If you think trekking equals to strenuous climbs, biting cold, and uncomfortable days, it will take but one trek to shatter all those inhibitions. Treks go way beyond the physical aspect of things. We would say that trekking is as spiritual an experience as it is a physical one. Irrespective of your age, now is the best time to plunge headfirst into the world of alpine trekking, if you haven’t already. Experience a thousand feelings overpower you simultaneously as you watch the world unfold from atop a snowy Himalayan summit. Feel the soothing touches of the cold winds that the mountains send your way, along with all their love. Here are 5 best Himalayan treks that are ideal for beginners. Read More.
High altitude treks equal thinner air, lower oxygen supply, and consequently, higher exertion. In order to acclimatise well, your body has to keep up with the low oxygen level in the air without it compromising on your health. Keeping yourself well hydrated is key. When you indulge in alcohol on high altitudes, no matter how tempting it is, given the chilly weather, you put yourself at a risk of dehydration. On high altitudes, dehydration translates to AMS, or worse! The same is true about smoking. Your lungs are hard pressed to keep up with the low oxygen, as it is. Smoking only reduces the oxygen intake capacity of lungs, exposing you to threatening conditions. Read More.
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