Walking is a very good form of exercise. Every person is supposed to walk 1000 steps a day technically to stay fit and healthy. Walking activates all your vital organs and helps them function efficiently. But, as we all know, who wants to listen to all these? All we need is comfort and fun. But walking can also be fun if done in the right way. What if we put in an element of adventure in walking? Wouldn’t it be more enjoyable? That’s the reason why trekking is one of the most well-known adventure sporst in India, or rather in the world.
Every nutritionist, dietician and doctor is suggesting trekking in India. The sport is not only fun yet invigorating but also has an element of health benefits. Anyone can trek, there is no age limit. All you need is to be an active walker and acclimatize your body if choosing a higher altitude as your trail. Himalayan Ranges are the most popular trekking in India routes. The great lakes of Kashmir trek, Stok Kangri Trek, Leh – Ladhak Trek, Zanskar valley trek, Mount Abu trek, Lonavla trek and Gurgaon in North and Mudumalai, Gavi Wild life trek, Perambikulam, Munnar , Ramnagaram, Mysore and Coorg trek in the southern region are few to name.
People who do not prefer to go at a higher altitude due to health issues and other significant reasons can start with the easy yet equally exhilarating trekking near Bangalore, Karnataka. Bangalore is notable for its pleasant climate throughout the year which gives an added advantage to the trekkers. Also, the destinations can be usually covered in a day or two that would suit the busy working people. Trekking near Bangalore routes include Devarayana Durga, Savanadurga, Kunti Betta, Handi Kunti, Ramanagarm, Kalar District, Dabaspet.