OVER THE MOUNTAINS AND THROUGH THE WOODS – TREKKING WITH KIDS.

The winter is almost upon us. The wilderness beckons. Pack your bags and fall off the map!

Sharing with you my guest blog on my dear friend Mallika’s blog. Thank you so much, Mallika for hosting me and more importantly letting me write on “Trekking”, a topic very close to my heart. In the blog, I offer a glimpse into the beautiful world of mountains along with a few tips, tricks, and thrills of trekking with kids.

Read the blog here.

So, where are heading to this winter season?

18 thoughts on “OVER THE MOUNTAINS AND THROUGH THE WOODS – TREKKING WITH KIDS.

  1. Great! Left a comment there.

    Thanks for highlighting the importance of introducing kids to trekking. It helps them become independent and opens up their mind.

            1. Nothing’s “holding me back” as such. I’m just busy with Heritage Walks and Tuitions.
              I love conducting both things..but sadly that means I have very less time to trek. 🙁 But thike… no issues! 😛

                  1. The Himalayas is a different game. I have done it a couple of times but Aravali is fine too because that’s what is accessible every weekend. You must trek in the Himalayas, it is worth experiencing. Let me know if you have any question or query on this. 🙂

                    1. Yes I know, trekking in the Himalayas is totally different. Hence a bit reserved about it. But yes, I want to do at least one. Will definitely ping you once I decide on the when and where 🙂

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