Trek Trails from Rishikesh

Treks are the perfect way to spend some quiet time in the snow, away from the commotion of cities. Rishikesh is a trekking hub from where several famous trekking trails begin. If you were wondering which one you should go on, we are here to help you! Rishikesh is also home to Neemrana’s Glasshouse on the Ganges. You can stay in our premium tree top rooms and recharge yourself before embarking on, or rejuvenate after returning from your trek in Rishikesh. So pack your bags and come on a delightful trip to great heights!

Nag Tibba Trek
The Nag Tibba trek is a short and easy one that can be enjoyed by amateur trekkers. The highest point of the trek is 10,000 ft. above sea level, on the Serpent’s Peak. It is often included on the list of most famous treks in Uttarakhand. On this trek, you can bask in the views of the great Himalayas on the side of the Yamunotri glacier. Many peaks are visible on this route including Bandarpoonch Range, Kedarkantha, Chanabang, Black Peak, Srikanth and many more. The trail is itself dotted with beautiful flora such as oak trees and rhododendrons. It usually takes a maximum of 3 days and 2 nights. If the weather is clear, with negligible cloud cover, you can gaze at the glimmering lights of Mussoorie.

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Chopta Chandrashila Trek

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced trekker, the Chopta Chandrashila Trek will mesmerize you with its striking views of the expansive landscape. This short trek originates at Rishikesh and will take you to the Chandrashila summit, at a height of 13,000 ft. above sea level. On your journey, you will pass through the hill station of Chopta. Here you can experience lush greenery teeming with natural flora and fauna. This hill station is often referred to as the “Switzerland of India”, owing to its rolling meadows. Once you reach the highest point of the trek, you will find yourself surrounded by the famous peaks of the Himalayas such as Nanda Devi, Trishul, and Chaukhamba.

 


Chopta Tungnath and Madmaheshwar Trek

The Chopta Tungnath and Madmaheshwar trek near Rishikesh, is yet another enthralling trip up the mountains. This 4D/3N night trek takes you on a winding course through the Garhwal Himalayas and grants an unparalleled experience. While advanced trekkers can easily cruise through the route, the trek is also comparatively easy for beginners. The roughly carved path courses through thick vegetation and opens up to magnificent views of the Himalayas. Moreover, the camping sites on this route are exceptionally striking, gracing patrons to breath-taking sunrises every morning.

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Rupin Pass Trek

Rupin Pass trek is for more experienced trekkers and is labelled as a moderate to difficult trek. The Rupin river is a constant companion on this trail despite its many appearances. Rupin Waterfall is a sight to behold, and the campsites are set up to give you the best views of the same. Located in the Garhwal Himalayas, this trek takes you up to a shocking height of 15,380 ft. above sea level. At every turn, you are welcomed by stunning views of the Kinnaur Kailash Mountain Range.