Trekking is a soft adventure sport, and anyone with a reasonable physical condition can do it. Its nice to start up early in the morning and return back in the evening. Multi-day trekking is also a good option, to access your strength, ability and aptitude however try to choose a relatively easy trek if you are a beginner. For experienced trekkers, it shall be nice to join a club to join some rigorous treks.
Basic knowledge of Camping gear, knots, hitches, rope work is essential for trekking. If you are serious for trekking in remote and high altitude areas you can take up a basic course from Govt approved mountaineering Institutes in India. Get a plan, route map, gather information about geology, Geography, terrain for trek location, culture of the nearby tribes or settlements, weather forecasts and behavior and most important rescue and medical facilities. All this information will help you achieve the trek very successfully. Solo treks are not advisable for beginners as it can be dangerous. The mountain terrains are treacherous and you can land up easily in trouble, unless you happen to be Bear Grylls who demonstrated his survival skills on the hardest terrains in the world or Reinhold Messner the first person who scaled all fourteen 8000 m above sea level peaks.
Himalayas has been destination for trekking enthusiasts all around the world. Its staggering snow clad peaks traditional tribal villages, sacred shrines, Buddhist monasteries, wildflowers and meadows are some of characteristics that delivers extraordinary experiences to the visitors. Dhauladhars are so tall that it rains here heavily and the flora and fauna thrives here lush green all year. The pristine snow peaks remain snow-white for majority of the time of year, that’s why they are called Dhauladhars which means white ridge. The lower mountains are about half the height of the white ridge and remains lush green except for winters, white from snowfall. These lower mountains have spectacular locations to hike up showing breath-taking views of the white ridge and have marvelous trails suitable for trekking near Dharamshala. The moment you are atop and you witness the massive piece of huge rock that’s coated with white snow is so exciting and exonerating. You can feel the grandeur and its mightiness, its toughness, which can inspire you, no matter how many storms, rains, lightening, and snow has eroded it, it still continues to stands up and delight travellers like you. Trekking near Dharamshala Dhauladhar mountains is the best option to enjoy your vacations with your family and friends.
Glance down and you can see the slopes running all the way down to plains, and if the visibility is quite good, you can see to an exhorting distance of about 80 Km. Camping and trekking in Dharamshala let’s you enjoy the beauty of the Dhauladhar mountains and serene landscape. The physically fit persons can join the treks n hikes to relish thrilling landscape.
Trekking in Dharamshala package includes : –
Trekking near Dharamshala famous trekking spots, tent sites.
Camping and bonfire in night
Food during the entire trek
Safety is ensured during trek.
Do carry Sunglasses, hat, Sunscreen, camera, First aid kit, survival blanket and a stick. Do wear comfortable clothing during trekking.
Warning: Personnel with health problems should avoid adventure activities.