Kathmandu, January 5
The 10-day-long event will be organised from February 1 at Humde in Manang district, which lies at an altitude of 3,200 metres above sea level, in association with the Visit Nepal 2020 secretariat.
Organising a press meet today the organisers informed that the event will promote winter adventure sports in Nepal.
According to the organisers, adventure seekers will be guided by International Federation of Mountain Guides Association guides who will lead interactive and educational climbing clinics to accommodate every skill level and ensure safety and accessible participation throughout the festival.
The event will further have opportunities for participants to learn skiing and archery.
The organisers expect thousands of adventure seekers from around the world to participate in this event. Both domestic and international participants can register their names for event by January 15.
The Ice Climbing Festival is being hosted by Nepal Mountaineering Association and co-hosted by Nepal Climbing Team in association with Visit Nepal 2020 secretariat. It is being promoted by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation and Nepal Tourism Board. As per organisers, Nepal National Mountain Guide Association and the Nepal Mountaineering Instructors’ Association will provide technical support to the event.
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