How to go about Trekking Post-Covid Recovery: A Doctor’s Note

Dr. Sreelakshmi talks about how to restart trekking once you have recovered from COVID. Here is a step-by-step guide!

6 Post-Trek Issues and How to Avoid Them — Numb Toes, Fever, Sunburn

Over 52% of our trekkers face different issues after their trek — numb toes, sharp pain in their toes, trek fever, sunburns and other issues. Here’s a bit about how to tackle and avoid these issues.

5 Easy Hacks to Prevent Blisters on Treks

Here are 5 easy hacks to prevent blisters on a trek. Inside you’ll find a detailed video and a few hacks that our Trek Leaders use and swear by!

What Ailments Do You Face After A High Altitude Trek?

Have you faced any ailments after a high altitude trek? Numb feet, painful toes, headaches, fever? Tell us about it here!

Why Sunburns Are More Common At High Altitude

In this article, we explain why sunburns are more common at high altitude, the difference between suntan and sunburn and how to prevent sunburn.

What Are Chilblains? How Can They Be Prevented?

Chilblains are itchy, painful and burning red-blue swellings on the skin that occur as a reaction to a sudden change in temperatures. This condition can worsen your trek experience. Read & find out 8 ways to prevent these Chilblains.

How to Recover from Your Knee Injury Before Your Trek

Have you been dreading going on a trek after a knee injury? Here are a few exercises and tips that will help you prepare for your next trek without damaging your knee.

How to Deal With a Knee Injury on a Trek

A knee injury is always tricky to deal with. Here, Aswati narrates her story of how she got injured on a trek and shares tips on how to start the recovery process.

How to avoid sunburn on a trek

High altitude sun can be very damaging to your skin cells. The UV rays are much stronger in the mountains. So here’s a video where Swathi hands out tips to protect yourself from high altitude sun!

How To Avoid Knee Injuries On your Trek

Knee injuries are common ailments trekkers face after their treks. But they’re completly avoidable. Here are steps to follow before, during and after your trek to avoid knee injuries.