do something difficult, it’s worth it
See and experience what it takes to traverse and live in the high altitude, snowy terrain of the Garhwal Himalayas. Learn techniques of effectively walking in snow using clampons, creating snow routes, self-rescue and see just what it takes cook a meal when it’s so cold and windy. Pitch tents in the snow and wake up to a wonderfully white world, everyday. This expedition is the real deal!
lead and take ownership
The group prepares for the coming snow expedition in an intense planning session. From menus, ration and utensils to a thorough checklist for braving the cold. Divide and share the load of supplies (‘khachchars’ help with the big stuff). As the days progress, instructors take a step back as the group takes initiative. Learn to work as a team in a new environment—look out for each other, learn to be considerate and share responsibilities of cooking, cleaning, firewood collection and resource management.
“I would like to thank the Inme team for giving my son such a great experience. It was an awesome experience, great practical learning and loads of fun too. He wants to go every year henceforth. He made a lot of new friends, learnt camping skills and also was taught the importance of doing one’s own chores and not to waste food. Thank you all.”
–Seema Aggarwal Mitra, Sarthak's mother
DAY 2 Arrive at the campus by lunch. Jump into a session on basic camping skills and pitching tents
DAY 3 Safety briefing followed by an acclimatisation trek. Plan and pack for the expedition
DAY 4 Reach Sankri and begin trekking through rocky terrain and meadows to reach Juda ka talab at 9,500ft. Pitch tents and set up a campsite
DAY 5 Learn how to walk, self-rescue and create routes in the snow. Another short trek to get used to the altitude
DAY 6 Trek to the base camp at 12,000ft. Pitch tents and set up camp with a view of the Kedarkantha peak
DAY 7 Start early to summit Kedarkantha at 12,500ft. Trek down and camp out at Juda ka talab
DAY 8 Back to Tons campus by lunch. Rest, bathe and get ready for a real special dinner
DAY 9 Leave campus after lunch
camping on the go
The expedition starts and ends at our Tons campus where accommodation tents. During the trek, campsites are set up at different locations everyday. The group pitches the hardy, weather proof tents and sleep in specialised sleeping bags provided by us. They’re small tents that comfortably fit three people. A pop-up toilet tent is also taken along.
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