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About Rock Climbing
Rock climbing is not very different from mountaineering except that instead of snow there are rocks involved in this adventure sport. Rock climbing's most basic features include climbing a rock face, using only hands, feet and a safety rope.

Rock Climbing in IndiaIf you are good at climbing, then you can definitely try out this sport. But, some rock traverses in certain areas extend over great lengths and merit championship status. Certain climbs can often prove gruelling and tough, but the magic of the surrounding mountains landscapes always keep the spirits high of a climber.

Facts About Rock Climbing
Take along this rock climbing gear, before you nest climbing trip: shoes, chalkbag, harness, rpes, ropecare, belay devices, cordlette, webbing and carbiners. Try out a lot of shoes before buying the one that exactly fits your climbing requirement. If you are beginner in climbing, go for high top shoes with midsole. Even if used rock climbing gear can save money, better not take used ropes, harness or slings. Cams, stoppers and biners can last a lifetime. The bottomline here is that if you haven't bought any new climbing gear yourself and then better not take up a used one.

Another thing that a climber has to keep in mind is the climbing route. Carry a map that guide you about the routes you are planning to take. Remember, any rope can break when loaded over a sharp edge. It is not possible to produce a rope that is strong enough not to break when loaded over a sharp edge, however, the maximum chance for survival is with a new rope.

Rock Climbing Regions In India
Rock climbing is an almost year round sport in India, except during the Monsoon season. The fun on the rocks is mainly concentrated in and around Delhi; near Pune on the Western Ghats; along the Bombay-Nashik at centers like Mumbra and Dulha; in Manali in Himachal Pradesh; the Chamundi Hills in Karnataka, and in Sonamarg, a popular base in Kashmir.

Rock Climbing In Himachal Pradesh:
Excellent terrain for rock climbing is found in Himachal Pradesh at Patalsu, Bharmour and Manali, making them popular with rock-climbing enthusiasts. The best thing about rock climbing in Himachal is the availability of all rock features like - slabs, chimneys, walls and overhangs at almost all the places. Among some major mountain climbing institutes that also offer courses in rock climbing in the state include the Mountaineering Institute at Dharashala, Bharmour, Narkanda and Jispa.

Rock Climbing In Uttaranchal:
Gangotri in the Garhwal Himalayas too sees excellent high altitude rock climbing but one should always try out the rocking expedition in the summer and autumn months.

Rock Climbing In Rajasthan:
Gentler rocks are found at Mount Abu and Sariska in Rajasthan, which are a part of Aravalli range. Equpment and professional help are available for mateur rock climbers.

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