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Top 6 summer treks to try in 2023 – Specially Picked by Moustache

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With the summer around the corner, all one can think of is snow-capped mountains and into the shades of majestic hills. And what is better than trekking into one of the Himalayan Ranges as your summer trek option. With the Moustache list of best summer treks in India, we offer a complete trekking package for beginners, amateurs, and professionals to have the best trek experience in India.

Here’s the list of treks in summer:

Beas Kund Trek

The Beas Kund Trek itinerary follows through vast open fields with lush green meadows. Named after the famous sage, Vyas (Beas River in Hindi), this high altitude mountain lake is astounded with glaciers, lies with an approx. Beas Kund trek distance of 20 Kms. The Beas Kund trek itinerary covers a riverside camping experience in the middle of meadows near the Beas river. A perfect spot for stargazing. And, with the shifting of seasons at the valley, the beauty of the Beas Kund trail also shifts green meadows to a white sheet of snow. As during the winters, the entire valley is a replica of the Kashmir Valley, with a trail through snow and to the frozen Beas Kund. Enjoy the snow and enjoy the views from and around the lake. It is a perfect spot to glimpse some of the famous Himalayan Peaks like- the Friendship peak, Shitidhar, Ladakhi, and Hanuman Tibba peaks, on a pleasant and clear day.

Bhrigu Lake Trek

Located at an altitude of 14,100 ft. The Bhrigu Lake trek offers a serene and panoramic view of the high altitude mountain lake. The moderately easy Bhrigu Lake Trek requires a medium level of fitness to the thrill this trek has to offer. The Bhrigu Lake Trek itinerary is followed by the tranquil beauty of the vast and open meadows. Described as one of the peaceful treks, the Bhrigu trek trail journeys through calming views of the Dhauladhar range such as Hanuman Tibba (Highest peak in Dhauladhar range 5928 Meter), Manali peak, and Friendship Peak. As one of the sacred treks among the Hindus, the Bhrigu Lake is believed to be the spot where the Hindu Rishi Bhrigu used to meditate. Thus, the water of the Bhrigu lake is also holy. During winters, the Bhrigu Lake glistens with a thin layer of snow, as its temperature falls enough to freeze the entire lake so that you can even try walking over it. So this is also one of the best Summer Treks.

Buran Ghati Trek

Imagine walking into a vast land filled with yellow flowers or camping over a cliff on a barren mountain. Situated deep into the Himalayas, Buran Pass Trekking offers you way more than any other trek, with an experience truly into paradise. The trail to the Buran Ghati Pass is accompanied by all sorts of natural beauty and bumpy adventures and is filled with exciting challenges. Following through the dense forest and astonishing snow capped mountains, the trail to Buran Ghati gives you a glimpse of the serene beauty of Chandranahan Lake. The meadows are the center of attraction at the Buran Ghati. Vast green meadows filled with colorful wildflowers. So this is also one of the best Summer Treks.

Kedartal Trek

Kedartal Trek journeys through some of the most important mythological spots in Hinduism. This high-altitude Himalayan trek takes you on a trip to one of the most beautiful glacial lakes and lets you glance at the majestic Mt. Thalay Sagar. The second most beautiful peak in the Himalayan range. Experience camping near the Kedartal Lake, the source of Kedar Ganga fuelled by Thalaysagar, Bhrigupanth, Meru, and many other surrounding peaks. The fun fact about the Kedar Ganga is that; as per the Hindu fact, the river was Shiva’s contribution to the Bhagirath for his noble cause. And, if you are not moved by listening to this, you sure will move glancing at the beauty of the Kedartal Lake. The beauty of the entire lake doubles when it reflects the beauty of these majestic peaks on its surface during the day and brings the night sky on the earthly plain during the night. Truly mesmerize to watch. The trail travels through glacial debris and dense forests of the paper trees or the BhojPatra Trees. The same tree whose leaves are used to write scripture in ancient times. Finally, the trek is filled with adventure and thrills at each point of the trail and is suitable for all trekkers with fit health status and having a prior trekking experience. So this is also one of the best Summer Treks.

Gaumukh Tapovan Trek

Gaumukh Tapovan trek is one of the oldest and the most beautiful treks in India. With a journey to the source of the holiest river of the nation, Gaumukh Tapovan Trek gives you a glimpse of Gaumukh. Appears like a wide black hole in the glacier, Gaumukh is a large hollow opening which is translated as the ‘Cow’s Mouth’. Trailing through the Gangotri National Park, the Gaumukh Tapovan Trek journeys through various clear streams via beautiful dense forests of oak and pine. Filled with vibrant flora and fauna, the Gaumukh Tapovan Trek reaches the high altitude grassland, Tapovan with emerald green Tapovan Lake. Witness the majestic beauty of Mt. Shivling and Bhagirathi sisters, leaving you with the feeling of self-actualization by the end of the Gomukh Tapovan Trek.

Dayara Bugyal Trek

Welcome to Nature’s Own Garden, Dayara Bugyal. Located at a maximum altitude of 12,057 ft. Dayara Bugyal is described as a vast landscape with natural green grassland and seasonal flowers. The entire Dayara Bugyal is nestled with views of some of the amazing Himalayan peaks. Peaks such as Mt. Bandarpunch, Garhwal Himalayas, Mt. Jaunli, and DKD2 including the peaks of Nanda Devi, Swargrohini, Gangotri Range, and Yamunotri Range. Being one of the famous trekking and camping spots, the Dayara Bugyal trek is followed through the forest of oak, maple, and walnut trees along with the trail of deodar and rhododendron trees. Not to mention the Bugyal is rich in numerous flora and fauna. The Dayara Bugyal trek is open throughout the year except during the monsoon. And, because of this reason, the trekkers encounter a different view of Dayara Bugyal in different seasons. Blooming with colorful wildflowers and greenery everywhere, the Dayara Bugyal completely immerses itself into a white-washed look. Which makes it a perfect spot for performing skiing and other mountaineering activities. Experience trekking through some of the enchanting and aromatic forest trails filled with clusters of exotic birds and camping under the ink-blue sky with Moustache’s alpine dome tents on a sharing basis. Only with Moustache’s Dayara Bugyal Trek. So this is also one of the best Summer Treks.

Things to carry while Trekking-

  • Backpack
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Maps and compass
  • Headlamps
  • First-aid kits
  • Plenty of water
  • Fire starter and matchsticks
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Things to avoid while trekking-
  • Don’t get processed food.
  • Don’t consume recklessly.
  • Don’t waste water.
  • Don’t be a irresponsible Trekker. Take your garbage back.
  • Don’t over pack your backpack.
  • Try to use eco-friendly stuff.

So this is the blog about Summer Treks of Moustache Escapes. Mother Nature has blessed us with beautiful Himalayas which is almost 5000 years old but still standing like a bold soldier. While doing treks we must keep in mind that if we harm the mountains by using plastic and dumping the waste there then indirectly we are harming ourselves. So, be a responsible trekker and try to save our mountains and of course our environment because we know how much trekkers love the mountains. Have a safe and happy Trekking!!