Angling :

The Angling Experience is not about someone sitting by your shoulder telling you what to do. It is ALL to do with a very enjoyable weekend of fishing, shared with new and old friends on Ramganga River.


Back Packing :

The scale of the Himalayas makes them the ultimate backpacking destination in the world. Nowhere else is such exalted beauty matched with such overwhelming remoteness.

Mountain Biking :


Mountain Biking is not about being easy. The head is the strength of a biker. A biker with good head and weak legs has a better chance to win than the opposite. A good head is often question of concentration, and when you are concentrated you don't feel pain so much. Here bicycles are outsource ( subject to availability) and an accompanying guide takes you through the forest trail and the village trail in the Sitavani reserve forest area.

Rappeling:


This technique is used by climbers, mountaineers, cavers, canyoners, search and rescue and rope access technicians to descend cliffs or slopes when they are too steep and/or dangerous to descend without protection. Many climbers use this technique to protect established anchors from damage. Rope access technicians also use this as a method to access difficult-to-reach areas from above for various industrial applications like maintenance, construction, inspection and welding.

Zipling:


A zip line or foefie slide consists of a pulley suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. It is designed to enable cargo or a person propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding on to or being attached to the freely moving pulley. It has been described as essentially a Tyrolean traverse that engages gravity to assist its speed of movement.Its use is not confined to adventure sport, play or tourism, but current usage tends to favour these meanings.

Army Obstacle Course:


An obstacle course is a series of challenging physical obstacles an individual, team or animal must navigate, usually while being timed. Obstacle courses can include running, climbing, jumping, crawling, swimming, and balancing elements with the aim of testing speed, endurance and agility. Sometimes a course involves mental tests.

Burma Bridge:


Burma Bridge is a fun activity for those wanting to try something new. The Burma Bridge consists of a long rope bridge that has been suspended at a height. One can take the adventurous walk across the bridge once they are wearing the safety harness. You would really enjoy to cross the 60 feet suspended bridge.

Commando Net:


Climbing commando net is also quite adventurous. For decades, commando nets have been used for the purpose of training. It is a favorite outdoor activity for Team building and physical fitness and good reflexes. Revel in an adrenaline packed commando net adventure activity in our camp.

Tyre Wall:


Climbing commando net is also quite adventurous. For decades, commando nets have been used for the purpose of training. It is a favorite outdoor activity for Team building and physical fitness and good reflexes. Revel in an adrenaline packed commando net adventure activity in our camp.


Parasailing :


Parasailing is a popular sport in which the rider hitched to a parachute like canopy, known as a Parasail, is set aloft in the air. The Parasail is attached to a long towrope, which is pulled along, by a speeding form of transportation.


Rock Climbing :


Up is never easy. But you face the rock. You let every finger and all your toes help find the way. Feel every muscle quake and quiver in battle with gravity. Find faith in ropes, in teammates, in yourself. There's no time for distraction, no room for your mind to wander. It's you and a route. In rappelling one comes down the rocks, again with the help of ropes and karabiners. These are very good activities to help overcome height phobias. Come conquer the ROCK !


Abseiling/Slithering:


In this activity, one wears a harness and slides from a bridge with a help of a rope into the river. River Crossing & Traversing: Here, a rope is tied from one end of the river to the other and one crosses the river while hanging on to the rope. From the other set of parallel ropes, one comes back (traversing) standing on one rope and holding on to the other rope.