Tracking Trash In Jagatsukh and Manali – Insights From Our Investigation

We wanted to find out just WHY waste gets thrown by riversides in Jagatsukh and Manali instead of being disposed properly. Here’s what our Green Trails team learnt.

Maggi or the Mountains, What Will You Choose?

If you’ve ever had Maggi in the mountains, you should read this.

Clean Up At Lohajung Nudges Officials To Improve Waste Situation

Our Green Trails crusader, Mohit Dev joined hands with officials in Lohajung to address the waste management crisis of the town. Read latest updates here.

11 Sacks Of Waste Collected In One Day At Lohajung!

Our team collected 11 sacks of non-recyclable waste on the very first day of clean up at Lohajung. Read our latest Green Trails updates here!

Using Upcycling To Spread Waste Management Awareness Among Students

Our Green Trails interns used upcycling as a means to teach the students about waste management. Read on to know more.

485 Kg Of Waste Cleared In Jagatsukh, Himachal Pradesh

Here is how our Green Trails team and the Mahila Mandal in Jagatsukh came together to clear 485 kg of waste from the town.

Over 130 Saplings Planted To Revive Forests in Uttarakhand

Our Green Trails team collaborated with the Forest Department of Uttarakhand and planted more than 130 saplings. Take a look!

How ONE person Can Change The Mountains In Just A Week

Ori Gutin explains how just ONE person can make a huge difference in preserving the ecosystem on the mountains. The statistics are going to surprise you.

250 kg Waste Brought Down To Manali Last Week

Our Green Trails team is hard at work, removing waste from the Himalayas and also spreading the word to make villages cleaner. Here are updates.

First Ever Eco-Clubs Opened At Three Schools In Uttarakhand

The Green Trails interns at Indiahikes have opened the first ever Eco-Club in three schools in Uttarakhand. Read more about it here.

Participate In The Green Trails Fellowship In The Himalayas

We invite you to join Indiahikes as part of the Green Trails Fellowship to promote sustainable trekking in the Himalayas.

How Indiahikes Met Water Requirements At Roopkund Through Rainwater Harvesting

Our Green Trails team has come up with rainwater harvesting systems at Roopkund. Read how they collected 100 litres of water in just 20 minutes of rainfall.