1. Prashar Lake trek
Encompassed by the Dhauladhar ranges in Kullu Valley is a blue-water lake called Prashar. Prashar Lake is a well-kept mystery in the Mandi region of Himachal Pradesh. The trek completes an enchanting trail a timberland and a few rivulets. In the mean time, one can appreciate the nearby culture as the trail goes through villages as well. The trek offers a 180 degree perspective of the Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal and Kinnaur mountain ranges.
2. Bhrigu Lake trek
Bhrigu Lake is a lovely cold lake between two high elevation edges, east of Rohtang Pass. You can take an overnight transport from Delhi to Manali. Only 24 km from Manali, a trails keeps running up from Gulaba to a wonderful lake that is solidified in winter. The momentous thing about this trek is that one can achieve a noteworthy height of 14,000 ft and experience snow over only three days of trekking!
3. Kuppar Bughyal: Valley of Forests Trek
A delightful trek in the Pabbar Valley in the Shimla locale is the place where the green peaceful ground of Kuppar dwells. The unlimited breadths of deodar, coniferous and deciduous backwoods are overwhelming and the woods trail is clamors with crude beauty. The Kuppar Peak (10,500 feet) is a 18 km trek from Khada Pathar to the best and back. From the best, you get a delightful view of Pabbar Valley and Himalayan tops from Kinnaur to Chanshal Valley.
4. Triund : The Meadows of Dhauladhar Trek
Located 18 km from Dharmshala, Triund makes for an alluring destination with well-defined characterized trails giving stunning view of the whole Kangra valley. You can book online for a transport from Delhi to Mcleodganj. The trek from Mcleodganj to Triund is a lofty climb of more than 1,100 meters. The town of McLeodganj (otherwise called little Lhasa) is agrand opportunity to encounter the vibrant Tibetan culture. On the off chance that you have a day to save, take a stab at trekking from Triund till Lahesh Cave and investigate the knolls underneath Indrahar Pass.
5. Bijli Mahadev to Naggar: The Electric Hill Trek
Situated over Mathan slopes is the amazing Bijli Mahadev sanctuary. A 15 km approach by foot from Kullu town to the highest point of this lightning slope is an involvement in itself. The genuine appeal of the trek lies in the inside of Kais Wildlife Sanctuary in the event that you take the trail from Bijli Mahadev to Naggar. The sylvan surroundings of the calm valley are mesmerizing, with a wide cluster of thick deodar and pine woods. As you leave the valley and achieve Naggar, you might be hit with the realization that this is an extremely fulfilling and worthwhile trek.