Trekking is usually climbing up the hill / fort by pathway normally with an intent to enjoy the beauty of it.
Hiking is walking on manmade roads and paths in terrain or mountains/hills. Trekking is walking on non designated paths in mountains or hills and there is a limit to the altitude for this activity covered.
Anyone who can take care of themselves physically as well as mentally.
No, there is no age limit. (For small children & beginners it’s always advisable do trek under some responsible person’s supervision.)
Outfits and footwear vary with season. Best suited and the safest option would be to wear full sleeves T-Shirt and full length track pants. It gives protection from mosquitoes, sunlight or any thing harmful from directly coming in contact with you.
One Day trek :-
1)Water upto 3 ltr
2)Snacks, raw material and ready to cook/eat food
5) Personal medical kit
6) Mosquito repellent cream or coil
8)Torch with extra batteries
9)Coal, Kerosene, Match Box.
10)Extra Carry Bag
Things necessary as per season:
Winter:- Monkey Cap, Sweater, Hand gloves
Two Day Trek:-
In two day apart from regular (one day trek) thing some extra essentials are required:
1)Bedding or Sleeping Bag
2)Spoon, Plate, Glass
2) Relispray or any pain relieving spray
3) Antiseptic Cream
4) Savlon/ Dettol
5) Bandages(net bandages,tape bandages,Crepe bandages,tingular bandages)
9) Pain killer tablets
10) Dysentery tablets
12) Tablets for headache, fever & flu
13) crap cap
14) Electrol (must)
15) Glucose supplements: Glucon D, Tang etc.
16)Personal medications if any
For More proper information please consult your Doctor...