Monsoon is one of the best seasons to visit as you get to experience the true colors of nature while traveling. The sight of the green mixed with the earthy smell acts as a medicine for your spirit – stokes your appetite further. Though there are many places where trekking in monsoon would be tough, but the natural beauty of that place will be worth that sweat. The rain storms breathe the rich vegetation in these hills, giving breathtaking views to the travelers. With dense vegetation and lush green meadows, the hills are at their brightest and brightest during the rainy season. The hills are rarely as beautiful as they are during the monsoon season. You will be mesmerized by the immense beauty of the picturesque Monsoon Himalayan Trek. However, you must know where to go. August and September, the peak monsoon months in our country.
BEAS KUND, HIMACHAL PRADESH:-
This place beas kund is very close to Manali and has been a popular place for trekking as well as you trek close to some of the biggest mountains of Manali during the journey. You will find most of the grand peaks like Friendship Peak, Hanuman Tibba, Shitidhar, and Seven Sisters side by side. Monsoon season can make this trek a bit difficult but you will definitely enjoy the scenery. Also,it will be a short duration trek and will not be too difficult.
Have you ever thought of visiting the beautiful Western Ghats? But you must not dare to believe that trekking in Western Ghats is a piece of cake as the stretch called‘ Cobra Hood’ of Harishchandraghat trek is tough. This is one of the toughest monsoon treks in India. Be mesmerized by the photographic beauty of the valley and the Konkan Khad here. You can see the stone age caves (Kedareshwar Caves) with its three broken pillars where legend has it that the earth will end if the fourth pillar is broken. So why choose this trek in monsoon? This is because this place offers you natural beauty in monsoons .Exploring the caves in the rain will make you feel relaxed and at peace.
VALLEY OF FLOWERS, UTTARAKHAND:-
Now this place really tops my list of monsoon treks because of its sheer beauty, for which it has been listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Monsoon rains enchanted this valley by decorating it with colorful sheets of flowers thus making the view mesmerizing. The wonderful weather is an added bonus to the multicolored scenery. You can always spot colorful butterflies, birds and animals like musk deer.
Sinhagad is a hill fort which offers you a wonderful trek experience along with a perfect picnic spot. The beautiful view of sunrise and sunset from this fort is worth seeing. It blows you away with the beautiful range of mountains and hills. The monsoon season will make this place even more attractive and it will have lush green views. The royal fort with its eerie thunder also offers a haunted fort experience.
KASHMIR GREAT LAKES,JAMMU & KASHMIR:-
We usually think of Kashmir as a very cold place, but there are more beautiful secrets hidden in it. In the Kashmir Great Lakes trek, we can see seven alpine lakes, no less. The The best aspect is that each lake has its own distinct beauty to talk about. The rainy season will make this trip even more memorable when you have lush green meadows adorned with colorful flowers all around you. Its freshness is tremendous.
HAMPTA PASS, HIMACHAL PRADESH:-
It is an ideal trek for both novice and skilled trekkers as the Humpta Pass trek is famous for the mesmerizing beauty of the rugged mountains during the monsoon months. This trek will make you experience both lush green and barren landscapes. Kullu will be full of pine forests and apple trees, waterfalls and springs, but as soon as you cross it, the land will dry up and turn gray and brown with barren trails and steep rock walls. You will also see the beautiful Chandratal Lake filled with blue, clear water. Although trekking during the monsoon season will be a bit difficult but you will experience the best of nature’s colors in this beautiful place.
PIN PARVATI TREK,HIMACHAL PRADESH:-
It is an alternative route to the striking Spiti Valley (Jibi).Since Pin Parvati is one of the oldest treks in the Himalayas, it is also known as the ‘Valley of the Gods’. This valley offers mesmerizing views to the trekkers. It is perfect for seasonal trekkers while walking through the jungles of the Great Himalayan National Park. Monsoon season is the best time to visit this valley as the water will be flowing at full speed and you will get to experience the greenery around you at all times with birds chirping to their melodious tune.