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Treks in Rishikesh

1. Chandrashila Trek with Chopta Tungnath
2. Kuari Pass Trek
3. Pangarchulla Peak Trek
4. Roopkund Trek
5. Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek

Challenge your adventurous streaks and explore the hidden treasures of nature as you enjoy trekking in Rishikesh at the most challenging summits and awe-inspiring hikes. Whether you're a hardcore hiker or someone who's just brushing up the hiking skills, the hikes in Rishikesh are fit for each one of you. Rishikesh Waterfall Trek is one such hiking destination that has well-marked paths and grants stunning views to the visitors. Kunjapuri Trek Rishikesh is another short hike in Rishikesh that offers you a chance to enjoy the views of high mountains like Gangotri, Bandarpunch, Swarga Rohini, and Chaukhamba.

The treks in Rishikesh are legendary in terms of the diversity in the landscape and spectacular sceneries that they offer. Patna Waterfalls Trek is one such iconic hiking destination that takes you through stunning water bodies and picturesque valleys, and you can even take a dip in its cold water once you reach there. 

Another fascinating hiking destination is Trek To Surkanda Devi Temple that has steep and slippery paths and is best suited for the experienced hikers. So grab your boots and get ready to have the best experience of your life as you undertake the Rishikesh Treks.
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25 June 2015
Excellent
The trekking experience was fine and good. To be honest, the trek was really good. We had a great time. It was one of the really nice treks that I have had.
13 June 2015
Excellent
We were hoping to feel tired and worn out but surprisingly despite the tough trek it was nice and enjoyable and we were with high energy levels even after the trek. This was definitely a nice trekking experience. We had some great memories to take back home and share. I really loved the whole travel too as it was a road trip for us.
10 April 2015
Excellent
I am out of words. This was a great trekking in Uttarakhand. The place is splendid and classy beauty. This is what a perfect vacation looks like.
06 November 2015
Excellent
Trek To Chandrashila Peak Via Tungnath was one of the good treks that I have ever been on in the past few years. Preiously, there were not these many treks. In the past few years, Indian Travel industry is booming, and there are a lot of new trekking spots. However, one must pick these wisely. Some spots are awesome, while some are just boring. This trek in Uttarakhand is a traveller’s heaven. I had a plenty of plans for my travel and the trek was the highlight of my travel. It has varied sightseeing and trekking options. The state is best to take long vacations to.
This was a really great trek. We got the chance to see Ganges and Alaknanda river while travelling from Haridwar and Rishikesh. Our trek was stared on 2nd day and we got to see the amazing sights of Nanda Devi which is India second highest peak. The trekking experience was fun despite being tedious. Apart from the weather, the trek was indeed an enjoyable experience. Everything was well arranged from transportation to food. Would love to go for more treks in Himalayan region.
13 January 2021
Very Good
Dayara Bugyal is Out of the World!! We did a Winter Trek, so got to see a lot of Snow & also experienced Snowfall. However, the Trek is not easy & is definitely not for Beginners. We were 3 Ladies in the age group of 50-55, 2 of whom were 1st time trekkers & had a tough time making it to the top. One of them turned back from Gui as she developed severe leg cramps. Also there was only one guide from Raithal to Gui, who went off ahead with the Youngsters, leaving us to fend for ourselves. Ideally, there should have been 2 guides. Once at the Camp however, things were well taken care off. With limited resources, one cannot & should not expect much anyway.
Experience overall was good. But since this is a covid situation we had local porters who were quite new to the trek and were reaching the campsite almost in our pace. Because of this the food we got was getting a bit delayed and lot of times we were starving after the long day of trek. But trek leader was good and he took care of everything in case of any problems.
We recently booked the Gaumukh to Tapovan trek with Thrillophilia and I must say, it was one of the best decisions that we made. All the arrangements were flawlessly made and the trek guide was super friendly. We had ultimate fun with this adventure trip. Kudos to the team for their excellent involvement in ensuring all the arrangements are done with precision.
I’m thoroughly pleased to recommend Thrillophilia, who made our whole Panpatia glacier trek a pleasant experience. My partner and kids thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Initially, we were a little apprehensive about the whole thing. However, from the booking till the last day, the local guide was friendly and helpful.
From the start till the end of the tour, no issues at all, The whole tour gave us excellent expereince.

