Sports in Manali


Sports in Manali provide the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to explore their hidden sporting talents and sportsman spirit. For those who want to add a bit of adventure to their lives, the various sports of Manali offer them with a scope to enjoy their holidays in a completely unique and novel manner.

Endowed with natural scenic beauty, Manali is the best place to explore nature through the plethora of sporting events of the region. Situated at a height of 2050 meters, the exotic landscape of Manali is known for the various sporting activities of skiing, paragliding, parasailing, mountaineering and river rafting.

Dressed in the attire of a sportsperson and accompanied with professional guides, the tourists are encouraged to indulge in the various adventurous sports of the region. Covered with snow for most part of the year, the mountain slopes of Kothi, Gulaba, Marhi, Solang Nullah, Dhundi, Rohtang and Patalsu are the ideal place for skiing.

Manali has several institutions that organize regular trips to the high mountain areas. The Heli Skiing Organization of the state, popularly known as the Himachal Heli Skiing offer the tourists with a unique experience with in the midst of nature. Placed at very high altitudes, the steep slopes of Rohtang, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba and Chanderkhani Pass are best suited for the adventurous sport of Heli Skiing.

River rafting is practiced in the swift flowing River Beas. Under the able guidance of skilled sportsmen and experienced navigators, the tourists go for a ride on the turbulent river of the mountain region. Paragliding and parasailing are some other adventurous sports of Manali.

The various sports in Manali rejuvenate the tourists with great enthusiasm and joy and infuse a fresh bout of energy in them. One can find the sporting zeal in every aspect of Manali people, culture and festivals.



     


     

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