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Mountain Cycling in Himachal
Mountain Cycling in Himachal The High adventure with an expedition on cycles. One of the most popular adventurous activities in Himachal Pradesh and often considered to be the best way of discovering the natural beauty of Himachal Pradesh. You can pedal your way past high passes or simply make a day-adventure. The whole of Himachal is your playground literally. The tour can be coupled with camping and can be carried on for several weeks over diverse terrain. The lower regions of the Himachal State - Kangra, Una, Hamirpur and Bilaspur offer gentle routes or you can also stretch your mind, muscle and stamina to reach out to the Trans Himalyan tract of Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur. Milder but no less interesting excursions can be done out at any holiday...
Ice Skating in Shimla
Ice Skating in Shimla The Shimla ice-skating rink has the largest open-air area with naturally frozen ice in this part of the world. A popular winter sport, Ice Skating in Shimla usually starts in early December and continues till late February. During these months two skating sessions are organized per day, in the morning hours and in the evening. But, if the skies are clear and temperatures are low, several uninterrupted sessions can be organized here. Every year large number of adventure enthusiasts visit the town of Shimla to undertake the sport. Clear skies and low Ice Skating, Shimla temperatures provide series of uninterrupted sessions. There are two sessions every day, in the morning and in the evening. Membership is available f...
Skiing in Himachal
Skiing in Himachal Kufri, near Shimla is one of the oldest places in India to be associated with skiing and the slopes are still in use during winter. Above Kufri, the Mahasu ridge also has good slopes. Comprehensive facilities exist at Narkanda, 64 km from Shimla. There is a range of slopes, including a beginer's run, an advanced slope and a slalom run. The region around Shimla including Kufri was once a part of the Kingdom of Nepal. This region remained obscure from the rest of the world until the British 'discovered' it in 1819. The British made Shimla their summer capital in 1864 and it remained so until 1939. As Shimla gained importance, Kufri also began to be recognized as an important place to visit near Shimla. Kufri d...
Para Gliding in Himachal
Para Gliding in Himachal Riding the warm thermal currents of the air is perhaps the closest man has ever come to sailing Para-Gliding the skies as free as a bird. Almost at will, you dip and wheel high over the hills and Valleys. Paragliding is one of the most adventurous sports in Himachal Pradesh.By this tourist can enjoy the panoramic view of natural surroundings. The bald peak of Billing, above the Buddhist monastery of Bir in Kangra, has been the venue for five national and three international hang-gliding rallies since 1984. The site is perfect for para-gliding too. And this sport is a mix of sky-diving and hang-gliding. A fairly recent sport that is steadily gaining popularity, para-gliding is possible at various places in the state...
Heli-Skiing in Himachal
Heli-Skiing in Himachal For high mountain thrills perhaps nothing can surpass the magic of heli-skiing. Under a deep blue sky, you are carried by a helicopter to a snow-draped peak. And after that there is nothing except steadily distancing whirr of rotor blades, the sky and the snow. It is a thrilling experience as you rapidly zoom down the slopes. The icy winds slaps your face and the swiftly slithering hiss of skies remindes you that you are racing away on your own steam. The sport is available in the area bound by Hanuman Tibba, Rohtang Pass, Deo Tibba and Chandrakhani Pass near the resort town of Manali (Kullu). A major feature is the compactness of heli skiing area. For the first timer heli skiing at the remote locations is always a...
Rock Climbing in Himachal
Rock Climbing in Himachal Rock climbing is often seen as the basic stage for mountain climbing. It can also be treated as an independent sport, since it is basically climbing a rock face, using only hands and feet with a safety rope. 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. If 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 landsc...
The Great Himalayan National Park
The Great Himalayan National Park The National Park with an area of 754 sq. km. is located in Kullu District and has the representative area of temperate and alpine forests of Himachal. It has some the virgin coniferous forests of the State. Vast areas of alpine pastures and glaciers cap this park. This area has many important wildlife species of Western Himalayas, like Musk deer, Brown bear, Goral, Thar, Leopard, Snow leopard, Bharal, Serow, Monal, Kalij, Koklas, Cheer, Tragopan, Snow cock etc. Trekking of Rakti-Sar, origin of Sainj river and camping in alpine pastures is unforgettable. Similar is the trekking route to Tirath the origin of Tirthan river. Lush coniferous forests, emerald meadows strewn with exotic flora, soaring snowy peaks and pristi...
Kangra Fort in Himachal
Kangra Fort in Himachal The Kangra Fort is located 20 kilometers from the town of Dharamsala on the outskirts of the town of Kangra, India. The fort was first mentioned in Alexander the Great's war records, referring to the 4th century BC. The torrential Banganga river deep in the valley forming a formidable sheer and the Kangra Fort lurking atop the flat mountain range is a scene that one encounters on nearing Kangra town when you drive from Shimla-Mataur national highway. A feeling of awe mixed with joy pervades you as you look back in time. The Kangra Fort is approximately 3 kilometer from the town and is also known as Nagarkot. The fort is historically significant; its massive size, and the beauty of its structure lend it an added charm....
Maharana Pratap Sagar in Himachal
Maharana Pratap Sagar in Himachal Maharana Pratap Sagar also known as Pong Dam Reservoir or Pong Dam Lake was created in 1975 building the highest earthfill dam in India on the Beas River in the wetland zone of the Siwalik Hills of the Kangra district of the state of Himachal Pradesh, in India.Named in the honour of the great patriot Maharana Pratap (1572-97 AD) the Maharana Pratap Sagar (Pong Lake) is situated at an altitude of 450 metres above sea level, 32 degree north and 76 degrees east, in district Kangra. It is 170 km from Chandigarh, 110 km from Amritsar and 55 km from Dharamshala. The closest railway stations are at Mukerian 30 km, and Pathankot at 32 km. The settlements of Nagrota Surian and Jawali-which are located on the sagar's periphery-...
Preparing Floral Carpet - Pookalam
Preparing Floral Carpet  - Pookalam The harvest festival of Kerala, Onam ushers in a season of festivities. Making colourful Pookalams (Athapoo) is a custom of old. Poo - means flower in Malayalam and Kalam means special shape so it literally translates to flowers arranged in shapes. These floral mats are present at the threshold of every Kerala home on Onam. It’s a time of families joining for holidays and children take great interest in picking and arranging flowers. Today, it has acquired new dimensions with competitions arranged at all levels. Big prizes are also offered in these contests as they have turned up to be extremely competitive events. The Pookalam competition is being organised at the Thrunakara Grounds in Kottayam. Making of a Pook...