Most of the people start their trekking in the Himalayas either with Triund or Kasol. In my case, I started with Nag Tibba & Triund was my second trek.
Bhutan is a beautiful landlocked country settled amidst the mighty Himalayas. Also called the “Land of Thunder Dragon”, it is known for its preserved culture and natural treasures.
A successful trek or expedition takes efforts and requires tasks like proper exercise, deciding the correct time and trek, etc. Out of all, packing a rucksack is also one of the important tasks. People usually get confused regarding what to pack and how to pack things for a trek? and they end up making their rucksack heavy.
Deoriatal Chandrashila is one of the most popular treks in Uttarakhand. Thousands of people visit Chopta and do this trek every year. Though the internet is brimmed with articles of this trek, still there is some information that is missing.
After exploring Jibhi, Jalori Pass and Rolla, now it was time to explore a new place which we’d never heard of. We planned to visit Shangarh, a beautiful hamlet in Sainj Valley.
We had already made up our mind to visit this tiny hamlet, Gushaini and do the Rolla trek in the Great Himalayan National Park after suggesting by one of the locals in Jibhi, who was also the campsite owner.
The advantage of travelling solo is that you don’t have to think much regarding the location. You just decide and travel. But if you are travelling with a group of friends then finalising a location becomes a task
Every year thousands of travellers visit Ladakh, a.k.a “Land of high passes” and experience the beauty of this barren cold desert. Some people travel by car or tempo traveller while some travel by riding bikes to add an extra thrill to their journey. It is considered one of the best road trips in India because of the demanding roads and the incredible landscape.
We began the trek by 6 am and moved towards Bali Pass, situated at 4950 m. We had to climb 350 m through a steep trail having hard snow. We walked for a few 100 m and snow patch started. The trek leader gave us microspikes so that we could climb properly.
After cleansing our face with the chilled river water, we had our breakfast and got ready for today’s trek. The local guide already told us that today’s trek is going to be a little tough and steep so we all were prepared.