Top 5 Treks to Visit after the Nation will Win the War against Covid-19

We being one nation are fighting against covid-19; soon it will be over if all the precautions that we are asked to take, will take seriously. And the triumph moment will be in our way. We hope things will get into places soon. So do not just sit and lost all your enthusiasm. Keep it inside, read more, and plan your next destinations to visit. Therefore to give you an insight of what you can choose after winning this war, here are top 5 treks that you should not miss in 2020. 

1. Goechala Trek

Goechala Trek gives you the best views of Kangchenjunga – the third highest mountain in the world, provides an inspiring backdrop for the Goecha la Trek. Until the discovery of the height of Mt Everest in the 19th century, Kanchenjunga was considered to be the highest mountain in the world. Goechala Trek is the most famous Treks in North East India and can be the most wonderful of all time in your bucket list.

2. Sandakphu Trek

The Sandakphu Treks in North East begins at Manebhanjan, West Bengal and winds in and out of Nepal before it reaches the ’valley of poison’ or Sandakhpu named after the aconite plants that thrive here among silver firs, magnolias and rhododendrons.The spectacular views of Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse and Makalu are just the reward you waited for on summit. Sandakphu trek is the ultimate trek in the Himalayas for one to choose.

3. Gomukh Tapovan 

The Trek is considered as one of the most exciting and thrilling treks. Resembling the mouth of a cow, the Gomukh Glacier is one of the main water sources of the holy Ganges. Around the glacier, one can also view the peaks of Gangotri Group - Shivling, Thalay Sagar, Meru, and Bhagirathi III. In addition to its mesmerising beauty and appeal, it is also an important pilgrimage site for the Hindus and a dip in its water is considered as a sacred ritual, On the other hand, Tapovan is located at the foothills of the Shivling Peak and is considered as a challenging route for the trekkers. Reaching a height of around 14,640ft, it is often thronged by the sadhus. The whole trek has a spiritual belief, in Hindus.
4. Valley of Flower Trek

The Valley of Flowers National Park” is an adept decision to appreciate the splendid Himalayan valley, which is loaded with rich biodiversity and amazing environment. While trekking to this wonderful excellence, you will go through a unique trail, separated villages, relinquished territories and different types of verdure, which is an encounter of a lifetime. Valley of flowers height is 4,389 m, the valley of flowers trek in Uttarakhand is home to jeopardized creatures, including the dark colored bear, blue sheep, Asiatic wild bear and snow panther.

5. Kuari Pass Trek

Some might think what and how it is Curzon trail, as I mentioned above every trek as its own story to tell. So here the story of Kuari Pass is a bit curious; When Lord Curzon was governing India; he had made many trails in Gharwal India, and Kuari pass was one of them, and since then it is known as a Curzon trail. This trek is very popular between Americans and Europeans travelers, the limelight of Curzon trail is the sublime glimpse of the twin peak of Nanda Devi summit and the rare Himalayan flora fauna upraised you in the way.When Lord Curzon was coming back from the trail and reached Auli, he asked local people about the name of the pass he crossed, they replied; nobody has ever been there and it’s totally untouched, so he asked what they call it when something is immaculate, they said “Kuari” and from that day Curzon trail has the name “Kuari Pass”.

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