Pandit Nain Singh Surveyor Mountaineering Training Institute Munsyari Located  in Uttarakhand is the famous hill station of District Pithoragarh at an altitude of 2200M . It borders with China on the North and Nepal towards its West: Average temperature during summers is around 20°C during summers.The aim of the Institute is to introduce and initiate young men, women and school children to the mountains and nature through its various Mountaineering and Adventure courses. Emphasis is laid on instilling the concept of Adventure and following conventional environmental guidelines to ensure environmental awareness and conservation.

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S4 Ski Course

New Dates Schedule due to  Weather Conditions

From 10th Feb  2017 to 23rd  2017

Reporting Time Before 9th feb 5:00 PM 

 INR ₹9000.00/Trainee(For Indian)

USD$400/Trainee for other Foreign nationals  

 
         
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**Course dates can be reschedule according to weather conditions    

Course 

Serial

Course

Schedule**

S4

Ski Course

INR ₹9000.00/Trainee (For Indian)

USD$400/Trainee for other Foreign nationals  

New Dates Schedule due  to Weather Conditions

From 10th Feb  2017 to 23rd  2017

Reporting Time Before 9th feb 5:00 PM 

Read Joining Instructions . 

Apply

**Course dates can be reschedule according to weather conditions

Course 

Serial

Course

Schedule**

Course Fee  
S4 Ski Course

New Dates Schedule due to  Weather Conditions

From 10th Feb  2017 to 23rd  2017

Reporting Time Before 9th feb 5:00 PM

 INR ₹9000.00/Trainee(For Indian)

USD$400/Trainee for other Foreign nationals  

 
         
Read Joining Instructions .     
**Course dates can be reschedule according to weather conditions    

About Munsyari

 

 Munsyari (2200Mt)

Its name refers to a 'place with snow'. Situated on the banks of Goriganga river, it is a fast-growing tourist destination, and mountaineers, glacier enthusiasts, high altitude trekkers and nature lovers commonly use it as their hub or base camp. Munsyari also falls on the ancient salt route from Tibet and is at the entrance of the Johar Valley, which extends along the path of the Goriganga River to its source at the Milam Glacier. It is inhabited mainly by the Shauka tribe. The town is surrounded by snow-capped peaks, with a key attraction being the trekking route to Khalia Top. Another must visit place is Pangti museum where Dr. Pangti has retained the artifatcs, books on history and culture of Kumaoun.

Pandit Nain Singh

He was a famous Indian explorer, surveyor, and cartographer, who dedicated most part of his life to the field of exploration and cartography.

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