How An Offline Map Saved My Life

This is the story of how our Trek Leader Ravi got lost during an exploration in the Great Himalayan National Park. An offline map came in handy when he was deep in bear territory. Read his story here.

How Passion And Perseverance Brought This Trek Leader To The Himalayas

This Indiahikes Trek Leaders’ story begins from an IT office in Delhi to the Basic and Advanced Mountaineering Courses to leading treks in the Himalayas.

How I Quit My Job As A Hospitality Manager To Become A Trek Leader

An IIT graduate from a small town in Haryana, Himanshu Singla’s foray into trek leading is as amusing as it is inspiring. Quitting a high-paying job, adventurous solo-treks in 6,000 m mountains, and finally a Trek Leader at Indiahikes. He opens up about his intriguing life story.

From The Courtroom To Trek Leading In The Mountains: Switching Careers

Gourab Nandy’s career switch from lawyer at Alipore Court to Trek Leader at Indiahikes was not an easy journey. He shares the many challenges and tribulations he faced along the way. Here’s his story.

A Trek Leader Observes: Selfies Are Cocaine

Trek Leader Soumitra shares his observations and opinions on the increasing number of trekkers who are enamoured with selfies instead of mountains.

“My first failed trek was a game changer” – The making of a Trek Leader

When SJ’s first trek to Goechala failed, he knew he had to come back to it. And how he bounced back! From one of our most loved Trek Leaders, here is an inspiring story about picking yourself up and going after what you want.

Being A Woman Trek Leader In The Himalayas

Being a trek leader is no easy feat. Being a woman trek leader in the mountains is all the more challenging as you have very few role models. Here, trek leader Anuja narrates her experiences in the mountains.

Keeping the mountains ‘swachh’ is not just our duty, but a necessity

The spirit of trekking is incomplete without the immense love and respect for mountains. Our trek leader Gurdit talks about why there is an urgent need to keep our mountains clean and litter-free.

Why I left my job as a business analyst to be a trek leader

When Ankit found himself at crossroads, he could’ve chosen to be a better business analyst or anything else. So he chose to be a Trek Leader with Indiahikes. Here’s his story.