Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019

 
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
HAT-2019
          Himalayan Adventure Trek

         Mountains
 are the beginning
    and the end of
all natural scenery
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Mali Pass Trek (12,500 feet)
                                                                                                "Strength does not come from wining.
One of the most off the beaten trekking excursions, the Mali Pass trek leaves you thrilled
and excited as you pass by gushing streams, Grass slopes and snow. Winding your ways            Your struggles develop your strength,
through a series of gradual ascents and descents, when you reach the Mali Pass,
magnificent vistas of Pir-Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges and hanging glaciers greet you
                                                                                                    When you go through hardship
with smile; spend some time here basking in the beauty of nature and its work of art.                   and decide not to quit,
Conventionally, the Mali Pass trek commences from the quaint town of Manali and                           that is strength"
traverses you through flower-studded meadows of Rihyush Thach, Dudu Patthar finally
leading to Mali Pass from where the descent starts and back to Base camp (15 Mile) near      — Arnold Schwarzeneggar
Manali. Awesome beauty of the Himalayas and enchanting trekking trails, will definitely
make you attempt this trek once more in your life. Offering breath-taking views of
'Hanuman Tibba', 'Deo Tibba' and 'Indrasan' peaks of the Pir-Panjal Himalayan range.
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Mali Pass Trek (12,500 feet)
                                                                                                "Strength does not come from wining.
One of the most off the beaten trekking excursions, the Mali Pass trek leaves you thrilled
and excited as you pass by gushing streams, Grass slopes and snow. Winding your ways            Your struggles develop your strength,
through a series of gradual ascents and descents, when you reach the Mali Pass,
magnificent vistas of Pir-Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges and hanging glaciers greet you
                                                                                                    When you go through hardship
with smile; spend some time here basking in the beauty of nature and its work of art.                   and decide not to quit,
Conventionally, the Mali Pass trek commences from the quaint town of Manali and                           that is strength"
traverses you through flower-studded meadows of Rihyush Thach, Dudu Patthar finally
leading to Mali Pass from where the descent starts and back to Base camp (15 Mile) near      — Arnold Schwarzeneggar
Manali. Awesome beauty of the Himalayas and enchanting trekking trails, will definitely
make you attempt this trek once more in your life. Offering breath-taking views of
'Hanuman Tibba', 'Deo Tibba' and 'Indrasan' peaks of the Pir-Panjal Himalayan range.
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Mt. Indrasan
           Mt. Deo Tibba                                                       Mt. White Sail
                                     MALI PASS
                                     (12,500 Ft)                                                                         Trek to Mali Pass (12,500 ft)

                                         1.5 km
                                                           Camp-2                                         Day 1    Departure from Delhi at 4:00 pm. Dinner on the way.
                                                  Mali Thach/Dudu Patthar                                 Day 2    Reach base camp near 15 mile, Bataher Bihal Somvan in the morning. It is
                                                         (10,800 ft)                                               nestled in the Himalayas at a height of 5500Ft with the backdrop of a
                                                                                                                   beautiful valley. Participants will engage in thrilling adventure activities
                        m                                                                                          like COMMANDO NET, ARTIFICIAL CLIMBING WALL, LADDER CLIMING,
      Camp-3          6k                                                                                           BURMA ROPE BRIGDE Etc. Acclamatization walk.
    Jalsa Sordh

                                                                 7
     (7,900 ft)                                                                                           Day 3    Trek to camp 1- Rihyush Thach (height 8,800 ft, 5km). From base camp

                                                                     km
                                                                                                                   participant board in jeep (10km) to the last village and start the trek. The
                                                                                                                   campsite is located near the forests which will definitely cheer up the
                                                                                                                   spirits.
                                                                                       Camp-I             Day 4    Trek to camp 2- Dudu Patthar/Mali Thach (10,800 ft, 7km). The campsite is
                                                                                   Rihyush Thach                   located in the lush green Meadows. One can view of various peaks like,

                                                                          km
                                                                                      (8800 ft)                    Mt. Deo Tibba, Mt. White Sail, Mt. Indhrasan and many other unknown

