India is the home to Himalayas, and there are many technical and non-technical peaks that you can climb. Shikhar Travels Welcome to majestic and mighty mountain peaks and ranges. What could possibly be said about the formation of the Heavenly landscapes and the magical sight of the ? Every scene is breathtaking. Every second spent at that place is unforgettable. Sitting at home and simply wishing to be there gives a pleasant satisfaction to our hearts. India is renowned for its sacred mountains, which embraces a large part of the Himalayan region. For the adventurers & thrill-seekers, nothing is more exciting than a visit to the Mountains. Mountaineering allows you to open your wings and explore the charming beauty of India. Famous Indian Mountains consist of a lineage of beautiful and mesmerizing peaks of Jammu & Kashmir, Darjeeling, Leh, Ladakh (UT) and so on. The line is infinite indeed. What adds up to our psyche when we hear trekking, adventures, cold breeze and sport? Apparently, the fine answer is MOUNTAINS. Want to know the specials in order to a visit? Here we have mentioned the best climbing Mountains of India for you to have peaked
This mountain altitude is 7135m. The highest peak of Nun Kun in the Zaskar range is located near Suru valley and it’s around 250 km away from East Srinagar. It is the biggest peak in the Zaskar range and on the Indian sideline of control. Its first view was made in 1953. Only experienced mountaineers can climb on the highest peak of Mt. Nun. The technical knowledge of climbing on the mountain is a must such as the use of ice axes, crampons, jumper climbing is mandatory. You should be completely fit for climbing on this mountain due to extreme and uncertain weather conditions. It’s best for those who already done 6500M+ peak. The best time to Climb is between July-September
Traveling Route: Delhi- Leh – Kargil – Tangol – BC – Summit Mt Nun
Mt. Kamet Expedition 7756 M:
It is the second-highest mountain in Uttarakhand. It is in India, Nepal and Tibet meet in the Chamoli district of Garhwal region. Its altitude is 7,756m. Its base camp is Vasundhara Tal. It is so exquisite, and it remains frozen. The Tibet region named Kamet “Kang Med”. It’s known as a burning mountain because the sunlight directly hits this mountain and it makes it look so shiny. The finest time to visit between May – October.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Rishikesh – Joshimath – Malari – Niti Village – Shop Kharak – Base Camp – Summit of Kamet 7756 M.
Mt. Kun Expedition 7077m
Mt. Kun is an altitude of 7077m is the second tallest peak of the Nun Kun massif is situated in the upper Suru Valley. It is one of the largest peaks in the Zaskar range. The Highest peak of Nun Kun in the Zaskar range is located near Suru Valley and it’s around 250 km away from East Srinagar.
It is the biggest peak in the Zaskar range and on the Indian sideline of control. Its first view was made in 1953. Only experienced mountaineers can climb on the highest peak of Mt. kun. The technical knowledge of climbing on the mountain is a must such as the use of ice axes, crampons, jumper climbing is mandatory.
You should be completely fit for climbing on this mountain due to extreme and uncertain weather conditions. It’s best for those who already done 6000M+ peak. It’s the best time to Climb between July-September.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Leh – Kargil – Parkachik – Shafat – BC – Summit
Mt. Satopanth Expedition7075M:
It is the second-highest mountain in the Gangotri region in Uttarakhand at an altitude of 7075m. This peak includes a composite glacier approach, upper angled snow ascends, etc.
There is unexpected weather which makes climbing difficult. You should be physically fit for traveling 7000+. This expedition perfectly for those mountaineers who want to summit mout Everest in future. This is best for those mountaineers who already scaled 6500+ and looking to break this scale. The best time to visit here is between May to October.
Traveling routes: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojbasa – Gaumukh – Nandanvan – Summit – Base Camp.
Mt. Kedar Dome 6831M:
This dome is in the Garhwal range of the Himalayas in Uttrakhand. It is located 2km from the northwest side of the religiously significant Kedarnath Peak. Kedarnath and Kedar dome surrounds the Gangotri Glacier on 2 sides. This trail covers the breathtaking landscape.
The climb to this is from the standard route of the Northwest side which poses fewer challenges and difficulty due to extremely bad weather conditions. During the climb, you witness the scenic view of the Gangotri range of mountains.
This is for those mountaineers who can face high altitudes and extreme weather conditions. Mountaineers should be physically fit and healthy. The best time to climb is between June to October.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojbasa – Tapovan – Kirti Glacier (BC) – Mt. Kedar Dome
Mt. Shivling Expedition 6,543M:
This mountain is located in the Gangotri group of peaks in the Himalayan region in Uttrakhand. It is in the range of 6 km of the Hindu religious Site of Gaumaukh. It’s also called shiva linga.
