While you might already have done your share of basic research on this trek and Indiahikes have almost got it all covered here, but these few tips would make your experience even better.
Trekking in Nepal can be an expensive affair. It's important to budget your trek so you reduce your expenditure at the tea houses and on the trail. This guide demystifies the expenses for this trek. We have broken down...
It doesn't matter how good your trekking or hiking shoes are if you don't maintain them well. So here are 5 simple steps to take care of your shoes and keep them clean and healthy for re-use.
Here are 5 easy hacks to prevent blisters on a trek. Inside you'll find a detailed video and a few hacks that our Trek Leaders use and swear by!
These FAQs on travel to and from the Rupin Pass trek will help you plan your trek better.
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!
Most trekkers look to progress by doing tougher treks. But Trek Leader Karthik Maddineni says it's not what trek you do, but how you do it that matters!
Winter is around the corner and many trekkers want to know a few hacks to keep warm. Can you share any tips from your experience here?
Have you been dreading going on a trek after a knee injury? Here are a few exercises and tips that will help you prepare for your next trek without damaging your knee.
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.
Here are a few healthy protein bar recipes that you can make and take on your trek. These are greener alternatives to packaged protein bars.
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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