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AIR RIFLE SHOOTING
Air Rifle Shooting
It is a popular sport involving corrdinated skills. The rifle should be held at a ninety degree angle to the body and parallel to the floor without having to rest it on anything. The stock is to be tucked into the right shoulder. To one who is a left hander, left handed rifles are also available. The dominant hand is to be placed on the grip. The distance from the shoulder to the grip is to be noted. The other hand should be about the same distance forward, under the body of the rifle. The rifle is to be held across the body so that the standing position is side-on to the target.

Sight on target: Back sight, front sight, and target.

The air rifle shooting is a thrilling experience which allows a person to put all the body senses into action. It improves memory and relieves stress.

Learning outcome: Concentration improves, enhancement of observational skills, improves memory power.
Archery
ARCHERY
Archery is the skill to propel arrows with bows. The word is from latin ‘arcus’. Historically, archery was used mainly for hunting and combat. In present times, it has evolved to be a recreational activity and a competitive sport.

Steps in Archery:

1. Stance
2. Nock
3. Set Draw Hand
4. Set Bow Hand
5. Pre-draw
6. Draw
7. Anchor
8. Aim
9. Shot Set-up
10. Release
11. Follow-through/Reflect

Learning outcome: Improves concentration, enhancement of keen observational skills, muscle exercise.
Bamboo Rafting
BAMBOO RAFTING
Bamboo is a versatile material that can be used to create a variety of watercrafts. Although very heavy and hard to steer, it is stable. Latching the canes tightly together ensures the safety of the raft.

Mature and dried bamboo canes for the raft should be chosen, avoiding the green bamboo. There should be at least three layers of flooring in space laying the second layer perpendicular to the first layer, and a third layer of flooring with the canes perpendicular to the second layer. The lashings should be secured and reinforced if necessary.

A double-check is always advised. The adventure begins once the bamboo raft is afloat on water!

Learning outcome: Leadership, decision making, disaster management, risk taking, listening, planning
Banana Ride
BANANA RIDE
A banana boat (or water sled) is a recreational boat meant for towing and is unpowered and inflatable. Different models of this boat usually accommodate almost ten riders. Because the main tube is often yellow and in an a banana shape, this boat gets this catchy name. It’s a popular water sport in Goa, India.

It’s an exciting feeling to ride this boat as it is very joyful activity adored by children and adults. A banana boat ride is considered to be safer that water-skiing!

Learning outcome: Team player, stress relief, improves cognitive ability, build resilience
Cave Exploring
CAVING
Caving also known as Spelunking [USA] and Potholing [UK] is a recreational activity of exploring various caves. There are many challenges involved in cave exploration depending upon the cave being visited.

It became widely popular in last few decades and various modern equipments and protective wear are now available changing the pursuits of many. Earlier it was considered as an ‘extreme sport’ due to the lack of proper safety but now, cave exploration is highly esteemed in the hearts of many adventurers.

Learning Outcome: Improves observation, builds curiosity, enhances memory and cognitive skills.
Chimney Climbing
CHIMNEY CLIMBING
Chimneys are cracks or fissures naturally formed in the cliffs that are wide enough to fit a human body inside. Chimneys range in body-width chimneys, wide gaping chimneys etc.

Climbing a chimney depends on its width. It requires a lot of straight-forward techniques, and practice to develop the necessary skills to efficiently climb chimneys and assess the climb. Opposing pressure is used to climb chimneys. Chimneys are hard to protect with gear, however, it is less dangerous as falling out can be unlikely.

Learning Outcome: Test of physical strength and stamina, Conquering fear, improving concentration, sense of achievement, goal oriented.
Kayaking
KAYAKING
Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving across water. The sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle is unique in a way. Kayaking provides a fun and rewarding experiences.

Kayaks have a wide range and adaptability, thus making it useful for other outdoor activities such as diving, fishing, wilderness exploration and even search and rescue during floods.

Learning Outcome –
  • Improved cardiovascular fitness.
  • Increases strength in muscles, especially in the back, arms, shoulders and chest, from moving the paddle
  • A clear mind, relieved from stress.
Parasailing
PARASAILING
Parasailing, is a kiting activity where a person is towed behind a vehicle (usually a boat) while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that reminds one of a parachute, known as a parasail wing.

This recreational activity immensely popular as there is not much training required to enjoy soaring the skies hundreds of feet from land.

