Trekking

Walking is fun as well as good for health too.

We the people in software spend most of our time warming the seats of our chairs and all we use during our work is Brain (?) and fingers, leaving aside rest of the body to welcome ergonomic disorders. Walking is one of the ways to get out of this trap.

Climbing stairs is one of the exercises many of us force upon ourselves, which is seldom and not well-kept over a period of time. If the office is at a higher floor, it becomes all the more difficult to keep on to the chore of climbing stairs every time.

Climbing hills is something which gives a kick, exercise and an audience with the beauty of nature. So we took upon to flex our legs and lungs to see 'what's the temperature up there'.

Sanjeevi had been a regular at trekking and it was during a casual discussion that the matter came up and I showed inclination towards scaling some heights. Slowly the group was formed and we started.

During the process of going form one trek to another, many people joined the group and many expressed inability to cope up with the pressure of walking on the rough terrain after a long hard-working week.

Here, I shall scribe some of my experiences while being on these treks and the lessons learnt while on the trek.

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Trekking | Prashant

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