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If you are reeling from your hectic life and the scorching summer heat, head to Nainital for a mini sojourn and experience the most breathtaking vistas of the snow-capped Himalayas. Nainital, also known as the Lake District of Uttarakhand is a tranquil hill station at an average altitude of 1938 meters.

Situated in the midst of seven hills, Nainital is a perfect destination to explore the beauty of the Himalayas on foot. Nainital proves to be excellent to explore some of the most exhilarating places in Uttarakhand and escape far away from the maddening crowds of cities. The town which is situated all around the beautiful Naini Lake has emerged to be a popular for adventure junkies offering the best trekking tours in Nainital.

There are some popular trekking trails around the hilly terrain of Nainital. The Nanda Devi trek is a tiring and challenging trek which offers a view of the snow laden peaks of Banderpunch and the most mesmerizing view of the town below. Today, many people trek to China Peak in order to avail themselves an extra dose of adventure. The trek is an easy one, where you will pass through thick Deodar, Cypress and Pine forest. Tiffin top is a short trek of around 3 kms from Nainital and gives an incredible perspective of the Himalayas and the town.

The trail is brimming with woodpeckers, birds, thrushes, songbirds and so forth. Visitors can also trek to snow view point from Nainital. The panoramic view through the trek is perfect to find some solace amidst the verdant forests and enjoy the exquisite vistas of the Himalayas. Take a trek in Nainital and explore for yourself the state of pure wilderness and sheer beauty of the gorgeous Himalayas. If you are in Nainital, opt for a trekking tour and enjoy the delight of being up close with nature and feel the adrenaline rush. Start packing your bags and go on to have an experience to remember for a lifetime. Pick out the best trekking tours in Nainital here.
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Panchachuli Base Camp Trek 2021, Uttarakhand | Get 20% off SPECIAL OFFERS
Panchachuli Base Camp Trek 2021, Uttarakhand | Get 20% off

