Ever heard of a Trek Fever? Read this article to know what it is and how you can avoid getting it.
Trekking with children comes with its own instruction manual. Trekker Vadiraj tells you what he learnt from his experience of trekking with his two kids.
If you're going on a monsoon trek, whether in the Himalayas or in the Western Ghats, it's important that your gear is dry. So here are a few expert tips to keep your gear dry.
A knee injury is always tricky to deal with. Here, Aswati narrates her story of how she got injured on a trek and shares tips on how to start the recovery process.
The mantra to have a comfortable winter trek in the Himalayas is to layer up correctly! Here is a quick read with everything you need to know about layering up!
The Goechala trek is said to be best done in the autumn months. Ever wondered why? Why is it inaccessible in some months? Click here to know!
Spiti Valley is a moonland with plenty to offer our trekkers! With a lot of our treks beginning or ending in this surreal Valley, we decided to list out our favorite places for you to experience after your trek.
On a high altitude trek, even a handkerchief can weigh you down. More than knowing what to take, you need to know what NOT to take in your backpack. Here are a few quick tips to help you out.
Taking a shower during treks is out of the question. Then how do you maintain hygiene? In this article, experienced trekkers give tips to stay clean and fresh as you scale mountains.
There is more than one way to look at and discuss this colossal artwork of nature - the Rupin Waterfall. And Samrat Chakraborty shows you how.
It is a myth that AMS doesn't affect a seasoned trekkers. Here's an account that shatters such misconceptions about AMS.
Kavitha battled in vain with the clingy leeches on her Ballalarayana Durga and Kopatty treks. She returned a notch wiser though. Here's what she learnt about keeping leeches at bay.
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