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Best Mountain Climbing Destinations in India

10 Best Mountain Climbing Destinations in India

Since time immemorial, Mountain climbing or mountaineering has been an interesting adventure sport that is undertaken by people from all over the world.

Mountain Climbing does offer a solitary break from the monotonous routine life of a person. So, its something which nobody says ‘NO’ to ever. It’s a sport that people actively participate in, all around the year in every season. Now I want to relate you with some of the most interesting places in India, which are considered as the best places for one to explore their wilderness through mountain climbing.

Now I want to relate you with some of the most interesting places in India, which are considered as the best places for one to explore their wilderness through mountain climbing.

Here is the list of 10 best mountain climbing destinations in India:

  1. Mountains of Parvati Valley (Himachal Pradesh)

    Situated in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, at the confluence of the Parvati River with the River Beas, provides an enthralling view not just of both the great Indian rivers but it does satisfy your mountain climbing urge within.

    It’s usually referred to as a paradise by mountaineers or trekkers who visit here each year. Parvati valley offers you a lush green landscape with steep slopes, suitable for trekking. So, now is the time, if you find yourself alone, make a solo trip to the valley for a spiritual experience.

  2. Beautiful Mountains of Miyar Valley (Himachal Pradesh)

    Miyar Valley offers you the best of Ladakh and Himachal. In the remote region hangs a valley of breath-taking beautiful flowers. Till today Miyar valley has escaped the crowds of trekkers, hence the cleanliness of the entire trail will leave you astounded.

    Miyar Valley gifts you verdant green meadows and stark brown alpine rocks and the transformation will leave you astonished and this mountain climbing experience would be something you will cherish throughout your busy life.

    Read Also: 10 Hill Stations Near Delhi Within 300 km

  3. Mountain Climbing in Sar pass (Himachal Pradesh)

    While trekking, across the path from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Ridge, one has to pass by a small, frozen lake, Sar and hence the name Sar Pass Trek. Located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, one will discover a moderate weather to explore around the geographical location, a place of meadows, alpine forests and snow-clad Himalayan Mountain View ads on to the beauty of the place.

    Climb to the summit of Sar Pass at 13,799 feet for stunning views and an experience for the lifetime.

  4. Rock Climbing in “Shey Rock” (Jammu and Kashmir)

    If you are visiting Leh Or Ladakh, You should definitely not miss out on this beautiful place on the northern side of the Shey village, Yes this is the Shey Rock! Situated at an altitude of 3500 ft. above the sea level, trekking can be done over the beautiful astonishing arrangements of the rocks, in the summer as the weather is much favorable then.

    Although possessing a lot of potential this area has not been explored much, hence full of serenity, so if you are finding a place for mental peace and self-resurrection, Shey Rock is the place for you!

  5. Trekking in Madhugiri (Karnataka)

    Madhugiri, in the Tumkur district in the State of Karnataka, is known as the second-largest monolith in entire Asia. Madhugiri is famous for the Madhugiri Fort which is flocked by people all around the year curious about the historical secrets of the place.

    Made up of beautiful structural rocks, Madhugiri welcomes trekkers from all over the globe. Although being steep the rocks aren’t hard to climb as handlebars are provided to support the climb.

  6. Peaks of Pythal Mala (Kerala)

    Pythal Mala, an enchanting hill station is situated 4,500 ft. above sea level near the Kerala – Karnataka border. This hill station rich in flora and fauna requires a 6km climb to reach the top of the mountains. From the top one can enjoy serene views of the cloud covering green mountain tops and green forests and grasslands.

    Moreover, you can discover the rich greenery of the Coorg Mountains surrounding it and a watchtower also adds-up to the curiosity regarding the place. Pythal Mala is known as the heaven for a photographer.

    Also Read: 15 Honeymoon Spots in Kerala

  7. Reach the Top of Savanadurga (Karnataka)

    The largest single rock formation in the whole of Asia? Yes, this is Savanadurga. It comprises of two hills, Billigudda (white hill) and Karigudda (black hill) and has a temple situated at the foothills. After reaching the top you can have a glimpse of the Arkavathi river flowing below.

    Savanadurga is the best place for camping as it provides a serene ambiance throughout. If you are an adventure enthusiast, Savandurga will help to ignite your enthusiasm.

  8. Rock Climbing in Ramnagar (Karnataka)

    Ramnagar or Ramanagara hills are very popular for rock climbing in the Southern India. It’s also the same place where the movie “Sholay” was shot. Ramnagar is one of nature’s parts that is untouched yet, hilly landscapes and wide-open spaces offer tourists a place to quench their thirst for camping as well as trekking.

  9. Trekking in Malshej Ghat (Maharashtra)

    A hiker, trekker and a nature lover will quench all his wilderness in this beautiful hill station with its numerous lakes, waterfalls, and mountains.

    A paradise of natural beauty Malshej Ghat, situated miles away from the daily hustle-bustle of city life comprises the number of waterfalls, beautifully structured dams and also Historical Forts. This place is ideal for photography as this is the home to a myriad of bird species.

    Also Read: 10 Picnic Spots Near Indore

  10. Mountaineering in Nanda Devi (Uttarakhand)

    Last but not least Nanda Devi in the highest peak in the Indian Garhwali Himalaya. The mountain has two summits, the main summit at 7816m (25,643ft) and Nanda Devi East at 7434m (24,389ft). In the region of Nanda Devi One can find the very famous Nanda Devi National Park That has a mystical spread of flora and fauna.

    Nanda Devi peaks satisfy every mountaineer that comes here for trekking or camping, with its beautiful view of green forests and thick glaciers of the Himalayas.

Apart from Mountain Climbing, Adventure does not have to be about thrill-seeking activities like parachute jumping, water rafting or bungee jumping. It can just be about exploring your inner peace with beautiful destinations at a comparatively lower budget. Yes, it will be Nostalgic!!!

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