Fenix CL23 Tent Lamp Review: A Practical Camping Lamp For Trekkers

We tested the Fenix CL23 Tent Lamp on the Dayara Bugyal trek. We believe it’s a very handy piece of equipment for regular trekkers and campers. Here’s our take on it.

FENIX HL60R Headlamp Review: A High Utility Premium Headlamp For Trekkers

The Fenix HL60R Headlamp is definitely a notch above most headlamps in terms of brightness and range. A long-lasting battery and the sturdy waterproof metal body makes it a wonderful companion on long treks. Read more to find the pros and cons of this product.

Ledlenser MH6 Headlamp Review: A Premium Headlamp For Regular Trekkers

The Ledlenser MH6 headlamp is a good long term investment if you’re a regular trekker. Here’s a detailed review of the headlamp.

CAT S60 Review: A Rugged Waterproof Smartphone For Adventurers

The CAT S60 sells itself as the world’s first thermal imaging smart phone. We reviewed the S60 smart phone to test its practicality. Read full review here.

Lifestraw Go – A worthy portable water filter for trekkers

Here is a detailed review of the Lifestraw Go water filter. Indiahikes trekkers can avail a 25% discount on the Lifestraw Go! Find the coupon code inside.

An adventure camera for trekkers, that edits footage on the go!

Here’s an adventure camera that is super trek-friendly. It is light, compact and can be charged easily. Take a look at Frodocam.

Coleman Basin Sleeping Bag

Arjun Majumdar from Indiahikes tested Coleman’s Basin sleeping bag on his overnight trek to Ooty in June 2015.

Coleman Tent Light – Worth the weight

Sandhya UC, a partner at Indiahikes, tested Coleman’s Magnetic Tent Light on her trek to Rupin Pass in May 2015. She believes it’s a wonderful replacement for the headlamps and torches that trekkers usually use inside tents.

Petzl Tikka 2 LED Headlamp review

Our high altitude trek explorer and leader, Vaibhav Chauhan, reviews the Petzl Tikka 2 LED Headlamp. It comes with a handy, flexible strap and perhaps has the best battery life. Vaibhav divulges further in this article.

Quechua 1 Litre Hiking Water Bottle

We tested the Quechua 1L Hiking Water Bottle on our trek and found that despite its light-weight, it’s exceptionally sturdy. Considering it’s price, it’s a good item to have in your backpack.

Deuter Streamer 2.0 L Hydration Bladder

We review Deuter’s Streamer 2.0 L Hydration Bladder after testing it on a week-long Himalayas trek. It is compact, hygienic, odour-free and easily fits into most hydration backpacks.

Quechua Forclaz 500 Trek Pole

Why should you opt for Quechua Forclaz 500 trek pole? Apart from the fact that it is light (230 grams), compact and highly adjustable, it has many more plus points.