The camp is located in a valley with a eye cathing view of the Doon Valley with views stretching as far as Dehradun and Mussoorie. This camp is located at an altitude of 1850 m (6100 ft) and ensures a cool and comfortable climate all year round.
The camp is located in a valley with a eye cathing view of the Doon Valley with views stretching as far as Dehradun and Mussoorie. This camp is located at an altitude of 1850 m (6100 ft) and ensures a cool and comfortable climate all year round. The lodge is located in Uttarakhand state and is easily approachable. With minimum inhabitation all around this is a quiet getaway for anyone looking to remove themselves from the hustle and bustle of urban life. There are a number of short walks available all around and one gets a spectacular view of the snow clad Himalayan peaks from just a 5 min walk from the lodge. From Chakrata one can go on a downhill walk (2 hrs) to the Tiger Falls (the biggest waterfall in this area) and spend a couple of hours here in the pool that is formed below the Falls.
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|By Air :||Distance from Nearest Airport: 101Km (Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun) & Follow Road Instructions.|
|By Train :||Distance from Nearest Railway Station: 75km (Dehradun) & Follow Road Instructions.|
|By Road :||New Delhi – Panipat – Karnal & Follow Road Instructions(335 Kms & 8 Hrs)|
Package For 2Nights / 3Days Deluxe - 16700* On AP Twin Sharing Basis
NOTE: The above rates are not valid for festival Holiday Period / Extended Weekends.
Rapelling :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.
Jumaring : Jumaring is the technique climbers use to ascend a rope. It requires two ascending devices one for each hand, and two nylon ladders, called "aiders" for the feet. Jumaring can also be done by paraplegic climbers, by modifying the jumars to add a pullup bar, since they can't use the foot aiders as you can imagine, this is an amazing, strenuous feat, twice as hard as regular jumaring.