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Thank you for showing interest in the ‘Rock Climbing Workshop/ Retreat’.
Motojojo simply means the urge to explore the unknown.
It is a common spirit that exists within you, us, and everyone to push beyond our limits.
It is a marriage of the simple life, travel, stories & a celebration of music.
What better location to rock climb that Himachal and that too in Manali? Spend an extended weekend in Manali while gaining an introduction to rock climbing and its various sub-disciplines. Practice and learn this challenging + engaging sport under the guidance of experienced and certified instructors. Good food and great vibes are complimentary in generous amounts.
Dates: 28th Nov’19 – 1st Dec’19
Arrive at the 4Play office/lodging venue
Settle into your room
Intro to Rock climbing and its sub-disciplines
Lunch along with Adventure film screening
Evening tea and snacks
Spend time on the moon board
Dinner and interaction with 4Play team, filmmakers and athletes
Introduction to sport (roped) climbing
Lunch and coffee at the crag (climbing area)
Return to base in the evening
Evening tea and snacks
Dinner and movie screening
Practice sport climbing, learn aid and lead techniques
A short session on rappel techniques
Tea and snacks at the base
Learn to slackline
Dinner, movies, and games
Work on advanced climbing techniques
Learn rope knots, anchors and bases
Lunch (movie screening/interaction)
Walk to Vashisht hot springs for a dip
Required fitness level:
No prior climbing experience required. Attendees should exhibit general fitness.
Points to be noted:
-Clothing in layers
-Thermal, Shirt or T-shirt (carry extra), Fleece, Windcheater. Temperature is expected to drop down to negative in some regions.
-Woolen Socks, Gloves, Bandana, Woolen cap. High ankle shoes
-Day bag / small rucksack
-75% of the payment to be done to register, and the rest to be done 1 day before the trip
“By signing up with Motojojo, you agree to be the part of new-age travelers who believe in zero waste and no-littering policy throughout the journey. Any non-biodegradable product carried by you into the Himalayas will be taken back on departure. No harm will be caused, dislocated or impaired to the articles, artifacts, and monuments of historical and cultural importance. Nothing should be said or done to undermine and disrespect the customs and culture of local people. Let’s spread the idea of love for travel.”