Monsoon In India
The monsoon season in India appears between the end of June and the start of September. It is one of the best times to travel and admire nature’s incredible beauty. Monsoons can be dangerous in higher elevations, with slippery roads blocking paths and other hazards. There are still a lot of places where people can go trekking. The scenic beauty is on another level, and it’s well worth seeing.
About Monsoon Trek
During monsoon, hills are at their best attractive, green and vibrant. The extraordinary beauty of the Himalayan trek is a must-visit destination on the travel list. Here is the list of some of the monsoon treks to be explored.
- Valley Of Flower Trek, Uttarakhand
- Kashmir Great Lakes, Jammu & Kashmir
- Beas Kund, Himachal Pradesh
- Himachal Pradesh, Hampta Pass,
- Himachal Pradesh, Parvati,
- Indrahar Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh
- Chembra Peak Trek, Kerala.
- Mullayanagiri Trek, Karnataka.
- Dzongri Trek, Sikkim.
- Tarsar Marsar, Jammu & Kashmir
Hampta Pass Trek
In Himachal Pradesh, the Hampta Pass is a must-see destination. The divine and surreal beauty that tourists can experience at every turn is breathtaking. The trek from Manali to Lahaul and Kullu is beautiful and well worth the effort. The peak of 14,100ft presents you with the best place to partake in the snow peaks, lakes, and green forests. The panoramic sight makes you feel like you are in the clouds. Hampta pass is under snow most of the time of the year.
During August, the snow melts, and routes are fully available for traveling. Trekking can be done without trouble and easily reached till the last campsite of the whole trip. The region is full of greenery and looks more lively than ever. The wet smell of the soil makes you feel relaxed. After the melted snow is washed away by rain, the green landscapes become more visible. Without the snow, the Kull region is stunning.
While crossing during the trek, the flower blossom combined with the green forest creates a beautiful scene. The Spiti valley is a frigid desert with nothing but rocks and barren lands. Trekkers transit through these sites while moving from Chika to Balu ka Ghera. Between the peaks, defrosted streams rushed. The Rani Nallah is a deep river with icy water. The temperature around the flowing stream is still chilly.
During the monsoon, drizzling rain showers can be expected while crossing the trek. Trackers should be well prepared for these unexpected events. . They must wear appropriate safety equipment and stay dry. Camping in a tent is a difficult task. They’ll have to book nearby hostels for the night.
Even during monsoon season, the five-day tour to Hampta pass is secure. People with no or little idea about trekking can start from Hampta pass. There are local guides and experts available at the campsite for the protection of the trekkers.
These three months, namely June, July, and August are the best months for tourists to visit because there will be no snow. Travel and sightseeing are unrestricted in these zones. Roads provide easy access to the top campsites. Trekking to explore the mountains, forests, waterfalls, and valleys becomes less trouble. The rain can be upsetting but feels refreshing after getting soaked. The earthy smell of the land, cold breeze, and nature are so mystical and worth enjoying. The temperature is bearable during June. The whole region looks colorful because of the newly blooming flowers with green everywhere starting to be visible.
From August, as snow falls start traveling becomes difficult due to many causes. The temperature falls, snow stops the route and it is challenging to trek. The temperature ranges between 18 and 20 degrees during the day. It drops below 0 degrees at night. It starts to fall more in September. The harsh winter climate is only possible for people who love adventurous trips.
It is a beautiful destination for trekking in any season you want to. The greenery of Kullu perfectly contrasts with Spiti’s cold desert mountain valley is just exquisite. Chandratal Lake is another must-see spot. Manali, Chika, Jobra, Lahaul, Kullu, Hampta valley, Spiti valley, Rohtang Pass, and many more places can be explored while trekking in the Himalayas. You can visit with family and friends to enjoy a different kind of experience being close to nature among the pine forests. The glamour of the mountain and sky is more captivating than never before during the monsoon seasons.