Are you tired of the sluggish summer? The drone of the air conditioner boring you?

The monotony of your everyday routine dragging you down?Looking at your lonely rucksack making you nostalgic for past group trips? Your favorite travel bloggers Instagram posts making you green with envy? Have a camping or trekking vacation planned for a long time but failing to see it through? Saving up thousands for that perfect trip?

If any of the above points check out for you –THEN YOU ARE THE PERFECT CANDIDATE TO BE READING THIS BLOG!

The Hosteller is the solution to all your problems. A fast expanding chain of backpacker hostels; we are offering you the best highland trips for the easiest budgets. Not only are our trips personally and authentically curated for the maximum thrill, they are also made in such a way that they are super light on the pocket. So whether you are a struggling student, a job applicant looking for a break, a group of friends searching for the perfect getaway or a travel blogger wanting to experience the most – we have you covered. Keep reading to find out the best 5 places to be planning a trek to in the upcoming months.


The Kasol-Tosh-Kheerganga circuit is a perfect trek to take for beginners and experts alike. Positioned in the middle of the majestic Parvati mountains, the villages of Kasol, Tosh, and Kheerganga are every mountain lover’s paradise. This region is especially recommended for beginners because of the small treks that can be undertaken within the area. It is famous for its dense pine forests, luscious waterfalls, natural hot water springs and serene and polite village folk. The local cuisine is a delicious fusion of Himachali and Israeli cuisine, bound to tingle your senses. The Hosteller provides an all equipment inclusive trek of the entire circuit; which means that basically, all you have to carry is your ID, clothes and some cash. This fantastic 3-day trek is going to turn anyone who is not fond of mountains. Just the view from the hiking trails itself is enough to make you fall in love with KTK.

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  • 13th Sept - 16th Sept,
  • 29th Sept – 2rd Oct,
  • 18th-21nd Oct.

Price: Starts from INR 4999/-

Duration: 3 nights – 4 days.

Highest Altitude: ~10,000 feet.

Avg. Temperature: 12°C.


Not many are privy to the excellently hidden treasure that the quaint little hamlet of Grahan is. Located en route to the popular Sar Pass trek, this town holds just about 350 residents in 30 to 40 houses. The village is extremely picturesque and looks like it has been lifted from a movie. Most of the trail to Grahan is marked with neon arrow signs, courtesy of the locals and homestay owners of the area. The entire trail is packed with wooden bridges, gurgling rivulets and dense pine forests. This makes for a perfect path to follow. Whether you are posing for pictures on top of a fallen tree trunk or chilling with a warm cup of tea; this trek will not have a single boring moment. Travelling with the Hosteller will ensure that you see all of the local attractions, including the Grahan waterfall and the well known Manikaran Gurudwara.

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Batches: 19th Oct – 21nd Oct.

Price: Starts from INR 3999/-

Duration: 2 nights – 3 days.

Highest Altitude: ~7700 feet.

Avg. Temperature: 12°C.



The Bhrigu Lake trek is easily one of the most gorgeous and alluring treks available in the entire country. Approachable from the city of Manali, this trek reaches a height of approximately 14000 feet above sea level. Legend says that the lake never fully freezes over (even in the harshest winters) because of a praying sage’s blessings. Glittery green virgin forests and scenic views of a plethora of mountains and peaks make this trek practically unforgettable. Characterised as a high altitude alpine meadow, the Bhrigu Lake trek organized by the Hosteller also lets you experience the Beas Kund valley, hot sulfur springs of Vashist and the vast grazing grounds of Rola Khuli. Book a place in the earliest available batch to ensure you don't miss out on this beauty.

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Batches: 29th Sept – 2nd Oct.

Price: Starts from INR 7999/-

Duration: 3 nights – 4 days.

Highest Altitude: >10,000 feet.

Avg. Temperature: 8°C.



The Triund trek is one of most popular lower Himalaya trails. Every year, hundreds of tourists (local and foreign alike) throng to experience this. Falling in the mighty Dhauladhar ranges, this trek starts from the pretty town of Mcleodganj. Mcleodganj is particularly well known for being Dalai Lama’s home away from home. The Triund trek is a comparatively smaller trekking route, spanning only a maximum time of 4 hours. The last 1 kilometer of the trek is the only moderately difficult area, known as the 22 curve points. Which is pretty much self-explanatory. But the Hosteller collaborates with expert guides who have been traversing these mountains ranges since years. They are more than capable of ensuring that you have a safe yet very thrilling trek.

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Batches: 19th Sept – 21st Oct.

Price: Starts from INR 2999/-

Duration: 2 nights – 3 days.

Highest Altitude: ~9350 feet

Avg. Temperature: 12°C



Located 9 km away from the town of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh, the Kareri Lake trek is one of the most highly rated offbeat locations for enthusiastic travellers. One of the best things about this lake is probably the high reflectivity of the icy blue waters. This makes for the most spectacular photo ops. The lake serves sometimes as a base for more explorative trails into the Dhauladhar range. Notably the Chamba and Bharmour. It is essentially a natural shallow lake and there are 2 temples overlooking it. The serene nature of the destination and the mind-blowing views of the entire trail, make Kareri Lake one of the Hosteller’s most offbeat and unique trekking locations. One should definitely add Kareri lake trek on their travel bucket list.

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Batches: 18th Oct – 21st Oct.

Price: Starts from INR 4499/-

Duration: 3 nights – 4 days.

Highest Altitude: ~10,000 feet

Avg. Temperature: 18°C

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