Craving some family bonding over an activity-based break? A trek to one of the beautiful mountains in India is just what you need. These scenic treks not only promise numerous beautiful family photos but also a bagful of memories you and your kids will cherish forever. Have a look!

Kuari Pass Trek

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This trek is perfectly crafted for beginners. The imposing scenery can be witnessed from atop Kuari Pass, the distant lofty snow clad mountains are simply a terrific site to be viewed.  During the trek, you are likely to encounter several tributaries of the Ganges, dense mountain forest, and the majestic surrounding mountains.

You can start your trek from the basecamp i.e Auli. From there you trek for four hours to reach Gorson Bugyal and camp at Chitrakantha the next night. On the last day, you trek through the Kuari Pass, exit via Khullara to Dhak and drive to Joshimath.

Eligible Age: Above 7-year-olds

Altitude: 3718m

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

Starting point: Auli

Har Ki Doon

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Har ki Doon is a paradise for trekkers, nature lovers and bird watchers. It is a perfect trek for summer and winter time and can easily be pursued with family.  This trek will take you one of the least explored Garhwal Himalayan regions.

You can start your trek from Sankri and from there you’ve to trek for 8 hours to reach Puani Garaat. Stay at the Kalkatiyadhaar camp next night, and explore Har ki Doon valley.

Eligible Age: Above 9-year-olds

Altitude: 3556m

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

Starting point: Sankri

Chandrashila Trek

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The highest peak of the Tungnath ranges and highest among the Panch Kedars brings a spectacular view of the Himalayas including the peak of Nanda Devi, Trisul, Chaukhama Peaks, Bandarpunch and Kedar Peak.

The first basecamp is in Sari. From there you can trek for an hour to reach Deoriatal and camp at Rohini Bugyal the next night. On the last day, head to the Chandrashila Peak, exit via Tungnath to Bhrujgali.

Eligible Age: Above 7-year-olds

Altitude: 3925m

Difficulty level: Easy

Starting point: Chopta

Champa Devi Trek

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This trek is one of the best treks to see Kathmandu valley, including Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts. Champa Devi trek is a short and challenging hike. You’ll get an opportunity to see magnificent panorama views of Himalayas range like Mt Gauri Shankar, Mt Jugal and Mt. Langtang. The site offers a splendid bird eye view of Kirtipur city and Pharping village.

You can start your trek from Dalhousie. From there you trek for 5 hours to reach Kalatop, a picturesque mountain peak and then camp again at Khajjiar the next night. Explore the Mangla village and then head back!

Eligible Age: Above 7-year-olds

Altitude: 2278m

Difficulty level: Easy

Starting point: Chopta

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Hampta Pass Trek

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You can get the best of the state in a short duration, so it is the best trek in Himachal Pradesh to pursue with family. Easy access, open meadows, valleys, and lush green pine forest, you can enjoy with your kids the beauty of pristine nature. To get most of this trek adventure junkies can include Chandratal trek to it.

Start your trek from Jagatsukh, from there you trek for 5 hours to reach Bhanra village, and then camp again at Tilgan meadows the next night. Spend the night at Jogi Dug and then head to the last campsite at Chikka via Kharmandari.

Eligible Age: Above 7-year-olds

Altitude: 4267m

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

Starting point: Jagatsukh

Trekking with kids can be a great learning experience for them as well as you and it’s the perfect activity for family bonding. So, go and plan your next adventure trip with your kids.