07

Mar
2012
Wildlife Of Ladakh
Posted by: adminwebnoo /2490
Ladakh is a unique high altitude desert in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is one of the driest regions in the Indian Himalayas. Leh, the capital of Ladakh, experiences an average of only 110mm of rainfall per year and heavy snowfalls are rare. Ladakh’s position to the northeast of the Himalaya Range […]
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07

Mar
2012
Flora and fauna of Uttarakhand
Posted by: adminwebnoo /3911
By Team Renok The Garhwal  Himalayas were considered by the British to be the most spectacular part of the Himalayas. This was in part because Nepal was closed to foreigners but it is hard to deny the beauty of this part of the Western Himalayas. Nanda Devi in Uttarakhand owing to its geography was considered […]
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06

Mar
2012
How to Dress in Layers for Upcoming Treks
Posted by: jai /2893
By Team Renok Layering is the tried and tested method used by Mountaineers for a long time. The beauty of this simple concept is that it allows you to make quick adjustments based on your activity level and changes in the weather. We can divide our clothing into broadly three layers for your upcoming treks. 1. […]
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01

Mar
2012
A Short History Of Trekking In The Indian Himalayas
Posted by: adminwebnoo /2290
HISTORY OF TREKKING IN THE INDIAN HIMALAYAS DURING THE BRITISH RAJ While armies,traders and pilgrims had for many centuries explored the Himalayas, organised trekking was closely associated with the pursuit of hunting for game that gained popularity in India in the later part of the 19th century. Maharajas along with their hunting parties used to […]
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