Tree Top Rope Course inaugurated in Darjeeling

Darjeeling, 25th December: A Tree Top Rope Course was inaugurated for the tourists, in Darjeeling, on the auspicious occasion of Christmas. The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute presented the Rope Course as a gift to Darjeeling and stated that it was the first of its kind in the entire North-East region.


The new attraction is mainly to promote adventure tourism in Darjeeling with the tourists having to cross different obstacles in the 30 feet tall rope bridges.


The Rope Course consists of 11 obstacles including Zip Line with the difficulty level of the obstacles varying from simple, moderate to difficult.

For ziplining from one rope to the other, an amount of Rs 50 per person is charged for individuals aged 7 years and above while an amount of Rs 40 per person is charged for a couple. For a 4 obstacle activity, an amount of Rs 100 per person is charged for individuals aged 8 years and above while an amount of Rs 80 per person is charged for a couple. For a 6 obstacle activity, an amount of Rs 150 per person is charged for individuals aged 12 years and above while an amount of Rs 120 per person is charged for a couple. For an 11 obstacle activity, an amount of Rs 250 is charged per person while an amount of Rs 200 each is charged for a couple.

Many people and children, dressed as Santa, were seen demonstrating the different obstacles in the Rope Course, today.

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