                                                                          5
                             8k

                                                                                                                   peaks. Get the feeling of being on top of the world when you trek to Mali
                               m

                                                                                                                   Pass (12,500ft, 1km) & return to camp-2 Mali Thach for night stay.
                                                                ep
                                                            Je

                                                                                                          Day 5    Down hill trek Camp 3- Jalsa Sordh (height 7,900ft, 6km) in the denest
                                                            n
                                                          .i

                                                                                                                   Forest of Devdar trees, on the way get mesmerized with the scenic beauty
                                                       km

                                                                                                                   of the Kullu Valley.
                                                     10

  Manali
                                                                                                          Day 6    A down hill trek to Base Camp 15 mile, Bataher Bihal Somvan (8 km) will
        13 k        15 M                                                                                           surely be a nobel experience for the students. Sharing of views,
            m              ile                                                                                     knowledge, discoveries, experience of the trek. Followed by certificate
                           500 mit                     Base Camp                                                   distribution ceremony.
                                   ers
                                                  Bataher Bihal, Somvan                                   Day 7    After the Breakfast at base camp one can visit to manali at his own.
                                 Kullu                  (5500 ft)                                                  Boarding in the bus for Delhi at 5.00pm. Dinner on the way.
                                                                                                          Day 8    Reach Delhi early morning.
                                                                                                Delhi

Things to Carry...                                                                                            Camp Facilities, Boarding & Lodging
2 Cotton shirts, 2 Trousers, 3 Full-sleeve sweaters, Wind cheater. Woolen/Cotton socks,
                                                                                                        At AAP, we spare no effort to ensure that all campers are comfortable and well taken
Woolen scarf/ muffler, Gloves, Sports shoes, Slippers, Hand towel, Water bottle,
                                                                                                        care of. All aspects of boarding and lodging have been planned to perfection. In order
Unbreakable, plate, Spoon & Glass, Light/dark sunglasses (non-blue), Torch with extra
                                                                                                        to cater to all tastes, we serve a variety of vegetarian dishes which are hygienically
batteries, safety pins, Polythene bags (large and small), Monkey cap/Woolen cap, Lunch box
                                                                                                        prepared in well-maintained kitchens. The menu is also selected on the basis of its
(compulsory), Nylon cord (for packing), Single bed sheet, Poncho (Rain Coat), First-aid kit
                                                                                                        nutritional value and suitability to the climate.
(cotton, gauze, Band-aid, Headache pills, Avomine, Boroline, Diamox 250 mg, Olesan etc.)
                                                                                                        As far as lodging is concerned, each one of our tents is made from imported materials
                                                                                                        which are tested to withstand weather extremities. Participants can expect to share a
                                                                                                        tent with a maximum of 14 others. Most importantly, AAP provide SLEEPING BAGS and
                                                                                                        RUCKSACK for all campers at BASE CAMP. Adequate arrangements have also been
                                                                                                        made to provide lavatories and bathing areas.
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Mt. Indrasan
           Mt. Deo Tibba                                                       Mt. White Sail
                                     MALI PASS
                                     (12,500 Ft)                                                                         Trek to Mali Pass (12,500 ft)

                                         1.5 km
                                                           Camp-2                                         Day 1    Departure from Delhi at 4:00 pm. Dinner on the way.
                                                  Mali Thach/Dudu Patthar                                 Day 2    Reach base camp near 15 mile, Bataher Bihal Somvan in the morning. It is
                                                         (10,800 ft)                                               nestled in the Himalayas at a height of 5500Ft with the backdrop of a
                                                                                                                   beautiful valley. Participants will engage in thrilling adventure activities
                        m                                                                                          like COMMANDO NET, ARTIFICIAL CLIMBING WALL, LADDER CLIMING,
      Camp-3          6k                                                                                           BURMA ROPE BRIGDE Etc. Acclamatization walk.
    Jalsa Sordh

                                                                 7
     (7,900 ft)                                                                                           Day 3    Trek to camp 1- Rihyush Thach (height 8,800 ft, 5km). From base camp

