Himalayan trekking routes reopen to welcome travellers
JimAndaz.com - India News and Events of India
Advanced Search
 
Regional News RSS Feed
Home > Leisure > Travel > Himalayan trekking routes reopen to welcome travellers
Himalayan trekking routes reopen to welcome travellers
 
Himalayan trekking routes reopen to welcome travellers

Manali: The famous trekking routes of Himachal Pradesh have finally sent a lot of foreign trekkers. Isolated mountains of Himalayas are buzz with activities after eight months.

McLeodganj to Chamba, Pin Parvati, Kinner Kailash, Triund Lake, Sar Pass, Manimahesh, Chanderkhani, Tapri to Kalpa and Chitkul, Deo Tibba, Sangla to Dhamwari, Barang and Doda Kawar, Recongpeo to Nako, Manali to Chandertal and Leh, Kullu to Dharamshala - the routes are ready to thrill adventure enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.

Now, people expect the adventure season would last till late October. Trekker of Parbati valley Chhape Ram Negi, who has explored every corner of Himalayas in the past 30 years, said, "Thousands of adventurers from across the world are out with their equipment, tents and sleeping bags. Heavy snowfall had caused delay in opening of the routes. Though tourists resorts such as Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala and Dalhousie are reporting a lean summer season, we see a good start of the adventure season."
Posted On : 11 Jul 11
Himalayan trekking routes reopen to welcome travellers
Tags | About Us | Sitemap
Copyright © 2009 Jupiter Infomedia Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in whole or in part in any form or medium without the express written permission of Jupiter Infomedia Pvt. Ltd.