9D/8N

Kathgodam

About the Panchachuli Base Camp Trek:Here is a 9-day Panchachuli Base Camp trekking package that begins after you reach Kathgodam and the first point of stay is Dharchula. The picturesque ways to Dharchula crossing the towns of Bhimtal, Almora and Dhaulchina will be amazing and you will come across the various little villages and gorges. From Dahrchula, the next destination of yours will be Urthing via Dar. The pathway takes you along small tribal settlements of Tawaghat and New Sobla. Upon arriving at Dar, take a 3-4 hour walk to reach the campsite of Urthing all the way through a narrow cliff edge with the Dhauli Ganga River gushing on your right. Then comes the easy route to Naagling going through the suspension bridge across the river.Son will be the further destination on the tour after Naagling and on that day you will be passing through rocky, the high oak and birch forests and finally arriving the highland meadow of Naagling. Surrounded by the Himalayas, the sight of the distant glaciers from this viewpoint is spellbinding. As you continue walking through the dense thickets found at Dantu Bugyals and the Meola River gushing on the other side, you will reach Panchachuli Basecamp. This steep descend into the Panchachuli base camp also offers amazing views of wildflowers, strawberries, glaciers and sprawling meadows bordered by trees. The peak of Panchachuli stands tall at 6904m towering as the backdrop.After exploring the mind-blowing beauty of Panchachuli, trek back to Naagling along the same picture-perfect landscapes and trails. Urthing, Dar, Darchula and Kathgodam will be coming your way once again before you wind up this exciting trekking trip.About the Panchachuli Base Camp:Snuggled in the lap of snow-peaked mountains, the Panchachuli Base Camp trek originates in the Darma valley of Pithoragarh district between the borders of Nepal and Tibet.  Bestowed with nature’s splendour, the route to the Panchachuli glacier, lying in the lap of Kumaon Himalayas, is adorned with enchanting landscapes, snow-capped mountains, cascading waters, Alpine meadows and a rich variety of flora and fauna. Situated in Eastern Kumaon Himalaya, the trekking route forms the watershed between the Gori Ganga and Darma Valleys. The entire trek to the glacier is a walk along the river Dhauliganga.The last road head Dar is 42km from Dharchula, and from Dar to Panchachuli Glacier will give us a pleasant walk. The trails unwinding through the tribal villages of Bongling, Sela, Nagling, Baaling and Duktu along the river Dhauliganga and thick forests of deodar and Bhojpatra and conifer are the best ones to enjoy the natural sights. The five peaks of Panchachuli form majestic visuals and enhance the Him Khand, Yuli River skirted by the forests of Devdaar, Bhoj Patra and conifer trees. This amazing Panchachuli Base Camp trek is truly a feast to the eyes and the scenery throughout the journey is one that can only be experienced, not explained.If you are someone who would love to roam around the mountains then Panchachuli Base Camp trek is one of the best options and the journey would come up with a lot of astounding moments. The five different peaks of Panchachuli sector numbers 1 to 5 are located at an elevation of 6904 meters, 6437 meters, 6355 meters, 6334 meters and 6312 meters. And almost all of them were conquered by many trekkers in the 1970s itself.Panchachuli Base Camp Trek Highlights:- Get an amazing chance to climb up a height of about 13975 feet which could let you feel at the top of the world and view the entire region covered by thickets and glaciers.- The blooming forest trails have a lot to share with you on the way to the summit and the gushing rivers play an important role in making the trails tricky as well as exciting.- The famous wildlife of Uttarakhand may come your way if you are lucky and the rare birds found in the forests are the right companions for your trek.- Different bugyals, landscapes, and bridges across the rivers together create an astonishing sightseeing option before you.Quick Facts About Panchachuli Base Camp Trek:Temperature: 1 to 8 degrees in nights, days are relatively warmerPanchachuli Base Camp Trek Trekking Distance:  60kmMaximum Altitude: 13,975 Ft.Panchachuli Base Camp Trek Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate Railway Station: Kathgodam is the nearest railway station Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun
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Om Parvat Trek in Uttrakhand 2020

13D/12N

Kathgodam

About the Om Parvat Trek:Snow treks are some of the most fascinating things to do in the Himalayas. And if you add to that some mystery and a certain aspect of mythology, the enthusiasm to complete the trek reaches new heights. That is what the Om Parvat trek is about. Mythologically speaking, this place is considered to be one of the oldest abodes of Lord Shiva. Related to the legend of Ravana, the peak is considered sacred by many, and the Om Parvat trek leads to an astounding view of the giant and the impression of 'OM' made on the facade by the snow. Located in the snowy Himalayas of the Kumaon region in Uttarakhand, the Om Parvat trek starts and ends in Kathgodam, passing through many small towns and villages to finally arrive at the magnificent view of the Om Parvat. Rising to an altitude of 14816 ft, this peak is also referred to by several other names such as Adi Kailash, Chota Kailash, Baba Kailash, and Jonglingkong. A virgin peak largely because of its religious significance, the most astounding trait of this peak is the miraculous impression of “OM” naturally formed with the deposition of snow against the black background of the mountain.
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Pindari Glacier Trek, Kathgodam

9D/8N

Kathgodam

About the Pindari Glacier:Pindari Glacier lies on the edge of Nanda Devi (7,816), which is the highest peak of India. Zero Point of Pindari Glacier is situated at a breathtaking altitude of 3,660mts above sea level, 5km ahead of Phurkia. The Pindari Glacier, in the Bageshwar district, falls in the Kumaon Himalayas. It is one of the most easily accessible of all the Himalayan glaciers. The glacier flows to the south for a short distance of about 9 KM and gives rise to the Pindari River which meets river Alakananda at Karnaprayag in the Garhwal district. Trek to Pindari glacier is quite easy and doesn't pose many challenges. The views from the pass of the Dhakri Khal are particularly impressive and include the many snow-capped peaks that form the southern rim of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. Stunning and calm lakes with crystal clear waters, snow-clad mountain peaks, charming wooden bridges, everything just adds to a mystic and exhilarating experience when you are on this trek!
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Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek Uttarakhand

