We ran the first complete descent of the Lohit River in Dec 2003, with an international team of Indian, Canadian and British paddlers. This river had never been run in its entirety. The trip comprised the likes of our river guides, Anvesh and Rana, Paul Skinny Jones, Lara Tipper, Pete Caterall, Jeff Boyd, Vicky Barlow, Rob Litherland, Bryan Smith, Tod Gourley and Mark Heard. We made this possible.
We made the first Indian descent on the hardest section on the Tons river (Khunigad – Tiuni) in April 2003.
Our river guides were part of first descents on the Lohit, Subansiri, and first commercial exploratory on the Spiti, Tons and Upper Alaknanda rivers. Each year, many of our expeditions bring people closer to the outdoors.
We have run over 45 trips for the American Embassy School, New Delhi in the past 14 years, to destinations as varied as Rajasthan, Dharamsala, Chamba, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Tons valley, Ladakh, Meghalaya, Assam, and to our rafting base on the Ganga. We have also run several cultural exchange programmes for students from all around the globe.
Chosen outfitter for filming of “A Road to Ladakh”, a short film by Ashvin Kumar in 2002.
We are empanelled as consultant with Uttaranchal Tourism for the promotion of eco-tourism, adventure sports and wildlife tourism since 2001.