While the extreme sport of B.A.S.E. Jumping is still nascent in India, Aishwarya Yadav dares to try something that pushes the limits to the cutting edge of bold and extreme. On a bright sunny morning, he leaps off a para glider in Bir (Himachal Pradesh, India) and lands with dexterity in his B.A.S.E. rig.
Watch Ajay Padval as he shreds an insane line in his native land. An impromptu run turns out to be a killer run, as he jumps, slides and skids with the agility of some sassy disco grooves.
Bouldering in Chatru should be on one's bucket list. Located high up in the Himalayas, it is a paradise for climbers. Discovered in year 2000 by a British climber named Pil Lockey, this climbing arena has gained eminence over a decade.
At 12000ft Suru Boulder Fest was the highest bouldering party in the world. A first of its kind climbing festival, Suru encapsulates undulated fun and exploration. In its first edition, the festival saw participation from over 50 climbers coming from 18 different countries. Laying the foundation of a unique climbing destination and an unmissable event
Deep seated in the Himalayas the forlorn frontier that is the Zanskar range, seldom sees any action. However, the mountains were recently visited by a seasoned climbing couple - Cosmin Andron and Cristina Pogacean. Quick thinking, a two day push, a "supercouloir" and a few sketchy moments indeed made for the perfect recipe to nail
A newbie to the world of ultra running, Sukrit decides to initiate skyrunning in India. An amalgamation of the practices of trail running, ultramarathon, outdoor navigation and mountaineering. The ULTRA TRAIL PINDARI is an attempt to promote independent sport initiatives and sustainable outdoor travel.
Rishi Rana has been Kayaking the upper reaches of Ganga for over half a decade now. With over 15 medals in his kitty, the budding Kayaker has been nailing first descents every monsoon. Check out this feature on how he juggles between Kayaking as a professional and passionate pursuit.
One of India’s first Highline projects, beautifully executed by Bhupesh Patil and Samar Farooqui. With 80ft of air beneath, these ballsy walkers; they send the 22m line (which is only 50mm wide) battling fear and mind numbing exposure.