Monsoon Treks Set To Begin Amidst Heavy Showers

Our slopes are taking the brunt of heavy rain. Rain gear, backpack cover is a must this season. Read our updates from our slopes here.

Ledlenser MH6 Headlamp Review: A Premium Headlamp For Regular Trekkers

The Ledlenser MH6 headlamp is a good long term investment if you’re a regular trekker. Here’s a detailed review of the headlamp.

What Trekking To Sandakphu Taught Me About The Garbage Crisis In The Himalayas

Maya Kilpadi, a social researcher, writes about the garbage crisis at Sandakphu and why the Green Trails initiative is a necessary step towards keeping the mountains clean.

How the Goechala trek perpetually changed my lifestyle

When a trek triggers a change in you, the key is in sustaining that change. Vidyadhar managed to do exactly that. He writes about it here six months later.

A peek into the life of the Apatani Tribe at Ziro Valley

Ziro Valley is home to the ancient Apatani Tribe. Here, Sneha Rao jots down snippets about their intriguing way of life and also her quick trek to Pangey Valley – the half way point on the Talle Valley trek.

Watch this video on Why Brahmatal is the Best Peak Winter Trek

By January and February, most trekking trails are buried in waist deep snow. Not Brahmatal. Which makes is a great winter Himalayan trek for that period. But what makes it a classic winter trek? Arjun Majumdar throws some light on the uniqueness of Brahmatal.

The Mountain Lover’s Gold Calendar is now up for sale!

The wait is over. The Mountain Lover’s Gold Calendar is up for sale! We have many more updates from the winter season of slopes and the head office in Bangalore.

Indiahikes introduces Health Cards for every trekker

To tighten safety procedures on high altitude treks, Indiahikes has introduced Health Cards for every trekker. Take a look at it here.

Here is why you must go trekking in Arunachal Pradesh

Trekking in the North East has a charm of it’s own. Every step is a whole new world bursting with life that we are still discovering and cataloging. It’s a pity that few have experienced these treasures.

Roopkund trek: Recovering from a Himalayan hangover

When Dr. Sanjana set out for a journey to the Himalayas with 16 strangers, little did she know what the mountains had in store for her.

Finding serenity in the wilderness of Rupin Pass

Anand Parikh went on the Rupin Pass trek aspiring to find solace in the laps of the mountains. He returned with something more. Read his inspiring thoughts here.

My voyage to the most coveted trek in India

The Himalayas are addictive and so is trekking. Samruddhi recently went on the Roopkund trek which left her awe-struck. Read on to know her thoughts about this celebrated trek.