11D/10N

Kathgodam

About the Nanda Devi East Base Camp Trek:The journey starts with your arrival in Kathgodam, from where you will drive towards Munsiyari. After a night in the guesthouse there, you will trek to Lilam the next day. Feel the trans-Himalayan trekking experience as you trek through Bogudiar, Railkot, and Ghangharia before trekking to the Pachu Glacier with overnight stays in tents every night. From Pachu Glacier, you will explore the base camp for a day, before starting the return trek the next day. You will trek to Martoli, Rargari, and Munsiyari, staying at every location for a night. On the last day, you will be transferred from Munsiyari to Kathgodam to bring the Nanda Devi East Base Camp trek to an end. The second-highest peak of the country, the Nanda Devi. One of the most beautiful peaks in the Himalayas, the mountain is of significant importance to the locals. This Nanda Devi East Base Camp trek leads you to the base camp on the eastern face of the peak, which is also the home to Pachu Glacier.
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Corbett to Kunjkharak Trek in Uttarakhand Featured
Corbett to Kunjkharak Trek in Uttarakhand

3D/2N

Kathgodam

About the Activity:Start your 3 day 2 night trek by getting picked up in Near Jim Corbett and take a drive to Kunjkharak.This trek starts from the Akashkanda on the foothills of the Himalayas and winds up through dense low altitude jungles and Deodar forests. The remoteness of these places still instills the thrill and adventure of trekking along trails with stunning views.Most of the setting is along the Kosi river which forms the border between India and Nepal.This trek will take you through Akashkanda, Domas village and many more stunning trails passing by rivers and streams.End your trip at Ramnagar station and catch you over night train to Delhi, this trek operates throughout the year.
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Pindari Glacier Tour
Pindari Glacier Tour

3D/2N

Kathgodam

The Pindari Glacier is located between two famous peaks. The first one Nanda Kot and the other one, Nanda Deviq has lots of religious importance. The uneven elegance of the place offers stunning sights, specifically if you are trekker who has a special attachment to nature. The Pindari Glacier has a pure white color, while it is not odd to come across light brown and blue shades in some areas. In terms of dimensions, the glacier has a length of over 3.2 km and width of 1.5 km. it has huge mountains in the backdrop that seem to be hanging over you and always giving the sensation of falling over. This amazing effect makes this place a must visit destination for everyone who wants to experience an amazing closeness to nature. When it comes to the Pindari trek, it would mostly remain close to the Nanda Devis edge. Your journey would begin at Nainital and take you to Lahorkhet. Once here, you would be spending the night in camps. You would also enjoy the journey through Dhakuri. As you move ahead, you come across the mountain forests and villages. The camps would be set up in different locations during the journey, giving you an unparalleled adventurous experience. The trek would take you to some impressive landscapes, with the conventional remote villages being the leading attractions for everyone. Almost any trekker can handle the Pindari Glacier trek without any difficulty. You would be well rewarded by the magnificent beauty of the Himalayan Treks and the elegance of the flora and fauna.You would also be able to come across snow-covered mountains, bubbling torrents in the hills and the deafening waterfalls. The view of the morning sun creating a spectral hue by lighting up the dew on the grass blades is simply mesmerizing. The trek would give you a chance to explore the colors and splendor of the area, as you would come across a new show at every turn.
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Trek to Naini Peak and Pangot Featured
Trek to Naini Peak and Pangot

