The beautiful Himalayas are worth exploring a million times and the beauty never ceases to inspire and impress people every time. Now is your turn to embrace the beauty of this spellbinding magic of nature and scale the heights of the magnificent mountain with The Great Himalayan Walkathon 2014.
The Great Himalayan Walkathon 2014 would take place at the International Youth hostel Manali Prini Village Near Club Mahindra Holidays, Manali from June 23, 2014 – July 6, 2014. The Great Himalayan Walkathon 2014 is being organized to spread awareness about the increasing impacts of global warming and the increasing impacts of climate change.
During the fortnight event, the participants would get to experience the scenic Himalayan beauty in a never before extravagant manner as they would get to live life in close proximity with the nature. During the period of the walkathon, the participants would get to inflate their lungs with the onrush of scenery, air, mountains, trees, people while travelling through Kokhsar, Keylong, Tandi, Darcha, Patseo, Zingzing Bar, Baralachala Pass, Bharatpur, Sarchu, Pang, Nachungla Plains Muray Plains, Rumtse.
This apart they would also get to visit several monasteries and observe the wildlife of the region close to their habitats such a high altitudes. The participants would also be provided with training in Hatha Yoga at high Altitudes. Gear up to lose yourself as the Himalayas, which is also known as the Third Pole as it is the third largest body of snow in the planet after the Artic and Antartic, lie open ahead of you to be explored.
The Glacial runoff in the Himalayan region is one of the largest sources of fresh water that feeds the giant rivers in Asia and has been supporting half of humanity. The snow at the poles are fast melting and the climate change in these regions often make it to the news. However, the Himalayan region is largely left unreported, which poses a greater threat and reduces the possibility of preserving the environment as the Himalayas are receding at a faster pace than that in any other part of the world.
“Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense”. We are no climate change sceptic, and we have seen its effect on shrinking glaciers many times and every picture tells the true story. Join us on the journey and witness it yourself so that you can get back and make a difference in your lifestyle and that of others as well. Gear up to save the planet and register now to walk through the most spectacular region in the country by joining us at The Great Himalayan Walkathon 2014. To register please visit www.meraevents.com