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Things to make a note of before visiting the winter wonderland: Chadar Trek

Things to make a note of before visiting the winter wonderland: Chadar Trek

The desire to see the unseen, to explore the unexplored, the will to know your limits to push, has upsurged visitors to the Chadar trek. It is the most popular trek or a winter trek to be precise. Situated in the Zanskar region of the Jammu Kashmir state, the trail of Zanskar river tends to…

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Walking Hacks In The Mountain

Walking Hacks In The Mountain

Amazing mountain peaks, vivacious alpine flora, infinitely spread meadows and adrenaline adventures. Being in high altitudes is an unbelievable escapade. However, good things never come easy. Lot more than money and endurance goes to attain these treasures. One should unlearn what he/she has learned at home to have an effortless jaunt to the Himalayas. There are…

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Are you really prepared for a winter trek?

Are you really prepared for a winter trek?

Winter treks are gaining popularity thanks to the mesmerizing dreamy white land experiences it boastfully showcases. We are pretty much aware that the winter season makes trekking a challenging activity. The trekkers, presumably, love the adrenaline rush of sheer adventures of snow land. While we particularly focus on fitness for winter thrills, we tend to…

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World Tourism Day

World Tourism Day

World Tourism Day is a day to celebrate the spirit of traveling. Something which we all love because trekkers are travelers. They are the adventure seekers who want to touch each and every mountain on the planet. This year’s WTD also highlights the importance of Technology for tourism. Hence, the theme this year is ‘Tourism and…

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Why an incomplete trek is counted as a complete one

Why an incomplete trek is counted as a complete one

Yippee!!!! You registered for a wonderful trek and now the excitement keeps building. You have researched a bit, seen marvelous spectacles of the mighty mountains. You have definitely thought which pictures will fill your Instagram and FB updates. All your friends and family know about the endeavored adventure, they boost you up as well. Not only that,…

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The reason why most people want to quit their jobs and travel to the mountains

The reason why most people want to quit their jobs and travel to the mountains

Doesn’t it sound bizarre when you hear that your colleague quits a job just to roam in the mountains? It is crazy, how can one leave a luxurious, quintessential city life to live an uncertain raw life in the mountains. According to the  Ministry of Tourism, Adventure Tourism industry has grown tremendously in the last…

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What makes Dayara Bugyal the ideal winter wonderland

What makes Dayara Bugyal the ideal winter wonderland

Witnessing a snowfall in the mountains is on every trekker’s checklist. A trek that looks marvellous both in the winter season, as well as the summer season, is an added bonus.  One such trek is Dayara Bugyal. Huge snow-covered meadows, forests trails which boast of Oak, Maple and Rhododendrons trees, splendid mountain views of Bandarpoonch,…

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Things you should make a note of before choosing a trekking company

Things you should make a note of before choosing a trekking company

How important is it to choose a good trekking agency? What are the points that you should consider before booking with a particular trekking company? One of the most common mistakes which our fellow trekkers commit is that they only compare the trek cost which different agencies have to offer. Do you actually come to…

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Monsoon Scenes from a Year Ago On Har Ki Dun

Monsoon Scenes from a Year Ago On Har Ki Dun

“..And the earth itself. It smells differently in different places. But loveliest fragrance is known only when it receives a shower of rain. And then the scent of wet earth rises as though it were giving something beautiful back to the clouds—a blend of all the fragrant things that grow in it.” ― Ruskin Bond,…

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Best Monsoon trek in Himalayas

Best Monsoon trek in Himalayas

Get set to get wet with breathtaking Himalayas Wake up plainsfolks !! It’s raining so gorgeous in the hills today and don’t you know that’s when adventure really thickens? Days pass, life moves on, and so the seasons change. But the Himalayas keep standing tall through all eternity, the colours of passing seasons reflecting in…

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This Summer Explore The Hidden Treasures Under The Snow-Cover

This Summer Explore The Hidden Treasures Under The Snow-Cover

A new season is arriving which will give you the opportunity to experience the hidden treasures and adventures underneath the beautiful snow cover. Summer brings all-natural livelihood back to the Himalayas when the sun is up and all the living things come out of hibernation. You can hear the chirping of birds, the sound of…

