Monthly Archives: August 2018

Five Himalayan treks for beginners

¬†Five Himalayan treks for beginners You might not have been on a trek before, but you have seen those awe-inspiring photographs in your news feed. The challenges in preparing an itinerary, packing the essentials and managing leaves for everyone in your close friend circle could be more daunting. Therefore, we have prepared a list of […]

Beas Kund Trek

About Beas Kund trek The Beas kund trek is a weekend trek which would take you from around 2500 mtrs to an altitude of around 3700 mtrs. It is a glacial alpine lake which is also the origin of the Beas river that runs through Manali and Kullu. It is said that, Sage Vyas used […]

The Perfect Midlayer – Fleece Jackets for Men

Layering technique is the most suitable way to cope with a cold weather. The number of layers of clothes would always vary depending on the trek you are doing, season, nature of activity and weather on the day. You might require lesser layers while trekking in the day compared to camping on the chilly night. […]

Bhrigu Lake Trek

Bhrigu Lake. Credits: Ayush Mittal

About Bhrigu Lake Trek Bhrigu lake trek is one of the rare Himalayan treks that take you over 4,000 m height in just two days. This is a good high-altitude trek for those who want to trek beyond 4,000 m for the first time, as the terrain is favourable even for those who are not […]

Indrahar Pass Trek

About Indrahar Pass Trek Indrahar Pass Trek involves crossing a high altitude pass on the Dhauladhar range that connects Kangra valley and Chamba valley. Located at a height of 4,342 m. This trek has an overall moderate level of difficulty, but it involves a difficult ascent on the final day and is not recommended for […]