Learning Outcome: Experts consider this sport as the safest aero adventure sport. Parasailing can surely help one get over their phobia of heights!
SCUBA (Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus) – Swimming pool
SCUBA DIVING
A form of underwater diving, scuba dive allows a diver to use a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (called scuba) to breathe underwater. Scuba divers can stay underwater much longer than would be possible using a cylinder of compressed gas to breathe and thereby just holding their breath for hours or sometimes even days! Scuba pool provides a first-hand experience of diving, also provides the expertise needed to operate the breathing apparatus and to become friendly with the underwater world

Learning outcome: Overcoming fear of the unknown, identifying one’s own strength, skill to hold breath and exploration under water.
SCUBA (Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus) – Sea
SCUBA
A form of underwater diving, scuba dive allows a diver to use a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (called scuba) to breathe underwater.

Scuba divers can stay underwater much longer than would be possible using a cylinder of compressed gas to breathe and thereby just holding their breath for hours or sometimes even days! It is a wonderful way to explore the vast resources and treasures that are found under the sea.

Learning outcome: Over coming fear of the unknown, identifying one’s own strength, skill to hold breath and exploration under water
Microlight Flight
MICROLIGHT FLIGHT


An absolutely thrilling experience, the Microlight flight is so light, that anyone who explores the skies would absolutely love. Microlight aviation is the lightweight way of flying consisting of 1 or 2 seat fixed-wing aircraft.

It is less expensive, simple and the experience of flying low and slow is why they have become extremely sought-after by fun-lovers.
Rappelling
RAPPELLING
Abseiling [“to rope down”], also called rappelling, is the art of descending down a rock face using a rope with utmost control over the descent. In this activity, managing the rope is the key to make quick transitions and more climbing. It is important to carry all the necessary equipments such as the belay device, or carabiners, brake rappels etc. A friction-hitch is extremely popular among climbers who desire a safety rappelling.

The exhilaration of climbing down the top of the rock face especially for the first timers develops courage and self-awareness.

Learning outcome: Working as a team, decision making, flexibility, self-confidence
River Rafting
RIVER RAFTING
Rafting and white water rafting are recreational outdoor activities which use an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other body of water. Dealing with risk and the need for teamwork is often a part of the experience. It is considered as an extreme sport and very popular among adventurists. It requires utmost concentration as safety is placed at a high priority. Hence basic safety precautions are to be observed. However, rafting has become safer over time. Expertise in the sport has increased, and the use of specialized equipments has also led to improved in quality. As a result most river runs are now rated to be safer than before.

Learning Outcome: Builds, concentration, responsibility, combats illusion, gain a strong desire to protect and preserve the water bodies.
Sky Diving - Static Line Jump
SKY-DIVING

Parachuting, or skydiving, is the action sport of exiting an aircraft and returning to Earth with the help of gravity, then slowing down during using a parachute in the last part of the descent. It is a form of recreational activity and a competitive sport that may or may not include free-fall. Sky-diving is easily the rarest experience that is very close to flying which humans have always aspired for!

Learning Outcome: Inspires exploration, self-confidence, learn life-skills.
Sky Diving - Tandem Jump
TANDEM-SKYDIVING


Tandem skydiving or tandem parachuting refers to a type of skydiving where a student skydiver is connected to a harness attached to a tandem instructor who guides the student through the whole jump and landing. A minimal instruction is all that is needed before making a tandem jump with the instructor.

Learning Outcome: Inspires exploration, self-confidence, learn life-skills.
Catamaran Ride
CATAMARAN RIDE
A catamaran consists of two parallel hulls of equal size joined by some structure, a frame called Akas forming a bridging structure. Some sophisticated catamarans combine a small accommodation upon this bridge. This ride can be driven by a sail and/or engine. Catamarans are originally small yachts but now this structure is being adopted by ships and ferries too. It provides comfort, stability and increased speed. A ride on the catamaran is a jolly one giving a sense of freedom on the gushing waters.

Learning outcome: Improves coordination and guidance skills.
Wave Surfing
WAVE SURFING
Wave surfing is a discipline in surfing which surfers are towed onto or paddle into waves on surf-boards or tow-boards. The size of the board varies depending upon the surfer’s technique used to reach the wave. A surfer paddles fast enough to reach the wave on a surf-board that allows a surfer to manoeuvre and provides speed. Usually a longer surfboard is said to be stable although it might limit the surfing speed.