2D/1N

Nainital

Location: NainitalTrekking Distance: Approx 16 kmPick up and Drop Point: Within 5 km of Mall road, NainitalEmbark on an adventurous trekking and hiking expedition to Naini Peak and Kilbury Peak, that will take you through high terraced fields and beautiful landscapes. Covering a total of approximately 16 km in 2 days, this trek will surely give you a fresh perspective on an adventure. While the Naini Peak lies in the middle of the city of Nainital, Kilbury Peak in Pangot lies a little outside in midst of forests of oak and rhododendron.Experience the bird watching during the trek, Flora and Fauna, different kinds of trees, the dwelling of birds and sound of insects, various species, and incredible view through the trek and from Hiltop of Naini Peak and Kilbury Peak. The guide will be well aware of the route and will ensure safety as well. Enjoy the overnight stay in Alpine tents on a sharing basis with all meals and basic amenities.
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Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Trek
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary Trek

4D/3N

Almora

About the Activity:The Tree of Life Grand Oak Manor is nestled in the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Kumaon hills, 25 km from Almora.Upon reaching Anand Vihar Railway Station and board the Shatabdi Express at 06:15 am to Kathgodam.On arrival at Kathgodam get transferred to the Tree of Life Grand Oak Manor, to embark on this 4-day adventure.During the stay experience, the only wildlife sanctuary in India where walking is allowed on 62 km of designated walking trails.While the most popular route here is the trail that leads up to Zero Point for a view of India’s second highest peak Nanda Devi.This trail gives you a  good chance of spotting wildlife. You could walk past a barking deer, be in close proximity of wild boar, or wait patiently while martens cross your path. An early morning hike to astonishing archaeological sites in the entire region of Kumaon with 150 temples set amidst a lush cedar forest.Package applicable from 15 September till 31 March 2017.
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8 Days Trekking and Riding Expedition in Uttarakhand
8 Days Trekking and Riding Expedition in Uttarakhand

8D/7N

Almora

About the Activity:This 8 day long trekking trip in Uttarakhand lets you explore the unaltered trails and mountain peaks in the Himalayan ranges spread across the Kumaon region.With this trekking, you will get enough opportunities to visit different local villages and countrysides where nature plays an extra ordinary role to make the views beautiful.In addition, you can also indulge in some exhilarating adventure activities such as rappelling, flying fox etc at an additional cost.The places covered by snow all around are yet another attraction during this trip and in total you will cover 630 KMs.The package includes food, accommodation and adventure activities.
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Kilbury Peak Trek, Nainital Featured
Kilbury Peak Trek, Nainital

10H

Nainital

Location: NainitalDuration: 10 hoursActivity Timings: 8:00 am - 6:00 pmReporting Point: Tan Ki BandAfter proper instructions and guidelines, the trekking will begin, going past the dense forests, valley, through the Kilgury bird sanctuary and one will witness different species of birds and dwelling and sound of birds throughout which will be a treat to the nature lovers The hike will be moderately difficult will cover approximately 20 km in 10 hours and the experienced guide will be well aware of the trail and will ensure safety as well. Once reaching the peak, experience the amazing panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayas of Kumaon region and enjoy your lunch, take pictures, capture some great moments and relax for a while at the top with the fresh air and great views. After that will proceed back to the Tan ki Band, and the trekking experience comes to an end.How To Reach:Tan Ki Band has located 3 km from Mallital which is the starting point reporting point & can be easily accessible by public or private transport.Note:Get the packed lunch and 2 water bottles along, during the trek there will be no food shops will be available.
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China Peak Trek | Book Online & Get Flat 20% off