                                                                     km
                                                                                                                   participant board in jeep (10km) to the last village and start the trek. The
                                                                                                                   campsite is located near the forests which will definitely cheer up the
                                                                                                                   spirits.
                                                                                       Camp-I             Day 4    Trek to camp 2- Dudu Patthar/Mali Thach (10,800 ft, 7km). The campsite is
                                                                                   Rihyush Thach                   located in the lush green Meadows. One can view of various peaks like,

                                                                          km
                                                                                      (8800 ft)                    Mt. Deo Tibba, Mt. White Sail, Mt. Indhrasan and many other unknown

                                                                          5
                             8k

                                                                                                                   peaks. Get the feeling of being on top of the world when you trek to Mali
                               m

                                                                                                                   Pass (12,500ft, 1km) & return to camp-2 Mali Thach for night stay.
                                                                ep
                                                            Je

                                                                                                          Day 5    Down hill trek Camp 3- Jalsa Sordh (height 7,900ft, 6km) in the denest
                                                            n
                                                          .i

                                                                                                                   Forest of Devdar trees, on the way get mesmerized with the scenic beauty
                                                       km

                                                                                                                   of the Kullu Valley.
                                                     10

  Manali
                                                                                                          Day 6    A down hill trek to Base Camp 15 mile, Bataher Bihal Somvan (8 km) will
        13 k        15 M                                                                                           surely be a nobel experience for the students. Sharing of views,
            m              ile                                                                                     knowledge, discoveries, experience of the trek. Followed by certificate
                           500 mit                     Base Camp                                                   distribution ceremony.
                                   ers
                                                  Bataher Bihal, Somvan                                   Day 7    After the Breakfast at base camp one can visit to manali at his own.
                                 Kullu                  (5500 ft)                                                  Boarding in the bus for Delhi at 5.00pm. Dinner on the way.
                                                                                                          Day 8    Reach Delhi early morning.
                                                                                                Delhi

Things to Carry...                                                                                            Camp Facilities, Boarding & Lodging
2 Cotton shirts, 2 Trousers, 3 Full-sleeve sweaters, Wind cheater. Woolen/Cotton socks,
                                                                                                        At AAP, we spare no effort to ensure that all campers are comfortable and well taken
Woolen scarf/ muffler, Gloves, Sports shoes, Slippers, Hand towel, Water bottle,
                                                                                                        care of. All aspects of boarding and lodging have been planned to perfection. In order
Unbreakable, plate, Spoon & Glass, Light/dark sunglasses (non-blue), Torch with extra
                                                                                                        to cater to all tastes, we serve a variety of vegetarian dishes which are hygienically
batteries, safety pins, Polythene bags (large and small), Monkey cap/Woolen cap, Lunch box
                                                                                                        prepared in well-maintained kitchens. The menu is also selected on the basis of its
(compulsory), Nylon cord (for packing), Single bed sheet, Poncho (Rain Coat), First-aid kit
                                                                                                        nutritional value and suitability to the climate.
(cotton, gauze, Band-aid, Headache pills, Avomine, Boroline, Diamox 250 mg, Olesan etc.)
                                                                                                        As far as lodging is concerned, each one of our tents is made from imported materials
                                                                                                        which are tested to withstand weather extremities. Participants can expect to share a
                                                                                                        tent with a maximum of 14 others. Most importantly, AAP provide SLEEPING BAGS and
                                                                                                        RUCKSACK for all campers at BASE CAMP. Adequate arrangements have also been
                                                                                                        made to provide lavatories and bathing areas.
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Safety & Medical Facilities
AAP goes to great extents to ensure that each trekker is well taken care of and
that safety is never compromised. Each one of our Camp Leaders are highly
trained and experienced in this field and stick only to routes that are safe and
well-explored. While every effort has been taken to keep participants safe, AAP
cannot be held responsible for any accidents, illnesses or other unforeseen
mishaps. Although trip is insured if any claim it will be settled by the insurance
company only. Nevertheless, we advise that those on special medication, or
those with known drug allergies, should carry their prescribed medication with
them. Moreover we recommend that people suffering from asthma, blood
pressure, heart problems or high altitude related ailments should not participate

