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Nag Tibba Trek

 4,200 + (Service Tax 5.00 %)

Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 2 Days
Grade : Easy
Approx : 16 Km.
Altitude : 9,910 Ft.

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Binsar Trek

 4,200 + (Service Tax 5.00 %)

Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 2 Days
Grade : Easy
Approx : 22 Km.
Altitude : 8,000 Ft.

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Monsoon Scenes from a Year Ago On Har Ki Dun

Har Ki Doon Trek

The entire course of Har Ki Dun trek runs following the course of this beautiful, fearsome river. We meet one of her downhill tributaries on our very first day upon entering a village near Sankri, start trekking along her sides from the next day, and camp the second night by her ferocious flowing. Drunk with rain, she turns quite indomitable by this time. And we meet her again in the Har Ki Dun valley, now close to her origins near the Ruinsara Lake. Read More

Best 5 Monsoon trek in Himalayas


I am sure there will be surprises. Monsoon season is the perfect time to be in the luscious, vibrant, snow-capped mountains. Despite that, it is considered a bit messy due to wet terrain. To prove this wrong you should definitely go back to Himalayas this showery weather. Read More

Top Ten Summer Treks


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. Read More

Reminiscence of Pangarchulla trek
Posted On: 01/Jun/2018
By: Vijay Bhaskar


When you are done with your concrete surroundings, blowing of horns, and exhausted to your deeps as well, what else could be a better option than opting for a trek in the great Himalayas. And when you are born and lived your childhood in the foothills Himalayas nothing else could be better option for soothing your mind and soul as well. Read More

In search of the Mystery Lake- Rookund
Posted On: 31/May/2018
By: Niranjan R


“We never climb the same mountain twice!” After my last trek to the Kuari Pass in Uttrakhand, I decided to take on Roopkund this year. The lake has many mysteries drowned in it along with its hundreds of skeletons. Since there are no clear explanations to why these people ended up dying in Roopkund, there are many theories (or shall we say mysteries) circulating around the subject. Read More

Roopkund: Stairway to heaven
Posted On: 22/May/2018
By: Aman Bafna


Having always wanted to do a Himalayan trek but never quite gathering the resolve, this time I was determined to end the jinx. If I can cycle for 120 odd kilometres in Ladakh, any normal trek should be easily doable, right? Read More

Posted By: Vivek Ayyar

The rugged mountain scenario of Spiti valley has attracted me more than ever to this different side of the Himalayas. Last winter, Trek the Himalayas invited me to join their recce team to Kanamo Peak cimb and I was overjoyed. The trek gave me a whole fill of breathtaking cold desert vistas, bare mountains, patchwork of green and yellow lining the villages Kaza and Kibber, precarious walk on boulder moraine and more such specialties. Having done serious climbs like Stok Kangri with TTH before, I was confident that this trek would be a high for me. Added to this was the constant guidance of recce team leader and founder of TTH, mountaineer Sandeep Rawat.

Posted By: Rishabh Jain

It has been a treat to be a part of TTH’s exploratory trek tem member. When Rakesh and Sandeep started recce in the Kanamo Peak trail I was excited to tag along as a chief explorer. The mountainous terrain of Spiti is a whole different call from what I have seen of the Himalayas mostly in Uttarakhand and Himachal so far. Besides a good test of stamina, the trek includes elements of cultural tourism at Kibber’s Key monastery and an important lesson in high-altitude acclimatization. I found the acclimatization break at Kibber on Day 3 an especially judicious one as compared to other companies that offer 2-3 days of rest stoppage, thus unnecessarily stretching the trek for no real advantage.

Posted By: Soniya Malik

It was Sandeep Sir’s confidence and technical expertise that we could do the summit. He is an excellent motivator and if he is around, one feels and motivated. It was undoubtedly an experience I won’t forget my entire life. It was all about moving out of your comfort zone and experiences the adventure and thrill at its best.

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