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By Swathi Chatrapathy
Magical Mountains- Ashis Nayanar
My first Himalayan Expedition- Sridhar Salian
Finding a little valley of flowers in Kedarkantha- Sindhu S
Postcards from Kedarkantha- Sindhu S
I went on a winter trek to Kedarkantha with my family ( 4 of us- Me, Murali, Shruthi and Sridhar) in the month of April this year. Since it was our first trek in the Himalayas, we chose to go with IndiaHikes because of its reputation in the trekking community in India. Being avid nature lovers, we couldn’t agree more with IH’s motto of green trails and leaving the mountains in a better condition. That was one more reason we choose IndiaHikes.
My Kedarkantha trek – Sridhar Salian
How often do you get to spend 6 technology-free days with good friends in the laps of Himalayas? We truly enjoyed this life through out our trek. Along with us were guides, cooks, porters and a team of mules to carry our bags. Not only did we enjoy tasty multi-course meals, we were also assisted, guided and motivated by our trek leaders at every step. The crew set up our tents before we got to the campsites. This was more of glamping.
A Snow Trek At 12,500ft To The Terrific Kedarkantha That Left Me Awe Struck
What do you do if someone offers you 6 days of pure bliss, pleasure, and ecstasy? You take it, without questions, without second thoughts, without doubts! Indiahikes, an amazing trek group gave me this chance this March, and that’s just what I did, I took the chance to experience the most beautiful Himalayas, the charming moonlit Trees, the amazing way to test my endurance, and a ‘walking hand in hand with the one I love’ experience.
My climb to the skies and my slide down – By Kavya Joseph
After many plans having been made and discarded, it was in Jan this year that I finally got down to getting on a conference call with a friend and giving life to something I’ve wanted to do for a long time – backpack. I kept putting it off due to lack of funds, or fear of getting molested, or work. So, finally coming across a company, IndiaHikes, that was reliable, reasonably priced, and did interesting treks through off-beaten tracks, I was elated.
The Winter Embrace of Kedarkantha – Sudhir Khandelwal
I am in Berlin, and trying to write this blog entry at 4 am in the morning. This has long been overdue; though I came back to Delhi after doing the Kedarkantha trek in the second week of January. But it is not to say that the experience has sunk down deep in my memory lane; I often think, remember, live and cherish the time I had with the group during this snowbound trek in very low tempertatures. Even here I wish to look at the photographs.
Get lost to find you – Kedarkantha by Gokul Anand
When a person from Madurai/Chennai (one of the hottest places in India) whose coldest endeavor was visiting the Kodaikanal in the summers decides to do a winter trek in the Himalayas, you tend question his sanity. What’s life without a bit of crazyness.
Getting high – 2016 at 12,500 ft by Ananya Mody
I refuse to have a mundane existence. I believe in tasting the air that I breathe as it knocks the wind out of my lungs. I choose not to succumb to routine which I have seen far more closely than I would have liked to. Change is the master I respect, whose path I follow. And when I notice a pattern forming, a cycle taking shape, I realise that it is time I take a lesson from my master again.
The magnificent Himalayan winter trek by Ruchika Wason
So its been a day since I returned from my first ever snow trek.I am still spellbound with the sheer beauty and aura of the mountains that surrounded me all these days.The Himalayas can be overwhelming and serene at the same time,can be tough and easy at the same time,can make you feel small and giant at the same time and can make you very happy and teary all at the same time.
One life experience that made me mature significantly – Kedarakantha by Sarthak Pranit
My tryst with the divine – Kedarkantha by Priyanka
At the top of the snow covered summit, his breath came out like steam, releasing some of the heat from his body and mind into the cold mountain air. He made a strange, albeit stunning picture. Matted flowing hair, broad shoulders and rippling muscles and those magnetic eyes. The scar in the centre of his forehead seemed almost like a third eye, that which made people fear him, some revere him and some even worship him! It tickled him no end that people would want to worship him. It was from them that he wanted to escape now. mountain.
You know what they say about the mountains – Kedarkantha by Maneesh Madambath
The whitest christmas ever – Kedarkantha by Aditi Kodipady
A Himalayan expedition – Kedrakantha by Ashish Gupta
Kedarkantha peak trek by Divij Sood
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