Trekking in Uttarakhand, Himalayas, India

Welcome to Rishikesh!

Rishikesh, also known as "Yoga capital" of the world, has numerous yoga centers Ashrams and Temples. It is believed that meditation in Rishikesh brings one closer to attainment of moksha, as does a dip in the holy river Ganges that flows through it. Since mid 80's Rishikesh got famous for adventure activities like Trekking, Rafting and many other adventure sports. Rishikesh is also starting point for famous Chardam yatra (Pilgrimage).
Rishikesh attract several thousand of Pilgrims, tourist and adventure seekers every year. If you are looking for trekking in Rishikesh, There are many beautiful treks and walks around Rishikesh.

Let's explore some of the best places around Rishikesh! Best Time to visit Rishikesh:

Rishikesh has its own charm all time of the year, however for trekking around Rishikesh autumn (Oct-Dec) and spring (Feb-April) is the best. During summer season (May-June) Rishikesh is hoter (35c+), however you can go further higher for Himalayan treks.


Best treks in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand


Kunjapuri Temple Sunrise Trek

Kunjapuri temple is located at the height of 1650m from sea level and offer great views of Himalayas and shivalik foothills. Kunjapuri dedicated to Goddes Parvati (wife of lord Shiva).


Neelkanth Temple Trek

This is another popular trek on the true left side of Ganges, situated at the height of 1330m. This temple is dedicated to lord Shiva.


Rishikesh Shivpuri Trek

This exciting trek starts from Kyarki village, 7km from Tapovan Laxmanjhulla. We will pass through the village with most spectacular views of Ganges and Rishikesh.


Kota Malla Village Trek

This trek is longer and remoter in treks around Rishikesh. This trek can be done in one long day, however we recommend to do this in 2 easy days.

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