19th Nov 2013 I walked out of my corporate life as Head of Products at Tata communications, with just a laundry list of things to do Settle personal finances Learn how to repair a bike Learn to perform first Aid Travel solo While this seemed such a short list, it became a big exercise, and it has taken me 2 years to come close to it My Garage Experience My learnings started with good friend Kittyâ€™s garage, I expected 1 week will be enough to learn repairing & then I can start with the next learning, After 4 days of.
High Altitude Trek What is Altitude – It is the measurement of height gained vertically from the MSL (Mean Sea Level). MSL Â is a marker situated in israel used to mark the level of sea. While your height gain from your current levels the Altitude gain is calculcated based on the MSL. Why is AltitudeÂ important With the rise in Altitude following are the changes to the climate (For a common man) Reduction in vegetation Colder temperature Thinner Air – This is the biggest cause. With thinner air thinner are your chances of availability High exposure to atmosphere daily.
Chadar Trek “Chadar is a hindi word with the meaning Blanket. As the river Zanskar freezes it forms a sheet of ice which became know as Chadar by the locals. as it is a flat sheet of ice on which they could walk” For more details about how Â chadar came to existence click here What should you know about Chadar Trek Route Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Temperatures Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Fitness Â Â Â Â Â Â Â What to Wear Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â What to expect Chadar Trek.
About Chadar Trek “Chadar is a hindi word with the meaning Blanket. As the river Zanskar freezes it forms a sheet of ice which became know as Chadar by the locals. as it is a flat sheet of ice on which they could walk” Why the Chadar Trek For the people staying in the Zanskar valley the connecting roads to the main market of Leh gets closed with the start of Winter snowfall. Their entire produce of cheese, milk based products can be sold only in Leh.Â Their only 2 options will be to either trek through the snow clad mountain.