People Also Ask About Trekking in Rishikesh

  1. Which are some famous treks in Rishikesh?

    1. Chandrashila Trek with Chopta Tungnath:
    Starting from Haridwar, this 4-day 3-night trail is one of the most popular treks in Rishikesh as it takes you to a whopping altitude of 12,083 feet. The trek starts from Haridwar and reaches to Sari Village via Kund and Ukhimath before finally awarding you with spellbinding views of the Deoriatal Lake, a high-altitude lake.

    Location: Haridwar (Base camp: Sari).
    Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.
    Approx. cost: Rs 7250.

    2. Kuari Pass Trek:
    Located in the magnificent Garhwal Himalayas, the Kuari Pass Trek starts from Haridwar takes you through dense forests dotted with blossoming rhododendron and oak trees, which makes trekking in Rishikesh serene.

    Location: Haridwar.
    Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.
    Approx. cost: Rs 8750.

    3. Pangarchulla Peak Trek:
    Setting the bar of Rishikesh trekking high, the Pangarchulla peak trek will test your determination as it takes you to a formidable 15,096 feet, covering a distance of 34 km. Start your trek from Hardiwar and reach the Pangarchulla peak via Auli on this 6 days and 5 nights trail. Enjoy the spectacular views of Mt Nanda Devi and Hathi Parbat while sipping a cup of hot tea at a local shop. If you are a snow enthusiast, take this trek during the winter months to wade through the snow to reach the summit.

    Location: Haridwar (trek begins from Joshimath).
    Difficulty level: Moderate to difficult.
    Approx. cost: Rs 9250.

    4. Roopkund Trek:
    Enjoy the mesmerising views of the enchanting Roopkund Lake, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. If you want to experience high altitudes during Rishikesh trekking, take the Roopkund trek which takes you to a whopping altitude of 16,499 feet. The 53 km trek allows you admire the beauty of Mt Trishul and rare flora and fauna along the trek. Light a bonfire under the starry night to make your trek memorable.

    Location: Kathgodam (Basecamp: Lohagunj).
    Difficulty level: Moderate to difficult.
    Approx. cost: Rs 8890.

    5. Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek:
    Immerse yourself in the spellbinding views of the rising Sun by trekking to the Kunjapuri Temple in Rishikesh. Start your day early and climb 250 steps to reach the temple for an exotic view of the sunrise against the town. You can enjoy the views of the holy Ganga River and explore the local life along the route for an exciting weekend getaway.

    Location: Rishikesh.
    Difficulty level: Easy to moderate.
    Approx. cost: Rs 1580

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  2. Which are the famous one-day treks in or near Rishikesh?

    1. Rishikesh Waterfall Trek: Hidden away from the crowd, the Neer Gaddu waterfall is an ideal destination for trekking in Rishikesh. Many food joints and cafes are surrounding this waterfall, where you can stopover to enjoy delicious meals. Trek to this waterfall starts from Laksman Jhula pass, and after around 3½ km, the uphill trek starts and you need to keep climbing for several minutes.

    After that, you will find a path that will take you to the waterfall. The entire trekking route is dotted with lush greenery and shallow pools that will give you a chance to appreciate the glory of nature. 

    2. Kunjapuri Trek Rishikesh: 
    Positioned at the height of 1645 meters, Kunjapuri Trek is one of the best one-day treks in Rishikesh. This is an eight-hour trek that takes you through beautiful villages, small water streams, forests, and agricultural lands.

    You can also enjoy a splendid sunrise view from the top and immerse into the breathtaking beauty of nature. From here, you can also enjoy the views of high mountains like Gangotri, Bandarpunch, Swarga Rohini, and Chaukhamba.

    3. Patna Waterfalls Trek: 
    This is another popular one day Rishikesh Treks that can be undertaken by both beginners as well as expert trekking enthusiasts. This trek starts five km from Lakshman Jhula on the Neelkanth temple road and takes you through stunning water bodies and picturesque valleys. You're advised not to undertake this trek during the summers as the waterfall is completely dry.

