Trekking gets into your blood!

Ray & Vikas

The lure of the big open spaces, the disconnection from the pressures of life, putting one foot in front of another are some of the reasons that we go trekking.  It is an amazing way to stay fit, get back to nature and more importantly slow down and put life into perspective.

It is also way to meet with people that you wouldn’t normally have contact with.  Trekking crosses cultural boundaries, age barriers and helps to form friendships that can be ongoing.

Meet two such people  who both share a passion for trekking – Ray from Australia and Vikas from India.  They are now trekking in India.  Ray is a veteran of trekking – has clocked up around 35 years taking people around the world on trekking holidays.  Vikas was born and bred in the Himalayas and has taken people from the UK, USA and Australia trekking into the Indian Himalayas as trekking porter and guide.

Together they make a formidable team but more importantly they share a friendship which has been ongoing over these past years and will continue through their passion for trekking.

They will be teaming up next year for a trip to Ladakh.  Will keep you posted.

 

About Author

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Sharon Thrupp
Sharon is passionate about India and the Himalayan region. She believes that while her Australia is her country by birth, India is the country of her heart. She first went to India in 1996 and later returned to volunteer helping Tibetans in Dharamsala in 2001, fell in love with the Himalayas and stayed. She is currently involved in a NGO in India helping underprivileged girls continue their education and spends her spare time walking in the foothills of the Himalayas and doing yoga.