6H

Nainital

Trip start and end location: Nainital Bus Stop{Mallital}Start Time: 09:00 AMEnd Time: 03:00 PMTotal distance: 6 KmGet ready to take a benefit from undivided attention on this private day hike in the Nainital which is a great hike for beginners and traveling with a private guide. Day hike to China peak or Naina Peak will give you the chance to explore the local wildlife, admire the local flora, and take in the stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains.About the Trek: Feel the real adventure while passing through the Naini Lake and the beautiful valleys in this exciting trekking experience. The hike will start from the Nainital bus stop with a guide. The guide will take you to China peak starting point{check point} via Bara Bazar which is around 1.5km from Mallital. At the checkpoint, one can have some rest. From here, the hike will be of 45 minutes while walking through the oak forest witnesses the stunning view of the valley.The peak offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills. The view from the top has obvious beauty with a mighty 360-degree view of the Himalayas on one side, eagle view of Nainital Lake on the other side and Khurpatal Kaladungi region view on the other side. The scenic beauty and landscapes will ensure the best hiking experience of travelers. How to reach reporting location?Mallital Bus stop is central location of Nanital. One can come by hiring a private or public vehicle. 
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Anjushri Mehrotra Kilbury Peak Trek, Nainital
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The activities of Bird Watching during this trek was amazing. We got to see so many species of bird that we even can not remember the name of the species. We enjoyed it so much.
I went on the Om Parvat trek with my college friends in my final year and it turned out to be one of the most awesome experiences I have ever had till date. Not forgetting the team at Thrillophilia who have made the whole bookings and other arrangements seem like a breeze. It was awesome guys! Thank You!!
Jai Mahadeva, Om Parvat is just like the bhole baba…so peaceful and calm, you will just lose yourself…free from all worries and tensions. Amazing, amazing, amazing…Jai Bhole Baba
07 May 2015
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Wow, wow, wow…I’m just put of words its totally surprising that we have such beautiful treks right next to us and still we choose to go to some foreign land.
I am still not done with Nanda Devi for sure, such a beautiful place…totally spell bounding. The whole trek was like I walking on some movie set.
The Om Parvat trekking expedition was one of a kind experience for me as it was the first time I have ever done something like this. Kudos to the team of Thrillophilia for making this whole process a hassle-free experience and for providing the best customer support I could ask for. They have been extremely helpful with the bookings as well as coordinating the whole tour.
The Panchachuli base camp trek was one of my most awaited trekking expeditions and the experience exceeded my expectations. It was one of the best treks I have been a part of in a long time. The team at Thrillophilia made it really easy for me with the bookings and other arrangements. I congratulate the team for their par excellence customer service.
My 18 days expedition to Nanda Devi East Base Camp is definitely among one of the best memories of my life. However, I would not have enjoyed the trip without Thrillophilia’s great assistance. The company stands true to its name and gives you a comfortable yet adventurous trek in an affordable price range. All thanks to the fantastic tour management, our whole team enjoyed each and every movement on and off the trek.
I thoroughly enjoyed my booking experience of Pindari Glacier trek with Thrillophilia, who had a completely hassle-free booking process. They made sure that all our bookings got done on time. We had suddenly planned the vacation after hearing reviews from friends. However, I was not sure about instant booking and tour. But, hats off to the Thrillophilia team.
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Kilbury Peak Trek, Nainital from Thrillophilia was a really wonderful experience of trekking, bird watching, learning and all. The panoramic views from the top were not to be missed and it was a perfect location to feel the fresh cold breeze. We went there in early winters and the view of snow-capped peaks was beautiful.

People Also Ask About Trekking in Nainital

  1. What are the best places for trekking in Nainital?

    1. Nanda Devi trek: Imagine trekking up to the second highest peak in the country which is also a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It may take around 9-12 days and you can witness the beautiful and snow-clad Himalayan peaks as you trek up to the Nanda Devi peak.

    2. China Peak trek:
     Experience a bird’s eye view of Nainital from the China Peak. Due to the altitude and the gorgeous forest path, this trek is the favourite amongst travellers and locals of Nainital.

    3. Tiffin Top trek:
     Enjoy the view of lush green forests and gigantic mountain peaks as you take on the Tiffin Top Trek. Also known as Dorothy’s Peak, this trek is 4 km long and starts from the center of the city. You can also take a shorter route if you’re pressed for time and take a trolley car up to the base.

    4. Pangot trek:
     Pangot Trek or Naini Peak is the highest peak in all of Nainital sitting proudly at 2611 meters. As you finish the 14 km trek, you can bask in the views of the lovely town and the Naina Devi Temple that is surrounded by the mighty Himalayan ranges.

