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“October extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving rain and November arrived, cold as frozen iron, with hard frosts every morning and icy drafts that bit at exposed hands and faces.”  ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

 

The month of November has been the month of coldness, isolation,  and solitary to many of us. Especially those who have been recently left broken up and they know that all the upcoming festivals and nights will now be tougher than usual. But you know what, if you are someone who is fit for climbing, this month is the best month to go deep into the ravines, climbing beyond the minor peaks of the Himalayas, and experiencing something much greater than the temporary relationships. Trekkers love this month, as it is, the perfect month to pilgrim, introspect and experiences the best sceneries during the various easy, moderate and difficult excursions.

Let’s check out more about various interesting Trekking in India in November, but in a short while. Firstly, let’s have a generalized overview of India’s mountain-adorned states and the general temperature across the subcontinent in the month of November.

The month of November in India is the middle month of the whole post-monsoon period that is generally found throughout the nation between October to December. Retreating monsoon cycle brings to the states, in the north especially, the mild breeze of dense air and dryness to the landscape, that is autumn. The Himalayas initiates the winds and they continue flowing till the southwest and thus, becomes the reason behind the clearing of the skies. Autumn is basically a rarely found season and occurs only in few countries, India being one of them, where although it depends on the positioning of the territory on the world map; still almost all the states experience post-monsoon. At some regions, after the southwest rainfalls peaks, the Autumn ends by the end of November. Many regions experience the transition from the wet to dry and average temperature across the nation is between 28 and 34 °C (82 and 93 °F). In the northeastern states, it only ends by March and starts earlier in September and moves diagonally towards the southwest states. Winds carry moisture and brought through the oceans, like the Bay of Bengal and Cape of Capricorn and feel different from the summer monsoon. Thus, in these states, November is the best month to experience autumn.

Hiking in November needs the best list of Trek Tours in November. Some of the best treks in November in India as a continent of incredibility provides us with, are precisely described below. These treks in November are amongst the twenty best trekking routes in India that are amongst the best treks to aim for in this month and to experience the beauty of Autumn. All these treks will take you to the gorgeous Himalayan states like Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and the country of Nepal.

All the Himalayan Treks in November are:

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Some of the best treks in November are:

1. Annapurna Circuit Trek, Nepal

If we have to tell you where to go for Treks to Go for in November then the first one amongst them will be Annapurna Circuit Trek. An extremely wonderful thrilling trek route of Nepal. This peak has a spiritual significance for the locals of Nepal and is revered as a pilgrimage by many. It is also one of the longest trekking paths on the globe. During the journey you’ll walk through the rich green lands, number of pine trees, rhododendrons adorned ravines, remote hamlets and overall, number of attractive and scenic landscapes. You’ll be walking under the autumn forests, climbing on slanting mounts and the barren terrains. The end of this trek is the end of the Thorong-La Pass. This pass is around 17,770 ft from the sea-level. It moves around the Annapurna crown. This peak is also one of the greatest ten summits in the world.

2. Brahmatal Trek, Uttrakhand

Called so due to the Brahmatal lake that is hidden amidst the ridges, and also because it is believed to have been the very peak where God Brahma meditated according to the Hindu Indian Mythology, one of the oldest treks on the Himalayas is Brahmatal Trek. The trek is enchanting as it is filled with the exquisite white snow throughout, the terrains are rugged, and the tough ridges makes it overall difficult. You’ll be accompanied with the landscapes packed with sprawling trees, shades of the seemingly infinite sky above the ranges of the Garhwal and the widely spread snowfields. After you’ll cover the path through the shadows of the tall trees, you’ll get a sight and comprehensive view of the remote Himalayas. It’s one of the most cherished winter treks too due to its excellent path, which is filled with snowfall, the spread Bugiyals on the path, astonishing landscapes, and overall pleasant composition.

3. Deoriatal Chandrashilla Trek

This trail takes you to the world’s highest Shiva temple on the earth. This temple is beyond the Tungnath temple and on the rock-faced summit of the Chandrashilla peak. This is amongst the easy treks but is a remarkably thrilling one due to its difficult, uneven and suddenly turning ridges. The slopes are capped with light snow and the trail is alpine. You’ll be climbing through the surreal landscapes of charming and dense forests of oak, and deodar. The mounts around you will be filled with rhododendron and you’ll walk along with the shadow of rich flowering bed. You’ll be able to see the panoramic view of some of the most magnificent peaks of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges.

4. Goechala Trek, Sikkim

If you wish your hiking in November to be a challenging one then, this can be the best one. The trek is compatible for the trekkers who are willing to try Goechla climbing in the months between September-November. You’ll be able to experience the beauty of November month and autumn to its best here, not only due to its area but as it is a two weeks long trek, which is both challenging and unusual. One of the most favored destinations of Sikkim tourists is Goechala as the trail tests your courage both mentally and physically. The highlights of this trail are views of majestic Kanchenjunga mountains, complete view of eye-pleasing Goecha Lake, and also snow-laden Himalayan ranges. You’ll walk between the rhododendrons valleys, orchards, and forested paths. It is also a beautiful peak with mist making it heavenly, giving it a magnificent view.

5. The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Sikkim

Said to be as the doorway to the third highest mountain in the world, and also the highest mountain in India is the Base Camp Trek of the Mt. Kanchenjunga. The excursion to Kanchenjunga Base Camp follows the path to the famous Goecha La Pass. You’ll be trekking through the alpine forests overspread by growing rhododendrons, and colorful orchids. The trek exposes one to the challenging cold, expert traverses, and gorgeous landscapes. Opening under the poised sight of Mt. Kanchenjunga, the Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is on the top of every trekker’s bucket list, as it should be due to an unforgettable memory that the journey creates and also as it also helps one explore one’s inner self.

6. Sandakpu-Phalut Trek, West Bengal

Trekking in November in West Bengal is one of the best choices you can make, as the destination provides you the best experience of the post-monsoon. The Sandakfu-Phalut trek will take you to the northern side of West Bengal, on the Darjeeling Himalayan mountains. These ranges are the part of the eastern Himalayan belt of the Indian Himalayas. At the height of 11,929 ft, Sandakfu Peak is the highest crown of West Bengal and resides remotely in the Himalayan ranges of beautiful Darjeeling. You’ll be able to get the picture of eye-pleasing and some of the world’s most popular mounts like the Everest, Kancho Zonda, Lhotse, Makalu. You’ll also be able to see the view of the asleep Buddha, which is crafted naturally through the cluster of all these four great peaks together, resting peacefully on them.

7. Dodital – Darwa Pass Trek, Uttrakhand

Resting in the Garhwal ranges of Uttarakhand, Dodital is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Ganesha and is often referred to as the beginner’s and travelers to try. You’ll be climbing through dense Himalayan forests of pine and oak trees, lush green meadows and reaching the beautiful Dodital Lake. From there you’ll walk towards the remarkable Darwa Pass. This trek is the most preferred trek in the month of November due to unparallel scenery that it treats your eyes with after reaching the peak of Dodital. You’ll get a complete view of Dhauladhar ranges once you’ll reach the peak.

Hiking in November can be best done in the northeastern parts of the Indian subcontinent as there you’ll be able to best experience the most wonderful of seasons, that is autumn or technically said, post-monsoon. The showery light breeze touching your face will make you forget about all kind of coldness and struggles of your life.