Back in September of 2018, I had planned a ride to Dandeli with my friend.…
This is the story, and the video, of my ride from Bangalore to Coorg on my KTM 390 Duke. We stayed at a beautiful place there called Three Hills.
The Goechala Trek is basically a walk through the beautiful Khangchendzonga National Park, all the way to near the base of the mountain itself. It’s 10 days of pure, unadulterated beauty!
Misty hills, cold climates and the feeling of being in the hills… that is what Coorg offers and here is where you can stay when there.
There are a lot of things I have learned from the treks that I have gone for and I always had the intention of penning them but somehow I never got around to it. Now that I finally have, here are some of the lessons I have learned from all my treks.
Now I have gone on multiple treks by now. I have been to Roopkund, Goechala…
The first trek that I ever went for was the Roopkund Trek in Uttarakhand. It starts from 7,000 ft above sea level and goes all the way up about 16,000 ft. This is the account of my experience of that trek. An awesome way to step into the world of trekking, if you ask me.
Two friends, two KTM 690s, 3 months and one grand plan: Get from London to Sydney on the KTMs. This is one epic adventure that is definitely worth watching!
Have you ever used an auto in Bangalore and not had the best of time in it? Chances are that it could have something to do with what you have had to pay the fellow for the ride. If you are wondering why you had to pay extra, here is a quick guide to some of the taxes that you end up paying.
Wanting to go on a trek is not enough to get you through one. While trekking is not particularly difficult, it can be a bit demanding and if you are not ready for the experience, you stand a very good chance of ending up trying to forget the trek. If you follow these points as a simple checklist, you could probably avoid any such situations.