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Bloody-Hell-Moments

“Bloody Hell!” means a lot of things to us.

Standing on top of a summit, looking down at the panorama below, the only word that comes to our lips is, “Bloodyhell, what a view!”

Milky way in the night sky – Bloody Hell!

Hot Gulab jamuns after dinner – Bloody Hell!

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Blogs about Kedarkantha

My first high altitude trek to Kedarkantha

Here is a 12-year-old’s account of trekking to Kedarkantha. Right from making a camp fire, to eating maggi for breakfast, to collecting snow in a bottle for his younger brother, he loved every experience.

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Outdoor Learning

When do you start kids on trekking

It is wonderful to get calls from parents wanting to know which trek to take their kids on.So when do you start kids on trekking?

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Trekking tips

Photography tips for a trek

Ever wondered how pictures of the Himalayas look so mind-blowing? Well, most credit goes to the mountains and valleys themselves, but it takes skill to capture them beautifully. With these tips and tricks on photography by Dr. Arun Nayak, you can click brilliant pictures with your equipment too!  

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Expert Opinion

Double Decker Root Bridge

There are some journeys in life which are hard to forget. My trek to the much talked about Double Decker Root Bridge in Meghalaya was one such journey for me. I usually trek alone and do not really think too much about the risks involved in the forest as I feel that most of the answers to my deepest questions lie there. As always the forest did talk to me and answered a lot of pending questions I had.

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Hampta Pass- Indiahikes - Rajiv Roy - Balu Ka Ghera campsite

Hampta Photoshare

Watch the Hampta pass unfold with these photolinks shared by our trekkers.

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Trekker's Blogs

Great Glaciers of Kumaon Exploration

  Vaibhav Chauhan shares his thoughts on how Indiahikes stumbled on the idea of exploring a series of most exciting glaciers in Kumaon. Having explored many facets of what treks have to offer in Uttrakhand, we knew there was something that was missing. One ordinary day, I received an e-mail from Sandhya proposing a thought […]

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Trekker's Blogs

Nag Tibba Photo Story

Nag Tibba is a trekkers delight. Though its a relatively unknown trail near Mussoorie, it can easily be considered one of the best weekend treks that you can do out of Delhi. Heres an hour-by-hour photo story!

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Dodital Photo Story

Dodital Exploratory trek- A Photo Story Multi day winter treks in snow are rare in India. The question always is where and how do you camp in snow? Most trekkers don’t understand this difficulty. That’s why a trek like Dodital is a superb for winters. Not only does it have fixed camp sites all the […]

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Chadar Jan/Feb – 2013 Photo Contest

The contest results are out !  The top three winning photos are below. Our Judge Srinivasa Prasath shares with you why the pictures turned up winners. Post your comments below. First Prize: Arun   Sometimes we need to wear monochrome goggles to experience the true beauty offered by the scene, stripping off all usuals including […]

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Kedarkantha December-2012 Photo Contest

Here are the winners of the Kedarkantha 2012 Winter Trek Photo Contest. There are lots of pictures of trekkers in action and we just loved them all!

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Blogs about Kedarkantha

Kedarkanta trek review Dec 2012-Rajarshi

What was supposed to be my first encounter with snow, turned out to be much more. Kedarkantha, a short four-day-trek booked a permanent place in my memories.

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