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Trekking can be done at these safe and beautiful destinations after the Corona period
These days the tourism sector has suffered a lot due to coronavirus infection. However, now the situation is improving very fast. Various countries of the world have opened their doors for tourists, giving relaxation in the rules of lockdown. In India too, the process of opening famous tourist destinations has started. After the Corona period, there will be a lot of change in the style of strolling. Travelers will prefer to go to offbeat places rather than crowded famous tourist places. Treks and camping will be preferred over hotels. Here are the top trekking destinations for you, if you are planning such a trip.
Khadapathar to Kuppad, Pabbar Valley
This trek to Pabbar Valley of Himachal Pradesh is quite easy. It starts from Kharapathar, which is the main village of this area. There is an unpaved road to the origin of the Giriganga river, about 6 km away. There is an ancient temple at the origin of the Giriganga River. If you want, you can go camping here. After this Kuppad Bugyal comes after an easy climb of about one and a half hours. From here the Himalayan peaks spread far and wide are visible. The Giriganga originating from here goes further and joins the Yamuna.
Ladot to Chanshal Pass, Himachal Pradesh
Chanshal pass is the highest peak of the Shimla district in the shade of Chanshal. Situated at an altitude of 3750 meters, this pass remains closed in winter due to snow. On one side of the Chanshal is the Dodra-Kwar village, which was cut off from the world without a road until a few years ago. On the other side is Ladot village, where you can go camping at night. It takes 2 hours to reach Chanshal Pass from Ladot via Saru Tal.
Kalpeshwar to Sula Narayan, Urgam Valley
On the way from Haridwar to Badrinath, the Urgam valley falls near Joshimath, where there are many trekking routes. The trek to Sula Narayan is easy from Devgram in the valley via Kalpeshwar temple. You have to walk about 7-8 km. Nanda Devi Mountain range can be seen from Sula Narayan. Camping permission will be available from the forest panchayat of Devgram by paying around Rs 50-100 per tent.
This trek is quite famous among the people. A road lead from Chopta. After that one can walk about 3 and a half kilometers to reach Tung Nath Temple, which is at an altitude of about 3600 meters. Many devotees come here for religious reasons. After this, after a trek of about one and a half kilometers, one can reach Chandrashila. Camping can be done in Chopta or Tung Nath according to the season. Buransh forests and Bugyal are found throughout the trek and reaching Chandrashila at an altitude of 4000 meters gives a panoramic view of the Himalayas.
McLeodganj to Triund, Himachal Pradesh
This trek of about 5 hours is also not too offbeat. The trek is easy. There are some tea stalls at many places along the way, where emergency help can be found. After reaching a height, the Kangra Valley, Dharamsala Cricket Stadium is clearly visible. The Dhauladhar mountain range is also visible from Triund at an altitude of 2850 meters.
Reik Peak, Mizoram
Reik is a small village about 10 kilometers west of Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram. This area is a famous tourist destination. The eastern part of this village has spectacular hills, with many caves and dense forests. If you are in search of peace and relaxation, then Reich is perfect for you.
Shirui Peak, Manipur
Shirui Peak is located in Ukhrul, one of the highest districts of Manipur. It is located about 83 km east of Imphal, the capital of Manipur. Shirui Peak is one of the highest peaks of Ukhrul district. A special flower grows on this peak, which is known as Shirui Lily. This flower, which grows at an altitude of about 5000 feet above sea level, is found only in Manipur throughout the world.