Altitude above 8,000 ft. (2,438 mts) is considered to be the high altitude and generally have easy treks. Very high altitude starts from 12,000 ft. (3,658 mts) and continues till 18,000 ft. (5,487 m) and they come under moderate to tough treks. Mountainfit organises all such kind of high altitude treks in Himalaya. All such treks are categorized by us under Himalayan Trek section. 

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Kashmir Great Lakes - Best trek in India 2024 - 7 Lakes trek - Tour
Kashmir Great Lakes - Best trek in India 2024 - 7 Lakes trek
₹ 20,999
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7 Nights 8 Days
28 Jul, 28 Jul, 11 Aug, and more
Sonamarg
Kashmir Great Lakes - Best trek in India 2024 - 7 Lakes trek
₹ 20,999
The Kashmir Great Lakes trek is a stunning high-altitude trek located in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful treks in the Himalayas, offering breathtaking views of pristine alpine lakes, snow-capped mountains, lush green meadows, and dense forests. The trek takes you through some of the most picturesque locations in the Kashmir Valley, including Nichnai Pass, Vishansar Lake, Gadsar Lake, Satsar Lake, and Gangbal Lake. The trail is surrounded by towering peaks such as Kolhoi Peak, Harmukh Peak, and Gadsar Peak, which provide a dramatic backdrop to the trek. The trek is a moderate to challenging level trek, with an average altitude of 13,000 feet above sea level. The total distance covered during the trek is approximately 75 kilometers, and it takes around 7-9 days to complete the entire trek, depending on the route taken. The best time to undertake this trek is during the months of July to September, when the weather is favorable and the views are at their best. The temperature during the day ranges between 15 to 20 degrees Celsius, while at night, it can drop to as low as 3 to 5 degrees Celsius. The Kashmir Great Lakes trek is a perfect combination of adventure and natural beauty, and it is sure to leave you with unforgettable memories. It is a must-do for all trekking enthusiasts and nature lovers who are looking for an off-beat trekking experience in the Himalayas. Why we prefer to start this trek on a weekday? Kashmir Great Lakes trek has become very popular now-a-days and many trekkers are challenging themselves to complete this most beautiful trek. Because of its popularity, it is becoming crowded and to avoid this crowd Mountainfit starts the trek on a weekday and ends the trek on a weekday. Due to this we are sure that our trekkers will get more empty routes and no long queues on Gadsar Pass. In addition, trekking on weekdays also means that our trekkers will have more flexibility in their travel plans, as weekends tend to be busier and more expensive for travel and accommodation. By starting and ending the trek on weekdays, our trekkers can save money and avoid the crowds, making for a more enjoyable and stress-free experience. Trek Fees: Srinagar to Srinagar - 23999/- Sonmarg to Naranag - 20999/-   read more read less
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Markha Valley Trek - Tour
Markha Valley Trek
₹ 24,500
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8 Nights 9 Days
01 Aug and 21 Sep
Leh
Markha Valley Trek
₹ 24,500
The Markha Valley Trek is a popular trekking route in Ladakh, a region in the Northernmost part of India. The trek takes you through the heart of Ladakh region, offering stunning views of snow-capped mountains, barren landscapes, and traditional Ladakhi villages. The trek usually starts from the town of Stok, which is about 15 kilometers from the city of Leh, the capital of Ladakh. From there, trekkers follow the Markha River, passing through a number of small villages such as Skiu, Markha, and Hankar. The trek usually takes around 6-7 days to complete and covers a distance of approximately 75 kilometers. Trekkers will be required to cross several high-altitude passes, including the Gongmaru La Pass, which is the highest point on the trek at an altitude of 5,270 meters. One of the highlights of the trek is the chance to interact with the locals and experience their unique way of life. Trekkers will also have the opportunity to visit several ancient Buddhist monasteries and temples along the way. read more read less
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Everest Base Camp Trek - Tour
Everest Base Camp Trek
₹ 90,000
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15 Nights 16 Days
28 Sep and 28 Sep
Everest Base Camp
Everest Base Camp Trek
₹ 90,000
