Traveling is not all about packing your bags, taking a flight or train, and arriving at a destination to spend a few days. It is more of finding your inner self amidst nature that remains dormant in the middle of the city life’s hustle-bustle.

When it comes to adventure travel, trekking is one of the options that hold the potential to unveil the best of nature and you. Being a Travel Blogger with trekking as one of my favorite activities, I have personally experienced how even a short trek into the woods can help emancipate your mind into the light of eternal peace and liberate your body of its city-dwelling inflexibility.

So here I am with a list of major benefits that trekking can offer you besides revealing the marvels of nature.

Overall Fitness Boost

From enhancing strength, stamina, muscular agility, to mental rejuvenation, trekking holds the key to renewing your overall fitness. Stepping over the boulders, climbing the difficult ascends, walking through the trails full of wilderness and hurdles, and crossing the wriggling mountain streams is what trekking trails challenge you with. As a consequence, trekking often improves cardiovascular functionalities and the metabolism rate. Hence, the body becomes agiler, fitter, and adaptable to the varying climatic conditions, thereby surging the immunity system’s strength.

Reduces Stress and Improves Breathing

Air is integral for breathing and what could be a better alternative to oxygen-rich fresh air for breathing. The high-altitude mountains and the surrounding wilderness offer the trekkers with fresh oxygen-rich air void of excess carbon elements and greenhouse gases. This,in turn, makes the trekkers feel fresh and breathe healthily. The majestic nature-frames composed of the snow-clad peaks, occasional green meadows, the hill blossoms, and the clear blue sky decked with pristine white floating clouds help reduce the stress level and aids in the process of mental rejuvenation. The pollution-free, high-quality air helps the body to act optimally and stay fit.

Social and Cultural Enrichment

When you go out for trekking, it is not only nature that you get close to. Besides the beautiful environs, the people endemic to the region also fill the trekkers’ bag of experience with variety and value. Every hill region has its unique culture, history, legends, and traditions. Talking to the regional people and exchanging words with the porters and the guides, who often lead the trekkers, can widen your knowledge multifold. Also, you get to know about several languages and traditions that enrich you as a global citizen.

Be it the mountains of Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, or the untamed woods, the best way to reveal the bounty of nature anywhere remains to go on foot. Though I am a Travel Blogger who is always up to explore the new locations, trekking is something I can never say no to. And that’s because I truly believe that nothing can bring you closer to the mysteries and wonders of nature than trekking. The beauty of nature is exceptional and endless. And to explore it at its best, all you got to do is to pull up your socks, get your trekking shoes on, and head for a journey to unravel the mystic beauty of the mountains along your trail.

About the author

I was imaginary and a dreamer. Being a full time working professional, my creativity didn’t get a chance to shine that way. After sometime, I went to visit Darjeeling, a place with the reflection of nature’s beauty. There, I felt I was leaving imaginary me somewhere behind and decided to visit those far-off places I’d dreamt of as a kid that’s why I started this blog.
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