Amazing Video of Himalayas

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There’s an inexplicable charm in the beauty of the Himalayas. You cannot describe the pristine allure and their how big they are and probably the only to experience this to take a trek in the Himalayas. But in today’s time not everyone can take a trek in the Himalayas and reach up to the highest mountain in the world, the Mt. Everest. Now the modern technology comes to the rescue for those who cannot go for the trek in the Himalayas. Here is the Amazing Video of Himalayas

The Himalayas from 20,000 ft. from Teton Gravity Research

The aerial cinema experts at Teton Gravity Research release the first ultra HD footage of the Himalayas shot from above 20,000 ft. with the GSS C520 system, the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system in the world. Filmed from a helicopter with a crew flying from Kathmandu at 4,600 ft. up to 24,000 ft. on supplemental oxygen, these are some of the most stable, crisp, clear aerial shots of these mountains ever released, which include Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

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Lessons from Trekking

7 Life Lessons you will learn while Trekking in Himalayas

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Trek in Himalayas isn’t just a leisure pursuit simply to escape the hustle & bustle of our polluted cities. It is the way we get connected to our motherland.

Trekking in Himalayas isn’t just a leisure pursuit simply to escape the hustle & bustle of our polluted cities. Trekking is a way to get connected with Mother Nature. While this is something many of us may understand, we have a responsibility to pass down the love of nature to future generations. Trekking isn’t just about getting out into the woods, it is about learning how to deal with different situations and adapting to them. Trekking lets us grow as individuals, and the best classroom in the world can be a trekking trail in the Himalayas. In our experience we have seen whoever comes to trek in Himalayas becomes caring, calm and much relaxed person. This is where you should take your children early in their life to teach them some valuable life lessons.

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Lesson#1
During Trekking you will discover that there are better things in world then TV and Video Games

In our fast paced urban life we hardly find any time to go out and play and watching TV and playing video games has become our only past time which is dangerous to our mental as well as physical health. Going on a trekking trip to himalayas gives you fresh air, better smells, better light and no mobile networks makes sure that you are totally connected to yourself.

 Lesson#2
Life is full of crests and troughs and both are equally important

If you ask any trekker they will have great a appreciation for life. Trekking in Himalayas shows the different aspects of life which we normal don’t see in our urban life. Trekking and experiencing nature lets us see the true circle of life.

Lesson#3
We need to Protect the Environment

After your trekking trip to Himalayas you will come to know How fragile our environment is and we need to protect it for our future. Seeing gushing rivers and waterfalls will urge you to save them them.

Lesson#4
Water is Important

Trekking will you the importance of fresh water when you can only drink what you carry in your bottle, one really develop the understanding of importance of water. Selection of camping site highly depends on water source. You need to plan according to the availability of water along the trekking trail. All these things makes you realize the importance of water.

Lesson#5
There are Other ways to Get High !!

Trekkers do drink and do other stuffs to get high but when they are on trekking trip they are already high by the sheer thrills of walking in woods or crossing rivers bare foot and they less likely to demand for any other things to get high.

Lesson#6
You Have To Leave Your Comfort Zone To Get Better Things

Leaving your comfort zone and being uncomfortable for some time is always rewarding. Pushing your body limit to reach at new Lake, Peak or any high altitude pass will give you a feeling which cannot be describe in words.

Lesson#7
Hard Work Usually pay Off

Struggling along a trekking trail for hours at a time can be exhausting and frustrating, but many trekkers get a rush of adrenaline from reaching their destination. Yes, legs might be sore or tired and sweat might be dripping off your face, but completing a goal is a great thing to accomplish.

11 Truths only Trekkers who Trek the Himalayas can relate to

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Thinking of going for a Trek in the Himalayas ? Here are 11 Truths only Trekkers in the Himalayas can relate to

What it Takes to Trek the Himalayas?

When you think of your first trek in the himalayas you are all excited, whatever you do be it eat, sleep, work or dream you are always thinking about your coming super adventure of Trek the Himalayas. There is nothing wrong in it all trekker or adventurers are like this they are different.

Holidays during your Trek in the Himalayas are different they provide you an opportunities to have more fun and learning in outdoors and beutiful Himalayas at the backdrop.

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1. Watching extreme sports videos and photos on the internet makes you want to have your own epic video or photo but your photos or videos never turn out like those.
2. You save your money for an expensive trek in the Himalayas while your friends pay the same amount to stay in five star resorts in Goa.
Load during Trek the Himalayas
3. You were on a shopping blitzkrieg for your trek in the Himalayas but after the trek you realized that most of the items weren’t  that useful.