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Gangotri Gomukh Tapovan Trek – Hidden adventures at the most religious place on Earth

Gangotri Gomukh Tapovan Trek – Hidden adventures at the most religious place on Earth

Here we add another trek to your bucket list. But let me warn you this trek will blow your mind with its authenticity and sacredness. Of course, it does bring adventures that you as an explorer are looking for. Let me raise the curtain now, it is the Gamukh Tapovan Trek or the Gangotri Glacier…

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5 Reasons True-blue Himalayan Wanderers Shouldn’t Miss the Mountains in Winter

5 Reasons True-blue Himalayan Wanderers Shouldn’t Miss the Mountains in Winter

If you are a true-blue thrill seeker and lover of the Himalayas, starting wee end of the year and continuing up to next March might be a highly opportune period to go in the mountains. Try timing your winter treks  from December onward. This is when the first snowflakes are born in the womb of the…

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The Green Cause: Trekking to Spread Eco-Awareness in the Himalayas

The Green Cause: Trekking to Spread Eco-Awareness in the Himalayas

“Our society must move from ego-system to eco-system economics. This requires that we shift from ego-system silos to eco-system awareness that considers others and includes the whole.” Indeed. We feel the need for eco sensitivity strongly more than ever when encountering careless garbage disposal on our haunts in the mountains. As a contributor to increasing…

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The Tent Question: Our Thoughts on Two-in-a-tent vs Three-in-a-tent

The Tent Question: Our Thoughts on Two-in-a-tent vs Three-in-a-tent

At our post-Diwali team meet, the topic of discussion was— possible changes in our trek method for better economy of resources. That’s when one of our trek leaders suggested three in one tent accommodation instead of the TTH standard twin sharing tenting policy. Thus began the debate of 2 vs 3 in a tent !!…

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What’s Hot in Winter Kuari Pass Trek Starting this November

What’s Hot in Winter Kuari Pass Trek Starting this November

For Himalayan thrillophiliacs it is hard to resist the magnetic pull of Kuari Pass under winter’s icy spell. Every year, come November, we open our first trek of the season on the marquee route skirting Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve and twisting towards the high pass of Kuari. As the intense winter sun dances dazzlingly upon…

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PackWise: Some Scrumptious Eatables to Make Your Trek Extra Delicious

PackWise: Some Scrumptious Eatables to Make Your Trek Extra Delicious

There are umpteen number of things that make a trek special. Good company, great laughs, loves, smiling weather, but nothing quite as good as good food to have your happy hormones up and pumping! Because food is not just food, it’s a string to memory, a sentiment, and a spur for energy. When you come…

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Roopkund Trek

Roopkund Trek

What is your best moment in the trek? Why do you come to mountains? What did you take from the mountains and what did you leave in the mountains? These three questions were posed to us by the camp leader of Patar Nachauni (Uttarakhand) and we were asked to give our own answers without discussion…

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How Trek the Himalayas Reclaimed the Mountains with Green Trails Cleaning This June

How Trek the Himalayas Reclaimed the Mountains with Green Trails Cleaning This June

We step into Himalayan kingdom wonderstruck every time how boundlessly nature has gifted these terrains with beauty and resources. Mile after mile of never ending virgin greens, clean air full of oxygen, mineral-rich waters of mountain streams, wildflower carpet and strawberry shrubs—suddenly it is inexhaustible life all around! Then at a closer look, the junk-ridden…

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“Winter” Kuari Pass: When the TTH Recce Team Found the Quintessential Himalayan Snow Trek

“Winter” Kuari Pass: When the TTH Recce Team Found the Quintessential Himalayan Snow Trek

Kuari Pass today is recognized as a spectacular snow trek but only six years ago it wasn’t such a sought-after winter adventure. The trail, chockablock with powdery slush snow in the winters was casted out as an option for obvious reasons. Since no snow safe itinerary was sketched out, not many people ventured in these…

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PackWise: 3 Essentials you Cannot Miss When Packing for a Monsoon Trek

