There’s always tranquillity to be found, even in the most crowded places if you’re willing to look for it. Benog Hill and Sanctuary are as…Leave a Comment
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Till now the only way to reach Snowline Cafe (Mcleodganj H.P.) was via the Triund Ridge. Now Sarthak Ohri, an avid reader and hiker contributes a new route that links the best viewpoint in Mcleodganj directly with Snowline Cafe. Avoid the cacophony, be one with nature and enjoy this novel route.Leave a Comment
Complete trail details for a winter/spring trek from Janki Chatti to Yamunotri. This trek has awe-inspiring views of the Bandarpunch / Bandarpoonch massif. The best time to complete this is in March or April before the annual Chota Dham Yatra starts.One Comment
Nag Tibba has a beautiful and unparalleled view of the Garhwal Himalaya which makes it a popular trekking destination. With this popularity comes the bane of commercialisation and the loss of solitude. Still, you would be wrong to discard Nag Tibba as one for dilettante trekkers. Inditramp explores every facet of Nag Tibba to bring you what’s popular and also its unexplored coves and meadows. Whether you seek to revel in the company of others or plan your own sylvan trek, we have you covered in our comprehensive Nag Tibba coverage.10 Comments
This short 1-kilometre walk brings you to not one, but two viewpoints over the Garhwal Himalayas and the Doon valley. If you thought Lal Tibba near Mussoorie has the best Himalayan views you’ve probably never been here at sunrise. The Greater Himalayan peaks are best seen from sunup to noon, especially on a clear day after rains. If you are in Mussoorie especially after a rain shower, you owe it to yourself to walk to this knoll at sunrise.Leave a Comment
The Northern slopes of Landour are blessed with immense biodiversity and hundreds of Buransh trees. If you’re lucky like I am to walk the Kolti trail during the blooming season i.e. March and April you will be walking on a red carpet made up of buransh petals.
This is a child-friendly trail and there are no drops or tricky sections. Yet, the trail is relentless and steep with an average grade of 17.9% and this will test your legs if you’re not used to walking.3 Comments