In my case, reminiscing about standing thousands of feet above and breathing the freshest air this planet has to offer, while the thick exhaust of the 27-number bus blows on my face, does it for me. This is where I can’t help but draw parallels between navigating through Dhaka's unending traffic jams and a Himalayan trek in itself.
Ikramul Hasan Shakil, a trekker whose love of the outdoors and sense of adventure is only matched by his tenacity. He is the first mountaineer from Bangladesh to leave his mark on the "Great Himalayan Trail," beginning his arduous trek on 1 August, 2022, from Hilsa town, which is located at the northwest border of Nepal and Tibet.
As a passionate traveller and fervent lover of trekking, the Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal was an adventure that forever altered the perception I acquired throughout the course of my life. Little did I know that amidst the breath-taking landscapes and rugged trails, I would undergo a profound transformation, both internally and externally.
Trekking in Nepal can be a truly unforgettable experience, offering breathtaking mountain vistas, diverse cultures, and challenging hikes through some of the world's most beautiful landscapes. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you plan and prepare for your trek in Nepal.
Rope4 is a platform which aims to share knowledge and educate youths and adults alike on Outdoor Activities. Rope4 was founded in 2017 by Mohiuddin Mahi a Certified Mountaineering Trainer and Instructor who graduated from the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering. It works to help young individuals to nurture latent physical and mental strength to unearth their potential abilities.
The nature trails of Bangladesh have a lot to offer, be it to flora and fauna enthusiasts or those looking for a spiritual experience. The roar of cascading waterfalls after monsoons, and the chirping of rare and exotic birds in unadulterated terrain, have a way of calling back those who have had a taste of trekking.