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Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand.
PACKING LIST FOR THE CHADAR TREK, INDIA
The Less Explored Kareri Lake Trek!
(a) Trekking Shoes – they prevent ankle twist and have better grip (b) Full sleeve T-shirts (c) Full sleeve woolen (d) Thick Jacket (for winter season) (e) Socks (2 pairs): 1 cotton (for trekking) and 1 woolen (may need while sleeping) (f) Gloves(1 pair for winter season) (g) Woollen Cap/Balaclava(1 for winter season) (h) Raincoat/Poncho (i) Water Bottle) (j) Light towel and Toilet paper (k) LED torch (l) Plastic covers: While packing, use plastic bags to ensure the clothes and other essentials remain dry in case of rain....
Chadar Trek- an adventure trek on frozen river!!!
Our Trekking Team with Captain List of gears for Chadar trek: Back pack & rain cover, Walking stick, Head torch, Insulated Water bottle, Snacks, Personal Medical Kit, Waterproof and warm gloves, Fleece/woollen gloves, Sun cap, Woollen cap, Balaclava, Neck-gaiters, Sunglasses, Fleece T-shirts, Fleece jacket, Down feather / Hollofil jacket, Wind & waterproof (jacket & pant), Thermal inners (upper and lower), Trek pants, Poncho, Gumboot, Woollen socks, Moisturiser, Toilet Paper & wipes, Lip balm, Hand sanitizer, Toothbrush and toothpaste, Quick dry towel Warning: Please avoid this trek ,if you are not confident in your health conditions....
At 12,000ft, There's Another Frozen River Trek In Ladakh That's Not Chadar
A Complete List Of Things To Take For Your First Himalayan Trek
Planning for Chadar trek? Here are the 9 things you should consider before going there. #winterTrek
Travel Essentials - Chuti Chuti
Things to carry Clothes and Shoes Shoes Trekking Shoes Clothes Three warm layers Three trek pants Three collared t-shirts Thermals Accessories Sunglasses Suncap Synthetic Hand Gloves Balaclava Socks (2 pairs) Headlap LED Torch Trekking Pole Poncho Others Daypack Toiletries Two water bottles Plastic covers Personal Medical Kit You are advised to carry your personal medical kit and also consult your doctor....
The mesmerising ski town of Gulmarg
The great Himalayan Ride #bestof2018
Things to pack before the trip : 1 Woolen gloves & Woolen socks 2 Riders gear ( Jacket , arm guard , knee guard , gloves , HELMET) 3 Mufler 4 Balaclava 5 Spare parts for your bike ( clutch wire , brake wire , brake handle etc.,) 6 Puncture kit 7 Portable air pump 8 Thermals ( more than one pair ) 9 Sunglasses ( Preferably polarised ) 10 Thermal gloves and winter jacket 11 Lots of Chocolates & water can 12 Petrol cans 13 Tarpaulin sheets to cover your luggage on bikes 14 Water proof shoes ( you dont wanna ride with a wet sock or even worse a wet shoe ) 15 Sunscreen lotions 16 Sleeping bag (optional - as all camps / hotels provide blankets ) Permit Information : Permit 1 : If you are starting from Manali a permit is required to cross to Rohtang pass & beyond rohtang pass which is available easily online in the following website http://rohtangpermits.nic.in Permit 2 : From Leh to Pangong & Nubra Valley This inner limit permit is available in Leh town tourism office & it is a fairly simple process which one can do it themselves without a 3rd party ....
Preparing for Manali Leh Ladakh bike trip
Powerbank (As you may not get charging points everywhere) Torch (Mobile torch would do) Thermals 2 pairs and a sweater Cotton socks 3-4 pairs Woolen socks 1-2 pairs at night Woolen gloves 1-2 pairs Riding gloves 1 pair Balaclava Goggles are must Rain coats Riding jacket Water proof shoes are must Protective gears like knee cap, elbow caps are recommended Dry fruits to munch on the way Atleast 2 water bottles of 1 litre each. 8....
Here’s Why Stok Kangri In Ladakh Must Be Done With An Experienced Trekking Partner
Nag Tibba - An Easy Weekend Trek
(a) Trekking Shoes - they prevent ankle twist and have better grip (b) Full sleeve T-shirts (c) Full sleeve woolen (d) Thick Jacket (for winter season) (e) Socks (2 pairs): 1 cotton (for trekking) and 1 woolen (may need while sleeping) (f) Gloves(1 pair for winter season) (g) Woolen Cap/Balaclava(1 for winter season) (h) Raincoat/Poncho (i) Gaters - Prevent Snow from entering the shoes (j) Water Bottle (k) Light towel and Toilet paper (l) LED torch (m) Plastic covers: While packing, use plastic bags to ensure the clothes and other essentials remain dry in case of rain....
Chadar Trek #bestof2018
Listing down things to wear in the layer from head to toe For Top • Very First layer one pair of Thermal shirt • Next layer would be you thick Fleece shirt • Third layer one fleece jacket • Last will be your waterproof and windproof jacket with a hood (waterproof and windproof is a must) For bottom • One Layer of thermal pant • Second layer Quick dry pant from decathlon • The last layer would be waterproof pant • Two pairs of inner garments For head • One layer of woolen headgear which covers your ears • BALACLAVA to cover your nose and Head • UV protection glasses For hand • One woolen gloves • And waterproof gloves And Feet • One layer of thin sock • A woolen sock which you can buy in Leh • And gumboots TADA!!!!...
