Category - Mountain Sports

Sport has no age limitation!

Mountain Sports

“Age is no barrier. It’s a limitation you put in your own mind” – Jackie Joyner-Kersee Sports, on the broader sense is a participation of the mind and the body, which energise and oxygenates us. Every sport has…

A Hiking guide for Raipurians

Mountain Sports

In its most basic definition, Hiking is simply Walking for recreational purposes. A good summary is, “In Hiking, the Journey is more important than the Destination”. Hiking could be your average Sunday walk through the park or it…

Winter is coming! Are you ready?

Mountain Sports

The weather in winter is very unpredictable and equally beautiful. Appropriate winter warm wear and gear becomes a must to enjoy to the maximum! Here is why you should wear a 3 layer system of apparel to protect…

7 ways to keep warm on a winter hike

Mountain Sports

Going for a Hike on a chilly winter day? You need to take utmost care of yourself to maintain your body temperature so that you can enjoy your hike to the maximum! Here are 7 easy ways to…

10 things you should NOT do on a Trek!

Mountain Sports

Going on a trek this Independence Day weekend? Here’s a list of 10 things you should NOT do on a trek!   1) Lack of research and planning It is of prime importance to do a complete research…

How to keep yourself warm in a sleeping bag

Mountain Sports

“Comfortable” temperatures provided on the covers of Quechua sleeping bags are established based upon standard European tests. However, sensitivity to the cold varies greatly dependent on individuals and weather conditions. Discover our 5 tips on how to keep yourself…

How to choose a Tent?

Mountain Sports

Make sure of a happy camping holiday by living in a tent, thanks to these tips from the Quechua team! Here’s some tips on how to choose a tent. There are four main criteria to factor in when choosing a…

My Heart at the Everest!

Fitness, Mountain Sports, Product review

Navesh Dakdar, a trekking and camping enthusiast shares his experiences on the 410 Geonaute Heart Rate Monitor that he used on his trek to the Everest Base Camp! Heart Rate Monitors are really a fun way to measure…

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