi Temple.
Continue on the protected trail for the next 3-4 hours. You can spend the night at the Forest Department’s Guesthouse (bookings can be done at the Forest Complex near Dharamshala Police Station) or rent a camp at any of the fixed camps at the top.
Duration: 3-4 hours
2. Parashar Lake
Situated in the Mandi District of Himachal, the easy treks to Parashar Lake begins from Baggi Village. To reach Baggi Village, take an overnight bus from Delhi to Mandi and then a taxi or local bus to Baggi Village.
Start on the jeep trail from Baggi Village and stay on it for 40 minutes. Soon, you will come to a fork, from where you should take the route going right and start the steep ascent through the dense forest. The well-defined trail will guide you for four more hours, leading straight to Parashar Lake. The government guesthouse is temporarily closed, but there is enough space for you to pitch your own tent.
Duration: 5-6 hours
3. Nag Tibba Trek
Situated in the Tehri Garhwal District of Uttarakhand, the easy treks to Nag Tibba begins from Pantwari Village. To reach Pantwari, take an overnight bus or train from Delhi to Dehradun and then a taxi or local bus to Pantwari Village.
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To start your trek to Nag Tibba, head to the Nag Devta Temple first. Then follow the well-cemented trail till you reach the rocky, shepherd trail.
The first landmark will be a small clearing near a small stream – this is an ideal spot to camp for the night. Just a couple of kilometres from here is the Nag Tibba basecamp, which you will pass while trekking the next 3km to the summit.
Duration: 8-9 hours
4. Valley of Flowers National Park
Situated in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand, the trek to the Valley of Flowers begins from Govind Ghat, a popular pilgrimage town. To reach Govind Ghat, take an overnight bus or train from Delhi to Haridwar and then a taxi or local bus to Govind Ghat.
The first day of the trek is a walk on a well-defined concrete trail that passes through the developed town of Govind Ghat. Backpackers don’t need to carry food or cooking essentials on this trail.
Govind Ghat to Ghangria is 13km and there are several dhabas there; rest and eat at any. There are several guesthouses in Ghangria, so you don’t even have to carry a tent. Leave in the morning for the Valley of Flowers, which is only an hour or two from Ghangria. You cannot camp inside the national park, as it closes by 5pm.
Duration: 9-10 hours
5. KheerGanga Trek
Situated in the Kullu District of Himachal, the Kheerganga easy treks begins from Barshaini or Tosh. To reach Barshaini, take an overnight bus or train from Delhi to Bhuntar and then a taxi or local bus to Barshaini or Tosh.
The total distance of the trek is 15km and it is fairly easy treks in the first half. After you cross the first dhaba on the route, the trail gets steeper. The mid-point of the trek is Nakthan Village, which also a great place to stop.
Definitely carry a raincoat, but a tent and cooking items are not essential since there are enough options to eat and stay at Kheerganga. A few metres from where the trek ends is a Shiv Temple with a hot water spring, which is a great place to unwind.