PackWise: 3 Essentials you Cannot Miss When Packing for a Monsoon Trek

Monsoon in the Himalayas holds a special charm for trekkers. Clouds hang low to touch and the patter of falling rain adds rhythm to walk. The valleys turn a glistening green studded with exquisite flowers and invites trekkers to cross mountain rivers gushing with glee. Take care to come prepared for the rain securing your…

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Update Your Calendar with Our Top Weekend Treks

Update Your Calendar with Our Top Weekend Treks

Tired of finding yourself among urban vacationers at posh and populated tourist spots every other weekend? Plan the next one off the common map for a different taste of holidaying. Just a few hour drive from around the capital city can take you closer to a number of interesting trek routes promising breathtaking mountain vistas…

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Our Roopkund Itinerary: Fail-Safe and Frustration-Free

Our Roopkund Itinerary: Fail-Safe and Frustration-Free

Our bags are packed for the post-monsoon season for Roopkund Trek, but the two differing itineraries for the Lake have got interested trekkers in a fix! Which one is fail-safe and frustration-free? Mountaineers Sandeep and Rakesh from the TTh house are here to clarify. The two itineraries– Itinerary A– Lohajung> Wan> Ghaeroli Patal> Bedni bugyal via Ali Bugyal>…

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2017: A year of adventure

2017: A year of adventure

It would be great if people decided to make their years a little more adventurous. So, here we are, suggesting the best of adventures that you can plan for the whole year. Are you ready?. January: Brahmatal Trek Brahmatal reveals a heavenly facet in winter when the snow gently falls on it slopes. Be ready…

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Stok Kangri Trek 2016, is stunning summit which thrills along the way

Stok Kangri Trek 2016, is stunning summit which thrills along the way

I stared gleefully at the Karakoram range in Pakistan. I shielded my eyes from the intense morning sun. At an altitude of 20,100 feet, the 8 AM sun looked brighter than ever! The combination of cold winds and blinding sunlight created unforgiving environment. I was exhausted, lacked sleep and hungry. But, I was ecstatic to…

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Top 10 Summer Himalayan Treks in India

Top 10 Summer Himalayan Treks in India

The Indian Himalayas gives a countless opportunities to the adventure seeking trekkers from all around the world, with its myriad landscapes and challenging treks. Here are the Top 10 Himalayan treks in India.  1. Rupin Pass Trek Rupin Pass Trek is one of the most sought after place for trekking experience, for those who are…

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Top Winter Treks in Indian Himalayas

Top Winter Treks in Indian Himalayas

Trekking in itself is a challenging journey on foot to scale the altitude of mighty mountains. Add to it the ambience offered by winters, and the challenge increases multifold. Winter Trekking in the Himalayas is usually from November till the end of March. It is not a favourite season of lethargic trekkers. But it is…

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A young adventurer’s paradise

A young adventurer’s paradise

Valley of flowers trek is an amazing trek located in a spectacular valley marked by tall mountains of Himalayas. In the Western Himalayas in Uttarakhand, the valley is placed just In front of Bhundyar Glacier pass, nurturing over 500 rare and wild species of flowers. Valley of Flowers is a magnificent place which attracts a…

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Revealing the mystery at Roopkund

Revealing the mystery at Roopkund

Trekking in Uttrakhand is popular not only in India but also all over world for the variety of treks it has to offer, from easy to difficult ones, gentle to steep climbs and diversified landscapes. One of the popular Treks of Uttarakhand is Roopkund Trek. Offering you overwhelming scenic views, this trek comprises the best…

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Goechala: The best of Sikkim packed in one trek

Goechala: The best of Sikkim packed in one trek

Trekking in Sikkim gives you a quite distinctive experience from the other treks of India. Goechala is one such trek that will give you an experience of complete Sikkim by letting you explore the majestic mountains, culture, unique surroundings, quick transformations of landscapes and rich flora and fauna. Apart from these it will give you…

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Why I choose Hampta Pass as my first trek?

Why I choose Hampta Pass as my first trek?

