Trekking is an adventure that one should try at least once in their life. Some may think that trekking is very difficult and it needs a lot of energy and fitness but there are many trekking options that are easy and are perfect for the beginners.
If you are looking some options for trekking in Chennai in coming months then here are some events that you can take in account.
To the Nightingale of Mountains Nilgiris: This trekking in scheduled on 26th August at 8 AM in the morning and will end on 27th August at 11 AM. This is a weekend and the program is organised by the ‘Tent N Trek’. One has to reserve their seats by paying an amount of Rs 3000. Nilgiris are the mountain ranges that border the states of Kerala and Karnataka. The hill stations here look like a fairytale with full of cloudy peaks, green valleys, dense forests and glades. In monsoon, one can also see several waterfalls. The best part of this area is, one can get to hear the Nightingale bird singing and this is a soothing one for the ears.
A weekend at the Yelagiri Adventure Camp: This event is organised by the ‘Tent N Trek’ and this one is happening from 26th August to 27th August. One can book their places by paying an amount of Rs 3500. If you are looking for a one day trip near Bangalore or Chennai, then this one can suit you well. One can gather a group of friends and set out for it. One can get to see a lot of breathtaking landscapes and can do some interesting events there. If you are into adventure sports then definitely go for this trip and try out sports like bungee trampoline, human sling shot, zip lines and many other things. Then there is nature walk, musical nights in this trip as well. One will get refreshments, lunch, dinner, accommodation at night, camp fire and sleeping bags.
Binsar Sanctuary Trek: This one will begin on 24th September at 9 in the morning and will end on 28th September at 10 Pm in the night. One has to reserve their seats with an amount of Rs 12000. Those who are looking for some offbeat places for holidaying, then this is the perfect one for them. This sanctuary is located in the state if Uttarakhand. As this one is very close to the Himalayas, one can get to see the snow clad mountains. Those who have interests in biodiversity, this is a great place for them. Binsar is almost 31 kms away from the town of Almora and the trek route includes stoppages like Dhaulchhina, Gaunap and Shaukyathal. The difficulty level of this trek is easy and anyone can take part in this. It is advisable not to take this trek during monsoons.
When you are going for a trek always carry clothes that are comfortable for walking long distance. Take sippers as you will feel thirsty while walking.