Something Unusually Good Is Happening At Indiahikes. And You Can Be A Part Of It Too

Every single person at Indiahikes has adopted a sustainable lifestyle this year. Click to see what we’re doing and how you can be a part of it too.

A Story Of Hope From Remote Darjeeling

A heartwarming story from a small town near Darjeeling where a township came together to upcycle more than a tonne of plastic waste!

A Documentary Film On Green Trails By Red Bangle Films

Lakshmi Rebecca from the Red Bangle Fiilms, set out on a journey to Roopkund to see how the problem of waste is tackled in the mountains. Check out her insights in this video movie clip.

3112kg Waste Collected & Segregated Since Jan 2018: Green Trails Updates, Lohajung

From Jan 2018 to May 2018, Indiahikes trekkers have removed 3112 kg of non-biodegradable waste from the mountains. This is rarely their own waste; almost always it’s waste that others have left behind. Read a detailed report from this week here.

Students, Shopkeepers, Govt Officials At Sari, Uttarakhand, Go The Green Way

Sari, a small village in Uttarakhand, takes a lead on waste management and creating awareness about environmental issues. The Green Trails team brings you updates from the Deoriatal Chandrashila trek base camp village.

How Dharamji, A Local Hero, Keeps The Lohajung Village Clean

Here’s a story about our Local Green Trails Hero from Lohajung, Uttarakhand – Dharamji. He manages to keep the entire Lohajung market clean. Send your message to him in this post!

10 Ways To Keep Your Green Trails Spirit Alive At Home

Green Trails Crusader, Ori Gutin, puts down ten simple ways of keeping your Green Trails spirit alive. Start your green home with this article.

Do’s and Don’ts of Green trekking

Imagine climbing a mountain of plastic with music blaring in the background. Quite the opposite of serene. If we do not focus on green trekking, this is how grim the future of our Himalayas look. Here, Green trails Crusader Lakshmi explains the do’s and don’ts of green trekking.

Green Getters in action at Kashmir Great Lakes

Indiahikes trekkers did a thorough clean up of Kashmir Great Lakes route- they collected more than 10 quintals of plastic and non-biodegradable waste! We hope we’ll find the trail as clean as we left it last September!

How is Indiahikes leaving mountains in a better condition?

At Indiahikes, we have been working to leave the mountains in a better condition for over five years! Over a period of time, we have learnt of ways to tackle human and food waste more effectively, and there is still a lot of scope for improvement. Take a look at the progress we have made so far.