 

4.You got a DSLR or GoPro to look extreme, but after your first trek in the Himalayas you never have the courage to carry that extra load.

 

5. You feel obligated to take the most difficult route to be different from the others or else people won’t take you as seriously.

 

6. You are far peppier at the beginning of a trek than you are just one kilometers in.

 

7. You’re starving, you want Dominos but when you open your backpack you only find Paranthas and a boiled egg.

8. I did great on the entire trek in the Himalayas except getting into the bloody sleeping bag

 

9. You hear the same reply from your Guide no matter when you ask him “Bas Thoda sa aur and we will reach our camp”

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10. During your trek in the Himalayas you are constantly thinking why the hell did I come for this trek?

 

11. But when you go back to home and tell everyone about your grand trek in the Himalayas, you realize no matter how bad it was it was better than sitting on the couch!!

Sandakphu Trek

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The Sandakphu trek is an absolute delight for trekkers as you can see the panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas including four of the highest peaks

The Sandakphu trek is an absolute delight for trekkers as you can see the panoramic views of the mighty Himalayas including four of the highest peaks in the world Kanchenzongda, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu. The Sandakphu trek has well laid trekking trail located in Singalila Wildlife Sanctuary and Sandakphu Trek is the highest point of West Bengal. Best time to do Sandakphu trek is May to June and mid August to October.

 

Trek Duration : 7 Days 6 Nights

Destinations Covered during Hampta Pass Trek : Manali, Hampta Pass, Chandra Tal

What’s Included :-

  • Accommodation during Trek (Camping)
  • Meals while on trek(Veg)
  • Permits
  • First aid medical kits
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.

DEPARTURES (All departures for The Sandakphu Trek are ex Darjeeling)

  • 1st Batch : 10th June -14th June 2015
  • 2nd Batch : 16th June-20th June 2015
  • 3nd Batch : 22th June-26th June 2015
  • 4th Batch: 6th September-10th September 2015
  • 5th Batch: 13th September-17th September 2015
  • 6th Batch: 2th October-6th October 2015
  • 7th Batch: 11th October-15th October 2015

Cost per Person: Rs 8950 per person (Ex Darjeeling)

Sandakphu Trek Itinerary Detail

Tonglu     (Sandakphu Trek) DAY 1

DRIVE FROM DARJEELING TO MANEYBHANJANG VIA GHOOM (11KMS, 6 HRS)

We will start our trek after an early morning drive from Darjeeling to Maneybhanjang a small Buddhist Sherpa village. Our first camp will be at Tonglu and trek to Tonglu is through dense forest and hillside covered with wild flowers and breathtaking view of Kanchendzonga and its neighbouring peaks like Kabru north, Sleeping Buddha etc. Overnight stay in tents.

Kalipokhari (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 2

 TREK FROM TONGLU TO Kalipokhari (15 KM, 6 HRS)

Start our trekking after an early morning exercise and breakfast through farmlands and small village inhabited with friendly villagers. You will find the rhododendron flowers in abundance along the trek route. Overnight stay in tents or huts at Kalipokhari.

Sandakphu (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 3

TREK FROM Kalipokhari TO Sandakphu (10 KM, 5 HRS)

Sandakphu is situated at an altitude of 3636m and is around 58 kms from Darjeeling and commands some the spectacular views of Kanchendzonga massif and other near by Himalayan peaks. The initial trek descends to the “Valley of Poison” – Bikhebhangang and then steep climb to Sandakphu which takes around 3-4 hours.

Phalut (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 4

TREK FROM Sandakphu TO Phalut TOP ( 20 KM 9HRS)

Phalut is the highest point in the Singalila Range and trek from Sandakphu to Phalut is most fascinating part of the entire Sandakphu Trek. Silver fir forest and rhodendron makes most of the beautiful scene.

Rammam (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 5

TREK FROM Phalut TO Rammam via Gorkhey (13 KM, 6 HRS)

Start your trek through beautiful dense forest of Pines, Chestnut, Hemlock, Oak etc till the trail reaches the meeting point of two streams called Gorkhey. Gorkhey is small beautiful place where you can enjoy your packed lunch after a bath in the stream. After enjoying our lunch we will trek further towards Rammam.

Rimbik (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 6

TREK FROM Rammam TO Rimbik (19 KM, 7 HRS)

The trekking trail from Rammam to Rimbik is almost level walk for around 9 Kms and then it descends to small village called Sirikhola and then after 1 Kms of steep trekking we reach Rimbik. Overnight stay in tent of trekker’s hut.

