How We Keep Students Safe During the Himalayan Mountain Challenge Program

Many a times we get asked about the safety of students on a Himalayan Mountain Challenge. Read on to know how we keep your students safe!

How Does Learning Happen On The Himalayan Mountain Challenge Program?

Have you wondered how students are going to learn on a Himalayan Mountain Challenge? Read on to know how your students can benefit from it!

How The Himalayan Mountain Challenge Transforms Students Into Collaborative Leaders

Here’s how the Himalayan Mountain Challenge transforms B School students into Collaborative Leaders through Experiential Learning on treks.

Indiahikes’ Experiential Learning Programs For Schools

Here’s how an experiential learning program in the Himalayas can change your school students. Read more to know how your school can benefit from it too!

How We Keep Students Safe On Our Experiential Learning Treks

Izzat Yaganagi, Head of ELP at Indiahikes, explains how we ensure safety on Experiential Learning Treks while working with schools and colleges

How a Trek With Indiahikes is an Ideal IB-CAS Program

The CAS programme with Indiahikes is designed to develop students’ core personal skills such as problem-solving, critical and creative thinking, and interpersonal skills. To know more, read this article.

The Himalayan Mountain Challenge Is Now Open To All Students!

Due to popular demand, we are now opening a Himalayan Mountain Challenge programme for all students this November! Ready to battle out your survival skills in the outdoors? Sign up soon!

Green Trails update: What happened to the garbage found on the Kashmir Great Lakes trek

A lot of garbage was brought down from Kashmir Great Lake trek by the trekkers. Here’s what happened to all that litter

Buran Ghati: A bridge between two worlds!

Our exploratory treks are often the most thrilling stories we have to share. Join Izzat as she traverses through the trail.

Do you think garbage in the mountains just vanishes into thin air?

Izzat is one of the pioneers of the Green Trails initiative at Indiahikes. Here she writes about why she feels strongly about keeping the mountains clean.

Green Trails Report – June 2013

As part of Indiahikes’ Green Trails campaign, a group of 18 trekkers volunteered to go to Roopkund and help clean up the trail. Here is a detailed report of what took place.

A personal account of the first Green Trails project

Izzat Ansari, who leads the Green Trails efforts at Indiahikes, writes a personal account of the first project on Roopkund. This team cleaned the trail, collaborated with local bodies, educated staff members and trekkers. See from Izzat’s point of view to know more.