    4. Neelkanth Mahadev Trek: 
    If you're looking for one of the best places for trekking in Rishikesh, then Neelkanth Mahadev Trek should be your ideal spot. The major highlight of this trek is the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, located on the top of this trek.

    The total length of the Neelkanth Mahadev trek is fourteen kilometers, and it takes you through a wonderful mix of flora and lush green forests. The trek starts from Bharmour and ends at Neelkanth Mahadev Temple. 

    5. Trek To Surkanda Devi Temple: 
    Located at an altitude of 9500 feet, Surkanda Devi Temple is one of the best places for trekking near Rishikesh. The trek is steep and has few slippery areas; therefore, it shouldn't be undertaken by the beginners. This three-kilometer long trek is covered with layers of snow in winters as the temperature falls to -2 degree  Celsius.

    The trek starts from kaddukhal and takes you through dense forests and magnetizing mountain passes. Once you reach the Surkanda Devi Temple, which is the last destination of the trek, you will have an appealing view of Dehradun, Rishikesh, Mussoorie, the greater Himalayas, and Chamba. 

    6. Neer Garh Waterfall Trek: 
    This is one of the most fascinating treks in Rishikesh, located a short drive from Tapovan. This is a challenging trek, and the paths over here are not well marked, making it difficult to find the routes.

    The trek starts from Lakshman Jhula, and once you reach the waterfall, the gurgling symphony of the water delights the senses, and you can even take a refreshing dip in the water.
  3. What is the best time to go for trekking in Rishikesh?

    While the weather in Rishikesh is pleasant throughout the year, the best time to go for Rishikesh trekking is between the months of October and February, when the chances of rainfall are minimum and heat is minimum. You may experience rainfall between May and September, hindering your trek while the summer temperature may pant you due to the comparatively higher temperature.

  4. What should I wear while trekking in Rishikesh?

    Sport airy and light clothes to help oxidation of your skin while hiking. While trekking shoes are a must, you must carry two pairs of full-sleeve t-shirts and track pants, cotton socks, woollen socks, fleece jacket, a pair of gloves and sunglasses as Rishikesh trekking is demanding along high-altitude trails.

  5. How difficult is the Roopkund trek?

    Roopkund trek is a moderate difficulty level trek located at an altitude of 15750 feet. You will need pristine mental and physical strength to undertake this trek. It has well-marked paths that take you through mountainous rivers, beautiful ridges, scenic meadows and lush green forests.

    If you're a beginner, then you should opt for the easy level treks before undertaking this trek. During monsoon, you might experience landslides and flash floods over here.
  6. What is the mystery of Roopkund lake?

    Roopkund's glacial lake has a baffling mystery wherein it is believed that hundreds of human skeletons were discovered surrounding the lake in the 1940s by a forest guard. It has therefore been tagged as the mystery lake since then.
  7. I am visiting Rishikesh for the first time, how should I prepare myself for trekking?

    1. While trekking in Rishikesh, you must acclimate yourself to the high altitude and climatic conditions by taking adequate time.
    2. Ensure that you start walking and make cardio exercises a part of your routine a month before the trek so that you arrive fit.
    3. Invest in a good pair of shoes and try walking in them before you use them on the trek.
    4. Prevent the consumption of alcohol or tobacco to enhance your fitness levels during the trek.

  8. What things one must carry while trekking in Rishikesh?

    Apart from the trekking attire, one must carry:

    - Backpack (min. 60 litres) with rain cover
    - Thermal inners
    - Cotton socks
    - Woollen socks
    - 1 full sleeves jacket or a fleece jacket
    - One jacket
    - One pair of gloves
    - Sun cap
    - One scarf
    - Light towel
    - Lip balm
    - Sunscreen (SPF 40+) and cold cream
    - Water bottle
    - Head/torch with extra batteries
    - Toilet kit and paper
    - Medicine kit
    - UV protected sunglasses
    - Walking stick