NALS – National Adventure and Leadership School

Everyone has heard of the majestic Himalayas creating magic on us. It represents the awe-inspiring power, beauty, and grandeur of nature. And visiting Himalayas can rarely be separated from the spiritual mind due to the close association of the Himalayas with mythology and ancient scriptures. What if it is combined with an adventurous trip with basic trekking and camping services ? Exciting, isn’t it ? So, those who are inclined towards this fun-filled spirituality, there is news.

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National Adventure and Leadership School (NALS) has an adventure program for every age group between ages 8 to 80 with tailor made programs to cater to individual or group requirements. The minimum group strength for tailor made programs is 8 and maximum can go upto 40 depending on the terrain and logistics available.
Most programs are designed around core objectives – to give participants an insight into survival and leadership.

The NALS campus is located on the Kullu – Manali highway at Kalath in Himachal Pradesh.

While some programs e.g. ice climbing are pure adventures and give a high adrenalin experience, some other are purely for the spiritual oriented and majority of the programs are for people like us who take a mid-path. These high altitude expeditions and peak summit programs are generally planned in advance to provide for logistics and planning and to prepare the participants for the physical and mental challenges posed by such daunting tasks.

NALS comes up with various programs at Kalath campsite, Manali, Himachal Pradesh. Some of summer programs are 7 days / 6 nights program for students of (8-25 years) and a 4 days / 3 nights family bonding and adventure program for ages (6 to 70 years). What do you prefer? 🙂
To know more details about the programs or to register yourselves please refer to their lovely website or contact paras@nals.in

9 thoughts on “NALS – National Adventure and Leadership School

  1. This is very interesting…I remembered the time I spent at Western Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Manali while I did my Basic mountaineering Course there. I guess this picture is of the Beas River where we too learned river crossing. I have spent almost a month in WHMI institute, but, still I feel like going back there. I remember a famous quote – Country roads, take me home, to the place I belong. By John Denver Thank you for a very interesting post.

  2. I must tell you that these guys know what they’re doing – the adventure thrills and trek arrangements were simply brilliant.
    Equipment, tents and food – too good
    NALS is highly recommended…!

  3. a couple of my friends have registered for their June program; part of the program costs is being donated towards free eye surgery for the poor; i’ll go in their Sep batch.

  4. Raman,
    Welcome here. Glad to know that you’ve attended their program and could provide us a feedback. I am sure many will join the course.

    Purush,
    I welcome you here.
    Are you at the same place as Raman ? Are you two friends ? 😛

    And that’s a very noble cause you guys are promoting for. Keep it up and let us know once you attend the camp.

  5. Very nice, i’m discussing about your program with my friends, thanks for the nice opportunity. Its a dream for us to see himalayas

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