Darjeeling (SANDAKPHU TREK) DAY 7

Drive from Rimbik to Darjeeling (54 KM, 3 HRS)

Pindari Glacier Trek – Renok Adventures

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Pindari Glacier trek is an easy trek in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. This trek offers well-defined trails with only one minor pass crossing en route to the Pindari Glacier. The views from the pass– the Dhakri Khal (2830m) – are particularly impressive and include the many snow-capped peaks that form the southern rim of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The views from above the Pindari Glacier are also striking, particularly for the first-time trekker.The Pindari Glacier is the source of the Pindar River which meets with the Alaknanda River at Karnaprayag. Pindari Glacier trek is situated at an altitude of 3353 Metres which makes it an easy glacier trek in comparison to other glacier treks.

The best time for this trek are the Pre Monsoon Season: May to June and the Post Monsoon: Mid August to October

Pindari Glacier Trek Details

TREK DURATION: 7 DAYS 6 NIGHTS

DESTINATIONS COVERED ON THE PINDARI GLACIER TREK: Almora, Bageshwar, Kathgodam, Loharkhet, Khati Village

 What’s Included

  • Accommodation (Camping & Hotel Stay)
  • Meals while on trek(Veg)
  • Trekking Equipment
  • Permits
  • First aid medical kits
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.
  • Transport from Kathgodam and return (as per  Pindari Glacier Trek itinerary)

What’s Not Included

  • Meals in Govindghat and during the drive
  • Cost Escalation due to natural reason
  • Unscheduled stay due to landslide

DEPARTURES

COST PER PERSON: RS 14,500 + 4.5% Service Tax per Person (EX Kathgodam)

Pindari Glacier Trek Itinerary Detail

KATHGODAM  (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 1 – DRIVE FROM KATHGODAM TO Khati VIA ALMORA (220 Kms, 10 HRS)

 Pindari Glacier trek starts from the Loharkhet. We pick you up early in the morning from Kathgodam Railway station and drive from Kathgodam to Khati Village via Almora Bageshwar and Loharkhet . We will reach Khati in the evening. Overnight in Khati Village.

DHAKURI TOP (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 2 – TREK FROM LOHARKHET TO DHAKURI TOP (10 KM, 5 HRS)

Today we will begin our Pindari Glacier trek from Loharkhet after having breakfast.Through the first day savour the Great Himalayan Range , including the peaks of Trisul, Devtoli, Maiktoli and Nanda Khat that form the southern rim of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. From Loharket (1760m) the trail winds through an evergreen forest of oak and horse chestnut before ascending to the small temple at Taladhakri (2300m). This is the halfway point on the ascent to the Dhakri Khal. Beyond Taladhakri the trail ascends across meadows and rhododendron forest that bloom by late April. The gradient lessens towards the Dhakri Khal. The meadow of Dhakri (2680m) lies just below the pass. Overnight stay in tents.

KHATI VILLAGE (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 3 – TREK FROM DHAKURI TOP TO KHATI VILLAGE (9 KM, 4 HRS)

Today’s trek is easy and a rewarding, peep into village life at Khati Village. Khati is the largest and last village on the Pindari Glacier trek and Kafni Glacier trek. Khati village is situated on the banks of Pindar Ganga River at an altitude of 2210m. Enjoy your stay in Khati Village by interacting with villagers and visiting the Khati Village temple.

PHURKIA (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 4 – TREK FROM KHATI TO PHURKIA TOP (16 KM, 9 HRS)

We start the Pindari Glacier trek with a good breakfast in Khati Village. Today’s trek is long. There are few small Dhabhas which run during the season where you can have Maggi and tea. The trek from Khati Village to Phurkia via Dwali is picturesque and full of natural beauty. Overnight stay in Tents.

ZERO POINT (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 5 – TREK FROM PHURKIA TO ZEROPOINT TO PHURKIA (10 KM, 8 HRS)

Today is going to be a big day. We start early for Pindari Glacier Zero point after breakfast. The views on trek from Phurkia to Zero point are superb, on your left views of Mt Baljuri, Mt Panwali Dwar are stunning. The point from where the Snout of Pindari Glacier is visible is called the Zero point.After enjoying the beauty of trekking in Himalayas visit Pindari Baba Ashram and trek back to Phurkia. Overnight stay in Tent.

KHATI VILLAGE (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 6 – TREK FROM PHURKIA TO KHATI VILLAGE (16 KM, 6 HRS)

Trek back to Khati village to Khati Village to enjoy one more day stay with hospitable villagers of Khati and share your stories of your trek.

LOHARKHET (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 7 – TREK FROM KHATI VILLAGE TO LOHARKHET (10 KM, 5 HRS)

After breakfast it’s the time to say goodbye to Khati Village and start the trek to Loharkhet via Dhakuri. We will have our lunch at Dhakuri with stunning views of Mt Maiktoli and then trek downwards to Loharkhet.

