When Do You Start Children On Trekking

It is wonderful to get calls from parents wanting to know which trek to take their kids on.So when do you start kids on trekking?

How Trekking Changes Lives of Children

Latika Payak writes about how trekking has touched and changed the lives of children.

Do Gadgets Rule Your Kids’ Lives? Take them trekking.

Have you noticed that children spend more time on their gadgets, than in the outdoors? Indiahikes team member shares his journey from being addicted to computer games, to discovering the world of trekking. Read on to follow his journey.

An 8-year-old’s First Trek Experience In The Himalayas

At Indiahikes we believe that children between the ages of 8 and 13 are most impressionable. They are full of energy on treks! And are always eager to see and learn new things. They also come up with the most questions and observations. Stuthi Aithal went on the Dayara Bugyal Trek with us in June […]

How We Enhance Learnings For Children On Our Family Treks

Our exclusive Family batches are unlike our regular trek. These treks are structured to reap life lessons from outdoors for children. Read about it here.

How these parents prepared their children for a Himalayan Trek

It is very important to prepare your children, physically and mentally, before a Himalayan trek. Here are some tips and tricks from parents who went on our family treks.

Bring Your Own Tiffin Box – An Observation Of The Impact of Trekking on School Students

Nimesh Ved, a writer and blogger, accompanied a well-known school on a trek with us. He shares his observations of the impact trekking had on the students.

How Trekking With Your Child Can Be A Great Bonding Experience

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?

Trekking teaches you humility, says 17-year-old Saheb

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.

Price Children Pay For Staying Indoors

Health disorders in children are on their way to becoming a norm. What’s spearheading this negative trend?

Is Your Child Afraid Of Nature?

Children who do not have significant contact with the natural world in their early years can become ‘biophobic’ or afraid of nature – EYFS research.

My first Himalayan trek – Diary of a 12-year-old

12 years old Atharv Kothekar, went on his first Himalayan trek to Deoriatal in 2015. This little hero has already completed 37 treks in the Sahyadris. Read here about his Himalayan experience.