Learning Outcome: Increases Manoeuvrability, balance, promotes health, cardiovascular fitness, strength in the core, back, shoulders and legs, outlet for stress and tension.
Zummaring
ZUMARING
Zumaring is an activity which uses a mechanical devise to ascend on a rope. It is also called ‘jugging’. Zumaring is done using ascenders to climb a rope without the aid of climbing a rock.

Zumaring is especially helpful when climbers climb a featureless rock with thin cracks which does not provide any support for climbers. Thus, in such cases the climbers depend upon the gear placement and devices to ascend.

Learning Outcome: Muscle strength is improved; courage to face tough situations.
Paintball
PAINTBALL
Paintball is a competitive sport where the players compete to eliminate their opponents by tagging them by propelling paintballs which contains a water soluble dye and a gelatine outer shell with the help of a paintball gun. The players wear a mask or goggles to protect them from paintball. Before the play begins a particular goal of the game is determined such as capturing a flag. The game has certain basic rules which require the players to accomplish the task or goal without getting marked or being shot by the paintball.

To supplement military training, this activity is especially carried on by military forces and security organisations.

Learning outcome: Team building, improves moral skills, management skills, problems tackling ability, better understanding of work environment, increases concentration, communication developments, decision making, stress minimisation, increases retention and challenges the leadership of the individual under pressure.
Crate Building
CRATE CLIMBING
Crate climbing is an activity that involves using bottle crates to build a tower and requires the climber to stay at the top of the uppermost crate of the tower.

The main task is to build the tower as high as possible until the time when the tower topples or the climbers fall off. The climbers are harnessed hence the activity is safe at the same time, exciting. This results in better team work and team involvement to achieve the task.

Learning Outcome: Team work, balancing skills, builds determination and improves group problem solving.
Quad Bike
QUAD BIKE

Quad Bike or an all terrain vehicle travels on low pressure tyres and is designed to travel on terrains of wide varieties. It normally has either three or four wheels. At slower speeds, these extra wheels are helpful as they give stability.

Riding a Quad Bike is said to be thrilling and powering. It is mainly an activity loved by passionate bike riders.

Learning Outcome: Improves muscle strength, concentration and co-ordination skills.
Zip Line
ZIPLINE
Zip line is also referred to as aerial runway or aerial ropeslide. It consists of a stainless steel pulley suspended on a cable and mounted on an incline. The user propelled by gravity holds on to the pulley to travel from top to bottom of the inclined cable.

Zipline comes in different forms designed for children in playgrounds, for adventurous adults at outdoor camps, for and traversing forest canopy. In the recent times, it is increasingly becoming a popular activity during vacations. Zipline is also being used to reach remote areas.

The popular Zipline destinations are the jungles of Costa Rica, Florida, Puerto Vallarta and Nicaragua.

Learning outcome: Improves concentration, helps in handling pressure, determination to complete a task to the end without giving up.
Trekking
Trekking
Trekking is an outdoor activity, for those who enjoy walking and climbing mountains, hills & hillocks. It originated in the hilly regions where people living in the mountain areas were forced to carry equipment and reach from one place to another. It motivates people to take up this entertaining challenge. As a sport trekkers take up this in order to enjoy the nature. It also helps one to know one’s own limitations and capacities. It can be undertaken in all seasons and areas after a meticulous preparation for the same.

Trekking is a popular activity encouraged by educational institutions and Corporates for healthy entertainment of the participants.

Learning outcome: The activity improves health, helps us to know the importance of nature in the life of human beings and teaches us to respect the environment; improves grit and determination to reach the destination in spite of hardships faced.
Camp Fire
Camp Fire

Campfire and tent pitching are popular outdoor activities undertaken by scouts and guides. The campfire is lit at the campsite using dried twigs and logs. Campfires are lit to provide warmth, deter the wild life predators, to drive away insects and also to cook. A group of people sit around the campfires and engage in group singing and playing games.

Learning Outcome: It improves working in groups, mingling with people and shedding inhibitions, overcoming shyness and involve in community tasks.
Tent Pitching
TENT PITCHING
Tents are pitched with the help of canvas or tarpaulin sheets to provide temporary shelter from wind and other elements. This is fun activity undertaken mostly by youngsters and families to get together and enjoy. The group with varied interests come together and share their experiences and showcase talents during such camps. It is exciting to camp outside and experience nature.

