Evil Impact of Irresponsible Trekking on Western Ghats Treks

estern Ghats¬†treks might get impacted resulting into a ‘ban’ due to trekkers’ trash dumps and illegal trekking if forest department does not check & monitor the trekkers at forest entry Continue Reading →

Using google weather before hiking or trekking

I always prefer checking out the weather before setting out for a trip or hike. Once in winter, we set out for Kumara Parvatha trek and the temperature was over Continue Reading →

Trekking tips: Hiking in rainy season in South India

Average temperature ranges from 21-27 degree Celsius in Rainy season. The rainy season lasts for around four months from June to September. ¬†Average sunshine hours are from 4-5 hours per Continue Reading →

Trekking in Summer in Western Ghats, South India

Average temperature ranges from 25-34 degree Celsius in summer. Summer lasts from February to May and is succeeded by the rainy season. Average Sunshine hours are around 8 hours per Continue Reading →

10 Amazing Western Ghats facts in India

The Western Ghats hills run parallel to the west coast of India and are a major hub for the flora and fauna. It is also a part of the UNESCO Continue Reading →