Everest Base camp is an absolute treat for every adventure lovers who wish to trek in the Himalayas. Mt. Everest is definitely the primary reason to go on this trek; however, it is not the only reason. You will be equally thrilled to witness unbelievably spectacular views of mountains after mountains on this trek and to observe the culture and lifestyle of the Sherpas. We first take a short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. From Lukla onwards, our trek begins. As we walk from Lukla to several other small villages around the Dudh Koshi River, we will be surrounded by the view of soaring peaks such Thamaserku and Kusum Kanguru. We take a good rest at Namche Bazaar, the capital of Khumbu, in order to relax and to be familiar with the genuinely rich culture of the Sherpas. We then go to Tengboche, from where we get to see a magnificent view of the Everest, the Lhotse-Nuptse Wall, Ama Dablam and Kantega. This place is not only known for the scenic beauty but also for its spiritual relevance. The Tengboche Monastery is considered by the Sherpas to be one of their most sacred monasteries. The trek continues past Tenboche to other similar villages where we further get to witness many more cultural, spiritual, and natural beauty of this truly magnificent region. Trek Date 2024: (Ex-Kathmandu) Batch 1: 20th April to 5th May 2024 Trek Fees: 90,000/- per person. (Book your seat by paying Rs. 25,000/-) Batch size: 15 – Seats available on first come first basis read more read less
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Kedarkantha Winter Trek - Uttarakhand - Tour
Kedarkantha Winter Trek - Uttarakhand
₹ 9,999
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4 Nights 5 Days
Available on request
Uttarakhand
Kedarkantha Winter Trek - Uttarakhand
₹ 9,999
Kedarkantha peak is located in Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarkashi. It is accessible throughout the year, except July and August. The summit of Kedarkantha peak altitude or height is 3810 meters or 12,500 feet. Kedarkantha summit offers 360-degree view of many peaks like Swargarohini, Bandarpoonch I & II, Black peak, Ranglana, and the Yamunotri and Gangotri mountain ranges. The name of the peak translates to "Lord Shiva's throat", Kedar (केदार) meaning Shiva & Kantha (कंठ) meaning throat. What is the best time to go for Kedarkantha trek? The trek is possible in at least 9 or 10 out of 12 months in a year. The time period when the trek should not be attempted is during the months of July and August when the monsoon rains arrive and incessant rains make the trek very risky. The trek is generally safe during all the other months of the year. In peak winters excessive snowfall can close the trek for some short duration as well, for a few days, such as in January month. read more read less
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Student's Special Kuari Pass Trek - Uttarakhand - Tour
Student's Special Kuari Pass Trek - Uttarakhand
₹ 24,500
8 Nights 9 Days
Available on request
Uttarakhand
Student's Special Kuari Pass Trek - Uttarakhand
₹ 24,500
Kuari Pass is a popular trek near Auli, Joshimath in Uttarakhand. Kuari pass trek is popularly known as "Lord Curzon's trail". The British Viceroy, George Curzon, attempted crossing it and remarked about the beauty of the trek. Though the pass is not very high, it offers excellent views of Nanda Devi, Dunagiri and other Himalayan peaks. The Nanda Devi national park and the Rishi Ganga gorge are visible from the first day itself. Chaukhamba massif, Neelkanth, Mana, Kamet, Hathi Ghoda, Trishul, Nandaghunti, Nanda Devi, Dunagiri, are the peaks visible on the trek. Grade: Fit for Beginners | Total Trek Distance: 35 kms | Trek Altitude: 12,532 ft    Weather: During the Kuari Pass Trek in April to May, the weather is usually pleasant. The sun shines gently, and sometimes there might be a little rain shower to freshen things up. Scenery: During this time, the meadows turn into a lush sea of green. It's like nature's canvas coming to life with a burst of colourful wildflowers. Temperature: Temperatures along the Kuari Pass in the daytime usually range from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, with nights being cooler, typically between 0 and 5 degrees Celsius. It's important to bear in mind that temperatures may vary with altitude, and higher elevations often entail colder conditions. Trek Fees: INR 24,500/- per person + Train Ticket & Airfare (Pune - Delhi - Pune) at actual read more read less
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Dayara Bugyal Trek - Tour
Dayara Bugyal Trek
₹ 9,499
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3 Nights 4 Days
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Barahat Range, Uttarakhand
Dayara Bugyal Trek
₹ 9,499
Dayara Bugyal is a high-altitude meadow situated in the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand, India. The Dayara meadows are known for their beauty and the lush green meadows turn into a sprawling snow ground during the winter months. Views of Gangotri range rewards the trekkers and peaks such as Srikantha (6,133 m), Jaonli (6,632 m) & Draupadi ka Danda are visible. On the route we go through amazing Oak forests. While descending from Dayara towards Barsu, we come across Barnala Meadows with Barnala Tal, a small lake with beautiful views of snow caped peaks in the background. read more read less