Learning outcome: It improves working in groups, mingling with people and shedding inhibitions, overcoming shyness and involve in community tasks.
Sea Swimming
SEA SWIMMING

Swimming is self propulsion of the body with the movement of arms and legs in a co ordinate way. It enables locomotion in water and is engaged in as a sport, for survival, for exercise or for other reasons. Humans are able to hold breath under water and are able to learn swimming at very early stages of life.


Learning outcome: Helps in muscle strength, co-ordination, concentration, fitness and health and is a good stress buster.
First Aid
FIRST AID
First aid is the medical assistance given to persons suffering from illnesses or accidents before reaching the hospital or receiving professional medical help. It ensures the safe treatment of ill persons so as to substantially reduce the risk of infection and degeneration. It helps patients in adverse situations. Having knowledge of First aid for various illnesses would prove to be helpful during uncertainties and emergency situations.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, also called CPR is a procedure performed during emergencies when the heart stops functioning. In order to manually restore blood circulation to preserve intact brain function, CPR is indicated. Learning to perform a CPR can be an exceptional skill which is linked greatly to saving lives. CPR alone isn't enough to restart the heart. Defibrillation, electric shock to the heart, is required to restore a viable heart rhythm.

Learning Outcome: Saves lives in the most crucial and precious moments before the arrival of medical help.
Paragliding
PARAGLIDING
Paragliding is the sensational sport of flying paraglider which is a lightweight and free flying glider aircraft. Paragliders are much lighter and aerodynamic. Below a fabric wing, a harness is suspended on which the pilot sits. Paraglider flights cover many kilometres and lasts for longer hours. A proper training is required to equip one with adequate expertise. This is necessary so as to avert uncertain and difficult weather conditions.

The glider can fly beyond thousands of feet above the sea level.

One of the most enthralling sports, Paragliding is safe and can indeed be an amazing experience. The activity leaves a desire to fly and soar across valleys, hills and mountains. The glider is by far the best flight to choose to experience the breathtaking sceneries.

Learning Outcome: Environment awareness, stress buster, meditative.
CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) - Adult
CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Adult



CPR is a procedure performed during emergencies when the heart stops functioning. In order to manually restore blood circulation to preserve intact brain function, CPR is indicated. Learning to perform a CPR can be an exceptional skill which is linked greatly to saving lives. CPR alone isn’t enough to restart the heart. Defibrillation, electric shock to the heart, is required to restore a viable heart rhythm.

Learning Outcome: Saves lives in the most crucial and precious moments before the arrival of medical help.
CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) - Child
CPR Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is a lifesaving procedure that is done when someone's breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This may happen after drowning, suffocation, choking, or injuries. CPR involves:

Rescue breathing, which provides oxygen to a child's lungs
Chest compressions, which keep the child's blood circulating

This article discusses CPR in children ages 1 - 8.

Permanent brain damage or death can occur within minutes if a child's blood flow stops. Therefore, you must continue CPR until the child's heartbeat and breathing return, or trained medical help arrives.

Learning Outcome: Saves lives in the most crucial and precious moments before the arrival of medical help.
Camping
Camping
Camping is an elective outdoor recreational activity. Generally held, participants leave developed areas to spend time outdoors in more natural ones in pursuit of activities providing them enjoyment. To be regarded as "camping" a minimum of one night is spent outdoors, distinguishing it from day-tripping, picnicking, and other similarly short-term recreational activities.

Camping describes a range of activities and approaches to outdoor accommodation. Survivalist campers set off with as little as possible to get by, whereas recreational vehicle travelers arrive equipped with their own electricity, heat, and patio furniture. Camping may be combined with hiking, as in backpacking, and is often enjoyed in conjunction with other outdoor activities such as canoeing, climbing, fishing, and hunting.

Learning Outcome: Creates Adaptability, Team spirit, provides stress relief, and improves thinking and problem solving skills.
Bike Ride
Bike Ride


Bike ride is a team sport in which a group of people leave together with their respective vehicles, in pursuit of exploring a new destination. To be regarded as a biking trip a minimum of two people team up together to explore an unknown destination. It is generally combined with activities such as picnicking, camping, or other adventure sports.

