Freeride Skiing trips – India

India is home to some of the highest mountains in the world, offering truly remote and peacful freeride skiing destinations!

The mountains in India are an absolutely amazing sight to behold, from the mighty and world-famous Himalayas to the imposing ranges located in Jammu and Kashmir, they seemingly tower over the rest of the world.

Nestled within these humongous mountains are some of the best and most under-rated freeride skiing spots one can imagine, with few people and massive tracts of land and mountain to ski on.

Take a pick from our selection of freeride skiing trips in India, and you won’t regret it all!


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India is a vast and massive country, so there are several options for places to fly in to before starting your trip. Most backcountry skiing expeditions are located in the country’s north, along the border of China, so arriving at the international airport in New Delhi (DEL) is most convenient.

From there you might transfer to a more regional airport. The most common one for Jammu and Kashmir is the Srinagar airport (SXR). For eastern parts of the Himalayas, you might head to Leh (IXL) or Kalimpong (IXB).

The villages, towns and cities in India are full of fascinating and rich histories, culture, architecture and life which they are very proud of, providing endless hours of exploration and discovery, thus ensuring there is always something to see and do.



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During Winter, temperatures drop to freezing and below around the Himalayas and other mountainous areas, with plenty of associated snow cover.


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How to get there

New Dehli is the closest airport to the Northern, more mountainous regions, and flights arrive there from all major international hubs.

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Best time to visit

January to March, when the weather is coldest and the snowfall heaviest.




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