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Why shouldn’t I trek alone in the mountains?

Published On 01 Mar 2020 by Oshank Soni

The chills of the feeling of trekking alone might sound like a big thrill but it is very risky if you are not a pro trekker. Here are some of the reasons as to why trekking alone is yes or no.

You have a great opportunity to introspect and find more about yourself. You are free to delve into yourself and your interests.
You have the serene time to experience nature (in its rawest form).
You will be able to discover new paths and roads. You may get to see rare varieties of flora and fauna.
You may find your life?s higher goals. You may get a sense of direction and clarity.

You can all tingly and have a feeling of homesickness.
You will be in a stressful situation emotionally if by chance you got lost.
You could not be able to get to a locality as you are inexperienced.
You should take risk according to your capacity.

  1. Co-Founder at Trekmunk. Has travelled to 28 Indian States, has led more than 50 high altitude treks in the Indian Himalayas. He is an Investment Banker by profession but a traveller by passion. He has led treks in Kashmir, Ladakh, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Sikkim and Nepal. He is a NOLS certified First Aid Responder. Chasing the sun is his full-time job, a Storyteller, Travel photographer and Videographer at Insane Traveller Productions.

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