Learning Outcome: Creates team spirit, improves concentration and coordination skills and is extremely a good stress buster.
Speed Boat
Speed Boat


A speed boat is a boat which is powered by an engine. It is one the oldest water adventure sport. In this sport a group of people according to the capacity of speed boat team up together, and set out for exploration it might be sea, lake or any other large water body. A general Speed boating event lasts for about 20 minutes, which is often filled with a lot of speed & tight turns.

Learning Outcome: Increased concentration, stress buster, flexibility.
Rappelling at a Waterfall
Rappelling at a Waterfall


Rappelling is the art of descending down a rock face using a rope with utmost control over the descent. And when descending down a waterfall it is known as waterfall rappelling. In this sport controlling the rope and maintain body balance are the key challenges. It is important to carry all the necessary equipment’s such as the belay device, or carabineers, brake rappels etc. A friction-hitch is extremely popular among climbers who desire a safety rappelling.

Learning Outcome: Team work, decision making abilities, self-confidence.
Rappelling during the Night
Rappelling during the Night


Rappelling is the art of descending down a rock face using a rope with utmost control over the descent. When performed at night this is known as night rappelling. This is extremely adventurous as participants rappel down a cliff in the mist if night when the descending spot is hardly visible, the temperature is very low. In this sport controlling the rope and maintain body balance are the key challenges. It is important to carry all the necessary equipment’s such as the belay device, or carabineers, brake rappels etc. A friction-hitch is extremely popular among climbers who desire a safety rappelling.

Learning Outcome: Team work, decision making abilities, self-confidence, will to accept challenges.
Spider Web
Spider Web


Analogous to a real spider’s web a same structure is created which is made out of ropes and nets. In this activity the participants transverse from one point to other point opposite to it with certain restriction. The main of this activity is to encourage concentration and physical fitness.

Learning Outcome: Increased concentration ad focus, physical fitness and decision making abilities.
Tunnel Exploring
Tunnel Exploration
Also traditionally known as spelunking in the United States and Canada and potholing in the United Kingdom and Ireland — is the recreational pastime of exploring wild (generally non-commercial) cave systems. Generally a group of people set off to explore such places as a part of their tour which is also accompanied by trekking, camping, biking or any other activities. The challenges involved in caving vary according to the cave being visited, but – in addition to the total absence of light beyond the entrance – often include the negotiation of pitches, squeezes, and water hazards. Cave diving is a distinct, and much more hazardous, sub-specialty undertaken by a small minority of technically proficient (and daring) cavers. In an area of overlap between recreational pursuit and scientific study, the most devoted and serious-minded cavers become accomplished at the surveying and mapping of caves and the formal (though usually private) publication of their efforts.

Learning Outcome: Increased Concentration, learning about nature, will to accept challenges, overcoming the fear of unknown.
Night Trekking
Night Trekking
Trekking is an outdoor activity, for those who enjoy walking and climbing mountains, hills & hillocks. It originated in the hilly regions where people living in the mountain areas were forced to carry equipment and reach from one place to another. Night trekking involves the same being conducted during the night time or the absence of sunlight. The challenges increase as the visibility decreases, the temperature is lower than the usual comfort level, navigating the way itself is a tough task during day and at night this increases the risk of getting lost.

Learning Outcome: Increased concentration, self-confidence, improves health, learning about the nature, determination to reach the destination in-spite all the difficulties.
Parallel Walking
Parallel Walking

It’s a rope activity that involves two parallel ropes being tied at opposite ends, at different levels. Both the ends of the rope are tied at the source and destination. The main challenge in this activity is to maintain the body balance while traversing from one end to another while maintaining constant speed.


Learning Outcome: focus, decision making abilities, sense of achieving the task.
International Students
International Students


Alliance Adventure Club has encouraged international students to be a part of the club and share their experiences and expertise in relevant activities. These students also enthusiastically participate in the activities and this helps them to bond with other Indian students.


Learning Outcome: Exchange of ideas, understanding grass root realities, student bonding and confidence building, increases adaptability to Indian condition.
Discovery Course
Discovery Course
The Discovery Course is not an obstacle course. It is designed with over 25 separate elements ranging from traditional high challenge course traverses, to unique team challenges that create true high team-building opportunities. It features universal accessibility options even for participants with disabilities, and allows this to be programmable for most ages as well.

The uniqueness of the Discovery Course is that it simulates for the student, an environment of perceived risk, and enables the trainer to design elements specific to the needs and abilities of the trainees. Therefore, even middle aged individuals and physically handicapped can benefit from the Discovery Course.

