Although trend of paragliding adventures gained momentum in India very late as compared to European countries, the country earned the contract to host Paragliding World Cup 2015. The activity is no more limited to hills
This is the third and the last post discussing Indian Basic Minimum Standards (BMS) for climbing tours in the Indian Himalayas. Today I will list the three remaining standards. 1. Documentation The adventure
According to the Indian Basic Minimum Standards (BMS) for Mountaineering, the adventure tour operators must define and update standard operation procedures (SOPs) for commercial climbing expeditions to the Indian Himalayas. The SOPs should also be
India defined Basic Minimum Standards (BMS) for commercial mountaineering expeditions to peaks of 6,000 meters or comparable in 2009. The BMS are divided into the following seven categories: 1. Documentation 2. Emergencies and rescues 3.