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The Himalayas are spread across the significant landscape of Asia and are separated into Eastern and Western Himalayas through a gorge, namely Kali Gandaki, in Nepal. The two are connected to each other physically through the Kora La pass, between Everest and K2 mountains. One of the most popular peaks includes Mt. Everest, which is the highest peak in the world. These ranges are spread over five nations, India, Bhutan, China, Nepal, and Pakistan. They also serve the world’s significant water bodies, Indus, Ganges and Tsangpo, The Brahmaputra. The ranges form a natural boundary between the Tibetan Plateau and the subcontinent. Some of the greatest and the most difficult treks in India and the globe are on the mountains which are standing unshakable on the Himalayas. Largely affecting the Asiatic climate, the Himalayas are significant to the states they rest in.. The ravines formed by these ranges serves as home to multiple cultures and tradition; highly revered amidst the Buddhists and Hindus.

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The Himalayas cover most of the Northern States of India, making them these states often enriched with adventurous and thrilling mountain sports, snow sports, and also a hub to tourism and travel. The ranges offer one with a number of treks, ranging from the easiest to the most difficult which require a bit of skill and professionalism.

Although, no matter which trek you choose, each excursion comes up with its own challenges, landscapes, and experiences, but if you are someone who has a bit of prior knowledge in mountaineering, is passionate about Himalayas, or is looking for some real amount of thrill with highly aesthetical landscape, or is someone who aims to climb once in your life on ultimate trekking peaks like of Kang Yatse, Stok Kangri, or trying the Pin Parvati Pass Trek, then you should try the most difficult trek in Himalayas and thus, have a look on the following list:

Goechala Trek, Sikkim

A difficult expedition which can be best experienced between the months of April – November is the Goechala Trek. This journey will make your stay in Sikkim for around two weeks, so as to get completed. During these two weeks of trekking in Sikkim, you’ll be climbing till 16,200 ft, heading towards the peak of Goechla, and you’ll be facing a number of daring challenges and at the same time viewing seemingly endless eye-treating landscapes. It is amongst the most opted treks of Sikkim and is both challenging and overwhelming. You’ll be able to see the glimpses of famous and grand Kanchenjunga mountain ranges, will be experiencing the view of majestic Goecha Lake, and the panoramic view of a  number of Himalayan ranges. While walking along and through the rhododendrons laden valleys you will see a number of orchards around you and you will zoom past and through the boulevard of peaking trees inside the forest. As you’ll reach above certain high altitude, you might be able to experience the mist, fog, and paradise-like view, and it’ll be winning-view after the trial will end up testing your spirits.

Chadar Trek, Ladakh

This is not just one of the most difficult treks but also one of the most famous, chosen treks of Ladakh, which attracts the mountaineers from around the world. The Chadar trek can only be done in January and February, while it is best done in January, as at this time of the year the snow not only make the ranges heavenly but really thrilling. The Chadar is called so, as it is like a blanket of ice that covers the river during the winters. This chadar is formed on the river Zanskar of Zanskar Ranges in Ladakh. The path takes you through the number of gorgeous peaks and ascending on the five motorable passways, which are the highest in the world. This frozen terrain is astoundingly beautiful especially due to the whole belt of Zanskar mountain ranges. Also, the trail touches the two significant borders of the nation, which will give you an immense chance to experience the number of cultures practiced in the area.

Friendship Peak, Himachal Pradesh

This trek is not only important because it is one of the most famous summits in Himalayan ranges but also as it is just one of the treks to provide you with the heaven-like landscape. Often said as trekker’s paradise and hub, the peak resides at the ranges of Pir Panjal. It’ll give you the grand and panoramic view of the whole Dhauladhar ranges, along with the whole ranges of Pir Panjal, and various other Himalayan crowns. Amongst the most difficult treks in Himachal Pradesh, the trek demands skills, optimism, and passion about mountains. Walking through the paths of the valley of Solang, filled on either side with the colorful orchids, alpine meadows, trees, brooks, and tough turns, narrow ridges, and cold glaciers, this trek is bound to give you a lifetime experience. Along with these ones will be able to see the hot water springs of Vashisht, Hadimba Temple in Manali and Naggar Roerich Art Gallery. Acclimatization is a prerequisite for this trek, due to the relatively challenging climatic conditions. The best time to opt for this trek can be between the months of June to October.

Borasu Pass Trek, Uttarakhand

One of the most difficult treks in Uttarakhand is the less sought Borasu Pass Trek. Residing in the trekking-trails rich ranges of Uttarakhand, is this trek which is offbeat, testing and thrilling, straddling in the middle of the borders of Uttaranchal and Himachal. The path will take you above the 17,220 ft and towards the peak, following the old trade pathway through the valleys of Har ki Dun and Kinnaur. A week longs trip is all about experiencing the ascend from the Taluka hamlet, accompanying by the snow-covered slopes of gorgeous mountains, and capturing the seemingly infinite scenic landscapes of dense and alpine willow forests, chestnut and walnut, colossal ravines, number of colorful flowers, moraines, narrow and thrilling ridges, and steep, sloppy inclines.

The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Sikkim

A doorway to the third highest mountain of the planet, and a once in a lifetime and very close view of the mighty Himalayan giant, is what you’ll be experiencing in the Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek of Sikkim. You’ll be tracing the steps towards the Goecha La Pass, through the alpine and pristine forests, blanketed and blooming rhododendrons, various types of orchids and many other colorful floral species. Adapting to the climate is necessary for this trek, as the journey will be testing you by exposing you to the relatively chilly temperatures, and challenging traverses. Nevertheless, the end result is worth it, and even the journey itself is all about a number of aesthetic landscapes. You’ll constantly be under the view of Mountain Kanchenjunga. It’s one of the treks, which attracts the professionals and learners from all the parts of the world, not just because it is thrill-filled but as it tunes one with nature and makes one introspect and at the same time rest inside the realm of gigantic mountains of Himalayas.

Warwan Valley Trek, Jammu and Kashmir

Another tough tour, amidst the ranges of highly debatable Jammu and Kashmir, is the peaceful and verdant trek trail of the Warwan Valley. This trek will take you to the height of 14,452 ft., filled with the rough, at times green and treacherous terrain. Cotted by the landscape of Ladakh, rough, and droughted, is the Warwan Valley of Kashmir. Alpine-like paths of this trek, touch the remotest areas of Kashmir, filled with the awe-striking views of moraines, glaciers and narrow ridges. The trek opens the doors for ones who are ready to take up thrilling strenuous turns and tough paths. The best time to go for this trek is between the months of July to September. It is also one of the most viewed and loved treks that somehow unites the lands of Jammu and Kashmir. It’ll take around a weeks time to complete this trek. As it is one of the high altitude treks, it requires adapting and adjusting to the temperatures, culture, and environment as a prior requisite. This trek is for those who wish to connect to nature, experience the glaciers, and are interested in the remote, rustic, forgotten cultures of areas like Warwan.

All the treks will be required, more or less, between 7 to 15 days for completion. This is due to the high altitude temperatures, which take quite a time to adjust according to one’s environment and thus making it easier to climb. All these treks take place in the states of Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir. The treks can be connecting the two states, like the above described Warwan Valley Trek is between Jammu-Kashmir or other treks like the Rupin Pass Trek which will make you experience the Himalayan ranges of both the states, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. These were just a few of the toughest treks provided by the Trekmunk. If they don’t sound like you, you can explore more.