Trekking Essentials : Things to Carry in a Trek

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Trekking Essentials: Things to Carry in a Trek What things to carry for 4-6 day trek in big trekking bag( carried by mule) 2-3 trek pants: one Forclaz 500 trek pant can easily work for 2-3 days. It is water resistant 3 full sleeve collared t-shirt: full sleeves and collars will protect from direct sunlight […]

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How To Get In Shape For A Trek

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How To Get In Shape For A Trek How To Get In Shape For A Trek Trekking in Himalayas is a joyos and  wonderful experience. Most people going on a trek have different reasons. Some want to see the mighty mountains while some a re looking for peace. Some want to click awesome pics and […]

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BTA Landing Page

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Have Questions..Ask Us !! Registered for a trek or planning to go solo. Now what ? When we started our trekking journey, we had thousands of questions on our mind such as What are the items I need to carry out of the extremely long list provided by the organizer? What the hell is a […]

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What is a BlueThroat

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Bluethroat is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae. BlueThroat is a migratory bird, we call it the winged traveler. It migrates from North America to Europe to India. Even though it is small in size, it crosses all boundaries and continents to reach its destination. […]

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Leave No Trace Seven Principles

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The Leave No Trace Seven Principles are the bedrock of the Leave No Trace program. They provide guidance to enjoy our natural world in a sustainable way that avoids human-created impacts. The principles have been adapted so they can be applied in your backyard or your backcountry. Note: click any of the headers below for […]

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Top 10 Beginner Hiker Blunders

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Top 10 Beginner Hiker Blunders -“I’ve made the mistakes so you don’t have to.” May 5, 2018 Shreyas Kulkarni 1. Wearing jeans or cotton News flash: Denim/Jeans is cotton, so wearing jeans is a poor choice for any hike, especially in rainy or cold weather. Cotton: It retains moisture. It doesn’t let moisture just flow […]

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