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Good Friday Long Weekend Trips and Treks

Team JustWravel
Written by Just Wravel
This year, as we all celebrate Good Friday in the middle week of April, JustWravel brings you some exciting new additions to its trips that’d fascinate you to the core. We’ll take you on road trips & Treks that will make your Good Friday Long Weekend full of memories to cherish forever.
Road Trip To Chitkul 
Itinerary of the Trip:  Trip Details
Starting Point: Delhi
Drop Point: Delhi
Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

The last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan border is Chitkul, around 569 kilometres from Delhi and 24 kilometers from Sangla and is famous for its sunsets, potatoes, apples and the incredible hospitality of the locals.

At 3450m, Chitkul is well over a few mountain tops in Himachal alone that makes it witness very cold winters during which the snow makes the inhabitants move to the lower regions of Himachal.

 

 

Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy
Duration: 3 Days
Kilometers: 28
Highest Altitude: 4000 Mts
Region: Kedarnath, Uttarakhand

Itinerary of the Trek: Trek Details

Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

The locations that we are covering during this Trek are Deoriatal, Chopta, Tungnath, and Chandrashila. Chopta is a small region in Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Tungnath is the highest Shiva Temple in the world, Chandrashila peak is at an altitude of 4000 mts and offers perfect panoramic views of all the remarkable peaks of Uttarakhand such as Kedarnath, Gangotri, Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, Trishul, etc.

One night stay is at Deoriatal and 2nd will be at Chopta.

 

Dayara Bugyal Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Dehradun to Dehradun

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 4 Days
Kilometres: 20
Highest Altitude: 3658 Mts
Region: Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand

Itinerary of the Trek:  Trek Details

Apart from snow clad mountains and forest, Himalayas are also famous for its scenic meadows, also called as Bugyals in local language Uttarakhand. The route to these meadows are also scenic and over the time have become prominent trekking routes. In Uttarakhand, there are several scenic bugyals where one can trek and one such is Dayara Bugyal.

With the last batch returning a few days back, most parts of the trail are covered with snow.

 

Nagtibba Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy
Duration: 2 Days
Kilometers: 20 Kms
Highest Altitude: 3022 Mts
Region: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand

Itinerary of the Trek:  Trek Details

Dates: 20th April – 22nd  April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 19th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

Nag Tibba also called as Serpent’s Peak is the highest peak in the lesser Himalayas in Garhwal region. Situated at a height of 3022 meters above the sea level, the peak offers majestic views of some remarkable peaks such as Swargarohini, Banderpooch, Kala Nag and much more. The trail passes through villages, dense forest and meadows.

 

Prashar Lake Trek

 

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy
Duration: 2 Days
Kilometres: 17 Kms
Highest Altitude: 2734 Mts
Region: Mandi, Himachal Pradesh

Itinerary of the Trek: Trip Details

Dates: 20th April – 22nd  April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 19th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

 

Parashar lake is a sacred lake located on the top of a hill near the Baggi village in the Mandi district. The lake is situated at a height of 2730m above sea level and it is dedicated to Sage Parashar. There is a temple situated near the lake and is believed to be built in the 13th century.

The lake houses a floating island which keeps changing its position from time to time. With many stories doing the round few believed that it hasn’t shifted for the past three months and with the help of island shifts locals can predict weather conditions and can be prepared for worse.

 

Kareri Lake Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 3 Days
Kilometres: 26 Kms
Highest Altitude: 2850 Mts
Region: Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

Itinerary of the Trek: Trek Details

Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

 

Kareri Lake is a high altitude freshwater lake situated at an altitude of 2950 meters above sea level. The lake is surrounded by scenic meadows and Dhauladhars. The glaciers located in the Dhauladhars act as a water source to the lake. The trek is less explored and offers great scenic views of valleys and mountain ranges. The difficulty level of this trek varies from easy to moderate and hence it is suitable for both beginners as well as experienced ones.

With Triund trek closed for winter, Kareri lake trek is a very good alternative, little tough compared to Triund, but worth it.

