A Chance To Share Your Happiest Trek Moment

Let’s break out of the monotony of COVID19. We want to share some happy thoughts! Share your happiest trek moments with us.

Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek: Stunning Rhododendrons from March to April

The Deoriatal Chandrashila Trek is the go-to trek if you want to see Rhododendrons. Seeing these Rhodos on your trek is an unforgettable experience. And on this trek, for the most part of it, you trek in deep forests lined with Rhodo trees. Click to read more.

How We Exited Trekkers From A Snow-blocked Lohajung – A Photostory

Here is how our trekkers from the Brahmatal trek, exited from Lohajung by foot, and walked for 4kms in heavy snow to reach Bagdigad the nearest motorable road. Here’s a little behind the scenes sneak peak as well.

September 2019 Trek Photographer Of The Month Nominations Are Out – Vote For Your Favourite Photographs

The nominations for the Monthly Photo Contest – September 2019 are out! Go ahead and vote for your favorite photographs!

What Birds You See On The Deoriatal – Chandrashila Trek

The Deoriatal-Chandrashila Trek is a birders paradise! On this trek, you stand a chance to spot over 100 species of birds. Read on to see how many you’ve spotted!

In Photos: The Spectacular Clouds And Colours Of Kashmir Great Lakes

A photo story about the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. These pictures were shot between August and September, one of the best months to do the KGL trek, with a lovely mix of clouds and blue skies!

Pangarchulla: Photo Story of an Adventurous Summit Climb

Pangarchulla is a challenging but rewarding peak in Uttarakhand. Let the photographs here take you through this gruelling climb.

Sandakphu Phalut: Photo Story Of The Trek With The Grandest Views

Sandakphu Phalut is the only trek in India from where you can see four of the world’s tallest mountains. Here’s a grand photo story of this trek.

Brahmatal – Photo Story Of A Spectacular Himalayan Winter Trek

The Brahmatal photo story gives you a glimpse of the trek’s highlights, including the two frozen lakes and outstanding view of Mt Trishul and Nanda Ghunti.