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1
HIKING EXPERIENCES IN NORTH INDIA
BY TOURS TRAVELS DEPARTMENT
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HIKING (AN IDEA)
  • Hiking is the preferred term for a long, vigorous
    walk, usually on trails (footpaths), in the
    countryside, while the word walking is used for
    shorter, particularly urban walks.
  • best for experienced, confident, self-sufficient
    high altitude hikers

One of the best hiking regions in the world is
the INDIAN HIMALAYA.
3
HIKING TRIALS IN NORTH INDIA
  • AT A GLANCE
  • Ladakh, Jammu Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and
    Uttarakhand in the west.
  • Darjeeling and Sikkim in the east

4
HIKING SEASONS
  • Hiking seasons somewhere May-Nov (though
    micro-climates vary greatly). Many treks are not
    recommended in Jul-Aug though you can hike most
    places in Ladakh in those months as its in the
    monsoon rain shadow.

5
WHY NORTH INDIA?
  • stunning high peaks
  • forested valleys, wildflower meadows
  • Hindu, Islamic and Buddhist cultures,
    architecture and history
  • culture of the mountain people
  • you can hike independently, hire a porter, or
    sign on with a trekking company
  • India is simply the most intense, memorable
    country to visit
  • travel is very inexpensive
  • watching for Lammergeiers, huge mountain vultures
  • variety of flora when climbing up from the low
    lands
  • virtually no dangerous wildlife
  • adding on visits to Bhutan (highly restricted) or
    Nepal (very easy)
  • excellent for photographers

6
PACKING FOR HIKING
  • Rule for backpacking if you cannot decide if you
    need it, you probably will not need it.
  • Make a list to include everything that you will
    possibly need on your trip.
  • Reduce food weight and volume by packing
    primarily dehydrated meals.
  • Shop for a tent that suits your needs
  • Determine how much water you will need between
    the two points.
  • Wear whatever you find comfortable there is no
    hiking dress code.
  • Bring a hand-held flashlight or a headlamp, for
    hands-free use.
  • When packing your backpack, place heavy items,
    such as water, camp stove and fuel, tent poles
    and stakes, and food near the top of your pack
    and close to your back.

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  • FOR MORE TRAVEL EXPERIENCES AND TRAVEL ADVICES
  • VISIT US AT
  • www.finishproblems.com
  • Or
  • TALK TO OUR TRAVEL EXPERTS
  • Call 18001031000

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THANK YOU
EXPERIENCE INDIA IN ?.10
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