We have stopped running the Pin Parvati trek, and for a very worrying reason. This is not a safe for even the most adventure-loving person. Here's why.
We're discussing a very different kind of altitude sickness in this post. It is not health-related in any way. So dive in, read about it and share your thoughts with us!
Apart from the bonding, confidence and sense of achievement that families feel after trekking together, there are a few hidden benefits that go unnoticed. Here is what they are.
Our founder, Arjun Majumdar, wrote this piece years ago after having a surreal experience on the Goechala trek. Don't miss this read.
Here is the full text of the speech that Sandhya Chandrasekharayya, partner at Indiahikes, gave at the TEDx conference at Manipal University on 18 February 2018.
We are looking for someone who would like to grow their career at Indiahikes. He must be a trekker at heart and a natural communicator.
We have always believed that trekking lends itself to a very cost-effective sport. Here are a few excellent tips that will help you reduce the cost of your trek!
There are many rumours about why Indiahikes doesn't do the Chadar or Stok Kangri Treks. Most of them untrue. Here's the true story of what happened in Ladakh.
We have some terrific news to share! Our co-founder Sandhya has been awarded the Women of Worth 2017 recognition by Outlook Business, one of India's leading business magazines.
As a follow up to the 'two of three to a tent' debate, we have the thoughts of our founder on this. And it's different from everything discussed so far!
Knee pain, toe pain, blisters are common on long descents while trekking. So here are a few useful tips to descend safely. They will help you avoid any kind of injury.
A good trekker always makes for a great tent mate. That's because he never forgets his tent etiquette. Here are a few points you must always remember.
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