Indiahikes opens treks exclusively for children and parents for April-May 2019.
A study of students from Delhi Public Schools shows how trekking is an effective experiential learning activity as it aids to round off student development.
Often, you come across articles about how trekking is beneficial to children. But have you given a thought to what you might experience with them?
At Indiahikes, safety is the top priority. Read more to find out our safety measures in place for the Experiential Learning Programme.
This Programme is aimed at instilling students with essential soft skills, life skills and make them more environmentally conscious. Read more to learn about how we do it.
An Eco Hiking Programme is an experiential learning exercise made up of Reflection time, Green Trails activities and the trek itself.
Saheb Singh Chadha comes across as a wise, young gentleman. And much of his wisdom could be credited to his rich trekking experiences. In a candid chat, Saheb reveals what trekking could mean to a child.
Health disorders in children are on their way to becoming a norm. What’s spearheading this negative trend?
One early October morning, twenty-eight children from Daffodils School, Bangalore, saw the world in a different light…and made a difference that will last a lifetime.
Children who do not have significant contact with the natural world in their early years can become ‘biophobic’ or afraid of nature - EYFS research.
A group of 26 enthusiastic children from Poorna Learning Centre set off on a trek to Brahmagiri. A simple trek taught children invaluable lessons they’re going to remember for life.
On July 7th, Indiahikes launched its first ever Hiking Club in India, at Daffodils English School. The very first day of the Hiking Club started with a bang! Take a look here!
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