One of the less well-known treks in the Himalayan region is the Bhyundar Khal Trek. They travelled this route when Sir Frank Smythe, an English climber and botanist known for his ascents in the Alps and Himalayas, was in charge of British India. He descended Kamet and found this gorgeous valley on his way back to his house. The Bhyundar Khal Trek begins in the well-known Valley of Flowers and rises steadily higher until it reaches the isolated valley of Tipra. While walking along this path, you might see some of the most breathtaking views of the scenic valley, snow-capped mountains, moraines, river, and unusual plants.