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7 night treks in India that promise unforgettable adventures

Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST
  • Discover a whole new level of adventure with these seven night treks in India that you absolutely need to explore.
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Numerous hill stations in India offer clear skies for a memorable winter experience. It's the perfect time for adventure enthusiasts to embark on treks and explore the undiscovered. India caters to those seeking adventure with an array of captivating night treks. Explore seven-night treks below that showcase the diverse landscapes of the country: (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Numerous hill stations in India offer clear skies for a memorable winter experience. It's the perfect time for adventure enthusiasts to embark on treks and explore the undiscovered. India caters to those seeking adventure with an array of captivating night treks. Explore seven-night treks below that showcase the diverse landscapes of the country: (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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Anthargange Trek, Karnataka: This trek offers one of the most adventurous trekking routes. Situated 65 km from Bengaluru, this 3 km long trek starts at midnight, gradually becoming both challenging and enjoyable as you navigate maze-like paths and large rocks, ultimately leading to a cave. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Anthargange Trek, Karnataka: This trek offers one of the most adventurous trekking routes. Situated 65 km from Bengaluru, this 3 km long trek starts at midnight, gradually becoming both challenging and enjoyable as you navigate maze-like paths and large rocks, ultimately leading to a cave. (Representative Image)

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Channarayana Durga Trek, Karnataka: Channarayana Durga, located near Tumkur, is a hill station with a trekking trail that starts from the village and ascends a hill. This trek offers a diverse range of terrains, ranging from plains to slopes, steeps, and forests. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Channarayana Durga Trek, Karnataka: Channarayana Durga, located near Tumkur, is a hill station with a trekking trail that starts from the village and ascends a hill. This trek offers a diverse range of terrains, ranging from plains to slopes, steeps, and forests. (Representative Image)

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Dhotrey-Tonglu Trek, West Bengal: With landscapes ranging from lush green forests to snow-capped mountains, this trek provides a series of breathtaking views. Dhotrey, located in Darjeeling near Singalila National Park in West Bengal, serves as the starting point. The optimal time for this trek is during the spring season. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Dhotrey-Tonglu Trek, West Bengal: With landscapes ranging from lush green forests to snow-capped mountains, this trek provides a series of breathtaking views. Dhotrey, located in Darjeeling near Singalila National Park in West Bengal, serves as the starting point. The optimal time for this trek is during the spring season. (Representative Image)

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Sinhagad Fort Trek, Maharashtra: Famously known as the Katraj to Sinhagad (K2S) trek, this trail is often preferred during full-moon nights for enhanced visibility. The trek spans approximately 2.5 kilometres, encompassing some moderately steep terrain. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Sinhagad Fort Trek, Maharashtra: Famously known as the Katraj to Sinhagad (K2S) trek, this trail is often preferred during full-moon nights for enhanced visibility. The trek spans approximately 2.5 kilometres, encompassing some moderately steep terrain. (Representative Image)

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Rajmachi Fort Trek, Maharashtra: Renowned for its historical fortress, Rajmachi is a small village nestled in the Sahyadri mountain range. Trekkers often embark on this trek during the day to enjoy its breathtaking views. The trail spans approximately 10 km and typically takes 4-5 hours to complete the trek. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Rajmachi Fort Trek, Maharashtra: Renowned for its historical fortress, Rajmachi is a small village nestled in the Sahyadri mountain range. Trekkers often embark on this trek during the day to enjoy its breathtaking views. The trail spans approximately 10 km and typically takes 4-5 hours to complete the trek. (Representative Image)

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Kalsubai Trek, Maharashtra: Kalsubai Peak is a highly favoured trek in the Sahyadri region, being the highest peak easily reachable from both Mumbai and Pune. The trek to Kalsubai provides stunning views of renowned forts such as Alang, Madan, and Kulang. Beginning at night, trekkers reach the peak just in time to witness the sunrise. (Representative Image) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Kalsubai Trek, Maharashtra: Kalsubai Peak is a highly favoured trek in the Sahyadri region, being the highest peak easily reachable from both Mumbai and Pune. The trek to Kalsubai provides stunning views of renowned forts such as Alang, Madan, and Kulang. Beginning at night, trekkers reach the peak just in time to witness the sunrise. (Representative Image)

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Meesapulimala Top Station Trek, Kerala: Meesapulimala, the second-highest peak in the Western Ghats, offers a trekker's paradise at the Top Station viewpoint. Surrounded by tea plantations and lush valleys, the hike to Meesapulimala Peak is truly rewarding with every step.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Dec 07, 2023 01:40 PM IST

Meesapulimala Top Station Trek, Kerala: Meesapulimala, the second-highest peak in the Western Ghats, offers a trekker's paradise at the Top Station viewpoint. Surrounded by tea plantations and lush valleys, the hike to Meesapulimala Peak is truly rewarding with every step.(Unsplash)

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