5 Easy and interesting trek Women can take in 2017- Womenlite

Trekking is a part of travel which helps you to get disconnected from yourself in the best way. It helps for complete rejuvenation. Trekking paths are usually with rugged trails but as you go up you get beautiful panoramic views of the valley down. During the trek, you get to meet and make friends with your fellow trekkers and yes, that’s a world of new opportunities. Of course, trekking even if you choose the easy ones will be of physical labor to women but if you are confident about yourself you are halfway done. A couple of tips for women would be to plan well for your travel to the trekking start point and always have a detailed travel map. Always opt for public transport and book 3 to 5-star hotels for your stay where ever required.

The best of all and easy trek women can take are as below:

1. Banasura Hill:

banasura hill

Trekkers need the right place to trek with ease, and Banasura happens to be an exciting prospect for the trekkers. Banasura provides the best of experience which happens to be joy in trekking on the grasslands of the Shola forests. While trekking in Banasura Hill you come across the Banasura’s Sagar Dam which is India’s largest earth dam and the second largest in Asia. The trail is completely evergreen, the well-marked trail to the top but even though you may require a guide along with you so you are not lost in the wild. Banasura trek is at least a 2-day plan. The base camp is situated at Kalpetta, Wayanad and the best season to visit for the trek happens to be from September to January. One can easily fall in love with this place.

2. Deoriatal-Chandrashila

hills

It happens to be the best trek for women. The place comes with a host full of different things to admire, which includes dense forest filled with a host of birds, grand meadows, and the grand summit climb. While trecking at Deoriatal-Chandrashila you can easily see one of the tallest mountains of Himalayas starting from Garhwal to Kumaon ranges. The duration of your trek at this place happens to be almost 6-7 days. If you can afford a longer duration for a Himalayan trek, Manaslu Trekking in Nepal, will suit you best, but it will take 14 days at least. The best preferred season for Deoriatal-Chandrashila trek is winter, spring, and Autumn. During the trek, you come across various types of birds and also the mountain peaks.

3. Chopta Tunganath

Chopta Tunganath

This is one of the highest temples in India. In order to reach the temple, you have to trek. This happens to be one of the best parts of the trekking. While tracking you can easily come across the panoramic views of the Panchachuli, Nanda Devi, and Kedarnath peaks as well. You can experience the stunning views from the top which happens to be the rhododendron forest. It is situated at the height of about 12073 ft. The time required for the trek is more than 4-5 days and the most favorable season to trek is from February to November.

4. Kuari Pass

Kuari Pass

The slopes are easy to trek and the views are panoramic. You can experience the views of Trishul, Nanda Ghunti, Neelkanth, Hathi Parvat, Ghoda Parvat, and Nanda Devi from Gorson Bugyal which is so clear that you would even stretch your arms to touch these mountains. The trail consists of magical oak forests, high altitude meadows at Gorson Bugyal, and a large number of mountain peaks. The time required to complete your trail is almost 6 days which is quite easy to cover. The best season for the trekking here is Winter and Autumn.

5. Kareri Lake

Kareri Lake

It is also known as the Kumarwah Lake. It is the high altitude water reservoir which is amongst the most fabulous lakes in Himachal Pradesh. Another remarkable beauty is the Dhauladhar Range and the Kangra Valley. It is situated at a height of about 10863ft. Due to the cold and cloudy weather, the lake remains frozen during December to March. Despite that trekkers visit here from across the world to admire the beauty of the frozen lake. The best season to trek is either from May to June or from September to October.

Rock the trek and be an amazing solo-traveler.

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