Located in the Manali region, with a gentle climb, the moderate trail to Hampta Pass offers different shades of beauty. Trekking in Himachal is always adventurous, challenging, fun and is very popular as it makes you feel as if you’re walking in a real magical land with a continuously varying weather. The panoramic view, alpine…

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Capturing the peaks at Pin Parvati Pass trek

Capturing the peaks at Pin Parvati Pass trek

Trekking in Manali is breath taking and gives abundant opportunities for a trekking enthusaist. Pin Parvati Pass trek offers a beautiful trail that soothes your eyes. Strolling in the foothills of Himalaya for just a couple of kilometers gives you a glimpse diverse sceneries and views. The hide and seek of cloudy and sunny weather…

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Learn all that they don’t teach you at top management schools at bagini glacier trek: Himalayan treks, trekking in himalays

Learn all that they don’t teach you at top management schools at bagini glacier trek: Himalayan treks, trekking in himalays

Bagini Glacier: A Quick Summary: Located in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, an amazing place to choose from Trekking in Himalayas. At an altitude of 14816 ft. it will let you have the appealing views of snow clad mountains of Kalanka, Changbang, Dronagiri. On the blissful trek tour of one of the majestic Himalayan treks you…

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Why is Roopkund trek recommended for Corporate Personnel?

Why is Roopkund trek recommended for Corporate Personnel?

Roopkund trek is perfect for you to dive into adventure while you soak in the beautiful sights around. The whole trail offers beautiful views that soothe your eyes. The sceneries effortlessly divert your mind off your office work and let you live in the moment. 1- De-stresser: Life in corporate world is quite stressful. A…

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Walking on Frozen River, Chadar Trek

Walking on Frozen River, Chadar Trek

The region that I am going to talk about and is known to the globe as Zanskar is located towards the south-east of Leh and is enclosed by the Himalayan, Zanskar ranges and mountains that border Zanskar and Kashmir valley. A brief proem as to how this trek became a reality- chadar trek rested in…

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Mount Shitidhar: Winter Expedition 2013

Mount Shitidhar: Winter Expedition 2013

Picture: View of Solang Valley from camp Bakkarthatch  This year, Trek The Himalayas decided to start the New Year by attempting a challenging task, that is, to climb Mount Shitidhar (17,100 feet) located in the Dhaula Dhar Range of Himachal Pradesh. Mount Shitidhar is basically a trekking peak and thus needs no clearance from the…

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Roopkund Trek “Caught In The Weather Web”

Roopkund Trek “Caught In The Weather Web”

A beautiful passage through oak trees, sprawling lush green meadows, a turquoise pool surrounded by a circle of silvery snow, a majestic backdrop of snow-clad Himalayan peaks, the pictures of Roopkund presented a mesmerizing view. Situated at 4756 M (15,696 feet) in the lap of unbridled nature in Kumaon region, Uttrakhand, it formed a perfect…

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Idyllic Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Idyllic Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

It was that time of the year, when the mountains call and my heart starts throbbing, anxious to meet an old lover. After a delayed flight, I arrived in Srinagar in the late afternoon. Slowly my friends some old, some going to be new started arriving. Amidst, warm hugs and cordial hellos we all met…

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Stok Kangri Expedition

Stok Kangri Expedition

‘Everytime i go to the high mountains, I discover something new not about them, but about me.’ (Anatoli Boukreev) We had met just about a year ago, when our passion for the mountains brought our group together at Roopkund. The question after that was – What next? The allure of breaking the 20,000 feet barrier (about…

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Etiquettes in the Himalayas

Etiquettes in the Himalayas

The majestic Himalayas are a formidable barrier that protect the northern boundaries of our nation and prevent the cold dry winds of Central Asia from blowing across the plains of India. They perform innumerable functions and give people innumerable opportunities to trek and climb. But, the Himalayas is a very fragile ecosystem and we, as…

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10 tips that make Chadar Trek Easier

10 tips that make Chadar Trek Easier

Chadar Trek in the Zanskar valley is a very unique trek. The thrilling walk on the frozen river at subzero temperatures poses quite a few challenges for the trekkers. The beauty of the trek lies in the trail that meanders through the mesmerizing ravines and overwhelming canyons of the Zansker Valley.  To enjoy this trek…

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A Moderate Trek to Har ki Doon

