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District Mountaineering Association, unveils thrilling adventure calendar for 2024
2/24/2024 9:45:10 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 24: In a bid to promote adventure tourism and nurture a love for the great outdoors among the youth, the District Mountaineering Association, Jammu, has unveiled an exhilarating calendar of activities for the year 2024. Spearheaded by General Secretary Sonam Sidharth, the association's vision emphasizes exploration of less-frequented beauty spots and heritage sites nestled within the holy Trikuta hills of Jammu.
The calendar, revealed at a simple yet impactful ceremony held at the Press Club of Jammu, outlines a series of exciting expeditions and initiatives tailored to engage school students and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages.
Under the dynamic leadership of Chairman Sanjeev Gupta of The Shri Ram Universal School and sport climbing pioneer Shobha Rajput, the association is set to embark on a journey that promises thrilling experiences and opportunities for personal growth.
One of the highlights of the calendar is the organization of three trekking expeditions, including ventures to the picturesque Triund in the Dhauladhar Range, Saroli meadow near Jungle Gali, and a five-day trek from Dudu to Seoj Dhar. Additionally, a Heritage Trekking Programme in the Kangra area of Himachal Pradesh aims to immerse students in the rich cultural tapestry of the region.
In a groundbreaking move to foster talent in sport climbing, the association plans to conduct year-long coaching camps and monthly competitions, catering to both able-bodied and differently-abled climbers. Notably, an exclusive UT-level sport climbing competition for women is slated for March 2024, followed by an Open Union Territory competition in October.
While the search for the ideal location for a mass Himalayan Trekking Programme continues, the association remains committed to environmental conservation. Plans to plant 300 saplings in the Pancheri-Moungri area underscore their dedication to preserving natural habitats and safeguarding water bodies.
President Rakesh Goswami reiterated the association's commitment to environmental awareness, announcing initiatives to observe World Environment Day, Wild Life Week, International Mountain Day, and Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
With a blend of adventure, education, and environmental stewardship, the District Mountaineering Association, Jammu, is poised to inspire a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts and conservationists.
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