Here are a list of must do treks this year, and this decade. They are some of our favourite treks, our newer treks, some secluded treks, and some simply MUST DO treks. Click here to see them all.
Read a beautiful blog written by a trekker from our first ever batch to Gidara Bugyal. The scenery on the trek is surprising, and it is more challenging than it seems. Read on to more.
We've done an statistical analysis of crowds on Himalayan treks, and found the least crowded treks you can do for a secluded winter trek experience.
Here's a list of 6 Himalayan treks that you can do in the month of September & October in light of the recent ban on trekking and overnight camping in Uttarakhand
We received some brilliant photos for the April 2016 photo contest. Our trekkers keep surprising us with different shades of familiar trails. Our winning photographs are here!
The Roopkund trek is not one of the most popular treks without a reason. Find out exactly why it's so popular through these blog posts!
Trekkers at Deoriatal managed to take Green Trails activity to another level with their enthusiasm and commitment. Here's an update on two major clean-ups at Tungnath Temple and Deoriatal.
The month of February was all about Sandakphu, Brahmatal and Prashar Lake. This blog post stole the cake! Here's the winner of the February 2016 Blog Contest!
The January 2016 Photo Contest has been a pleasant surprise! We saw mind-blowing pictures of treks that have never been captured so beautifully before! Take a look at our winners!
Climb to the Rupin Pass at 16,000 ft and back with these descriptive blogs by our trekkers.
Climb to Tungnath and Chandrashila peak along with these trekkers. They have chronicled their beautiful journeys all the way from Haridwar, beside the Holy Ganga to the Chandrashila peak at 12,000 ft.
You're sick of social network, phone calls and those innumerable Whatsapp groups! But you can’t let go of any of them voluntarily. So what do you do? Komal Shivdasani has the perfect plan.
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