The Indian Himalayas aren’t only home to incredible trekking trails but also to impressive trekking peaks, a summit on which is once in a lifetime experience. Ranging between 5000 and 6500 m, the trekking peaks in India offer an unsurpassed adventure in Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Sikkim.
|Kang Yatse 2
|Mt. Hanuman Tibba
|Mt. Deo Tibba
|Seven Sisters Peak
|Kedar Dome Peak
The highest trekking peaks ranging between 6000 and 6500 m can be found in Ladakh, which is also the most popular destination for peak trekking expedition in India. Stok Kangri, touching the skies at a height of almost 6,153 meters, is one of the most famous Himalayan peaks for the trekking adventure. Kang Yatse 2 (6,200 m) in the Markha Valley; Mentok II (6,250 m), the most climbed mountain; and
Matho Kangri (6,000 m) are top trekking peaks to choose from in Ladakh.
Trekking expeditions in the Himalayan peaks in Himachal Pradesh gives you an adrenaline rush like no other, both because of the constant challenges, adventure and the incredible nature’s beauty. The Himalayan state offers a plethora of peaks ranging between 4500 m and 6500 m that can be trekked including Frey Peak at 5,889 m, Friendship Peak at 5,289 m, Mt. Hanuman Tibba at 5,860 m, Mt. Shitidhar at 5,290 m, Black Peak at 6,387 m, Mt. Deo Tibba at 6,001 m, Seven Sisters Peak at 4,572 m, Kedar Dome Peak at 4,876 m being the best.
In Uttarakhand, trekking expeditions treat you to views that leaves you spellbound and offers an experience to remember forever. The peaks for trekking range here between 4000 and 6000 m ensuring some unforgettable adventure. Amongst the top trekking peaks in Uttarakhand are Pangarchulla Peak at 4,593 m, Chandrashila Peak at 4,000 m, and Garuda Peak at 6,000 m. Sikkim, on the other side, also brims with many opportunities of peak trekking with Frey’s Peak at 5,830 m, Lama Wangden at 5,868 m, and Brumkhangse at 5,635 m offering the much-needed adventure.
Tour My India with its expert team crafts some of the best peak summits and treks in India that ensure your safety and guarantees an adventure-filled experience.
It is absolutely necessary to acclimatize and prepare oneself both mentally and physically before going on a peak trekking expedition in India.
Yes, we will provide the required trekking equipment for peak trekking in Sikkim.
Chandrashila Peak (4000 m) in Uttarakhand is the easiest peak to trek in the Indian Himalayas. It takes around 4 hours to climb and thus, can be done in a single day.
Stok Kangri (6153 m) in Ladakh is considered the most difficult trekking summit in the Indian Himalayas.