Why Deep Bio Toilet Pits Are Ideal For Human Waste Management on Himalayan Treks

In this post, we clarify why deep pit systems are the best human waste management systems on Himalayan treks and why they are followed world-wide.

How to Get Started with Composting Your Kitchen Waste – Expertise from Daily Dump

A pioneering organisation to educate people about composting and makers of high quality composters talk about the basics of composting.

World Vegan Day Special – Practical Travel Hacks from Vegan Indiahikers

It is a misconception that being a vegan is expensive. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need exotic ingredients to replace the non-vegan ones. So, it’s a myth that traveling as a vegan is difficult. It is not. In this blog, vegans from Indiahikes offer the best way to go about it by sharing […]

Finally, a Trek Film Worth Watching – Heroes of Himalayas

Today is a special day. Because you’re about to see one of the most meaningful films made on trekking. It’s called Heroes of Himalayas.

9 Ways to Leave No Trace on a Mountain Trail

What does it really take to leave no trace in the mountains? In this blog, Trek Leader Akshay Upreti suggests practical ways to leave the mountains greener

How This Vegan Outdoor Trek Leader Is Breaking Dietary Stereotypes

This vegan outdoor Trek Leader is breaking dietary stereotypes and perceptions associated with eating only plant-based proteins. Read on to know more!

6 Ways You Can Be More Sustainable During This COVID-19 Lockdown

The COVID-19 Lockdown is a fantastic opportunity for you to become more sustainable. And we have 6 simple steps to help you with that.

The Challenges Of The Green Trails Fellowship: Notes From A Fellow

Being a Green Trails Fellow in the mountains is no cake walk. Here are the biggest challenges any Fellow is likely to face working on the environment in the mountains.

Tips On How You Can Get Your Family To Join In Your Sustainability Journey

Now that you’re on the way to become a Sustainability Champion, get your family to join you. This article will help you get them started.

A Solo Trekker Who Spent His Birthday Picking Up Litter At Valley Of Flowers

Here is someone who spent his birthday cleaning up the Valley of Flowers trail, all the way to Hemkund Sahib.

How To Be A Zero-Waste And Healthy Snacker On A Trek

Nearly 78% of the inorganic waste collected on our treks are wrappers from snack bars and other such packaged goods. Read this article to know how you can reduce the wrapper menace on the mountains, and eat healthier snacks.

How To Reduce Your Inorganic Waste To Almost Zero

Reduce your inorganic waste to almost zero by following this step by step guide. Become a sustainability champion and help us find more sustainable alternatives!