Some Difficult Dare Devil Treks In India For An Avid Adventure Junkie

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Published by Vijay Singh on 30 Jun 2018

There are many people who are extremely adventurous and loves to indulge in some dare devil activities which give them adrenaline rush. In fact, we all have one friend who is like this and often seen doing such stunts which takes our breath away.

We are sure many among us must have gone for trekking. It is one of the coolest activities one can try once in a lifetime. But going on trek isn’t easy as it has a lot of risks which can cause you severe injuries and even loss of life if proper precautions are not taken.

So, here is the list of 8 most dangerous treks in India which every adventurous person should try once. Take a look at it here:

  1. Audens Col Trek – Bhinlgana Range

It is a mountain pass that connects with Jogin I and Gangotri III peaks. The trail begins from the Gangotri and climbs on the first day of Nala Camp. The people who go on the trek here make their way throughout the pine and birch forests of Garhwal.

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The duration for this trek is 15 days and it is located at the altitude of 5490M.

  1. Rupin Pass Trek – Rupin Pass, Himachal Pradesh, India

Rupin Pass Trek will have eerie trails which are dug out of rock faces and swaying wooden bridges cut through deep dark folds in the mountains, glaciers, and over snow fields.

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The duration of this trek is 7 days and it is located at the altitude of 4650M.

  1. Pin Parvati Pass

This trek is one of the most challenging and adventurous trek. It will require a high amount of physical strength and mental strength. Some of the challenge that trekkers face during their expedition is a difficult gradient, a steep incline, rough terrain, snow and glaciers and ill-defined trails.

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The duration of the trek is 11 days and it is located at the altitude of 5319M.

  1. Stok Kangro Trek – Jammu & Kashmir

This is the most beautiful trek in India as it will take you to India’s highest trekking summit. What make it one of the most dangerous and toughest journeys are the high altitude, steep ascent, oxygen deficiency, dry terrain, and crossing glaciers and rivers with a current that can sweep you away with it.

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The duration of the trek is 9 days and it is located at the altitude of 6153M.

  1. Goecha La – Sikkim

It is quite a unique place which many people wish to explore. There will be a steady climb on the trail before the trek begins from Yuksom. In the opaque rhododendron forests, scraping fields of Dzongri to the strange Samiti Lake, this trek in Sikkim shows you a purely unique side of the Himalayan region.

The duration of the trek is 10 days and it is located at the altitude of 4940M.

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So folks, when are you planning to explore one of these? Share your views with us in comments.

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