A Moderate Trek to Har ki Doon

Its a year end; I was planning to move out on some vacation. So I piled up time from my hectic schedule and put up my camera to glam up some exciting moments to adjoin them in my memory book. I turned round on some online sites which schedules adventurous simple trek for first time…

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Rhododendrons Trek- Goecha La Trekking

Rhododendrons Trek- Goecha La Trekking

Everyone must have heard and studied in early days about the beauty and Trekking in Himalayas.  I had a strong desire which I thought that it will be fulfilled ever. But all I thanks to Trek The Himalayas that made my dream of goechala trek became successful and memorable. I can bet that there is no…

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Never-to-take things on a Chadar Trek

Never-to-take things on a Chadar Trek

How does a trekker start packing for the Chadar Trek? Make a list of ‘Things-to-take’ and begin by ticking it off in full fervor. But in the race of filling-in the backpack with ‘must-take’ things, they skip the ‘Never to take’ list. Surprised? Don’t be. Just browse through the list below and you’ll be surprised at…

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A Beautiful Climb – Stok Kangri Expedition

A Beautiful Climb – Stok Kangri Expedition

Stok Kangri is popular as the highest trekking summit in India, and that is the only reason I was fascinated towards it. As a frequent trekker, I have almost visited all the trekking destinations of India except Stok Kangri trek. So, this time I prepared myself for some tough expedition. I found Trek the Himalayas’s…

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Hidden Valley Bagini Glacier Trek

Hidden Valley Bagini Glacier Trek

At this sort of time every year I find my thoughts turning to the mountains for no particular reason. And today I wanted to share about a particular favourite of mine. There are a few places that are claimed to be most beautiful, or pleasing in some way- for me nothing quite matches up to…

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The Great Lakes Trek Kashmir

The Great Lakes Trek Kashmir

I remember well that it was the mid calendar period of the year 2012. My hectic board exams as well as the competitive exams had been over by then and my family decided in unison to venture into a Trek to Kashmir. And here follows what happened henceforward: My father logged on to a trekking…

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Facing Emergencies at high altitude treks

Facing Emergencies at high altitude treks

Trekking at high altitudes in the Himalayas is a rewarding and an unforgettable experience. However, it is important to keep your safety in mind, just like we do. Weather conditions, altitude gain, fitness and other factors can make or mar your experience. You, as an adult, need to be equally responsible for your own wellbeing…

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In the Soul of Himalayas

In the Soul of Himalayas

     In the soul of Himalayas, met my Soul mate, Bagini Galcier Trek The summer of 2013, a journey I would never forget in seven lifetimes. Yes, it sounds clichéd but that’s what love is; a beautiful Clichéd All my life I knew only one thing that whatever I do in future, I should always…

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The last 16 hours at Stok Kangri

The last 16 hours at Stok Kangri

I am Rahul Prabhudesai from Goa and I have been a trekker and climber associated with Trek The Himalayas for over 6 years now. After doing a number of Himalayan treks, in July 2013 I decided to go for Stok Kangri, which would be my first summit. I was excited and thrilled like a child.…

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Six Things about Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Six Things about Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir Great lakes Trek offers an experience that goes beyond imagination. It’s a moderate trek in the Kashmir Himalayas.  As the name suggests, the trail of the trek takes you along serene lakes: Kishansar, Gadsar, Vishnasar, Gangabal, Satsar and Nundkol.  The high altitude peaks offer vantage points that let you delve into the picturesque mountains…

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Snow Winter Kauri Pass

Snow Winter Kauri Pass

 Kauri Pass is one of the few trekking destinations of Himalayan region that is available for trekking in winter season when the paths get wrapped with heavy snow fall. I have never trekked in winter season and never experienced walking on the snow so, this time I decided to go for Winter Kauri Pass Trek.…

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Zanskar Frozen River Trek

Zanskar Frozen River Trek

You must have seen a blanket. You must have seen ice. You must have seen ice floating on water. Ok, all right. Have you seen an ice layer covering the stream of river like a blanket? Have you ever seen how the calm river sleeps under the igloo of the ice? No! Well its high…

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Forest, Meadows, Snow and Lake- Roopkud Trek