    5. Kunjakharak trek:
     If you want to enjoy a naturist trek, the Kunjkharak is definitely going to impress you. A 36 km long trek goes through a forest trail and is accompanied by the Kosi river so you can take a dip in anytime!

    6. Sattal trek:
     Sattal translates to ‘Seven Lakes’ and you will observe picturesque biomes of natural water as you trek up. This trek is the ideal location to spot rare birds like kingfishers, plum head parakeet, fish eagles and red-billed blue magpie.

  2. Which are some famous winter treks in Nainital?

    1. Brahmatal trek: If you’re a winter baby and you’re in Nainital, you have to try out the Brahmatal Trek. Witness the snow-covered mountains right before you as you head on to your winter summit. The freezing temperatures along with the natural beauty of the hills will be an experience of a lifetime.

    2. Har Ki Dun trek: Explore the unexplored with Har Ki Dun Trek. Located between Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, this trek will offer a myriad of beautiful views like green stretches of land, fresh water glaciers and beautiful meadows. This is the perfect trek for photography enthusiasts and nature lovers.

    3. China Peak trek: If you’re a sucker for a scenic view, you can’t miss the China Peak in the winter. It is one of the famous tourist spots and viewpoints of Nainital and for good reason. It offers an amazing view of the city, the mountains and the expansive Kumaon region.

    4. Land’s End: As the name suggests, beyond the peak of this trek, you will be greeted with nothing other than picturesque views of the Himalayan valleys and lakes. It is a 4 km hike and you can easily take a day picnic at the top if you’re with your friends or loved ones.

  3. Which are some famous summer treks in Nainital?

    1. Tiffin top trek: Make your Bollywood dreams come true with the Tiffin Top Trek. A part of the Bollywood film, Koi Mil Gaya was filmed here. This trek has a long route and a short route. Fitness enthusiasts love to take the long route. But if you’re looking for a day trek, pick the shorter route and take the 4 km trek up to the peak.

    2. Naini peak: The Naini Peak trek is 14 km long and usually takes 2 days to complete. Trekkers take a good night’s rest in the village of Pangot which is nearly halfway to the peak. Resting at 2611 meters, this peak offers a breathtaking view of the town below.

    3. Snow view peak: The reason why Snow View Peak is the perfect summer trek is because it’s great for beginners and the distance is only 3 km. On a clear summer day, the peak allows you to observe nearly 350 km beyond the peak.

    4. Nanda devi trek: The difficulty level of this peak is high, but the experience is worth it. You can trek up to the sister peaks of Nanda Devi East and West from the base camp. Being one of the popular treks in Uttarakhand, there are plenty of trekking groups that you might meet taking up the trek just like you!

  4. What kind of fitness am I expected to have for trekking in Nainital?

    The treks in Nainital are varied in their difficulty. Some treks are pretty simple when it comes to length and difficulty level, so you can easily complete them within half a day. On the other hand, some might be longer than 30 km and would require a few days to be completed.

    The difficulty level also depends on the pathway of the trek. Nainital has treks that go through forests, water bodies and hilly regions. For these treks, a fitness level may be required and you can get that information while you’re booking the trek. You can also speak to your trek advisor for fitness details for longer or more difficult treks.
  5. When is the best time to visit Nainital for trekking?

    Considering the fact that Nainital is a hilly region, the temperatures are cooler than the rest of the country throughout the year. Even during the peak of summer, the temperature doesn’t go beyond 25 degrees. If you want to be able to trek in comfortable warm days, you could opt for summer season with the temperature range of 11-25 degrees.

    The monsoons are slightly cooler with temperature ranges of 10-18 degrees with rain showers occasionally. But if you’re a winter baby, we recommend you try out their winter treks but the temperatures can go down up to the freezing point. If you’re opting for the winter trek, make sure you are carrying protective gear and you have first aid available.
  6. Will we stay in camps during trekking in Nainital?

