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If you've ever wanted to break out of the ordinary routine and taste adventure, trekking might be just the thing to try. Trekking regions of the Himalayas used to be only for adventurers, mountain climbers, and tourists with a liking for remote and exotic destinations.
Today, trekking has become a popular pastime for ordinary people with a chunk of time and enough money to get to Nepal or India. It's a good idea for you to join a trekking group if you are a first-time trekker if you are first-time trekker.
Trekking, defined generally as walking while carrying a backpack. will take you through lots of different types of terrain if you are walking in regions of the Himalayas. As you hike, you'll burn lots of calories. Your muscles will become firmer and stronger and you'll begin to feel mental, spiritual, and physical renewal. Read up on trekking; give it a try.
I doubt I ever get the opportunity to trek the Himalayas, but I have had the opportunity to trek quite a few miles of the Appalachian Trail in the George Washington National Forest.
Just For Today: Just added this one to my 2017 bucket list of things to do this summer. I will spend more time out hiking this summer for the benefits of the mental, spiritual, and physical renewing.
From the book: Live Happy