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1) Lot of snow along with Grassy slopes  & Scree. Trek route is covered with lot of snow in the month of June and early of July, providing one with a good experience in walking in snow covered Himalayas.  Second campsite itself is surrounded by snow in early June and walking on snow is thrilling....
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Best clothes: Use quick dry material(full sleeve t-shirts and trousers to avoid sun burns) while trekking at low altitudes(2000 m to 4000 m), with a jacket if its cold. Shoes: Trekking shoes with good sole, ankle support and waterproof properties are good. If one is buying a new pair, use it at least 14 days...
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1. Acclimatise well : Acclimatisation is an important procedure before every trek. When coming from sea level, the athletic performance of the body drops at every 100 meters by 1 percent. So, it’s important to acclimatize with the height before starting the trek. It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent...
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Name: Snow Trek in Manali Approx elevation: 10,500 ft Grade: Easy Starting Point: Patlikuhal (Manali) Rumsu is a beautiful village which is 6 km from Naggar. As you travel further away from Naggar and get nearer to Rumsu you feel like you are leaving all modern things behind and accepting rustic charm of nature. Rumsu...
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DO YOU REMEMBER HOW WE WERE ASKED TO DRAW A LANDSCAPE BACK WHEN WE WERE KIDS? IDEALLY, THE NOTION WOULD BE TOWERING PEAKS, A RIVER FLOWING THROUGH, SUN RISING THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS, GRASSY PASTURES, BIRDS FLYING BETWEEN VALLEYS AND FLOWERS, WHICH ALWAYS ADDED TO THE ESSENCE. HOW OFTEN DOES A PLACE, WHICH SO PERFECTLY ACCUMULATES...
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Name: Sar Pass Trek Approx elevation: 13,800 ft Grade: Easy-Moderate Starting Point: Kasol Trek Day 1 : Kasol to Grahan village The Sar pass trek offers an absolute escapade and is recommended for beginners and moderate level trekkers. The trek route originates from Kasol and ends at Barshaini comprising four campsites in between. Grahan village...
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By Babu CK One Saturday evening met my running buddies, during the discussion one guy suggested for high altitude trek plan instead of Satara run this year.  Curiosity kills the cat, started listing to his previous trek experience and without any knowledge of trek, I signed in for difficult High altitude Himalayas trek.   I simply...
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Kailashrath Treks With a deep heart we are letting go of the logo with which we began. On this ocassion I would like to explain why we changed the logo. Never in our wildest dream we thought that an orange colour and few word of ancestral language can project us as an Religious company. Orange...
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Chapter 1: ** Endless Races of Civilization ** Have you ever dreamed of your own space, just you and nature? No one to interrupt and no one to pamper either. Your own tent and roof of infinite stars. Away from the civilization, away from all chaos. Just you. Well, I have and let me tell...
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What Every Mountaineer Should Know about High-altitude Sickness It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change ~Charles Darwin “The core motivation behind Pranayama is to increase your lung capacity” our yoga instructor said. “How is that significant?” a...
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