What to do on extended weekends???

Looking for what to do over those extended weekends. Worry not, as we got the perfect solution for you. Check out these itineraries of north India and choose the ones that suits you best 🙂

Skiing in Auli

The 3 km long slopes of Auli offers one of the best ski experience for travelers. Along with this the state of art ski- and chair-lifts gives you a 360 degree panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayas.

Dates: 11th and 12th March

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Kids and adults, equally enjoying skiing in Auli

 Winter Kuari Pass Trek

One of the most sought after snow treks, Winter Kuari pass trek gives you a chance to view the impressive skyline of the mighty mountains (Kamet (7756m), Trishul (7120m), Chaukhamba (7128m) and the great divine peak of Nanda Devi (7817m) and its twin Nanda Devi East (7434m)) from close quarters.

Dates: 11th & 12th March and 8th & 15th April.

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View of the Himalayan ranges during the trek

Tour of Spiti Valley

This route takes you through the most scenic of places in Himachal Pradesh. This trip starts from Shimla and takes you to the very scenic land of Kinnaur and Kaza, the beautiful cold dry desert. We make our way through winding roads and the backdrop of Kalpa is jaw dropping with the peaks of Kinnaur Kailash looking over the village. As we move from Kinnaur to Kaza the landscape changes to a typical Spiti valley terrain. This is indeed one of the best circuits to cover in Himachal Pradesh.

Dates: Available on request

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Road to heaven

Rafting and Camping in Rishikesh

The longest river in India also creates a unique opportunity for adrenaline rush for a very short distance. Rishikesh has become a landmark for white water rafting because of the varieties of rapids it creates for rafting purpose. At one place it can be calm and on the other it can turn you, your crew and the raft upside down. If you like to live on the edge then the rafting stint at Rishikesh should be a must in your to-do list.

Along with rafting enjoy the jungle camps where you can engage in additional activities like beach volleyball, cliff jumping and body surfing. At night, have a peaceful bon-fire along riverside.

Dates Available: All weekends and any other day you want to hang out with your group.

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Kids enjoying a game of cricket at camping ground

Beas kund Trek

The 15 km trek takes you from Manali to Beas Kund glacier, the birth place of Beas River. The trek takes one across Solang Valley which is a famous paragliding spot. To reach Beas Kund you will have to cross lush green meadows and glaciers. The tracks are easy to walk on and while crossing the meadows you can run around like a free spirit. You get surrounded by snow capped mountains and the cold breeze from the ranges clams one down after the end of each day.

Dates available: 10th & 11th March & 8th & 14th April

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View of Beas Kund

Kedarkantha Trek

A relatively easy trail with a mesmerizing view of the snow-capped ranges surrounding the trail is gaining fame among first time trekkers. The trail of the trek changes from a lush green ground with vivid exotic flowers and pine tree covers to cooler areas with frozen lakes and snow-covered path. This kind of variation is seen in very few trekking trails. This experience is available for a just three months and to grab the opportunity again you will have to wait for another year.

Dates available: 8th, 9th and 15th April

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Camping Site

Indrahar Pass

Indrahar Pass located at a towering height of 4,324 meters above sea level is a high mountain pass that connects the town of Mcleodganj to Chamba Valley. It is located in the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh and is one of the most sought after treks because of its closeness to the town of Dharmshala.

Dates Available: 10th & 11th March & 8th & 14th April

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Cattle feeding on the meadow

Chopta Chandrashila Trek

The mini-Switzerland of the Himalayas, Chopta is situated at the heights of 2700 metre. River Mandakini flows on its one side and lush green oak forest covers it from the other. It gets wrapped in snow during winters. Thus, making this little hill station a major attraction for people looking for a peaceful retreat with breath-taking scenic view. The area is also rick in flora and fauna. If you are lucky you can get a sight of wild cats and deer. Rhododendron and Deodar trees fill the area with pleasant aroma. For trekkers, the valley has multiple folds of destinations where they can trek and explore the nature the Chopta valley and its surrounding area.

Dates Available: 8th, 9th, 13th and 15th April

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The are many more adventurous and exotic destinations waiting for you to explore them and take back the experience of the lifetime. To know more, visit our website Travelroach and explore all year long 🙂