    Nainital trekking offers various camping packages depending on the number of days and nights that you want to stay. The treks can include meals, camping, and other activities like rappelling, wildlife exploration etc. Go through a list of trekking camps and their offerings before you make a choice.

    Spending a night inside a camp can be slightly tricky owing to the weather conditions in Nainital. If you are camping in hilly regions or forests, you may have to bring warm clothes or protective gear. Usually the trek advisor discloses this information while booking. Read through all the details mentioned for a particular trek so that you can make an informed decision.

  7. What kind of medical arrangements will be there during trekking?

    The trek operators will be providing first aid and basic medical facilities while you’re on the trek. You are obligated to inform them if you are suffering from a pre-existing condition and you’re supposed to carry your own medications if you take any.
  8. Is there a chance of facing wild animals while trekking in Nainital?

    Although Nainital has plenty of treks that pass through thick forests or water bodies, the chance of running into wild animals is extremely low. Your trek guides will be there at all times making sure of your safety and taking you through places that let you observe birds or animals that are absolutely harmless.
  9. Do we need a walking stick on trekking?

    Yes, some treks may require the use of a walking stick. Having a walking stick is always beneficial when you’re trying to trek past streams of water or on slippery rocks. They usually help you stay stable while you’re walking on uneven ground.

    Ideally for short trails, you won’t be needing the walking sticks. But if you’re going for a long trail that passes through water bodies and higher rock formations, we recommend carrying a walking stick.
  10. Name the hardest trail of Nainital?

    If you consider yourself an adventurous person, you have to try the Nanda Devi Trek in Nainital at least once! Situated at a height of 7800 meters, this peak takes up to 9-12 days to reach and is also regarded as a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO.

    Although the trek is hard and challenging, the view from the top is simply gorgeous. You trek through the snow-clad mountains of Bandarpunch and witness the beautiful hilly town of Nainital below.
  11. Which is the easiest trek in Nainital?

    The Tiffin Top trek is probably the easiest trek in Nainital as it is only 3 km long. You can walk through a relatively easy trail and get done within an hour. It is a forest trail brimming with beautiful birds like woodpeckers, kingfishers etc and you can cross through thick forests of Deodar and Pine trees on this trek.
  12. Is Nainital worthy enough to have a trekking trip?

    Yes, Nainital is totally worthy enough for a trekking trip. Nainital is what we call a natural beauty. The snow-clad mountain tops along with the lush green forests make the trip worthwhile. The weather is pleasant throughout the year and it can get pretty cold during the winter months. Trekking and camping is definitely worth it here owing to the expansive natural surroundings.
  13. Is it safe for a solo female to trek in Nainital?

    Yes. Nainital is mostly safe for solo female travellers. The locals of Nainital are extremely friendly and warm. It is relatively safe for a solo female to trek in Nainital. As a solo female, we would recommend not to camp alone while trekking or you can travel with a group of campers on longer treks.

    There are plenty of hotels and homestays that you can spend the night in and then continue with your trek.

  14. How can I reach Nainital?

    Nainital is a frequented tourist spot and is well connected by different means of transportation

    -By Air
    The nearest major airport is Delhi airport. Another one being the Dehradun airport. Pantnagar airport is just 65 kms away from Nainital and is well connected to New Delhi and Mumbai, but mostly caters to private chartered flights.

    -ByRoad
    Nainital is well connected with major destinations of North India.

    -By Rail: The nearest railway station is Kathgodam which is 41 kms from Nainital but the major one is Delhi railway station. Other stations being Dehradun, Haldwani, Howrah and Lalkuwani.
  15. Is it safe to trek in Nainital?

    Yes, it is safe to trek in Nainital. Nainital is perfect for adventurers who wish to explore hilly terrains. However basic precautions must be kept in mind. Don’t take unnecessary risks.

    Keep your documents handy while travelling, majorly your passport.Always carry a map even when you are with a guide. Do not leave cash or valuables in cars or taxis and majorly do not trust strangers.