Kedarkantha Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Dehradun to Dehradun

Difficulty Level: Moderate
Duration: 5 Days
Kilometres: 20
Highest Altitude: 3810 Mts
Region: Uttarkashi, Uttrakhand

Itinerary of the Trek: Trek Details

 

Embellished with stunning scenes of snow set on the trail and decorated with trees, trek to Kedarkantha is one of the most popular winter treks in the Indian Himalayas. The views of falling snow from sky and trees are just mesmerizing and adding to this, the views of Himalayan peaks make this trek a wonderful one. The peak stands at an elevation of 3810 meters above the sea level and the trail covers a distance of around 20 km.

One of the best treks.

 

Har ki Doon Trek

Starting/ Ending Point: Dehradun to Dehradun

Difficulty Level: Moderate
Duration: 7 Days
Kilometres: 60
Highest Altitude: 3600 Mts
Region: Uttarkashi, Uttrakhand

Itinerary of the Trek: Trek Details

 

Har Ki Doon a.k.a. The Valley of Gods is one of the gorgeous treks in the state of Uttarakhand. Situated in the vicinity of Govind Pashu Wildlife Sanctuary in the Uttarkashi district, the trek is boomed with rich varieties of flora and fauna. The route of this trek is quite interesting and offers one with the views of dense jungle, quaint villages on the way, a magnificent valley and mighty Himalayan peaks.

 

Jibhi Road Trip

Itinerary of the Trip:  Trip Details
Starting Point: Delhi
Drop Point: Delhi
Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

Jibhi is a secluded gem in the Tirthan/ Banjar Valley of the Great Himalayan National Park, about 40 kms from Aut.

A serene picturesque location in Himachal Pradesh which usually goes unnoticed because of the newly constructed tunnel which guides people to Kullu and Manali. Making Jibhi a perfect weekend or extended weekend getaway for Wravelers looking to stay away from hustle bustle of overcrowded tourist destinations.

 

Paragliding and Trekking – Bir Billing

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy
Duration: 2 Days
Kilometres: 6 Kms
Region: Bir, Himachal Pradesh

Itinerary of the Trip: Trip Details

Dates: 20th April – 22nd  April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 19th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

Bir Billing is famous for monasteries and is considered the best site for Paragliding in India whereas Barot is a serene and beautiful place which is popular for activities like angling, trekking, etc.

Bir Billing the paragliding capital of India is a noted centre for ecotourism, spiritual studies, and meditation.  Bir is also home to a Tibetan refugee settlement with several Buddhist monasteries and a large stupa.

 

Trek to Grahan Village – Parvati Valley

Starting/ Ending Point: Delhi to Delhi

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: 3 Days
Kilometres: 26 Kms
Highest Altitude: 2650 Mts
Region: Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Itinerary of the Trek: Trek Details

Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

 

 

Spiritual village in Parvati Valley – Grahan.

Not so popular among travellers visiting Kasol, but a great scenic hike of 10km starting from Kasol

 

Road Trip to McleodGanj & Triund Trek

 

Itinerary of the Trip:  Trip Details
Starting Point: Delhi
Drop Point: Delhi
Dates: 19th April – 21st April ( We will be leaving from Delhi on 18th evening and will return to Delhi on 22nd April early morning)

Mcleodganj, is famously known as “Little Lhasa (Tibet) of India” and is situated in the outskirts of Dharamshala. It is a small and beautiful hill station with a blend of Tibetan and Indian culture situated at a height of 2082 mts (6831 feet). The place is nestled amidst the mighty hills of Dhauladhars and is a great weekend getaway for people living in Chandigarh, New Delhi, Gurgaon, Ambala and other neighbouring cities.

This is a 3 day trip from New Delhi wherein, we spend one day in McleodGanj exploring the place, visiting the monastery, Bhagsu waterfall, cafe hopping. Just knowing about the place and people. The mix of culture that has so easily blend in the routine of the town.

 

 

 

For any query you can contact Manu @ 95824 32437 or Rohan @ 92057 25727 .

 

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