The Climb the Himalayas office is located near the Manali mall centre area, close to the tourism office.
Tune in to your adventurous side with this 5-day rock climbing course. This course provides participants with an introduction to rock climbing, rappelling, learning about the gear, knots, technique and balance.
Located just 20 minutes from Manali, the natural environment in which participants can practice, enhances the overall experience. Dedicated and experienced instructors will ensure that you learn and have fun at the same time.
IMPORTANT: This is not a fixed date course and requires a minimum group size of 10 participants for confirmation.
Nestled in the midst of high peaks, Manali is a nature and adventure lover's paradise. With amazing views of high snow-capped peaks and its proximity to the snowline, it's no wonder that Manali is a tourist hotspot and also serves as a stopover to Ladakh and Spiti. The surrounding areas of Aleo, Dungri and Solang nalah are perfect for rock climbing and rappelling with many gorgeous natural rock formations to choose from.
Learn the nuances of rock climbing and rappelling on natural rock formations | Challenge yourself and perfect your skills during the course | Sleep in tents in the lap of nature
Hindi and English
1 every 5
Personal insurance is recommended.
Participants meet at the pickup point at 8.30 a.m. After some quick introductions, they depart for the start point which is a 20 minute drive from Manali.
After an introduction to climbing gear, lecture, and demonstration on knots and climbing, participants rest in the evening.
Ovenight in tents.
Stay in comfortable tents in the lap of nature.
Rock climbing point
Breakfast | Lunch | Snacks | Dinner
If cancellation is done 3 days prior to the starting date: 75% refund
If cancellation is done 2 days prior to the starting date: 50% refund
No show: No refund
Consuming alcohol before or during the activity is not permitted.
Participants must adhere to the instructions of the trip leader/guide at all times.
Participants have to respect the local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.
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