Hiking Essentials for Beginners
CHADAR trek - Frozen River Zanskar
Trekking pole, good quality one we bought for 450 rs,Gumboots we got it for 400rs, Balaclava for 150 bucks and military socks for 100 bucks a pair. we picked few snacks, chocolates and reached hotel. once after finishing dinner our hotel guy passed us a bill slip for 3 days breakfast, lunch and dinner.....this was a sudden surprise for us. they charged 150 rs for breakfast, 200 rs for lunch & 200rs for dinner per person (what ever the amount we have paid to organizer doesn't matter. first 3 days only stay is free. food doesn't include in the package)....
8 Days, 3950m: This Trek Up To A Glacial Blue Lake In India Will Set Your Pulse Racing
Concept of Layering : For memorable Treks
A Mom’s Journey To The Arctic Circle/Lapland With Her 4 Year Old
Overnight Santa Express Train to Helsinki Rovaniemi Train Station Tips: - recommended clothing for kids: —>thermal wear+one full arm polo /turtle neck —> stockings + thermal bottoms + jeans —>t-shirt+ sweater + snow overall/snow suit —>2/3 layers or woolen socks + snow boots —>balaclava (for head) + beanie + scarf —>woolen hand gloves / good quality ski gloves (I made him wear both) - a vacuum flask that can keep the water until 8 hours, coz frequent hydration is a must in such extreme weather condition - kids first aid kit and basic medicines - recommended clothing for adults —> thermal wear+ full sleeve tee+ sweater + a good quality snow jacket —> stockings + thermal bottoms + Jeans —> 2/3 layer of socks (woolen/polyester mix, DO NOT get cotton as cotton will absorb the moisture and make your feet cold in no time) —> snow boots —> woolen beanie + scarf —> woolen/ski gloves - Try to avoid Christmas season for your tour if you are on budget as you will end up paying more than double for your stay and for certain winter activities....
10 Tips For Chadar Trek
A RIDE TO BHIMASHANKAR
The Summit (Day 3) – drenched in body not in spirit
All You Need To Know About The Everest Base Camp Trek
A comfy day-pack (25-35L is good), a light, water-proof jacket, a fleece, 3 dry-fit t-shirts, 2 warm base layers, 2 pairs of trousers (one water-proof and one thermal-lined), a few pairs of thick socks, a warm hat and gloves, a balaclava that covers your nose and mouth as it can be very dusty, sunglasses to prevent sun or snow blindness and factor 30+ sun cream....
A tryst with Himalayas - Lamayuru to Konzke la trek
Here is what i really recommend one should carry without fail - A down jacket (costs upto Rs 4K), a balaclava (sort of monkey cap), Thermal (top and bottom), fleece layer (top and bottom), a sweater, Sun cap, Shades, 2 pair of woolen gloves, atleast 3 pair of woolen socks, 2 pair of cotton socks, torch, lot of tissue papers, a Milton 500 ml flask, 50+ SPF sunscreen, lip balm, good trek pants (costs upto Rs 3K)....
Journey to Mount Everest Base Camp
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Planning a trip to Ladakh?
What to carry a.k.a What can't you do without
Chadar Trek – Climb on and Prosper
A trek essentials checklist, curated for the Himalayas!
. · ID Proof · Driving License · Vehicle Documents · Riding Gear (Helmet and Jacket must) · Face Mask or Balaclava (Optional) · Bike Accessories (Tool Kit and Cables) · Torch Light and Swiss Knife Recommendation If you can manage a week or two leave from your routine in India, then head towards South....
Hiking in the Canadian Rockies
Everest Base Camp : Trek of a Lifetime. #Himalayas
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How to Plan a Winter Road Trip to the Himalayas
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Chadar Trek - Experience of a Lifetime
Journey to Junar Gali.
If anyone is interested to do the Leh Ladakh tour, below are some useful details Best time to Visit - Between June to September Budget - 50000 to 60000 INR Manali Bike Rental Shop - Himalayan Bike Tour Manali Stay - Hotel Surabhi @ Vashist Leh Stay - Solpon Guest House at Upper Changspa Mandatory things to Carry - ID Proof Trekking Bag Medical Kit Thermals, Sweater and Rain coat Riding gear (Helmet,jacket,cold gloves,elbow and knee pads) Gum Boots Face mask or Balaclava Bike Accessories ( Tool Kit and Cables) Woolen Socks and hand gloves Torch light and swiss knife Places to visit - Pangong Lake Khardungla Tso Moriri Lake Nubra Valley Diskit Monastery Shanti Stupa Hemis Monastery Thiksey Monastery Shey Palace Namgyal Tsemo Monastery Leh Palace Hall of Fame Spituk Monastery Pathar Sahib Gurudwara Lamayuru Magnetic Hill Indus and Zanskar Confluence My sincere recommendation, if it has to be a vacation in India that's to be lived in memories for a lifetime, it has to be LADAKH!...
15 Things To Keep In Mind While Planning Your Ladakh Motorcycle Trip
I am generally not very particular about my eating habits but once I hit the higher altitudes after Srinagar and till the time I wasn't back in the lower altitudes of Manali, I religiously ensured that I have 3 to 4 litres of water everyday, proper meals and chocolates / biscuits for energy every now and then. 5) Wear a Balaclava or use a piece of clean cloth to cover your mouth while riding in very high altitudes....