Environment Policy

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Environment Policy

Trekking is done to take in nature’s pristine purity.So that we can experience nature in its purest form, it is our top priority to preserve its bliss. When we go on treks, forest walks, mountain tours, or other such excursions, we pay close attention to not disrupting the natural environment in any manner since we cannot afford to have anyone at any cost harm it. This is carried out because we constantly bear in mind that things should remain the same for future generations so that they can have the same adventures that we do.

Trekking typically puts a lot of stress on the land's natural resources when we engage in enjoyable activities like campfires or pick flowers or plants that catch our attention along the way. Dispersing non-biodegradable rubbish along our way also causes harm because there is no authority to handle the waste on mountains, thus the waste typically keeps accumulating there, harming the ecology and robbing the area of its picturesque attractiveness.

This is why it is completely forbidden to engage in any activity that can harm the environment. We must trek responsibly and guard from harming the environment. Because we are the only ones who can save ourselves from this, When you’re in the mountains, you should heed the following advice or suggestions:

  • Never leave your trash for rot in any unplanned location; instead, always take it with you when you move on to other camps.
  • To store your trash, which you can later dispose of, you can use any paper bag or other container.
  • You have to use the restroom. In order to preserve the campsites, please make sure to use the restroom whenever possible.
  • It is best to hide behind a bush where you can make a hole and then bury or burn the paper using matchsticks if you can't find a restroom along the road while walking.
  • Even if you are too exhausted to put your trash in a bag, it is strongly advised not to dispose of any rubbish at the Summits or anywhere else on the trail.
  • Avoid picking flowers and medicinal plants while on your walk through the forest.It is crucial to cherish, revere, and safeguard nature. Be considerate of your surroundings and preserve their cultural and natural heritage.
  • Keep up the good deed of protecting nature to influence others and set an example.
  • Because ignorance might result in significant future harm, it is crucial.
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