Gearing up for a summer adventure this season? If you are planning to trek on the less travelled path, then knowing how to do it right is important.
In this blog, we are going to take a look at some the trekking tips that you can use to keep yourself out of harm’s way.
Having a secure and enjoyable experience on your way up and down makes all the difference between cherished memories and avoided nightmares. Now, let’s take a look at what you need to keep in mind.
Getting a satellite ‘find me’
If you want to stay on the safe side of your trekking experience, then getting a satellite ‘find me’ device is a great idea.
Whether you are on a solo trip or on a tour group in India, this device will help you get located during SOS situations.
This is much more efficient that your phone device, because that is clearly redundant at that altitude. So, get yourself this device before you plan to climb the mountain you are aiming to!
Choose performance wear over cotton
One of the many mistakes that trekkers and adventure travellers do while on a trek is to make sure that you choose performance wear over cotton. This will ensure that your clothes dry quickly and tackle sweat effectively.
Clothing utility is very effective once you are away from civilization and if you cannot make the best of it, then there will a lot adjustment issues at that elevation level.
Keep your trekking ethics in mind
Trekking takes you to some of the most untouched and pristine locations you can come across and you need to work to let it be that way.
Trailing has a number of conventions and maintaining those during your travels will help achieve this end.
If you want full details of what these are, then ask your travel agency in Kolkata. We have some important ones for you that will give you a start:
- When at loggerheads, the person moving uphill has the first right of passage
- Make sure that you carry all your waste with you and leave no trail behind
- Do not disturb the animals or birds that you might come across while trekking
Keeping these 3 basics in mind will make you a responsible trekker and ensure that you are not corrupting the very environment that you want to experience. So, pack your bags and set off now – because it is now or never!