15 trekking places in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is a land of beauty and serenity. It hails as the king in terms of its unparalleled beauty that resides within its boundaries. A trip to Himachal Pradesh is breathtaking. Bask in mother nature’s warmth after tedious hustling of the mundane lives. Read on to find out more about 15 trekking places in Himachal Pradesh.

1) Serolsar lake :

Serolsar lake

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This beautiful lake is situated at an altitude of 3200 meters covered by dense alpine forests. The water of the lake is crystal clear and is believed to have special medicinal properties. A small temple is situated at the banks of the lake. This temple reflects serenity and peace and offers the grace of the deity to the devotees.  

2) Lahesh cave :

Lahesh cave

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The explorative trek of Lahesh caves is an easy trek. This magnificent cave is located near Mcleodganj. The path is not smooth as one can find rocks strewn all over the place during this trek.

3) Bhrigu lake :

Bhrigu lake

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This ancient lake is believed to be the place where Saint Bhrigu performed intense penance to appease the Gods. This lake has a strong spiritual significance and is one of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.

4) Deo Tibba :

Deo Tibba

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Deo Tibba stands at a staggering height of 6000 meters. The trek to this majestic peak grants a visit through lush green pastures and meadows filled with a diverse array of flora. Explore the various glaciers enroute to Deo Tibba.

5) Pin valley national park :

Pin valley national park

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Pin valley is situated in Lahaul valley sprawling across a wide area of 1150 square kilometers. This beautiful national park comes under the Great Himalayan national park conservation area. This park house many endangered animals.

6) Fagu :


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Fagu is a small village in Himachal Pradesh which is famous for its adventure sports. It is surrounded by lush greenery in the summer months and with white snow in the winter months. This beautiful place is dotted with apple orchards which sustain the fauna native to Fagu.

7) Parashar lake :

Parashar lake

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This crystal blue lake is believed to be the place where sage Parashar meditated. A floating island keeps changing its position inside the lake. A temple honoring Sage Parashar is located on the banks of the lake. This majestic temple was built in the 14th century and it follows the Pagoda style of architecture.

8) Raison :


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Raison is known for its camping and river rafting trails. It invites people with a penchant for exploring the great outdoors. One can also find numerous orchards of apple and plum trees that sustain the animals living in the area.

9)  Tirthan valley :

Tirthan valley

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Tirthan valley offers a number of different trekking trails that is loved by many. Tirthan river flows through this valley breathing life to an otherwise barren land. Tirthan river originates from glaciers in the Himalayas and so, one can observe that the river water is very pure.

10) Jogini waterfalls :

Jogini waterfalls

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This majestic waterfalls is located near Vashisht village in Himachal pradesh. It is among the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. This waterfall is formed by a small stream which later merges into the beas river.

11) Kareri lake :

Kareri lake

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Kareri lake is a high altitude freshwater lake which is situated at an altitude of 3100 meters. It is located near Dharamshala. The constant snow melting from the Dhauladhar range adds a poetic beauty to this serene lake.

12) Kharapathar :


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Kharapathar is a huge egg shaped hill which is covered by dense vegetation. This place offers a difficult trekking trail. One can also undertake the trek to Gir Ganga from Kharapathar.

13) Triund mountains :


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The snow engulfed mountains of the Dhauladhar range offers a cold and blissful respite from the hustle of Delhi. These mountains attract a plethora of migrating birds which makes it a hotspot for enthusiastic bird watchers.

14)  Deoria tal :

Deoria tal

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Deoria tal is a beautiful lake filled with crystal clear water. It is located in the snow-clad mountains of the Chaukhamba peak. One can also opt for overnight camping as there is a chance that to view some rare indigenous animals of the area.
15) Hampta pass :

Hampta pass

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Hampta pass is characterized by a set of changing landscapes and beautiful glaciers. The valleys of Kullu and Lahaul is linked by this pass. The Hampta pass trek can be undertaken by beginners and experts alike.