Trekking often refers to multi-day hiking trips through rural, often rugged territory. Many people who are trekkers engage in longer trips through entire regions of the world, using trekking as a way of getting from place to place. It can be incorporated with a number of other outdoor sports, such as rock climbing or back packing.

Trekking is different from other sorts of travel for a few different reasons. It tends to be less-structured than other sort of travel, as weather conditions and topography help influence travel plans more than plane flights or hotel availability. As travelers move on foot through often-rural areas, trekking gives travelers an up-close view of incredible scenery. Many trekkers travel through isolated areas, giving them an experience much different than those who travel in organized groups to more-popular destinations. It often allows them to interact with nature, doing anything from climbing a rock wall to navigating across a mountain or entire mountain range.

Trekking can be done anywhere in the world. Trekking can result in a trip as long or short as participants decide, from trips of a week or more to expeditions that last more than a year. Trekking can be as athletic and adventurous as participants decide. The less-structured nature of trekking and a world of destinations help attract a wide variety of participants to the activity.

Several pieces of gear help make trekking more enjoyable. One is a comfortably-fitting backpack. Many trekkers travel for extended periods and need to carry all of their belongings with them. A sturdy backpack can comfortably fit more than 10- 20 kg. of clothing and gear. Another important item is sturdy hiking shoes. When covering long distances, wearing the right pair of boots can make the difference between enjoying a trip and being in pain. Other survival equipment, such as warm clothing, a first aid kit and a supply of food and water are also very important.

Trekking is best attempted initially with someone who has experience or in a professionally-led group. This can help introduce those new to trekking to the special skills required to successfully make an overland journey of significant length. A number of outdoor stores and organizations offer classes and plan trips that can help give an idea of the gear and physical ability required in trekking.

It is recommended that each trekkers carry the following items :

1. Wind-proof jacket with parka 1 no.
2. Sweaters 2 full sleeves 1 half sleeve
3. Balaclava (Monkey cap) 1 no.
4. Woollen and leather gloves 1 pair each
5. Woollen/cotton long johns 2 pairs
6. Woollen socks 4 pairs
7. Cotton socks 4 pairs
8. Jeans|Pants 3 nos.
9. Shorts 2 nos.
10. Shirts/T-shirt 6 nos.
11. Sun glasses (good quality), with chain 1 no. for hanging around neck.
12. Hunter/Marching/Trekking shoes 2 pairs (Carry extra shoe laces- normal shoes will be useless for Trekking)
13. Peaked cap or broad brimmed straw hat 1 no. (for protection against the sun)
14. Water bottle (large) 1 no.
15. Torch light (carry two sets of extra cells and one bulb) 1 no.
16. Raincoat (large size) 1 no.
17. Belt pouch for camera/money/ medicines/documents 1 no.
18. Large Plastic sheet for water proofing your luggage 1 no.
19. Plate/Mug/Spoon 1 set
20. Toilet paper
21. Sun screen lotion (for protection from sunburn) 1 no.
22. Candles
23. Match box/lighter
24. Multipurpose knife 1 no.
25. Rubber slippers 1 no.

Chhota Kailash (Adi Kailash) Trek :
Trekking Programme - 17 Days

Milam Glacier Trek :
Trekking Programme - 14 Days

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Pindari Glacier Trek :
Trekking Programme - 11 Days

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Rupkund Trek :
Trekking Programme - 12 Days

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Sunderdhunga Trek :
Trekking Programme - 13 Days

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Kuari Pass Trek :
Trekking Programme - 10 Days

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Valley of Flowers Trek :
Trekking Programme - 9 Days

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