Trekking can be a rejuvenating experience. And especially when you are trekking in the Himalayas, you get to witness the grandeur of the mighty mountain ranges.

Sometimes, just a weekend of trekking can leave a long-lasting impression on us.
If you too want to escape the city life for a while, here's a list of weekend treks close to Delhi that you can go on.

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1. Nag Tibba (8 hours from Delhi)

A relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie, this is surely the best weekend trek. It takes you through dense forests and offers stunning views of the snow-covered Bandarpoonch peak, the Gangotri group of peaks, and Kedarnath peak.

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Region: Uttarakhand
Altitude: 9,914 ft
How to get there: Start the trek from Panthwari village which is a four hour road journey from Dehradun.
You can book the trek here.

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2. Prashar Lake (11 hours from Delhi)

What can be better than trekking to a fresh blue lake surrounded by the Dhauladhar ranges? This trek offers a 180 degree view of the Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal and Kinnaur mountain ranges.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 8,900 ft
How to get there: Reach Kantlu which is about two hours from Mandi and start trekking.
You can book the trek here.

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3. Kheerganga (12 hours from Delhi)

Kheerganga's panoramic skies and vast greenery are a much needed delight to the trekker's eyes. Hot water springs and a small temple of Lord Shiva make a rare combination amidst snow-covered landscape.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 13,000 ft
How to reach there: Get to Barshaini village from Kasol from where you can start the trek.
You can book the trek here.

4. Bhrigu Lake (12.5 hours from Delhi)

One of the most highlighting feature of this trek is that you get to climb up to an ambitious height of 14,000 ft in just three days. This trek also gives you the rare opportunity to pass through the alpine meadows.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 14,000 ft
How to reach: The trek begins at Gulaba which is 20 km from Manali.
You can book the trek here.

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5. Kuppar Bugyal (7-8 hours from Delhi)

If you want to venture out into an endless expanse of forests, this is the trek for you. Kuppar Bugyal lies amidst the dense forests in the Pabbar valley.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 9,000 ft
How to reach: The trek starts from Khada Pathar which is 85 km from Shimla.
You can book the trek here.

6. Triund (9 hours from Delhi)

This is one of the easiest and most stunning treks in Himachal Pradesh. While in Triund, you can easily gaze at the astounding Dhauladhar Range on one side and the Kangra Valley on the other.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 10,5000 ft'
How to reach: You can start the trek from McLeodganj.
You can book the trek here.

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7. Deoban (7.5 hours from Delhi)

This is one such trek where you just trek for a few hours and find yourself amidst the Himalayan ranges.

You get a stupendous view of Garhwali mountains like Mt. Bandarpoonch and even Mt. Nanda Devi, the tallest mountain that lies completely in India.

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Region: Uttarakhand

Altitude: 9,280 ft
How to reach: Drive to Lokhandi from Dehradun and then start the trek.
You can book the trek here.

8. Benog Tibba (6.5 hours from Delhi)

This is a perfect trek for beginners. While on the trek, you pass through the Benog mountain quail sanctuary of Mussoorie. It's a lesser-known route which is worth exploring.

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Region: Uttarakhand

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How to reach: Reach Mussoorie and start the trek from here.
You can book the trek here.

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9. Khar Myundari Trek (12 hours from Delhi)

Khar Myundari trek takes you to some of the prettiest plains near Manali. The trek trail takes you through thick deodar and pine forests, giving you the beautiful views of the Kullu valley.

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Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 11,200 ft
How to reach: The trek starts from Setan which around 1 hour drive from Manali.
You can book the trek here.

10. Kareri Lake (10 hours from Delhi)

The trek to Kareri Lake is one of the most scenic alpine treks in Himachal Pradesh that goes though several gushing streams and passes through green meadows. Kareri lake is a glacial lake very close to the snowline.

Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 9,650 ft
How to reach: The trek starts from Kareri village near Mcleodganj.
You can book the trek here.

11. Auli Gorson Bugyal (13 hours from Delhi)

It is one of the most enthralling yet exciting trekking trails in Garhwal Himalayas and will take one through the confluence of various alpine forests, meadows and rhododendrons forests.Most amazing part of the trek is a beautiful view of the Himalayan mountains like Nanda Devi, Kamet, the Dunagiri.

Region: Uttarakhand

Altitude: 11,400 ft
How to reach: You will need to take a ropeway from Rishikesh to Auli, from where you start the trek.
You can book the trek here.

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12. Hatu Peak (9.5 hours from Delhi)

Hatu Peak Trek is a day hike which packs in everything that you get in a full-fledged Himalayan trek, including dark pine forests, majestic mountain views, enchanting meadows and the thrill of walking on snow, provided you time it right.

Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 8,884 ft
How to reach: The trek starts at Narkhanda, 63 km from Shimla.
You can book the trek here.

13. Beas Kund (12.5 hours from Delhi)

This is stunning trek just ahead of Manali. You get to witness the taintless beauty of the Beas river and also come across the Beas Kund glacier while you are trekking. You need a long weekend, maybe 3-4 days to complete this trek.

Region: Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 12,000 ft.
How to reach: The trek starts from Solang, just about 15 km from Manali.
You can book the trek here.

Plan your weekend trip right away and get backpacking.