Finally the wait is over for fifth edition of Himalayan Outdoor Festival(HOF) at hills of Hattiban where it’s a home all the outdoor enthusiasts. HOF being Nepal’s first outdoor sports promoter which brings all the outdoor sports lovers, enthusiasts and atheletes in one arena where we share our adventure. This year we are back with more adventure and thrill to push your limit while enjoying majestic himalayan range with himalayan lifestyle parties.
APRIL 29 - MAY 1, 2016
HATTIBAN HILLS, PHARPING, NEPAL
Natural rock Climbing
Natural rocks on Hattiban Hills consist of 12 different routes with different level of difficulties from 5b to 7a- . 9 routes on the left side will be given to climb. Safety/basic instruction will be provided on site for climbers. HOF team with the help of professionals will set up an obstacle course near the event area using the tress and rope. We will have Open Lead Competition under male/female category.
A dynamic move to grab a hold that would otherwise be out of reach. Generally both feet will leave the rock face and return again once the target hold is caught. Non-climbers would call it a jump or a leap.
Please check the schedule for timing details.
Cycling one of the Popular Events in HOF, We have different type of Cycling Completions. We are introducing Cross Country Eliminator (XCE) this Year.
20k Trail Run Challenge
12k Trail Run Challenge
5k Trail Run Challenge
Night Uphill Run
Please check the Schedule for timing details.
Two different rope lines will be fixed. At a time two people can compete who can reach the top first and on the top a bell will be hung. The first one to hit the bell wins. Safety will be provided accordingly
Artificial bouldering wall will be put up at the event area. Anyone can try out what climbing and bouldering will be like.
Going from one end which is higher than the stopping going on a rope or cable can be term as zip-line. We will be setting 30meters mini-zip-line in the main event area to provide more thrills.
It is a balance sport with involves walking on a small flat nylon webbing stretched tightly between two anchor points. Slack-line is dynamic, stretchy and bouncy adding more fun to the balancing act.
Rope will be tied up at a pole and other end around the person’s waist then he has to pull the rope as much his strength by crawling; more he stretches the rope, further he reaches.