Forest, Meadows, Snow and Lake- Roopkud Trek

Here I am sharing my beautiful trekking experience of Roopkund which is located in Garwhal Himalaya, Uttrakhand. Needless to say Roopkund is one such place where one should definitely visit. This was my first trekking experience ever. I always wanted to have some adventurous trip but thanks to my hectic work schedules, it never happened.…

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Trek to Mystery Lake- Roopkund Trek

Trek to Mystery Lake- Roopkund Trek

I am too delighted and excited to share the experience of my trek to Roopkund in North India. After reading the Roopkund Trek details in Trek The Himalayas website, I was convinced that this is best trek I could undertake and started for the same. The best time to visit Roopkund is April-May. After leaving…

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Winter Trekking to Kuari Pass

Winter Trekking to Kuari Pass

Life is about experiencing the great adventure and sustain with full enthusiasm. For this we need a change in our schedule and try something new. I have a dream in my mind from childhood that I could climb high mountains and can see the high peaks from front view. So I decided to go on…

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A completer trek to Hampta Pass

A completer trek to Hampta Pass

  Trekking should be packed in with fun, adventure and scope for lots of memorable moment for future. That has always been my attitude while opting for a place to trek. A trek will always be tiring. There is no doubt about it. So why not expect for rewards equivalent to our tiredness. Then of…

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Bagini Glacier and Changbang Base Camp Trek

Bagini Glacier and Changbang Base Camp Trek

Boy! Wanna hike to adventure to taste your own taste? Well its time that I must suggest you something and put an end to this unquenchable thirst of yours. Trek to Bagini Glacier is just what you are searching for. Bagini Glacier runs down northwards from Changabang & Trishuli peaks (in North-West rim of Nanda-Devi…

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Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

Kashmir- a name that sends sheer chill waves through the nerves in any living soul only by a mere mention of its name, is an integral part of India and the northernmost state too. Kashmir is a sensuous beauty in itself. Due to this sole reason, trek to Kashmir is an exciting idea and this…

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Acute Mountain Sickness

Acute Mountain Sickness

Some Fact about High Altitude sickness Generally Trekkers comes for high altitude Himalayan treks and they are not aware about altitude sickness. Trek the Himalayas has collected some information and our experience to share about altitude sickness to help Himalayan trekkers. Altitude sickness generally refers to a condition known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). It…

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Say No to Alcohol While Trekking

Say No to Alcohol While Trekking

One of the best things to keep your body warm while trekking is brandy or rum. The above phrase might look apt but a real fact is that its a myth. I am an experienced trekker and apart from trekking and mountaineering expedition I create awareness about what can be the pitfalls and necessary things…

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Fitness for the Himalayan Trek

Fitness for the Himalayan Trek

Fitness for the Himalayan Trek Why we need proper physical fitness for the Himalayan Trek If you’ve never climbed in high altitudes (above 8,000 feet), you will soon be introduced to a part of the world like no other. A great challenge comes along with the dramatic scenery and culture that our Himalayan trek to…

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How to Pack Bags for Backpacking

How to Pack Bags for Backpacking

You are ready for trekking an adventurous journey so called backpacking, you are ready for hiking in Himalayas, high altitude treks, you want to enjoy natural beauty, you are giving wings to your dream but you stuck with backpack problem. Carrying bulky and extra luggage will cost you a lot on trekking, so it’s better…

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How to Opt Best Trekking Shoe

How to Opt Best Trekking Shoe

What I write is what I mean, Best Trekking Shoe means only the trekking shoe not the regular ones and hunter shoe. Trekking is one of the expensive sports as you can’t drop a single item infect all are a big need for high altitude. Apart from warm cloths what really matters is shoe, plays…

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Dzukou Valley Trek (Kohima, Nagaland)

Dzukou Valley Trek (Kohima, Nagaland)

Dzukou Valley is a valley located at the border of the Indian states of Nagaland and Manipur. Its a spectacular visual treat of emerald green hills, lush forests, serpentine streams and myriad colourful flowers that dot the vast plain valley and its meadows. It is popularly known as “Valley of Flowers of the North-East”. It is…

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