Trekking The Western Himalayas: Trekker's Paradise
TREKKING THE WESTERN HIMALAYAS
India is the home to 70% of the Himalayas with one of the largest number of 6,000 and 7,000 meter high peaks in the world plus, one 8,000 meter high peak, the Mount Kanchenjunga which is the third highest in the world. Big mountains like Mount Nanda Devi 7,816 meters, Mount Saser Kangri 7,672 meters, Mount Kamet 7,756 meters, Mount Nanda Devi East 7,434 meters, Mount Kabru 7,412 meters, Mount Rimo 7,385 meters, Mount Trishul 7,120 meters, Mount Hardeol 7,151 meters, Mount Trishuli 7,074 meters, Mount Nun 7,135 meters, Mount Kangto 7,090 meters, Mount Kun 7,044 meters are but a few big mountains of Indian Himalayas to mention. With the lunar landscapes of the high altitude deserts of the Little Tibet of Ladakh, Zanskar and Spiti in the far West to, the lush green monsoon and river fed valleys of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Sikkim to, the misty greenery of Arunachal Pradesh in the far East, India bounds bulk of the 1,400 kilometers length of the Great Himalayan Ranges!