Shivallik Hills -An Adobe of Peace and Harmony

Shivallik hills are mountain Ranges of the majestic Himalayas in the northern Part of India and the borders of Nepal.  The area from Dehradun to Almora in Uttarakhand is one of the major areas of Shivalik hills. They have been prominent to influence to promote the tourism, adventure sports and pilgrimage in India. There are … Continue reading Shivallik Hills -An Adobe of Peace and Harmony

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Facts about the mountains in the Himalayas

global warming and its impacts are a grim reality. The mountains in the Himalayas are, unfortunately, a global climate change hot spot and the wildlife of the region, as well as the people who live there, are feeling the change. In fact, many people rely on these Himalayan glaciers for water, and millions of people … Continue reading Facts about the mountains in the Himalayas

Trekking in the blue mountains in Australia

Because of its position, less than 2 hours from Sydney, many Australian city dwellers head out to the Blue Mountains for a reprieve from stifling city life. It isn't surprising that the beauty and sites have meant many kinds of accommodation being established to cater for ardent nature lovers visiting the blue mountains national park. … Continue reading Trekking in the blue mountains in Australia

Mountains in Asia: The Western Ghats in India

Mountains in Asia are geologically very different from each other. Take, for example, the Himalayas, which I discussed in the last post, and the Western Ghats. Unlike the high Himalayas, the Western Ghats are lower mountains, but with more life and bio-diversity. They have been listed as one of the most important ranges among mountains … Continue reading Mountains in Asia: The Western Ghats in India