The ‘Walks in India’ series, which was running through the month of June is now complete. The series has featured fifteen walking tours from all corners of the country, and has covered a great variety, such as walking among ancient ruins, tropical forest, sand dunes, snow, beach, plains and cities. Here is the complete list.
* Old Delhi
* Auli, Uttarakhand
* Khuri Village, Rajasthan
* Gokarna, Karnataka
A lot of work has gone into compiling these walks, and it was all possible, thanks to help from many friends and fellow bloggers who contributed in many ways to complete it. I received considerable help to promote the walks and spread the word and also to select, design and fine tune a few walks.
It was tempting to go on and add more – there are many more places that are great for walking and it did not feel too good not to have them in the series. Shekhawati, Melukote, Kolkata, Wayanad, just to name a few. But then, I had to stop somewhere.
At the end of it, I do hope that it has been a useful exercise, and people heading to any of the destinations covered would find the information here useful, and perform these walks. Do leave a comment if you happen to take any of the featured walks, and if you found the maps and description useful, and also if you happen to find missing or incorrect information here.