Trekking in Uttarakhand
Trekking in Uttarakhand which is home to four of the most important destinations in Hindu Pilgrim circuit. For that Uttarakhand is revered as the true ‘Abode of the Gods’. Thousands of Hindu devotees visit “Char Dham” Yamunotri, Gangortri, Kedarnath and Badrinath every year.
Trekking in Uttarakhan: Weather Observation
The most of the Shivalik ranges of Uttarakhand subject to the heavy monsoon rains. We consider 29th June as the end of pre monsoon season for trekking. From beginning of July and mid September considered monsoon season and trekking during activities should be avoided until unless you are an experience trekker and know the pros and cons of trekking in Monsoon. Post monsoon season for trekking is from mid September to late October during this period meadows are lush green, clear blue skies and breathtaking view high Himalayan ranges. During winter there are heavy snowfall so one should preclude long treks but shorter trek through knee depth are an experience in itself. Snow starts to melt in early May to reopen the trekking trails or passes.