As a beginner, the trekker must prioritise to choose treks which are less strenuous in nature. The tougher treks, meant for experienced and veteran treks, are quite hazardous for amateurs. Moreover, the true objective of the trail, i.e. enjoying the natural beauty of the trail, is quite impossible, if one is too engrossed in the effort of completing the trek.
All trails are accessible only at specific seasons of the year. Besides, monsoons and winters are quite precarious for trekking. Its best to go for treks at the most favourable weathers.
Being medically fit must be the foremost priority before going on a trek. A medical check up is mandatory, prior to the trek, so as to not face any difficulties while on the trek.
Trekking is quite different than tourism. You don’t get fancy accommodations and luxurious food. Rather you are exposed to nature. It’s advisable to be mentally prepared.
The factor, which can make or break a trekking, is equipments. It’s very essential to choose proper shoes, backpacks, tents and other equipments as they are the real life savers while on the trail
It’s quite easy to spend quite a lot on trekking equipments, tents, sleeping bags etc. But it’s wiser to show caution before spending a fortune and even renting equipments can be considered
It’s better to practise walking with the backpack, before hand the trekking as it requires getting used to. It is also advisable to break in the shoe in case of a new one, to avoid blisters while walking on the trail.
Trekking may be quite demanding and ardours. So having an active life style and engaging in light physical activities like walking and jogging always helps. And also while on trek, one should understand his or her limitations and walk accordingly taking breaks.
7 Yrs of Experience in Customer Relationship Management in Travel & Tourism. Worked as an Interpreter in the Indo-Norwegian Projects. As an Trek Organizer submitted Roopkund, Hampta Pass, Chandrashila, Pindari, Kedar Tal and Many More