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Himachal Pradesh is one of the few places in the world to have such geographical diversity. Low hills just a few hundred metres abve the sea level climb on to touch the core of the Himalaya mountains. Here are peaks which never loose its perinnial snow. Rivers in deep gorges and placid mountains lakes, thick forests and scres of scree, mountain sides draped in snow and green alpine pastures make it truly a beautiful place.
This place offers immense outdoor activities, sport and adventure. There are day hikes, trek routes that follow trails lasting form a couple of days to a few weeks. In winter sports there is skiing, heli skiing, ice skating and tobogganing. There is the thrill of paragliding and the test of stamina with mountain cycling. You can go camping, fishing, play golf, take a safari, etc. Mountaineering, rappeling and rock climbing along with water sports like boating, kayaking, swimming and river rafting.
Make up your mind and select you activity. There is no need of any special training. Equipment, training, instructors and special packages are available. Contact details are given below:-
Spring (May/June)- You would get lots of snow but roads are at worst, lots and lots of tourists and obviously a costly trip with escalated price.
Monsoon (July/Aug) - Ladakh/Lahaul/Spiti is historically there is no rain but traffic is high.
Autumn (Sep/Oct) - Roads are at the best but almost no snow enroute. Weatherwise I like this season personally the most, the weather after monsoon recedes remain crystal clear with least haze/dust/mist and gives excellent visibility for watching peaks.
Winter (Nov-April) - At your own risk without any tourists, excellent bargain and budget trip is likely. Also for special interest tours like say Chaddar trek of Zanskar, this is the time to go.