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What are the most popular, best, and scariest treks in India?

Published On 01 Mar 2020 by Oshank Soni

Trekking is an adventurous experience to have with friends and family. But for those who want an adverse adventure that is both mentally and physically challenging, here is a list of India?s most dangerous trekking spots:

? Rupin Pass Trek (Uttarakhand): Having a maximum elevation of 4,650 meters, this trek has narrow trails and the fear of rocks falling from the above. It has some very sharp mountain folds and steep peaks.

? Chadar Trek (Ladakh, J&K): it is located around the frozen Zanskar River. The adverse temperature, dropping till -30 degrees, make this trek super challenging. The maximum elevation of Chadar trek is 3,390 meters.

? Lamkhaga Pass Trek (Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh): the trek challenges a highly steep path at a height of 5,200 meters. It has adverse conditions and eerie pathways which make this place a scary trekking spot.

? Roop Kund Trek (Uttarakhand): the climate keeps changing around this trekking trail. The trail leads the trekkers to the infamous ?Roop Kund’ skeletal lake. It is situated at a height of 16,000 feet. The thin atmosphere and a spooky background make it one of the scariest treks of India.

  1. Oshank Soni : Co-Founder at Trekmunk. Has travelled to 28 Indian States, has led more than 50 high altitude treks in the Indian Himalayas. He is an Investment Banker by profession but a traveller by passion. He has led treks in Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Sikkim and Nepal. He is a NOLS certified First Aid Responder. Chasing the sun is his full-time job, a Storyteller, Travel photographer and Videographer at Insane Traveller Productions.

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