5 adventurous treks in Jaipur you can explore after lockdown

5 adventurous treks in Jaipur you can explore after lockdown


There is no lie that we all miss that excitement of traveling in the summertime. Summer trips feel like nostalgia now after not being able to go for them two years in a row. We know that it’s unpredictable when and how we will be able to travel again normally, but what if we tell you that you can experience that same adventure of traveling without leaving Jaipur at all. Well, have you ever explored the beautiful treks of Jaipur? If no, then what are you waiting for?


Trekking is a whole different experience in itself, it feels like a beautiful journey with gorgeous mountain-covered views filled with strong will and discipline. It pushes you from within to get to the highest top and leaves you with feelings of joy and accomplishment. It’s a great form of adventure that feels very therapeutic at the same time, and the best part is that to do trekking you don’t have to leave Jaipur at all because what if we tell you that this city is gifted with some breathtaking treks located in the lap of Aravalli hills. You don’t need any special preparations to go on these treks, just some good sports shoes, a big water bottle, and some snacks are good to go.  Exciting isn’t it?

So please have a look at these 5 treks in Jaipur you can explore after lockdown –


Hathni Kund  –

Also known as Water Valley Trek, Hathni Kund is one of the most popular treks in Jaipur. Located on the way to Nahargarh, the starting point of this trek is the Charan Mandir situated near Nahargarh fort. It used to be a very offbeat and unknown spot a few years ago but it has gained popularity in recent years and now you can find a good crowd there especially on weekends or in monsoon.

It’s a very easy and flat trek for beginners so you probably don’t need to do a lot of hiking. It ends on a mesmerizing waterfall hidden in the mountain valley. This waterfall looks even more beautiful in the monsoon. It’s a great way to spend your Sunday morning especially if you are just a beginner.

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Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev Trek –

Located near the Nahargarh Biological Park, it is one of the oldest treks of Jaipur. Our elders have told us stories about this place once being a popular location for all wild animals in the middle of the forest but now it’s a very safe place for your weekend mornings. It is much longer than the Hathni Kund but it’s worth the time and effort because the view at the end is just incredible.

There are two ways to complete this trek with the popular starting point being Nahargarh Biological Park. This route is very easy and flat for beginners. The other route starts from Sagar lake, this is more suitable for those who are seeking more adventure with the route being a little more hard and steep.

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Chour Ghati Trek –

This trek used to be so sacred and desolate a few years back before it gained its popularity after some guides started including it in their trek routes. It’s been in the city since the 15th century is one of the most ancient treks present on this list. It is one of the most serene treks outs there, filled with nature’s beauty, greenery, and peace. Its unique trail starts and ends at the most popular Galta Ji Temple of Jaipur.

It’s a slightly harder trek as it’s located in the middle of a very dense forest filled with wild animals. It’s the most quietest and peaceful trek in the city. If you are someone who would love to get lost in nature then this trek is for you. However, some leopard presence has been noted in the area making it a dangerous trek for the normal public. It’s better to visit this place with a wildlife guide to ensure proper safety.

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Chulgiri Trek –

Chulgiri Trek is located near the Chulgiri temple, a very popular and holy tourist spot in Jaipur. It is one of the most rustic and steep treks on this list as the mountains are very rocky and a little hard to climb there. The trek starts on the foothill of the Chulgiri mountain.

These hills are home to many leopards as the temple is situated on the border of Jhalana forest so it is not advisable to trek into the Jungle area, you should be opting for the stairs on this trek. The stairs lead you to the Jain temple and the whole walk works out as a good cardio workout.  The view of the whole Jhalana forest from the top is definitely breathtaking and can leave anyone mesmerized by its beauty.

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Amer Fort Wall Ramparts –

These wall ramparts have been present in Amer since the foundation of this city. They are very ancient and a symbol of our heritage and culture. Located exactly opposite the Amer fort, this is a very popular spot among Instagrammers and Travel bloggers.

It starts off as a staircase opposite the Amer lake and goes on to become a long, rustic trek covering the Aravalli hills. It is a steep and steady climb with some slippery texture in the monsoon season. This trek covers a lot of the nearby hills and mountains therefore it’s very unexplored, we advise you to not go for a long route on this as it can be difficult to be coming back from those steep stairs.

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These were the most exciting treks waiting for you to be explored after the lockdown. Please plan your trek in advance with the basic necessities, also please note that you should be respecting and loving nature when you are going for these treks so please don’t litter or cause any harm to the surroundings when you are there.

Happy Trekking!