6 Reasons Why You Should Climb The Kanamo Peak

Kanamo peak (19,553 ft) is a highly challenging peak trek that does not require mountaineering expertise. Our Trek Leader Tanmay Bain shares why he would choose Kanamo peak over every other summit trek.

Indiahikes goes international with a new trek in Eurasia!

It has been our dream for nearly ten years to showcase the best treks in every country of the world. And we are finally ready to start! Read on to know where our founders went exploring the past two weeks!

How A Trek with Indiahikes Changed My Lifestyle For Good

Somwrita Guha went on her first ever Himalayan Trek to Brahmatal in March 2019. She returned a completely different person, touched by the mountains and the simple life. Read to know her thoughts on how trekking changed her lifestyle for the good.

How Local Hero Yashpal Shows it’s Easy to Live the Green Trails Way

Our Local Hero of the week is someone who chooses the alternative over the status quo. Read how Yashpal walks the talk to change the system.

A 10-year-old’s Adventure To The Mighty Chandrashila Peak

This ten-year-old had all her bookish adventures come true on her first Himalayan trek to Deoriatal Chandrashila. All thanks to her father who also got to teach her a few life lessons along the trail.

Instagram 20k Photo Story Contest – Win a trek to Bhrigu Lake!

We just hit 20000 followers on Instagram! We’re celebrating with a Photo Story contest. The winner gets a fully sponsored trek to Bhrigu Lake!

What is the best time to do the Roopkund trek?

The Roopkund trek is the most popular trek in the Himalayas. Here, Swathi talks the best time to go for the trek so that you don’t miss out on the highlights of the trek.

7 Best, Safest Himalayan Treks For Children

Here are the best and safest Himalayan treks for children to do. We have listed 7 treks, all in Uttarakhand, and they make for a great experience for children.

Why Trekkers need to take Safety on Treks more Seriously

In the second article of his three-part series on safety, Arjun Majumdar writes about a worrying trend that is spreading in the Indian trekking community.

A Photo Story Of The Tarsar Marsar Trek In Kashmir

Right from the naturally manicured grasslands at Aru to the aquamarine blue waters of Marsar, the Tarsar Marsar trek is an unending feast for the eyes.

Why A Timely Trek Can Bring About A Sense Of Balance

Arjun Majumdar writes on how a timely trek has helped him overcome the most difficult crises in life. It has helped see things in a perspective that he had never considered before. Also, see treks as a way to change lives — to restore the sense of balance that is very much needed.

How a trekker was rescued from deathly clutches of HAPE

A trekker, Taposh Giri, finds difficulty in walking near Patar Nachauni – a campsite on Roopkund trail. He is exhausted, and walking a few steps drains him out. He asks for a mule to take him further, towards the upper camp. However on reaching the camp at Bhagwabasa he starts feeling disoriented. And does not respond to any questions posed by the trek leader.