On 24th of April DWIT hiking club organized the first ever adventure sport of DWIT, Wall climbing. The venue for the wall climbing was Asterisk Wall Climbing; Thamel. The wall climbing was to be started at 10:00 am, however, due to traffic in the venue it started 40 minutes late. There were 12 participants to climb the wall that was at least 5 storey’s tall.
The Sundarijal dam was initially constructed in 1895 and is a British design which supplied water from Shivapuri to Kathmandu valley. The first full commercial operation of water supply system in Kathmandu commenced with the completion of the Sundarijal water supply system.
Never start packing your bag without having deep information about the destination you are going to hike. The place might be glorious, but your hike will be unpleasing, what would be more distressing than this. Here are some bag packing tips for hikers which would help you a lot.
The Pharping Hydro Power Project is the first hydro-power project of Nepal and second in Asia situated in the outskirts of Kathmandu. In 2010 it was declared a Living Museum by government of Nepal and was open for public.
We were scared, but didn’t lose hope, called some friends to know the way and kept on following the trail until we finally met some other friends. We asked some locals for the shortest way to Palanchowk Bhagawati and reached the temple, quite on time.
The bus was there to pick us up. Thank God, we did not have to hike downhill. I was already out of energy!
Deerfest 2016 was based on an intact concept to bring together musicians/dancers/actors to represent their Squad and moreover to see how well we connect to each other. We did, all of us connected really well and we grew organically from within. This is what we practice at Deerwalk Inc, we practice the art of human connection.
Six trekkers [Pandey family, Bhuwan and Pramod] spend 10 days trekking to Everest Base Camp (5360m)and back. Check out their itinerary, pictures and video.
Towards the starting, we all had some difficulties in walking. The swinging breath of the majority of us could be effortlessly noticed. We came to one of the villages where we strolled through the fields. Likewise, the contant counseling with the villagers was not ceased because missing the trail may have led to some different destinations instead of our own. On the mid of the woodland, the breeze, that touched our drained body, made us all much more revived.
Everyone one was good at cycling and had a good handle to it, that’s why the cycling became more thrilling. On our way, we snapped many photos and enjoyed the view alongside. At some point, we had to cycle very carefully as the way was sharply inclined where applying the brakes harshly was dangerous and we could have fallen down and could have got some serious injury.
we reached Naagi Gumba (Ani Gumba). It was beautifully situated and built artistically. People from foreign country also come there to practice Buddhism. I met two people one from Denmark and next from Austria, and came to know that they practiced Buddhism for compassion. Philips, guy from Austria, also mentioned that National park is charging high fee to stay. Thenafter, we sat together making a circle and ate energetic foods.