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

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Goechala-trek.jpg 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 underbelly of paradise reveals itself—plastic bags, throwaway water bottles, medical waste, sanitary napkins, layer of oil—floating on the water, stuck in the earth, or glistening among leaves on the forest floor. Read More...

Update Your Calendar with Our Top Weekend Treks

Ahana, official writer

Chopta-Chandrashila-Deoria-Tal-Trek-19-1024x576.jpg 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 and unlimited action! Read More...

How to prepare for a high altitude trek in the Himalayas?

Trek The Himalayas

himalaya_checklist_box Treks in the Himalayas vary from easy to difficult to strenuous and beyond. One needs to understand the difficulty level and be ready to ensure that you enjoy every moment at the trek. Here are a few things to keep in mind. BEFORE THE TREK: 1. Fitness: Though it is important to be fit all the time, treks demand a little extra. It is highly recommended to follow a well-defined fitness regime at least 3 months prior to the trek. Here’s your simple guide: Read More...

Acute Mountain Sickness

Rakesh Pant

tth.png 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. Read More...

Say No to Alcohol While Trekking

Siddharth Soni

TTH (2).jpg 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 Read More...

Facing Emergencies at high altitude treks

Rakesh Pant

pin-parvati-pass-trek-the-himalayas-6.jpg 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. Read More...

Etiquettes in the Himalayas

Trek The Himalayas

trekking-india-himalayas.jpg 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. Read More...

Why Trekking With Professional Company

Sebastin B Francis

trek-the-himalayas.jpg There are number of reasons to select a professional company for trekking in the Himalayas. I have done a few treks in the Himalayas with different companies and very well realized the importance of selecting a professional company... Read More...

Are you ready for an adventurous weekend?

Trek The Himalayas

weekend-trek-himalayas.jpg Try weekend trekking. 2-3 days treks is an amazing opportunity for the people who don’t have much time to spend but love to do adventurous tasks and truly admire mother earth, and its various forms. In addition to this, for such treks you don’t have to invest much time in preparing or planning for your weekend trek, unlike other longer duration treks: Read More...