This creates difficulty in the climb. Mountaineer should be fit and healthy to climb at an altitude of 6,543m. This is one of the most stunning mountain peaks in the world. This is a winning game for highly enthusiast adventurous lovers. The best time to Climb here is between May-October.
Traveling Routes: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojbasa – Gaumukh – Tapovan (Base Camp) – Mt. Shivling
Mt. Gangotri II Expedition 6590 M
It is at an altitude of 6590 m. This is located in the Garhwal Himalaya in the state of Uttrakhand. Only those mountaineers who have experience in roping up procedures, use of ice axes and crampons can go through with this expedition. You have an encounter with splendid peaks that you would never forget about it. The best time to Climb here is between May-October.
Traveling Routes: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Chirbasa – Nala Camp – Base Camp – Gangotri Summit.
Mt. CB-13 Expedition 6264 M
It is at 6264 m. This mountain is located centrally in the Lahaul Massif. This peak offers a breathtaking view of the Kunzum range. This is the finest place for those mountaineers who have good knowledge of mountains and want to climb in Himachal Pradesh.
CB 13 is a stunning peak on the Dhaka glacier that is visible from Chandertal. Its base camp is a rocky patch near the glacier gives beautiful views of CB 12 and CB 14. The best time to visit here is between May-September.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Manali – Batal – Base Camp – Summit.
Mt. Nanda Devi East Expedition 7434M:
It is at an altitude of 7434m. It is the second-highest mountain in India, and it has two summits the main summit is 7816 m and Nanda Devi East at 7434 m. The mountain itself surrounded by a number of peaks over 21000 feet. It makes an extremely difficult mountain to climb.
This circle of peaks form which is known as the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. There are now very few ascents left of this beautiful mountain. This peak is situated in a very well-known park named Nanda Devi national park. The best time to Climb here is between May-October.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Kathgodam – Almora – Munsyari – Lilam – Bugdiar – Martoli – Milam – Lwani – Base Camp – Summit of Nanda Devi East.
Mt. Bandarpunch Expedition 6316 M
Mt. Bandarpunch Expedition 6316 M:
It is at an altitude of 6316 m. It is known as a monkey’s tail and is a lovely mountain in the western Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. This mountain has three summits Bandarpunch I (6316m) and Bandarpunch II (6102m) and Kalanag (Black Peak) at 6387m.
This peak witness by many other parts of Garhwal. This summit gives you majestic views of join peaks, Sudarshan Parbat, Gangotri group of peaks, Chandra Parbat, The, Jaonli, Matri, and Satopanth. It is a memorable trek for adventure lovers. The best time to Climb Mt. Bandarpunch Expedition 6316 M May-October.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Sukhi – Forest Camp – Base Camp – Summit.
Mount Frey Expedition 5830M
Mount Frey Expedition 5830M:
Mount Fery (5859m) The Himalayas cover complete northern region of India and expanding to east and this usually put travellers in dilemma whether to go north or east. But the Mount Fery expedition quenches the thirst of both the sides as the journey starts from Delhi to Gangotri (Uttarakhand in North) to summit (passing by Bakhim – Tsoka) and then changing route towards east from Tsoka to Yumthang to Gangtok (Sikkim). This will be one of the lifetime experiences for a traveller that will satisfy the soul of wanderlust in 20 days journey. The best time to climb April, May, June, September, and October.
Delhi – Bagdogra – Gangotri – Yuksum – Bakhim – Tsoka – Dzongri – Chaurikhang (Base Camp) -Summit
Mt. Bhagirathi II expedition 6512M
Mt. Bhagirathi II expedition 6512M:
It is from 6512m. It is the second-highest peak of the Bhagirathi Massif Itself in the Gangotri range of mountains in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand. It is most famous in between Bhagirathi 1(6856m) and Bhagirathi 3(6454m). It offers a glimpse of Thalaysagar, Shivling, and Meru peak. You should have a past mountaineering experience of scaling 4000M+. Then, this mountain is best for those trekkers who wish to climb above this. This trek requires ropes, ice axes, and crampons. You encounter with splendid views of the Gangotri region during your trek. The best time to visit is between May – October.
Traveling Route: Delhi – Rishikesh – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Bhojbasa – Gaumukh (3892M) – Nandanvan BC (4340 M) – Bhagirathi Summit.
Mt. Kang Yatse II expedition 6240M: The mountain is in Markha Valley of the Ladakh UT region and having a height of 6,240M. It is somehow located inside the Hemis National Park. Climbing of this mountain is much easier as compared to its other summit. It will be a and the most happening and remarkable treks for the travelers. You will be very exciting to see flora and fauna on the way. The Journey to this trek will take you to re-connect with nature. The best time to visit is between June, July, August, September.