Mussoorie Mountain Festival 2019 – Let's Be Outdoorsy

Mussoorie Mountain Festival 2019

Make your way to Mussoorie in March as the Hanifl Centre and Woodstock School are celebrating the Mussoorie Mountain Festival 2019 in just a few days from now. Here’s a low down on all you can look forward to at the festival.

Hanifl Centre and Woodstock School are organizing the Mussoorie Mountain Festival 2019 from March 7th – 9th, 2019. A three-day festival where speakers from around the world will discuss topics related to ‘Health and Risk Management for Outdoor Programmes in the Himalaya.’

Mussoorie Mountain Festival

Day 1 of the event will start with an Inaugural ceremony followed by movie screenings from the Indian Mountaineering Film Festival 2019 and end with Live music performances in the evenings.

Day 2 will witness a series of talks by veterans of the climbing industry along with a live demonstration on first aid scenario ending with a climbing workshop.

Day 3 will see a series of movies, case studies and talks by veterans of the outdoor industry on topics like River Running: Safety and Accident Prevention by Vaibhav Kala, Enterprise Risk Management for the Outdoor & Adventure Industry of India by Mark Vermeal and more.

Mussoorie Mountain Festival 2019

Come and be a part of this festival to soak in some knowledge speakers like Kuntal Joisher, the first vegan to climb Mount Everest, Dr. Seth Hawkins, an award-winning Emergency physician, Prerna Dangi, national champion in rock climbing with a significant number of climbing and mountaineering experiences, Dave McEvoy, founder of Aerie Backcountry Medicine and many more. Also, experience a live music performance by ‘Traffic Jam’ a Manipuri band, based in Delhi and Singer/song writer Ady Manral. Be a part of this immersive festival to get your dose of outdoorsy stories.

To know the complete schedule of the festival visit http://haniflcentre.in/mussoorie-mountain-festival.php or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HaniflCentre/

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