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Blog Contest Winner: Trek to Triund (Adventurous Christmas)

Mountain Sports

The semester had ended, the weather was convivial, Christmas was near and the spirits were high. It’s that time of the year when we make resolutions for New Year. Some people do it via status updates while some…

Hiking Footwear: How to Choose?

Mountain Sports

Choosing the right pair of Hiking Boots is an important task. The shoes you choose need to be in sync with how and where you hike. There are several factors that can be taken into consideration before finalising…

It’s the Perfect Time to go Backpacking

Mountain Sports

The other day I was watching “Into the Wild” for the fifth time and thought to myself what a frugal thing happiness can be. We’re so caught up in the clutter of our day-to-day existence, the unpaid bills,…

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…

Camping Tents used on a Western Ghat Trek in India

Mountain Sports, Product review

Note: Quechua T3 Plus is no more in production and it has been replaced by Arpenaz XL 3.   Amar Shekhar, a trekking enthusiast shares his experiences on the camping tents he used on his trek on the western ghats…

My solo journey to high Himalayas- Part 2

Mountain Sports

Around 4 PM, I was at the advanced base camp with some Israeli guys and was preparing myself for the gruelling ascent to the summit. We were all contemplating on the best time to start again and a…

My solo journey to the high Himalayas – Part 1

Mountain Sports

  Stok Kangri is arguably one of the very few peaks in the world which can be climbed without much money, time and efforts. Well, when I say without much efforts I really mean less when compared to…

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