It's snowing heavily in Uttarakhand, leaving all our treks with at least a foot of snow! Read the latest from the slopes here.
A study of students from Delhi Public Schools shows how trekking is an effective experiential learning activity as it aids to round off student development.
Our Green Trails team has been active on the Sandakphu slope spreading awareness about sustainable menstruation. And slowly but surely, they are succeeding.
An unedited account of a typical Himalayan trek experience with Indiahikes. Coming from a trekker who went to Kedartal in October 2018.
A heartwarming story from a small town near Darjeeling where a township came together to upcycle more than a tonne of plastic waste!
Here are the winners of the October 2018 trek photography contest. View the winning photographs as well as the rest of the shortlisted nominations here.
Handwritten letters and postcards are much more valuable than emails or Whatsapp messages. Especially when sent from the world's highest post office. Our Trek Leader tells you why.
We have opened up a new trek and it is not in the Himalayas! Trek through the green jungles of Chhattisgarh that are very much reminiscent of the Kipling's The Jungle Book. Each day offers a new scenery and...
Indiahikes has just associated with Gati Foundation in Uttarakhand to fight the increasing plastic pollution in the Indian Himalayas.
Trekkers on Facebook voted for their favourite lakes on the Kashmir Great Lakes trek. Here is a rundown of the results. Take a look and decide which is your favourite lake on this trek.
Suma Sampath shares her story of choosing to be a runner and a trekker for life. At 50 years old, she believes she's just getting warmed up. Read this article to know what keeps her motivated.
A trek to Har ki Dun made this trekker from Canada realize the importance of minimalism. Read her story here.
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