The pictures in this blog about Roopkund say it all!

Garima Jain chose Roopkund as her first Himalayan trek with her husband! She says she will go back a thousand times over to this trek – and her blog shows you why she fell in love with the trail!

Green Getters on the go at Deoriatal

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.

February 2016 Blog Contest Winner

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!

December 2015 Blog Contest Winner

One trek to Kedarkantha led to a tremendous amount of self-discovery for this young lady, Ananya. Her way of putting down her experience has helped her win the December 2015 Blog Contest!

‎Unbecoming Modern – a blog about Roopkund

It has been my dream for a while now, to completely break away from the digital jungle that has creepers like Facebook, Whatsapp, amongst many others. These creepers held at your fingertips, drain your mind and give you a false feeling of being connected. The more densely you ‘connect’ in this jungle, the further you disconnect from yourself. So this autumn Suyash, a dear friend, and I decided to go

Roopkund trek: A blog by Ravindra Joisa

Here’s a blog by professional photographer Ravindra Joisa about his trek to Roopkund.

November 2015 Blog Contest Winner

In November 2015 Varun Kaoundinya completed his trek to Goechala. Then he came back and documented his entire journey in a picturesque blog called “IN THE LAP OF KANCHANJUNGA”

Warmth… in the cold at 15,000 ft atop Buran Ghati

“Back in the real world now. Back with renewed vigour, enthusiasm and determination.” A superb journal of the Buran Ghati trek by Arul Varma.