The Mountain Walker interview with Chef Jeewan Singh. An alumni of IHM Pusa (Delhi) and the Oberoi Centre for Learning and Development, Chef Jeewan is one of the young and upcoming chefs from the rapidly increasing tribe of Hospitality professionals pouring out of Uttarakhand.
The Mountain Walker Founder stops to watch a local women’s football match in Damthang village in South Sikkim and realises that football is deeply embedded in Sikkimese society.
Reader and well-wisher, Subhashish ‘Parag’ Mukherjee has sent in a beautiful Hindi poem on the Himachal Himalayas.
The Mountain Walker COO and co-Founder, Ameen Shaikh, shares a gallery of stunning photos that capture the ice and snow art created by nature across the Spiti winter-scape.
Pelling is a little town in Sikkim, the remote Himalayan state in the Northeast region of India. Located at an altitude of 6,250 feet above sea-level, Pelling is emerging as an important centre for tourism, mainly because it is a convenient hub for accessing historical places in West Sikkim. In addition, it also serves as a convenient stop or base for hiking and eco-tourism in West Sikkim. Finally, it is an access point to the Kanchenjunga National Park and related trekking routes.