This is undoutably the perfect trek in Sikkim and framed for superb mountain views, a floral spectacle in summer, birds and views of pristine forests. The trek passes through the Kanchendzonga Bio-Sphere Reserve Forests and special trekking permits with a few fees are paid.
Chandra Tal is also known as “Moon Lake” is the starting of the Chandra River. It was once a tentative place for traders from the Tibet and Ladakh who went to Spiti and the Kullu valley, but today it attracts a huge number of adventure enthusiasts from around the world. Located at an altitude of 4300 m, Chandra Tal Lake is just a 6 kms away from the Kunzum Pass in Spiti and Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh. 3)Ladakh Monastery Trek
Ladakh Monastery trek is Passing through speacial mountains and walking by sparkling lakes, trekkers have the chances to visit these historically rich shrines that have endured difficulties from time to time. The trek will not be consist one that to witness number of monasteries but also the lifestyle of the Indo-Tibetans, the Zanskari culture and also the festivals, avalanches, wildlife, unexplored canyons and sparkling azure lakes too. It is a trek that promises adventure, exploration and a learning experience all at one.
Roop kund is situated in Chamoli district of garhwal in Uttaranchal. The road head for roopkund is lohajung 155km distance from Almora, 217km from Nainital and 235km from Kathgodam. Roopkund situated at the height of 5029m in the lap of Trishuli massif. This area is also known as the ‘mystery lake’.Since human skeletons and also remains of horses from the poleolithic age were found in here.The lake is surrounded by rock-strewn glacier and also snow clad peaks. The starting point of the trek is at the lohajung, The trek of Roopkund passes through the lushgreen grassy land and conifer forest clining into sloper of hills. The trek thereafter winds its own way along the pindar river. Bedni bugyal and Bhagwawasa are the perfectl places in this trek. You must found lots of “Bramhakamal” near Bhawawara.