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Brahmatal Trek - Tour
Brahmatal Trek
₹ 19,000
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7 Nights 8 Days
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Hari Nagar, Uttarakhand
Brahmatal Trek
₹ 19,000
Out of the many mesmerising experiences of the Himalayas, the trek to Brahmatal is surely amongst the few on the list of favourite treks for all trekkers. “Tal” meaning lake and “Brahma “meaning the god of creation. This lake has been named after Brahma, the supreme in the triad of great Hindu gods which includes Shiva and Vishnu. The trek to Brahmatal is particularly popular during the winter season from December to March. The summit of Brahmatal trek offers some breath-taking views of silvery snow-dressed mountains and clear blue skies to enjoy the 360 degree view surrounding you. The lake gets frozen during this season and its beauty multiplies multifold. Grade: Fit for Beginners | Total Trek Distance: 24 kms | Trek Altitude: 12,240 ft Trek Fees: INR 19,000/- per person + Train Ticket & Airfare (Pune - Delhi - Pune) at actual read more read less
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Har ki Dun Trek - Tour
Har ki Dun Trek
₹ 19,500
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8 Nights 9 Days
Available on request
Har ki Doon, Uttarakhand
Har ki Dun Trek
₹ 19,500
About Har Ki Dun Valley: Har ki Dun, is a valley that is situated in Govind Wildlife sanctuary, Uttarkashi district in north-west Uttarakhand. It is a cradle shaped valley that can only be reached by trekking to the valley. The distance to the Har ki Dun valley is 25 km from the road head. Thus the total trek distance is 50 km. It takes 2 to 3 days to reach the valley and return in another 2 days. In 1937, Doon school master Jack Gibson along with Tenzing Norgay and his colleague John Martyn climbed Bandarpunch peak. Jack Gibson made several expeditions in the region and trained young Indian mountaineers. The flora, fauna and Garhwali culture of Har ki Dun region thus became known to the outside world. The name "Har Ki Dun" is interpreted in two different ways. First is the literal translation, i.e. Valley of Gods - Har is the name for Shiva, one of the trinity gods as per Hinduism. Dun means a valley. The other name has more resemblance with the local culture and traditions. The second translation is "The sound of Shiva or the Sound of God". Every year to welcome Lord Someshwara (a form of Shiva) a festival is held in the valley, where a Dhaki (drummer) plays the drum. It is said that ages ago a Dhaki had disappeared in the Valley above and every year during the festival month one can still occasionally hear the Dhaki playing drums far up in the valley in the early hours of the day. Many village elders mention of several accounts throughout their lives about hearing these drums. read more read less
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Bali Pass Trek - Tour
Bali Pass Trek
₹ 25,000
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8 Nights 9 Days
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Bali Pass, Uttarakhand
Bali Pass Trek
₹ 25,000
Bali Pass is a mountain pass that is slightly short of 5000 meters mark, and connects the Har Ki Dun - Ruinsara Valley to Yamunotri and vice-versa. The trek runs through numerous heritage Villages of Har Ki Dun valley such as Osla, Gangaad, Taluka and ascends deep into the Govind National Park. On the route we come across the beautiful Ruinsara Lake. Multiple waterfalls lie on the way to the pass. Bali Pass trek distance is 66 KM from Taluka to Janki Chatti. The trek is on the difficult end as Bali Pass trek altitude is more than 16,000 feet and has long walking days, with steeps ascents and descends. If one plans to attempt Bali Pass trek solo, it is highly advised to trek along with a local guide, as the trek route can be misjudged while descending or ascending the pass, with steep sections which can cause mishaps. Duration: 8N/9DDifficulty: Moderate - DifficultMax Altitude: 16,200 ftTrek Distance: 66 km approx. Important Note: We recommend trekkers to reach Dehradun 1 day prior to the departure so they can rest well before the journey/trek. Similarly on last day you can book your flight for the next day, as mountain roads are unpredictable, so being safe is always suggested by Mountainfit. Accommodation in Dehradun can be arranged at extra cost. read more read less
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Altitude above 8,000 ft. (2,438 mts) is considered to be the high altitude and generally have easy treks. Very high altitude starts from 12,000 ft. (3,658 mts) and continues till 18,000 ft. (5,487 m) and they come under moderate to tough treks. Mountainfit organises all such kind of high altitude treks in Himalaya. All such treks are categorized by us under Himalayan Trek section. 

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