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

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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 sky, migratory birds fly to warmer places, and water faces start forming thin sheets of ice. Read More

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

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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 carbon footprint in the pristine nooks of the Himalayas, we have been feeling overwhelmingly guilty. Read More

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

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At our post-Diwali team meet, the topic of discussion was— possible changes in our trek method to redouble eco-efficiency and 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 !! Read More

WINTER KUARI PASS (WKP) TREK 16th December- 21st December 2017
Posted On: 17/Jan/2018
By: Nitin Kumar

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Once a trekker, trekker for a lifetime Those who have trekked earlier especially in the Himalayas can easily understand the title for the blog. In addition, even others may appreciate the same by the end of the blog. The reasons for me saying so are many viz. serenity and tranquility of the place, wonderful flora and fauna, a fabulous chance to introspect and know thyself better and most recently I got one more reason in this trek WKP- white SNOW. Even if it is slippery and difficult to walk at times, it is really a marvelous experience and a treat to enjoy the nature in its pristine form Read More

Travelogue with TTH to Kedarkantha
Posted On: 11/Jan/2018
By: Sandeep Gangoli

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The entire trek was one unique learning opportunity. And I was privileged to meet and network with some very remarkable people. And the beauty of the mountains was simply awesome. I rate this trek with TTH, my most enjoyable trek to date!!! Read More

The Dzukuo Misadventure
Posted On: 26/Oct/2017
By: Raunaq Shah

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We are four friends. Nitesh, Vivek, Aritra and me, Raunaq. The four musketeers! We had waited for this adventure trip for quite a few months, and after being stuck in a rut for many months, finally, our time came to experience freedom. We felt the ushering in of fresh bright positive feelings, and looked forward to the experiences we were about to have, or more aptly, make. 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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