KATHGODAM (PINDARI GLACIER TREK) DAY 8 – DRIVE FROM LOHARKHET TO KATHGODAM (210 KM, 10 HRS)

Today’s is just to reach road head where our Jeep will be waiting to drive us to Kathgodam with treasured memoriesof the Pindari Glacier Trek.

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Upcoming Treks

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Upcoming Treks in the Himalayas

 

Upcoming Treks in November 2016

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Beas Kund Trek 12th November 2016
3 Days Easy
Kuari Pass Trek 26th November 2016
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Nag Tibba Trek 12th November 2016
26th November 2016
3 Days Easy

 Upcoming Treks in December 2016

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kedarkantha Trek 3rd December 2016
10th December 2016
17th December 2016
18th December 2016
19th December 2016
20th December 2016
21st December 2016
22nd December 2016
23rd December 2016
24th December 2016
25th December 2016
26th December 2016
27th December 2016
28th December 2016
29th December 2016
30th December 2016
31st December 2016
5 Days Easy
Har Ki Dun 24th December 2016
28th December 2016
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 3rd December 2016
10th December 2016
17th December 2016
24th December 2016
4 Days Easy
Nag Tibba Trek 17th December 2016
19th December 2016
23rd December 2016
24th December 2016
25th December 2016
30th December 2016
31st December 2016
3 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in January 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Chadar Trek 21st January 2017
28th January 2017
9 Days Moderate Trek
Har Ki Dun 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
14th January 2017
21st January 2017
28th January 2017
7Days Easy – Moderate
Kuari Pass Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
14th January 2017
21th January 2017
28th January 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Nag Tibba Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
6th January 2017
13th January 2017
20th January 2017
27st January 2017
3 Days Easy
Kedarkantha Trek 1st January 2017
2nd January 2017
3rd January 2017
7th January 2017
9th January 2017
21st January 2017
22nd January 2017
25th January 2017
28th January 2017
5 Days Easy
Auli-Skiing Trek 23rd January 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in February 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25th February 2017
5 Days Easy
kuari-pass-trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25rd February 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Har-ki-dun-trek 4th February 2017
11th February 2017
18th February 2017
25th February 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Auli-Skiing Trek 5th February 2017
12th February 2017
19th February 2017
26th February 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in March 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 4th March 2017
11th March 2017
18th March 2017
25th March 2017
5 Days Easy
Har-ki-dun-trek 4th March 2017
11th March 2017
18th March 2017
25th March 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Auli-Skiing Trek 5th March 2017
19th March 2017
6 Days Easy-Moderate

Upcoming Treks in April 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
kedarkantha Trek 1st April 2017
8th April 2017
15th April 2017
22nd April 2017
29th April 2017
5 Days Easy
Har-ki-dun-trek 1st April 2017
8th April 2017
15th April 2017
22nd April 2017
29th April 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate

Upcoming Treks in May 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kedarkantha Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
5 Days Easy
kuari Pass Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 5th May 2017
12th May 2017
19th May 2017
26th May 2017
3 Days Easy
Bhrigu lake Trek 5th May 2017
12th May 2017
19th May 2017
26th May 2017
3 Days Easy – Moderate
Har-ki-dun-trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
20th May 2017
27th May 2017
7 Days Easy – Moderate
Roopkund Trek 6th May 2017
13th May 2017
8 Days Moderate

Upcoming Treks in June 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Kuari pass trek 3rd June 2017
10th June 2017
17th June 2017
24th June 2017
6 Days Easy – Moderate
Beas Kund Trek 2nd June 2017
9th June 2017
16th June 2017
23rd June 2017
30th June 2017
3 Days Easy
Bhrigu lake Trek 2nd June 2017
9th June 2017
16th June 2017
23rd June 2017
30th June 2017
3 Days Easy – Moderate
Roopkund Trek 3rd June 2017
17th June 2017
8 Days Moderate

Upcoming Treks in July 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 1st July 2017
2nd July 2017
8th July 2017
9th July 2017
15th July 2017
16th July 2017
22nd July 2017
23rd July 2017
29th July 2017
30th July 2017
6 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in August 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 5th August 2017
6th August 2017
12th August 2017
13th August 2017
19th August 2017
20th August 2017
26th August 2017
27th August 2017
6 Days Easy

Upcoming Treks in September 2017

Trek Name Trek Date Duration Grade
Valley Of Flowers Trek 2nd September 2017
3rd September 2017
9th September 2017
10th September 2017
6 Days Easy