Himachal Vacation Travel News
MANALI: After being covered under thick blanket of snows for a long time, all the famous trekking routes of Himachal Pradesh have finally given way to the international trekkers. Isolated mountains of Himalayas are tweeting with the movement of trekkers again after eight months.
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Having supporters abroad, Negi’s Himalayan Adventure and hostel is a leading rescue operation operator in the state which has rescued dozens of Indian and foreign trekkers in past three decades. Negi has been awarded by Israel embassy for safe rescue of their nationals. “The inhospitable terrains of Himalayas are attracting more and more trekkers every year. Depending upon the degree of difficulty, a trek route in Himachal can lead to a month long wild journey,” he said.
Most of the trekking routes of Himachal cross through mountains with height more than 15,000 feet and remain snow covered year round. The unsteady snow being dangerous for amateurs, the normal movement begins only after summers. According to reports from adventure activity providers, beginning of the season is very good. Monsoon is at its best but trekkers believe rains can only enhance their thrill and will not spoil the season.
People from France, Japan, Italy, Israel, England and Germany are the main customers who want to scale the new peaks every time. “Himachal has some of the challenging trekking routes of the world. Not only adventure enthusiasts but some wild life lovers and photographers also prefer long wild treks,” sources said.