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Moon peak Expedition in Dhauladhar Ranges


Dhauladhar Mountain range in Himachal Pradesh is home to many trekking routes and treks. One such is the trek to Rong pass trek in Dhauladhar Ranges. This one day trek to Rong Pass at an elevation of 6,570 ft will make you see snow capped mountains, green valley, rivers, flowers and amazing biodiversity. This trek is also great for bird watching and photography.

About dhauladhar mountain 

The Dhauladhar mountains are also home to Himalayan giants including the third highest mountain in the world – Gangotri, sixth highest Mount Kailash, 8th highest Mount Kedarnath, 13th highest Mount Nanda Devi, 15th highest Vashishta, 17th highest Mount Shivling, 20th highest Mount Everest, 22nd highest Gauri Parbat, 25th highest Nanda Ghunti, 30th highest Shivling, 32nd highest Mount Himlaya, 42nd highest Mount Panchchuli, 43rd highest Dhauladhar, 51st highest Mount Chomolungma.

The Moon Peak Expedition in Himachal Pradesh is one of the famous high altitude treks in the state. The trek can be done from May to September.

Moon Peak Expedition or Rong-la Par-la trek is a popular day trek in Dhauladhar Ranges in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It takes about 4-6 hours to complete the trek. The place is named after Rong-la and Rong-la Par (two smaller lakes beside the main one).

Puker Hill is one of the few trekking spots in India which falls under two treks – Moon Peak Expedition and Puker Hill trek. For Moon Peak Expedition, start your trek from Narkanda which is a small town in Kinnaur district and reach Rong-la on the second day. For Puker Hill trek, start your trek from Manali and reach Puker Hill on third day.

Facts about trek 

Moon Peak Expedition trek is a perfect place to enjoy the beauty of nature and get in touch with the life of local people. It is also a place for camping. If you are a mountaineer or adventure lover, this trek is for you.

Moon Peak Expedition is a day trek of about 6 hrs starting from Narkanda in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh.

Where the trek passes

This trek passes through beautiful lush valleys, dense forests and meadows, along with some stunning mountain views along the way. The trek starts from Narkanda, a small town in Kinnaur district, in the north part of Himachal Pradesh. It leads you to Rong-la Lake, a small paradise on a hillock.

If you love adventure sports, then there is no better place than Puker Hill Trek. It is an adventurous trek with views of Kanchenjunga, Nanda Devi, Himalayan peaks, glaciers and snow capped peaks in the background. This trek takes about three to four days. Start your trek from Manali or Leh in Ladakh and reach at Puker Hill on the third day.

How to start the trek

The trek starts from a beautiful mountain valley and passes through picturesque villages along with small rivers, beautiful landscapes and amazing view of snow capped peaks. The trek ends at Puker Hill which is the highest point in India. There are plenty of trekking options starting from different regions of Himachal Pradesh.

Racham Pass trek or Par La Pass Trek in the Western Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh in the state of Punjab in India, is a treks paradise. It can be done in any season. In summers the climate is warm and dry with pleasant weather. The winters is cold and dry with heavy snow. The monsoon brings a pleasant climate, lush greenery and a perfect place for camping.

Start your trek from Keylong in the eastern part of Himachal Pradesh, which is the nearest and the easiest place to start. After visiting a famous temple in Keylong, start the trek.

The trek takes you through the alpine meadows, high altitude forests, waterfalls and lakes of a very scenic mountainous area of Himachal Pradesh.

The trek takes you to Choti Pass which is an easy climb and about 8,000 ft above sea level. The best time to do this trek is in the months of October to May.

Par La Pass trek is one of the high altitude treks in India, which is possible to be completed in any season. It is one of the easiest treks to Rakhiganga River in India, it starts from Joginder Nagar.

This trek starts from the town of Rakhiganga which is in the Jammu and Kashmir state and ends in the town of Churi at 7,600 ft.

If you are looking for an adventure, then trek to the Rakhiganga River. This treks goes all the way through high altitude mountain forests, waterfalls and alpine meadows to reach the river.

The par la pass trek or Rakhiganga River Trek can be done in any season. Some of the popular trekking routes in Himachal Pradesh, which fall under the category of High altitude treks are- Gaurikund Trek, Spiti Valley Trek, Dhanaulti trek, Chiri, etc.

Rakhiganga is the river of the gods, the holy river in the Jammu and Kashmir State. People believe that this river will provide abundant food for a thousand souls who are willing to take a dip in the river. It is one of the main attractions of Jammu and Kashmir.

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