Hiking and Trekking in Jaipur
When we started Bikepacking India in 2018, we dared to look beyond forts and palaces. The Covid-19 pandemic forced us to look beyond Bikepacking and share our beloved Bikepacking trails.
Our well curated hiking trails are born during the pandemic turning limitations into opportunities. Hiking offers adventure to patrons from all walks of life from avid hikers to nature enthusiasts alike.
Nahargarh Waterfall Hike
Hiking to Nahargarh Hatni kund in Jaipur is one of the most happening things in Jaipur, beginning at the famous Garh Ganesh Temple this hike is great for large groups, kids & elders alike. If there could be any hike that could offer everything; easy undulating terrain, nature, history captivating views and a bit of adventure then this is the perfect hike for you.
Galta Ji (Monkey Temple) Ridge Hike
Nestled in a forest in the east of Jaipur City is the revered pilgrimage site of Galta Ji. The banal sobriquet “Monkey Temple” is a moniker bestowed upon this historical site by the conventional tourism industry. The Galta Ji pilgrimage & Ashram was started by one of the most notable 16th century Hindu saints of the vaishnava tradition.
The Abandoned Fort Hike
The abandoned Kuntalgarh Fort is reminiscent of late 13th century Amber built by King Kuntal Dev of Amber. Fort Kuntalgarh hike is special because it is nestled deep in nature and has history that dates back to the pre-1000s.