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06 Dec 2017 12:14
Winter treks in Himachal Pradesh Hey Umang, Some of the good treks for beginners in winters are: 1. Triund trek 2. Kheerganga trek 3. Malana and Chanderkhani Pass trek
By- Umang
06 Dec 2017 12:03
Basic Mountaineering Course - Physical Fitness Pre Hi, thank you so much for taking your time out and sharing this useful information. I have already started doing some short treks in Sahyadris with weight and focusing more on core strength. Looking forward to learn many new things during the course. Thanks...
By- Umang
16 Nov 2017 11:42
Gokyo Ri and Gokyo Lakes Trek in Nepal Nepal the country located in the central Himalayas in South Asia is undoubtedly the most popular place for adventure activities. And there are good reasons why trekking in Nepal, which wind through some of the highest mountains of the world is unique in every...
By- Umang
16 Nov 2017 11:28
Hello! Hello friends, My name is Umang. I came to know about this forum recently. Hope to meet and interact with the like minded people.
16 May 2017 15:51
Trekking Shoes Those Salomon's are good too. Merrell probably doesn't have any exclusive retail stores here. But that is true for most good brands, be it boots, apparel or technical equipment. I did have a couple but they are gone. Sorry. :)
28 Apr 2017 05:30
indians summiting everest without supplemental oxy Hi Kunal, One of my acquaintances shared This Link with me. I repeat such lists and records are of no use to me personally; in fact most things "everest" seldom excite me. But ... I promised to check with my friends and one of them reverted with this...
 

" Rise early. Fix a time-table to which you must try to keep. One seldom regrets having made an early start, but one always regrets having set off too late; first for reasons of safety-the adage 'it is later than you think' is very true in the mountains-but also because of the strange beauty of the moment: the day comes to replace the night, the peaks gradually lighten, it is the hour of mystery but also of hope. Setting off by lantern-light, witnessing the birth of a new day as one climbs to meet the sun, this is a wonderful experience." - Gaston Rebuffat, from On Snow and Rock, 1959