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The best mountaineering spots in India

India stands as a diverse country holding rich climatic conditions, flora and fauna. Well, you can’t blame the high rate of tourists calling on the country of variety. You might as well visit some of the exotic spots here. Well, here you go! The following are the best mountaineering spots to visit in India.

Ladakh:

The scenic beauty at its peak, Ladakh still remains as the top spot for hiking in India. With Himalayan, Stok, and Karakoram mountain ranges, Ladakh exhibits a wide variety of choices for hikers to explore. The mountain peak nun, popularly known as the “king of all climbs” and Kangyatse peak stands at their best, furnishing difficult moments for trekkers ultimately resulting in satisfaction of a life time with the mind-boggling view from the top. Trekking here would involve challenging maneuvers but wouldn’t it be breath-taking to have a view of the panoramic peaks from the top?

Himachal Pradesh:

Chill… You ought to remember Shimla. Aaah! Trust me, not just here to enjoy the climate but to have the experience of a life time. The true love for rock climbing combined with mountaineering served at its best, in the incessant narrow paths and bumpy terrains. Manali! Yay! The best spot for y’all mountaineer folks to have some quality time. We still have some untouched spots over here but don’t we all love to create histories and have our names engraved in the hall of fame? J

Uttarakhand:

I’ll never forget you… Yes, you heard it right. The entire composure of jagged ranges, isolated by cavernous canyons in the Garhwal region will leave you astonished, lest be forgotten that easily. The highest peak being the Nanda Devi provides high difficulty in hiking. The other region known for its largest Himalayan tract is Kumaon with around thirty lofty peaks to explore. The trekkers visiting Kumaon would certainly get the best of both worlds. The love for expedition and trekking will be fulfilled once and for all.

Sikkim:

As per the records, the area is highly unsuitable for agriculture, but definitely a utopia for trekkers. The presence of the third highest mountain, Kangchenjunga makes it even more riveting for hikers. Peaks like Simvo and Siniolchu sure have their ways of enchanting avid climbers.  Mountains like Thingchinkhang and Mt. Jopuno are the best for trekking because one can enjoy.

Arunachal Pradesh:

The land of rising sun never fails to surprise its visitors with its enthralling beauty but also the perfect spot for adventurous freaks to explore more. Popularly known as the “Land of dawn-lit mountainous”, this region is surrounded by the Shivalik ranges and comprises of Skyscraping Mountains and snow bedaubed slopes to enchant the itinerants. As a new comer in the field of mountaineering, you need not exhibit fear as Arunachal Pradesh has been provided with multiple institutes for novices to enhance their skills in mountaineering.

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