"All Progress takes place outside the comfort zone"
                                                       — Michael John Bobak
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
Camp Discipline &
      Environmental
        Concerns
Smoking, use of drugs and consumption of
alcohol in any form is strictly prohibited. Those
who flout camp rules will be asked to leave
and return home at their own risk and cost.
That apart, disciplinary legal action can also be
taken against them.
Furthermore, and very important that every
participant is expected to ensure that the
trekking trail is kept clean. All waste items
(wrappers, plastic articles etc) should be
carried to the next camp where it can be
disposed off properly.
Some of the school who love to give their
students a close interaction with nature
regularly join camping & survival camps with
us are as follows:
Rishi Valley School (KFI), Vidya Mandir School.
The School (KFI), Bal Vidya Mandir, Excel School,
Silver Oak School, Good Earth School, Pupil Tree
International School, N.S.N. Global Schools,
S.S.V.M. World School, Vivekalya School, Amity
International, Chetanya Vidyalaya, Vidyaranya,
DPS, Bhawan’s School etc.

     Action, Adventure,
        Adrenaline -
      It's all waiting!
AAP has designed a series of activities that
are aimed at improving overall skills in
individuals. Not only do these activities test
the individual, they also help understand the
importance of team building and foster a
sense of team spirit. Some of our adventure
activities include: Flying Fox, Net Crawling,
Australian Trolley, Plank Crossing, Artificial
Climbing Wall, and Rappelling etc.

             Certificate
Every trekker will be awarded with a certificate
on successfull completion of the trek.
Mountains are the beginning and the end of all natural scenery - HAT-2019
HAT-2019 Trek to Mali Pass (12,500ft)
Things to Remember:
Dates: 15th April - 20th May 2019 (Every day Group leaves for the base camp.)
Outstation participants should make their railway reservation/ Bus reservation at least
120 days in advance to avoid any disappointment at a later stage.
Age of Participants: Everyone from 4 to 60 years of age, with a love for trekking can
participate. Families are also welcome.
Group Size: Each group could consist of 90 participants.
Trek Fee: 15,200/- (Fifteen thousand two hundred only) per participant + 5% GST
Demand Drafts should be payable at New Delhi, and must be made in favour of
"ADVENTURE ACTIVITY PLANNERS", Payable at NEW DELHI.

Terms & Conditions
In case of cancellations, a fee will be deducted as per the following conditions:
• No refund will be entertained without a written request.
• For a notice of less then 30 days from the departure date, no fees will be refunded
   and for a notice before 30 days half the fees will be refunded.
• Refunds will also not be made to participants who are unable to start/complete the
   trek due to any reason.
• AAP reserves the right to reject any application without assigning any reason.
• AAP can change the route for any reason, it will be acceptable to all participants.
Please refer to application form for further details.

                    The man behind the whole show
                    GURVINDER SINGH GREWAL
                    – Founder of AAP
                    – Awarded in 1990 by Anand Bazaar Patrika, Times
                    Started mountaineering & trekking career in 1988 • Member Indo-Russian
                    Expedition to Nanda Devi East (1991), reached 23,100 ft • Scaled
                    Mountain Peaks- Mt. Jogin I & III (21,000 ft.) - Mt. Safi (20,560ft. approx.),
                    Mt. Koteshwar (19,850 ft) & II (20,250ft. approx.), Mt Friendship (17,575ft
                    approx.) • Done more than 85 treks in Himalayas • Basic course from
                    WHMI and advance from NIM, both with 'A' grade.
                    Already Constructed artificial climbing wall for ITBP, Indian
                    Mountaineering Foundation, Delhi Development Authority & Schools. We
                    are organising Survival Camp/Adventure activities throughout India in
                    different schools since 1993, almost 1,25,000 Participants till now.

                                      Adventrure Activity Planners
                                       Head Office : 20'A', Jangpura-A, New Delhi -110 014, INDIA
                                       Branch Office : 19, 3rd Cross street, 1st Floor, Sridevi Nagar
                                       Alapakkam, Chennai - 600095
                                       Mob.: +91-9811111930, 9999077788
                                       E-mail : aapdelhi1993@gmail.com Web.: www.aapdelhi.in
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