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8 Adventurous Trekking Trails to Take with Friends

Feeling short of some adventure in your boring life? Here are some of the best spots to go hiking with friends as per Holiday IQ travellers.

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Winnie Karnik says, “A trek of moderate grade that has stunning views Overview: Maximum altitude: 14,500 ft.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Swapan Das shares, “Nearer to the 'Abode of Gods' - Rohtang Pass Reaching Rohtang Pass Zero Point, it seemed we had been at Khilanmarg in J&K. All around us, there was milky white snow and snow.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Nikhil George says, “Best trekking place for beginners Yes it is worth trekking the Rohtang Pass! First of all the place is less risky, so I suggest it for beginners... You will get the best panorama of Himalayan Plains. Best time to visit in April.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kamal Rao adds, “Baldly is just 15km from Sonamarg. Baldly is the 2nd entry point for Amarnath yatra. 1st one is Pahalgam. There is nothing special in this place. This place became active during the month of July and mid-August due to start of Amarnath yatra. During this time only those one are allowed at this place who are going to visit the holy cave with registration card. It means this is not a tourist spot this place is concerned with devotees of. Lord Shiva. Baldly .. Food, clothes, shoes, little bit trekking gear. Non-veg and whiskey are not allowed at this place during the yatra. During Amarnath yatra Baldly became a very busy place mix with a lot of dust on roads, ponies, a lot of locals and traffic. The landscape  of Baldly is very beautiful.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Akshaya Patil shares, “A small hamlet from the fairyland A small hamlet on the info-Tibet border, full of beautiful vistas and panoramas. It is said to be the last village on the info-Tibet border. Indo- Tibet border is around 70 to 80 km from this place so you can actually see the border. You can see a lot of farming happening over here. It feels like some Bollywood film location. We visited a local school in chitkul, it was so small about a size of a 1BHk apartment. The kids were amused to see us, it was a very nice experience to interact with those kids and teachers. There may be some trekking trails around this village. Just sitting idling alongside the river soaking in the aura of this place is the only thing I wish to do again.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shrikant Vaidya adds, “The best Beach for Watersports This is the best beach in the Island for water sports. The clear waters enable Snorkelling and Scuba to a greater extent than at any other beaches. Also the boatmen are very friendly and helpful. Do remember being generous to them. There are 2 ways of reaching the beach. First and the most widely followed is from the Jetty, 20 minutes by boat. And the second is trekking. While on your way to Radhanagar Beach, you will find a board to your right saying Elephant Beach 1. 8 km. This way is for the adventure lovers but be careful for the soil here may be muddy. To put everything together, a must visit and gem of a beach.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia shares, “Beneath the falls I was here with my friends on 12 March 2017. Hebbe Falls has situated about 10 km away from the famous hill station Kemmangundi(around 44 Km from Chikmagalur Town) in Karnataka, India.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishitha K N adds, “Must visit Mullayanagiri is an awesome place. It is one of the highest peaks in Karnataka. This place is best for trekking.View from the top of Mullayanagiri hills is very beautiful and awesome.But we have to walk a lot to reach the top of the hill. This is a must go place.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Salil car shares, “Wonderful place and worth the visit It's worth visit. Can do some trekking. Wonderful climate. Good for ones who love nature and photography. Carry a pair of trekking shoes and water bottles.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sreejesh Suresh adds, “Awesome landscape and a 360-degree view from the top One needs to leave the vehicles and trek for few kilometres on foot to get here. But it's rewarding, the view from the top is breathtaking, you can see the entire mountain range from here and also spot some Tigers and Leopards on the way. Though the entire mountain is always cold and chilling this part is very sunny and hot during the day. So carry some water bottles with you and use them to make some noise near the thick plant growth, to avoid sudden surprise to wild animals who might be hiding there. We were there at the day night, even though the sunset from there would be awesome, it is recommended to return before sunset as the trekking route is dangerous and sometimes near the edge of the mountain.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sumit Kumar shares, “An awesome skiing and sightseeing destination We visited Auli in the first week of February. Sightseeing- You get beautiful panoramic views of the Himalayas from the top. Trekking- There is a separate route for trekking so you will enjoy trekking if you are up to it :) Advice to travellers: Temperature may dip as low as -1deg to 0 deg, so go prepared with your winter gear. Those who like visiting hills, trekking, adventure sports will like this place. This place is not crowded as Shimla or Manali but you will definitely like it here. Avoid carrying heavy bags as you will have to go up the hill from Joshimath, so just carry a light bag with essentials like a water bottle, eateries. Overall it was a nice place to visit and moreover the road trip experience was rejuvenating.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer ram k says, “Carry good amount of water and food before trekking to the place This place happens to be very near to my native place but went many times. This place is around 20 km from Guntur. We reached the place through NH5 and took right at Boyapalem Junction. An alternative route is through Guntur-Kurnool road and has to divert at Phirangipuram. The place is having a fort built by Reddy dynasty and just now Ghat Road is being developed to reach the Hilltop. The place has many scenic views around and a great spot to have pictures. At the foot of the hills, ISKCON is developing, Lord Sri Krishna temple by focussing Lord Krishna's idol during childhood with butter in his mouth. ” Read Full Review

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