Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand to host adventure cycle rally in May to promote tourism near Indo-China border

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According to the most recent turns of events, an adventure cycle rally will be coordinated in the second week of May from Gunji to Adi Kailash in Pithoragarh, in the hope to stimulate travellers to visit towns near the India-China border. Authorities added this will assist with drawing both nature fanatics and adventure devotees to the region.

In a proposal to vitalize towns near the India-China border by means of adventure tourism activities, an adventure cycle rally will be organised in the second week of May from Gunji to Adi Kailash in Pithoragarh, an authority said on Thursday. "The rally, 'Towards Adi Kailash,' will be available to all adventure cyclists," Pithoragarh District Magistrate Ashish Chauhan announced. Such an occasion is being coordinated initially for a border town, he asserted.

Partakers of the rally will have to cover a distance of 36 kilometers from Gunji town to Adi Kailash and return, the authority added. "A happening like this is being coordinated as Union Minister of State for Defense Ajay Bhatt is taking a distinct fascination with vitalizing border towns through such adventure exercises," Chauhan said. "We have trained officials to form a center advisory group to care for the execution of the occasion and make legitimate courses of action," the DM said.

Further, a 10-day national level trekking journey from Khaliya Top to Rurkhan has been hailed off in Munsiyari. North of 300 adventurers from 17 states are participating in the occasion.