Located in West Patel Nagar - 20 feet to 60 feet.
Situated in a park (under the control of the Delhi Development Authority) between the Qutab Minar and Saket colony. – 10 meters (approx.)
Located on forest land on the Delhi Ridge - 10 feet to 30 feet Around Delhi (best season, October to March)
Located about 55 kilometres from Delhi - over 250 routes of varying grades of difficulty - 10 meters to 40 meters.
Spires With rock towers going up to 15,000 feet.
Areas in and around Manali town, especially the village of Sethan offer many opportunities for climbing, while the Kullu Valley boasts exciting rock-climbing potential
The Nehru Institute of Mountaineering
The Institutes rock climbing area at Tekla is ideal for bouldering and climbing with a range of options for beginners as well.
The Gangotri gorge from Bhaironghati (9000 feet) to Chirbas (12,500 feet), a distance of around 20 kilometres, offers great potential for big-wall routes on granite walls. With a spectacular view of some of the greatest Himalayan peaks, this area is a popular spot for professional Indian and international climbers
Kanheri Caves, Sanjay Gandhi National Park
The boulders in the park offer some interesting climbs. There are a couple of sections where climbing is especially popular with beginners, while the other sections include a cliff and a 70 feet slab with good climbs.
With challenging boulders ideal for beginners, these hills have some classic long routes.
Located on the seafront, between the Manori and Gorai beaches, climbing on the cliffs here is only possible during low tide. The main stack is called the ‘Camel’, with rocks between 4 and 10 meters. The rocks are of good quality, and offer something for every level of climber.
The area has some great volcanic rock formations. The state mountaineering institute here (started, ironically, by the Gujarat government in the late 1960s) offers courses for beginners.
Brahma Kumari Ashram
This is the training area for the state mountaineering institute adjacent to the famous tourist attraction, Nakki Lake.
Adhar Devi Slabs
The slabs above the temple are perfect for beginners and have six routes approximately 150 meters high. Climbing on the slabs is fun, and you’re rewarded with great views of Nakki Lake and the old summer homes of the erstwhile maharajas of Rajasthan.
This destination remains an unsaid mecca for rock climbers in India. The magnificent natural granite-rock formations here offer numerous opportunities for rock climbing and some amazing possibilities for bouldering. Boulders, between 4 and 100 meters high, dotted amid ruins, are spread out over an area of 14 sq.km around Hampi.
From steep overhanging boulders to large sandstone cliffs, this area offers generous opportunities for climbing. There’s also potential aplenty for new routes.
An area around Bangalore, of a radius of 60 kilometres, boasts possibly the biggest concentration of granite in India. The rocks here range from 3 kilometre-long boulder fields to rock domes rising 300 meters. Some of the excellent climbing areas around the Garden City include Ramanagram, Savandurga (with a host of multi-pitch climbs), Thuralli and Raogodlu (great for bouldering).
Lying approximately 100 kilometres north of Chennai, this area is ideal for camping, hiking and rock climbing. This area also boasts of immense scope for a range of new climbs.