Anthropopression (also known as anthropogenic pressure or human pressure) is understood  as the totality of human activities (both planned and accidental) and factors directly or indirectly related to human activity that lead to the use of natural resources to meet human needs. Here we will try to understand Impact Of Trekking On Environment. As it

After being sat on our sofas in lockdown for a good portion of earlier & this year, a lot of us are itching to get back outdoors and have a much-anticipated breath of fresh air. With restrictions still in place in certain areas, one to two days hikes could be a great option for us

Diarrhea is by far the most common problem we encounter on any trek. Although it’s not inevitable that you will get diarrhea while you are away, it is pretty likely in some destinations. On an average, 1 out of 4 trekkers are affected by it. If not well handled, the same diarrhea might had been

Trekking and Camping are two words in any one’s mind who is planning to venture out into the mountains for a multi-day activities. Camping is fun and is a very important aspect in any activities in the Himalayas. A good campsite is a prerequisite for a night of quality rest, so it’s important to be

We cannot go to the mountains right now due to COVID-19. We’re in a lockdown. But don’t let that keep you from revisiting stories and memories of some brilliant mountain expeditions. Here are 22 mountain movies suggested mostly by Trekkers. Watch these while being inside your house, for they carry a whiff of crisp mountain air. These

We all have been confused when it comes to picking a region for trekking. So, this article is about what factor differentiate your treks in Indian Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir. For some, it’s Uttarakhand, according to one of my Client. “What you get in Uttarakhand, you don’t get anywhere in the