Author: Diksha Kumar

Diksha Kumar Articles

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Jan
2018
Chadar Trek – Casualty Evacuation: The Siachen Pioneers carry out a successful rescue operation
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /490

19th January 2018, 114 Helicopter Unit- The Siachen Pioneers who are based at Leh, carried out a heroic casualty evacuation mission in the remote areas of Zanskar valley in the Ladakh subdivision. The casualty was part of the “Chadar Trek” organized over the icy and frozen Zanskar River. Despite the short notice, the troop was […]

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Jan
2018
Trek Story: Arjun Wahi, the 7-year-old boy who completed Kedarkantha trek
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /4235

At the age of just 7 years and three months, Arjun Wahi completed his trek to the Kedarkantha Peak on 29th December and made us believe that kids are no less. We recently interviewed this schoolgoing boy from Mumbai, and he narrated his awe-inspiring experience and journey to this beautiful winter trek, we hope to inspire many with […]

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Dec
2017
Season’s first snowfall in the Himalayas
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /500

Hey guys! The first snowfall of the season has already blessed the Himalayan Mountains and we are ready to trek!  It has finally snowed in the Har Ki Dun Valley and Kedarkantha and we are ready for trekking in the soft white snow. So what are you waiting for? Head on to magical winter wonderlands […]

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

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Nov
2017
Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Story : Third time’s a charm!
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /2280

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek Completed on Third Attempt  Sometimes when you look back at all the unsuccessful attempts and aborted missions, they inspire you to go back out there and accept the challenge again. While many give up after just one try, Rushikesh Patne sets an example for all. We recently interviewed Rushikesh Patne from […]

Kedarkantha Trek - Best Snow Trek in Himalayas

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Nov
2017
What makes the Brahmatal Trek a great winter trekking spot
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /520

The Brahmatal lake is a hidden lake located in Chamoli district in Uttarakhand at a height of 3657.5 m.  Although winter is not a popular season for trekking, the Brahmatal trek is an exceptional winter trekking spot. Brahmatal is an unknown gem to adventure junkies. According to Hindu mythology, the Brahmatal lake was named after […]

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Nov
2017
Top 5 Adventurous treks around Pune
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /550

Pune is popularly known as Mumbai’s twin city and Queen of the Deccan. It was once the homeland of the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire. The Peshwas were known for their forts that are now the main attraction in Pune. Pune is also a popular trekking destination because of its exceptionally good weather. Since there are […]

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Oct
2017
Trek Story: 11 year old Aarav’s first time trekking experience to Hampta Pass
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /1342

We recently interviewed eleven-year-old Aarav Anil, a school going boy from Bangalore. In a candid chat, he told us about his first time trekking experience to the Hampta Pass. Read on! Q: What motivated you to go for something like trekking at this young age? A: Around two years ago, I went trekking to a place near […]

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Oct
2017
Top 5 weekend getaways from Kolkata
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /700

The world has been coming to Kolkata to absorb the rich culture and metropolitan charm of the city. Nevertheless, daily routine and work can make life monotonous. This means that you need to press your reset button and pack your bags for a perfect weekend getaway once in a while. Renok Adventures lists out top 5 […]

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Oct
2017
Budget friendly Trekking destinations in India
Posted by: Diksha Kumar /750

  Who doesn’t love the peace and tranquility of mountains and that additional adrenaline rush of a trek? But in today’s modern day lives, putting a dent in your bank balance does not seem thrilling enough? We at Renok Adventures, bring you a list of budget friendly trekking destinations in India  as weekend getaways, so […]