Learning Outcome: Team spirit, risk taking abilities, leadership qualities, Physical fitness.
Rock Climbing
Rock Climbing
Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations or artificial rock walls. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling.

Psychological/emotional benefits of rock climbing

Climbing is a full body workout, meaning your head as well. It doesn't just keep your muscles fit, but it also stimulates and improves your cognitive ability, problem solving, confidence etc.
Let’s look at the mental benefits of rock climbing.

  1. Goal setting. To climb rocks you must set goals and move towards them.
  2. Being aware of yourself. It requires you to be more aware of the space around you, and how you’re moving your body through it.
  3. Relieve Stress. When you're climbing, nothing else matters. It's much the same effect that skydiving has on you, because you're so focused on the moment and what you’re doing right now, you don’t have time to worry about things like work or bills. It’s an ant stress device!
  4. Confidence. If you can climb up a mountain, you can do anything. Things that seemed like a big deal before, (public speaking, confrontation, and job interviews) now seem hardly as daunting.
  5. Perseverance. When you’re climbing you always want to get to the top, and you’ll keep trying to get there. That’s what makes it such a good sport because it teaches your life skills as well as giving you a workout.
There are a whole lot more benefits to rock climbing.
Bouldering
Bouldering

Bouldering is a form of rock climbing that is performed without the use of ropes or harnesses. While it can be done without any equipment whatsoever, most climbers use climbing shoes to help secure footholds, chalk to keep their hands dry, and bouldering mats to prevent injuries from falls.

Unlike free solo climbing, which is also performed without ropes, bouldering problems are usually less than 6 meters (20 ft.) tall.

  • Bouldering is not all brawn.
  • It does not only require body strength but also the creativity in solving boulder problems.
  • A climber may actually have to dangle a bit to reach that far-off-corner slope, but then again, there may be other ways to traverse your way through it.
  • Overcoming a problem takes a certain amount of creativity aside from the physical exertion involved.
It’s the perfect drive for physical fitness. Like most things, you cannot simply waltz your way to success. Sometimes, it takes time, and consequently a handful number of times to beat it. Bouldering is a great way to motivate yourself to work out, while pushing yourself to the limit until you eventually succeed.

It’s ideal for thrill-seekers since Bouldering is never without the risk of getting injured. But more often than not, it is the aspect of danger that turns on some daredevils to try it. One should keep in mind, though, that also because of the risk factor, one should at least be aware of Rock Climbing Safety Guidelines to fully enjoy the sport.
Front Rappelling
Front Rappelling
Fancy yourself as a bit of a Spiderman? Rappelling face-first down, it’s just like running face-first down the side of a building. Unlike Spiderman, however, you’ll be strapped in safely and holding onto a rope. Rap jumping, or rappelling, was originally used in the military, enabling soldiers to descend face-first down a cliff in order to see where they were going. Today it is rarely used, but this abseiling run will give you the chance to participate in this breathtaking experience safely and under the supervision of an expert.
Zorbing
ZORBING
Zorbing (globe-riding, sphering, orbing) is the recreation or sport of rolling downhill inside an orb, generally made of transparent plastic. Due to the buoyant nature of the orbs, Zorbing can also be carried out on water, provided the orb is inflated properly and sealed once the rider is inside.
Snow Scooter
It is designed to be operated on snow and ice and does not require a road or trail .... always dreamed of a smaller version, more like the size of a motor scooter.
Skiing
Skiing is a mode of transport, recreational activity and competitive winter sport in which the participant uses skis to glide on snow. Many types of competitive skiing events are recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and the International Ski Federation (FIS).
River Crossing
A river crossing puzzle is a type of transport puzzle in which the object is to carry items from one river bank to another. The difficulty of the puzzle may arise from restrictions on which or how many items can be transported at the same time, or from which or how many items may be safely left together. The setting may vary cosmetically, for example, by replacing the river by a bridge.

Eligibility Criteria :

Fitness Certificate:

Participants must be in good health and should be able to endure the rigors of adventure sports. It is imperative and vital for the organizers to be informed about medical problems or conditions of the participant well in advance and before departure. Those suffering from muscular, chest and cardiac problems, bronchial disorders, etc. are strongly advised against participating in adventure sports.

Risk Certificate:

Participants in adventure sports are required to sign a Risk Certificate.

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