- Kalka – Kasauli trek:
Distance from Delhi: 290 km
Visit this colonial hill station in Solan district in Himachal Pradesh, and you can indulge in trekking in Kasauli in the lap of the great Himalayas. Situated around 6500 feet above sea level, there is no limit to the diversity it offers, including treks of varying difficulty levels. Kalka, Jabli and Garkhal are some of the amazing treks that should not be missed while trekking in Kasauli.
Distance from Delhi: 248 km
Best season: Throughout the year
Landsdowne is a beautiful erstwhile British garrison and calls to the those who keep claiming that the mountains speak to them. Treks to Tiffin Top and Snow View Point are not difficult and offer a remarkable sunset view. If you’ve got a weekend, this one is comfortably doable! This experience defines trekking near Delhi.
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- Benog Tibba:
Distance from Delhi: 300 km
The trek is nearest to Mussourie. The Benog Tibba trek is in the Benog Mountain Quail sanctuary, so it’s a must visit for thrill seekers and bird lovers. The trail passes through the famous Kempty Falls, and the hills are a home to a rare species of mountain goat called ‘Ghoral’. If that stuff doesn’t excite you, then maybe this will: it’s an amazing and extremely romantic camping destination!
- Nag Tibba Trek :
Distance from Delhi: 260 km
Nag Tibba is one of the best weekend treks near Delhi. It is the highest peak in the Nag Tibba range of the Garhwal Himalayas. The trek explores the rich flora and fauna of the range, and the amazing splendor of the ‘Bandarpooch peak’, the Kedarnath peaks and the Gangotri group of peaks.
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- Churdhar Trek:
Distance from Delhi: 370 km
This trek is a night’s drive away from Delhi and tends to be a favourite among Delhi’s nature enthusiasts and Instagram influencers. This trek is lined with green pastures, open meadows and endless peace. The highest mountain peak of Shivalik Himalayan range, Churdhar has patches of steep and moderate inclines. The difficulty level is extremely moderate. We recommend you definitely check this out on your next weekend trip.
- Bhadraj Hill:
Distance from Delhi: 332 km
This trekking route will offer you the picturesque juxtaposition between the northern and the southern slopes, with the northern slope offering you forests and the southern slopes enthralling you with open grassland. This trail is highly used by trekking enthusiasts, and the best season to visit is post-monsoon—although it’s open throughout the year.
- Mori, Uttarakhand:
Distance from Delhi: 385 km
This little place with the history of Kauravas and Pandavas from the epic Mahabharata, is one of the most beautiful places in Uttarakhand and one of the lesser known treks near Delhi. But we strongly recommend you check it out for the lack of tourists and quietness. The solace that its green hills can offer you is hard to describe.
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