The future of Trekking in the Himalayas looks uncertain, at least for the moment. Ever wonder all the people who are trekking in the mountains where do they throw their garbage, what do they do with the waste? Why so many popular treks are getting banned? & what impact do we make on the mountains after having our adventurous trip there? Many adventure clubs lure corporate professionals with attractive trek packages. They bring big groups and are seen violating the rules. There is a restriction on the number of people who can enter the forest trail. The number of people allowed depends upon the sensitivity of the eco-zone.
With our small initiative, we are working towards ‘Responsible Trekking’. Not only we are conducting clean-up drives but also helping the locals who are always there to help us in our journey to the mountains. Generating greater economic benefits for local people and enhances the well-being of host communities.