Jaipur Sports & Outdoors

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    Polo

    by 10753435 Updated Jun 15, 2008

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    Rajputs have been keen equestrian and they take to the horses like a fish to water. Their taking to polo in big way was only natural. Their association with polo dates back to the Mughal period and miniature paintings at the Mehrangarh Fort bear testimony to this early introduction to the game.

    Equipment: * helmet
    * riding boots
    * white trousers
    * two gloves
    * wristbands
    * kneepads
    * spurs
    * face musk
    * whip
    * Polo ball

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    Trekking

    by 10753435 Written Jun 15, 2008

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    The hilly areas of Rajasthan provide several days of ideal trekking opportunities. The Mewar belt with the Udaipur-Kumbhalgarh-Chittaur combine, or the area around Mount Abu, or the Sariska-Alwar-Amber belt is best for trekking.

    Equipment: * Climbing boots
    * Crampons
    * Ice axe
    * Harness
    * Karabiners
    * Ice screws
    * Snow bars
    * Deadmen
    * Tapes/slings
    * Rock pegs
    * Helmet (crash hat)
    * Warm climbing trousers
    * Long cotton hiking shirts
    * Waterproof climbing
    * jacket
    * Gaiters
    * Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski gloves
    * Sun hat
    * Light cotton athletic
    * socks and wool
    * climbing socks
    * Long sleeved
    * cotton/woolen shirts
    * T-shirts
    * Wool long underwear
    * Down high altitude
    * sleeping bag
    * Sleeping pad
    * Down jacket/ trousers/vest
    * Climbing sunglasses
    * Sunscreen
    * Lip salve
    * Lightweight fleece
    * Fleece/wool for climbing
    * Descenders
    * Ascenders
    * Head torch /batteries/bulbs

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    river rafting

    by shoma Written Jul 13, 2007

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    while in kulu in himachal pradesh you could try river rafting on the river beas......wonderful and not too tough so good experience for first timers...

    Equipment: there are many camps being set up along the river beas in the seobagh area of kulu and they provide all the gear.

    you just have to carry your enthusiasm with you!!!

    Related to:
    • Backpacking
    • Family Travel
    • Rafting

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