  16. Can I do Roopkund Trek? What sort of a trek is it?

    Roopkund trek is not to be missed by an avid adventurer. It starts from Lohajung and ends at Roopkund. While crossing the mountains you can witness the amazing view of valleys, mountains and cross mixed forests. It requires a good amount of strength and stamina to climb up these mountains.

    Roopkund is famous for its Glacial Lake where more than five hundred human skeletons are found on its edge. Elevated at a height of 16,499 ft. above the sea, situated between two peaks, Trishul and Nanda Ghunti and is covered with ice for most of the months.

  17. What sort of trek is Kunjakharak Trek? How much will it cost me?

    The Kunjakharak trek is recommended for beginners.This trail winds through the Corbett reserve forest and offers a variety of terrain from the foothills to about 6,500 feet near Nainital. Through the trek, you can feel the forest beneath your feet, towering over your head and you are sure to run into the rich wildlife of the region.

    The cost will be approximatelyRs 7,500. Best time to plan a trip to Kunjakharak trekking trail is between October to June as this is a pleasant season with amazing temperature and great views. This is about a 5 hour drive.

  18. Can I do Naini Peak Trek? What is the difficulty level?

    Naini Peak is the highest peak of Nainital which provides challenges to the most avid trekkers. It is a difficult trek. It is a 3 Km trek from Tanke Band base having elevations changing from 45 degrees to minus 45 degrees.

    It is recommended to hike to Naina Peak during the day time. It also has a forest with wild animals and the temperature falls as one moves uphill. Naina Peak is a highest peak in Nainital, also known as China Peak and Cheena Peak.

  19. Is it worth doing Pangot Trek? What sort of a trek is it?

    Pangot trek is one of the to do treks. Pangot is full of oak and rhododendron trees, it’s a great area to spot many birds like Koklas, Khalij Pheasants, Common Kestrel, Grey Winged Blackbird, Black Red Star, Bar-Tailed Tree Creeper etc. You may also spot some animals like Leopards, Himalayan Black Bear, Civet Cat, Porcupine, Deer and Wild Boar etc.

    Trekking through the forests, you can see lovely sights of traditionally dressed villagers collecting fodder for their cattle and firewood for their homes. 
    A bonfire is the perfect end to the evening, around which the experiences of the trek can be shared.

  20. What sort of tents will be availabe there?

    Tents will be spacious enough to accommodate up to 3 people. The tents will be waterproof, lightweight and equipped with comfortable sleeping mats or beds, compost toilets and hand basins. Stay in tents with insulated mats and sleeping bags, experience bonfire and music in the evenings.

  21. What all things must I carry while going for trekking in Nainital?

    You must be really well equipped with all your essentials while going for trekking. The things you must carry while going for trekking in Himachal Pradesh include:

    • Walking stick
    • Map
    • Binoculars
    • Sleeping bag
    • Hiking shoes : lightweight and hard sole boots
    • Woolen clothes
    • Water, juices and energy drinks
    • Easy to eat snacks
    • Electric torch
    • Scissors
    • Sunglasses
    • Medical kit : equipped with medicines for motion sickness, fever and food poisoning
    • A good compass
    • An extra pair of clothes
    • Toiletries
  22. What kind of sleeping bags will be availabe during the trek?

    You will be provided with proper and comfortable sleeping mats. These will be long foamed mats on which a person can sleep with ease. Moreover, if you are already familiar with heat and insulation, these mats will help insulate your body from the cold ground. Further, you can carry your own sleeping bag during the trek.

  23. Where is the Nainital Lake located? What can I do there?

    Nainital Lake is a kidney shaped natural freshwater body situated amidst the township of Nainital. It is famous for boat rides and very alluring scenic surroundings as it is surrounded by 7 hills. The beautiful Naini Lake is surrounded by other small lakes and is a hill station of Nainital.

    The nearby area is famous for shopping among tourists.However, the most awaited festival of Nainital is organised here, which brings out the local cultures and traditions is organized every year during the winter months of October and November.