Climbing in India
Climbing in India can be one of the most exhilarating
experiences of conquering those virgin mountains of sub-continent. In recent
years it has also become the fastest-growing sports of India. Explore the
paths and acquire the wide-open spaces of the Himalayan peaks. Sojourn to
the splendid flora and fauna in its natural environment. The trained guides
organize trips to the mountain peaks, as high as 3000 m to have a vision of
mountain wildlife or to luxuriate in the lush green mountain valleys.
If you are taking up climbing adventure for the first time, it might sound
like a hazardous and rash activity. The sport has undergone some progression
in recent times, however, making it safer and easier to learn than ever
before. Climbing is a sport of self-discipline, vigor, stamina and finesse
that can provide a great deal of personal gratification and, at times,
There are several distinct types of climbing- including ice climbing, rock
climbing, mountaineering and mountain climbing. Over the period of time the
climbing has become fairly an advanced sport that has reached its height
through its different level courses with a qualified instructors.
Climbing adventure in India, as in the other parts the world initiated as
training for mountaineering. As a sport it took off only about 15 years ago
and the climbing standards have reached to its greater heights in India.
Some of the most breathtaking regions with great climbs besides Himalayan
mountains are at Mt. Abu (Rajasthan), Pachmarhi in Central India. The
Gangotri Gorge 400 km. north of Delhi has ample opportunities of big wall
climbings, ranging from 200m to 1,000m in alpine region. The town of Badami
and its environs north of Hampi is another beautiful area with potential for
new routing on the overhanging sandstone.
Climbing in India
Climbing in India in Different Languages
Escalar em India (Portugusee)
Klettern in Indien (German)
S'élever en Inde (French)
El subir en la India (Spanish)
Arrampicandosi in India (Italian)