Hiking - The area presents endless avenues for the hiking enthusiasts. From a two-hour hike in the surrounding area to a full day Hike to the imposing Churdhar peak (at 12000-ft, it is the Highest peak in the Outer Himalayas) the options are enough to keep you occupied for a while. Some recommended options include Walk to the Syana Village Top - 1 Hr. from the Camp and as and extension walk all the way to the Helipad and all the way back. Roughly a three to Four Hour walk this round walk passes offers scattered houses, fruit laden orchards at times, beautiful wildflowers, an occasional curious mountain kid, wild fruit berries to feast on, a beautiful dense forest and a small temple at the village Syana. A walk to the Bhuira Village is also recommended to see in action a small village cooperative that is making news all over the world. Just google the term Bhuira Jams and you will see what we mean.
Rock Climbing and Rappelling - Learn the basics of rock climbing on the flat rock face near the camp. Things you can learn include three point climbing techniques, route planning, various kinds of holds and grips and energy reservoir maintenance and preservation. On the subtle end you will also realize the importance of planning, coordination, patience, listening and motivational values for your teammates.
Rappelling - What goes up must come down, well said Mr. Tom Petty. So once you climb the rock with all tricks you learn, you will also learn the act of rappelling i.e. descending on the rock face you just climbed but no hold or grips just the rope and you and your knees and feet. Now we take no responsibility for making a cliff hanger out of you after this educational experience.
River Crossing - You also learn the act of river crossing over the base tied across the stream near the camp. A fairly high energy activity and very popular with schools groups and adults alike. We often get request by the participants to be allowed to release themselves in to the stream, but since the since the stream is shallow we don't entertain these requests.
Flying Fox - A high adrenalin activity that involves traversing a sloping base top to bottom of course and that too with the help of pulleys and harness the few seconds of this activity are enough to feel like being on a roller coaster ride.
Obstacle Course - A small obstacle course at the camp consisting of Burma Bridge, Ladder Bridge, Double Rope Bridge, Tarzan Swing and other rope and bamboo assortments is an ideal activity with in the campus and keeps the young and adults occupied for hours.
Bird Watching - The residents of this area agree that the bird population in the area is a very healthy one. From the Himalayan Magpies to Mainas or even the woodpeckers for the avid birdwatcher we suggest you pack your lunch before you move away from the camp for indulging in your favourite past time.
Splash Swimming - The presence of two perennial stream around the camp present good opportunities for day picnics around small pools up in the valley hidden from the whatsoever little population that exists in the area.
Visit to the Waterfall - Hidden in to the valley is a beautiful waterfall that can give you a good massage if you just stand under it for a few minutes. A good spot to party around and have fun lazing around in the water.
Recreation - We have a few hammocks all over the camp under shady trees, a small, make shift badminton court, carom, dart, badminton, chess, Rope swings, daily bonfires etc. to keep you occupied at any time.
The Sunrise (Set) Trek : Early morning one can set out to the nearest mountain top area to watch the sunrise on the distant graded Himalayan Mountains. Watching the sunset, which can be seen from many locations at Rajgarh is a treat to the eyes. Make sure you have your camera ready before you dissolve in the plethora of colors all around you.
Visit to the Monastery - A beautiful monastery at Ochghat is definitely worth exploring on your way to or back from the Camp. The Bon Po Monastery is 40 years old and has a separate section for women monks. Red More about this Religion by clicking here . Read more about the Bon Future Fund Here .
Baru Sahab – A very well known Gurudwara around 40 kms from Rajgarh. It is one of the oldest holy shrines of the Sikh faith. .