Artificial Rock Climbing
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Rs 2,000 - 5,000
Per person per night
Get ready to enjoy and experience adventure activities near Delhi, Gurgaon, and Faridabad. Artificial Wall Climbing is an exciting activity at Camp Wild Dhauj. Artificial Rock Wall Climbing activity strengthens your physical strength and helps increase your confidence and exhilaration with the help of which you can take your skills to an advanced level.
About the Artificial Wall Climbing Activity
> The Artificial Rock Climbing activity is conducted at Camp Wild Dhauj, timings are from 08:30 am to 6:00 pm, although the timings are subject to change according to the season.
> This exciting activity takes you about 15- 30 minutes depending upon the route chosen.
> The artificial wall of Camp Wild Dhauj is 40 feet high, on which you get an exciting experience of climbing.
> Special care is taken for your safety during the activity, you are accompanied by a professional trainer, who gives you all the safety instructions related to the activity.
> You will be provided with certified high-quality Harness, Helmet, Carabiner, etc. equipment for better protection while Climbing the Artificial wall.
> All equipment is sanitized before carrying out the activity.
> Take some time out from your hustle and bustle and come to Aravalli Hills with an adventure activities vacation at Camp Wild.
Know Before You Go for Artificial Wall Climbing
> If you've come to Camp Wild, and you've also booked an Artificial Rock Climbing activity, for some reason the weather turns bad, the activity will be postponed, and wait for the weather to settle down. The activity will be done after clear weather.
> Arrive at the camp on time after booking the activity.
> You may also book the activity while at the camp itself and add to your existing package.
> Trainers may not ask any participant to do an activity they find unsuitable for them to do.
> The participant must be at least 6 years old to perform the activity.
> In view of participant safety, artificial rock climbing is not recommended for people who have recently had major surgery, who have fractured an arm, or are pregnant for more than 3 months.