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There are two kinds of people: one, who love their power glasses for their style statement, and others who thoroughly hate them for they come with an awful lot of precautions, are slippery and can break easily.  Taking them on treks might mean that you end up saving them instead of them saving you! So,...
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Wearing sunglasses on high altitude treks helps you protect your eyes from sun exposure. In extreme scenarios like trekking on snow, the sun’s rays can accumulate, reflect and damage your vision. Although this damage is temporary, the recovery phase might take upto 48 hours, and between this, the harm is already done: Your trek is...
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Sun is harsh at high altitudes. And if exposure to the sun is combined with snow, glacier and ice, the recipe is a serious invitation for snow blindness. Snowblindness is medically known as photokeratitis—“photo” means “light”, and “keratitis” is “inflammation of the cornea”. Need not worry; snow blindness is not permanent. The person generally recovers...
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A backpack is like a tool for a successful trek. It is your little friend that sticks with you in all conditions. In this, choosing the right backpack for yourself is your responsibility.  We have seen trekkers selecting big backpacks, stuffing them and planning to offload them on the trek. If everything goes right, offloading...
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Trekking shoes play a huge role in making or breaking your trek—especially for treks that are longer than three days duration. We often get asked questions—Which are the best trekking shoes? Can I use the same shoes for all kinds of terrain and weather conditions? What should I look at while purchasing a pair of...
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