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Nag Tibba Trek

 3,700 + (Service Tax 4.50 %)


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


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Binsar Trek

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


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RUPIN PASS. A PHOTO BLOG.

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Well, it depends from person to person. Some people find this trek really tiring while others just take it to be a normal hike. It actually depends on your fitness level, your mental endurance and of course how comfortable you are with mountain life, be it walking, staying in tents, high altitudes, etc. To sum it up, I would like to put the difficulty level into five categories. Read More

6 must-follow mountain biking techniques for every rider

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Bestride your bike. Take a deep breath. And pedal-on for Himalayan mountain biking. It certainly is great fun and thrill. But, it is important to know the basics of mountain bike riding to ensure safety and make the ride even more enjoyable. Mountain cycling experts at Trek The Himalayas count on these 6 prime riding techniques that every mountain biking enthusiast must follow: Read More

Messy Yet Dressy!

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On October 11th 2016, I celebrated my 21st birthday. Unlike every year, for this birthday I wanted to do something different, something other than just partying with my friends and after a lot of thinking I decided to go on my first solo trip! I have done white water rafting in Teesta river at Sikkim before but I have always wanted to try rafting in Ganga. Hence Rishikesh seemed like the perfect destination for my trip! I spent three days in Rishikesh and it was definitely one of the best experiences so far. Read More

Winter Kuari Pass Trek Dec 2016
Posted On: 19/Jan/2017
By: Gourav Sharma

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Some 5 years back I and a close friend of mine were planning a road trip to Ladakh. But as luck would have it, the trip didn’t mature. And in the frustration, that we were of not been able to make it work because of a friend’s “leave issues”. My friend said it out loud “yaar mere ek dost ne sahi kiya, chaar jano se poocha for Ladakh, company nai mili toh he went alone, had the best time of his life and came back with a bucket full of memories.” Eventually we did go to Ladakh a year later, but that’s a different story. Read More

GETTING HIGH ON MOUNTAIN PEAKS: Kuari Pass Trek
Posted On: 14/Jan/2017
By: Rohan Modak

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They weren’t kidding when they said “Trekking is an addiction”. This was my second Himalayan trek this year, the first being Roopkund, I summited Roopkund in June. 6 months and I was craving to re-live the experience. So I decided to summit Kuari pass in December after my engineering exams. Trekking and the little escape to nature at its most magical, purest self has been the best teacher I’ve ever had. Read More

Like a Mountain on My Back: Roopkund Trek
Posted On: 01/Jan/2017
By: Shashank Raj

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After an year-long of waiting and planning, it seemed to be happening at last, the Roopkund Trek. Needless to say, Roopkund is nothing less than a roller coaster ride. The trail cuts across villages, dense forests and right to snow capped Mountain peaks. Read More

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.

Posted By: Urvil Parmar

Harender was constantly motivating. The support he gave mentally to trekkers was excellent. Friendly face leading always seems positive. For my 1st trek it was awesome experience. The trek for me was perfect to experience everything which I desired. The food quality was excellent which really amazed me. Keep it up.

Posted By: Sahil Magdum

Mostly we travelled distance between Mahavir & it was fun. From a sunny day to snowfall, rainfall enjoyed every moment. Had a nice travelling group.

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