Witnessing the wonder of a fresh snowfall on a trek is ever trekker’s dream! The feeling is quite sublime, watching your campsite turn from lush green to a dazzling white in a matter of moments. Several treks in the Himalayas become inaccessible during winters due to heavy snowfall, but there are a few treks that are ideal for winters. From snowy campsites and frozen lakes to snow laden trees that resemble a fantasy world, winter treks narrate a beautiful story for everyone. From the popular winter wonderland of Kedarkantha to the unique trails of Sandakphu-Phalut, choose your favourite, and get packing! Read More.
The concept of minimalism, more than anything else, drives trekking. You learn how to manage with as little as is available. Which means fancy or fashionable items, and packing for emergency situations besides the obvious are a big NO. If you pack more than what is required, you will only end up being encumbered by lugging around a really heavy backpack. Sadly, it is a mistake made not only by beginners, but also by experienced trekkers. We hope this article ensures that you’re not one of those. Carry only a handful of stuff that is of utmost importance, and can’t be done without. Read on to find out 8 things to avoid carrying on your treks. Read More.
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