15 trekking places near Delhi

The national capital of our country is always busy. It does not allow a moment’s respite to its many citizens. It is your right to take the vacation you deserve and to recharge your batteries. Read on to know about the 15 trekking places near Delhi that you can go to to experience your well deserved getaway.

1) Bhadraj hill :

Bhadraj hill

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This beautiful hill located in Uttarakhand is an ideal location for a well deserved break after a hectic week. Head over to these picturesque hills and embark on a thrilling trekking experience that is sure to leave you spellbound.

Distance from Delhi : 332 kilometers.

2) Chakrata :


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This quaint little hill station is nestled between the Yamuna and the Tongs river. These two rivers enriched the entire valley with lush green forests which sustain a diverse array of flora and fauna.

Distance from Delhi : 346 kilometers.

3) 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.

Distance from Delhi : 472 kilometers.

4) Kuari pass :

Kuari pass

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This trek is for the adventure-seeking trekkers. The Kuari pass trek offers excellent view pints of the Himalayas. It is also called as the ‘Curzon’s trail’ as it was unearthed by Lord Curzon during his many treks of the Garhwal region.

Distance from Delhi : 484 kilometers.

5) Nag tibba :

Nag tibba

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Nag tibba is one of the famous treks around Delhi famed for its beautiful scenery. Blanketed by thick Deodar forests, Nag tibba trail offers splendid views of the Gangotri and the Yamunotri mountains.

Distance from Delhi : 347 kilometers.

6) Har ki Doon :

Har ki doon

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Nestled in the Tehri Garhwal region, Har ki doon is covered by a dense layer of lush green vegetation making this place an instant hit among the trekking community. Dotted with beautiful glaciers and alpine vegetation, Har ki doon is dubbed as nature lovers elysium.

Distance from Delhi : 298 kilometers.

7) 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.

Distance from Delhi : 550 kilometers.

8) 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.

Distance from Delhi : 420 kilometers.

9) Chandra tal :

Chandra tal

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Also called as the ‘Moon river’, Chandra tal offers a chameleon-like experience owing to the crystal clear water that reflect the colors of the sky as the day passes by. One can observe the hues of red, yellow and blue as the day progresses.

Distance from Delhi : 722 kilometers.

10) Hatu peak :

Hatu peak

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Hatu peak gives the complete Himalayan experience. The vast mountains covered with a coniferous vegetation offers a splendid and a breathtaking experience. The mountain peak is perched on a high altitude and is covered with snow.

Distance from Delhi : 431 kilometers.

11) Chandrashila peak :

Chandrashila peak

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Chandrashila peak is nestled in the Kedarnath region and it basks in nature’s plentiful bounty. It is a beautiful peak that attracts trekkers and nature lovers alike. Chandrashila is the highest peak in the region.

Distance from Delhi : 455 kilometers.

12) Indrahar pass :

Indrahar pass

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The Indrahar pass is located near the footfalls of Dhauladhar range. It is a very popular trekking location from Dharamshala. Surrounded by a thick vegetation of Deodar forests, Indrahar pass offers a panoramic view of the Pir Panjal range as well.

Distance from Delhi : 475 kilometers.

13) Churdhar peak :

Churdhar peak

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The Churdhar peak is the highest mountain peak in the Shivalik range. It offers a diverse experience of varying landscape populated by a variety of flora and fauna. It offers a spectacular view of the Gangetic plains below.

Distance from Delhi : 370 kilometers.

14) Kedarkantha :


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Housed in the Tehri Garhwal region, this immensely beautiful region offers a wondrous trekking experience. The freezing wind makes for an intense trekking experience. This trek is worth one’s while as it offers spectacular views of the entire region.

Distance from Delhi : 428 kilometers.

15) Kheerganga :


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With astounding waterfalls and alpine vegetations covering the exquisite area of Kheerganga, it has become a hotspot for attracting a plethora of trekkers wishing to bask in the beauty of this region.

Distance from Delhi : 550 kilometers.