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5 Days & 4 Nights


8-18 yrs.


Dehradun Valley


26th Dec 2023

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As the warm summers give way to the cold winters, there can only be one thing on the minds of most kids - the winter break! And while kids are anticipating their break, there can be a few things on the minds of most parents: Where do we send our kids to? And what will they do?


‘Beyond the Wall’ has an exciting answer to your questions - a ‘Winter Camp’!


A few days spent in a good winter camp can be as valuable as a year-round education. How? Camps build character, friendships, and values with which kids can grow up to be independent and well-rounded individuals.


Based on years of experience working with kids in the outdoors, we have developed an itinerary for a winter camp based on one guiding principle - “To live together in the outdoors, building a sense of self, a sense of community, a sense of the earth, and a sense of wonder through fun and adventure.

Watch the video of our last Summer Camp to get a better idea of what you can expect from our Winter Camp - 

Our Philosophy

A way away from a future ‘ecological doom’ comes from sensitizing the people of tomorrow to many beautiful ecosystems of the present-day world. In lands yet untouched by technology, we see the real machinery of local communities working in great rhythm to keep their lands clean, functional, and calming. Having explored the Himalaya for most of our adult lives, we have come to realize that the more we connect with the great outdoors, the better we connect with ourselves. The philosophy behind Beyond The Wall’s Outdoor Education programs is built on this.

Every land we’ve crossed has piqued our curiosity and prepared us for the charms of the next. Through outdoor education that is the sense of wonder and connection with nature, we aim to inspire, in kids and adults. Be it through rock climbing where we have challenged our individual strengths, or pitching tents and cooking together in the wilderness, we have devised ways to function as a strong team and found a safe, reflective space to share thoughts.    

Through outdoor education, we develop an awareness of simple things like LNT (Leave No Trace), respecting people, being kind, and curious, and exploring the unknown without harming it. We learn to pack our bags right so they don’t weigh us down and build mud houses that let us revel in our love for all things natural. We have and will, by being outdoors, become the guardians of a better world.



Children in Nature:

  • Nature calms children, while simultaneously sharpening their focus and exciting their senses.
    Time spent in nature provides physical and emotional well-being for a kid's wholesome development
    Playing amongst nature reduces stress in children and bolsters their resilience


Character Development:

  • Through our activities in summer camp, kids will develop strong interpersonal skills through community living.
    The staff members who will work in the summer camp seek to know and understand kids as individuals. This helps kids feel heard and acknowledged.
    Through staff support, kids will learn to recognize and acknowledge their strengths and limitations.
    At the conclusion of the summer camp, kids will leave with a deeper understanding of what respect, responsibility, and resilience looks, feels, and sounds like.
    The social and emotional skills taught and learned at the summer camp are extremely valuable to carry forward to the outside world.  


Day 1: “Kids are coming”

12:00 PM - Welcome campers and allocate camps
01:00 PM - First camp meal and get to know each other
03:00 PM - Activities: Nine Square, gaga ball, more games, and fun activities.
05:30 PM - Evening refreshments and opening campfire.
06:30 PM - Camp ethics.
07:30 PM - Dinner 

08:30 PM - Round up with a letter to parents.

Day 2: What's up with the outdoors?

07:00 AM - Choose your own walk
08:30 AM - Breakfast
09:30 AM - All-day hike (Learn wilderness backpacking; communication, group dynamics, map reading and navigation, selecting and setting up your campsites, building fires, outdoor cooking, and following the concept of LEAVE NO TRACE the whole day)
05:00 PM - Refreshments in camp
06:00 PM - Downtime
07:30 PM - Dinner
08:30 PM - Round up and Bedtime


Day 3: Let's rock and roll

08:00 AM - Breakfast
09:30 AM - Wall Climbing and slacklining with  "Sound and Rhythm"
01:00 PM - Lunch
02:00 PM - Wall climbing and slacklining with "Sound and Rhythm"
04:00 PM - Biggest hunt of the winter "Instructor hunt"
05:30 PM - Refreshment 

06:00 PM - Downtime

07:30 PM - Dinner
08:30 PM - Round up and Bedtime

Day 4: Are you a creative one?

o7:00 AM - Theme walks
08:30 AM - Breakfast 
09:30 AM - Woodworking and Capture what you see

01:00 PM - Lunch

02:00 PM - Woodworking and Capture what you see

05:00 PM - Refreshment

05:30 PM - Skit evening
07:30 PM - Closing campfire and we celebrate New Year's.

08:00 PM - Dinner and celebration continues. 

Day 5: See you soon for the Summer camp.

07:00 AM - Last bit of packing

08:00 AM - Breakfast

09:30 AM - "Winter Carnival" and parents are coming.


Dining Hall:

The dining hall is one of the essential spaces of the summer camp. A place to eat, have conversations, and indulge in lots of laughter. We will brief kids about the day in this space and celebrate everyone's accomplishments. All meals will be prepared by keeping nutrition, health, and taste as priorities. All food allergies will be accounted for too.



Wall climbing, high and low rope courses, and sports equipment are all a part of the winter camp. Children will use these facilities under the safe guidance of our instructors.



Swiss tent with triple sharing, and a shared washroom.



Attractive, well-maintained ground, with vegetation all around and close to the River.



20,000 INR per kid (includes GST @ 5%)


Accommodation, food, transport for all days, camp facilities, in-camp activities, outdoor activities, equipment, outdoor education instructor and leader, community services hours, and certification.


Drop and pick up on the first and last day at the camp, anything apart from the includes.

Cancellation policy

We as an organization put in our hundred percent to make sure that you get the best experience throughout the camp with us. To do so we personally every small meal to each arrangement individually to ensure good quality and service.

However, we do understand that due to unforeseen circumstances, you might have to cancel your kid's camp. We will process the refund as below-

More than 30 days before the start of the camp or due to natural calamities- 4% cancellation fee
15 days - 30 days before the start of the camp – 15% cancellation fee

14 days - the start of the camp – No refund can be provided.


The money will be transferred to the bank accounts from where the payment was made within a week.

All our lead instructors are certified Wilderness First Responders, speak fluent English, and are qualified from various mountaineering and rock climbing institutes. They have previously worked with adventure and outdoor educational institutes, in different parts of the world.
Go to our Instructor's profile page to know more.

  • Itinerary
    Day 1 : Hotel stay at Kathmandu During the first leg of the journey, you will feel excitement, nervousness & adrenaline like never before. Thamel in Kathmandu is where you will experience the first wave of the trekking culture of Nepal, a unique mix of trekkers from all over the world. ​ Day 2: Kathmandu to Ramechap by Road. Ramechap to Lukla by flight. Trek to Phakding. Flying into Lukla is hands down one of the best flights you would ever take. So make sure you get the window seat on the left and enjoy the ride! The sight of the tiny village nestled in between the mighty Himalayas is mesmerizing. Added to that, is the fact that it is one of the most dangerous runways in the world! Thrilling, isn't it? And then you start your trek to Phakding post-lunch. It’s a three-hour trail and it's at a slightly lower altitude, so you can ease into it, most of it is a descending trail. Day 3: Phakding to Namche Bazaar. Crossing a couple of bridges and trekking on the well-established trail will get you to Namche. And believe us, you will see it all in this little town. We like to say - it is the capital city of EBC Highway. Day 4: Namche Bazaar. This day will be about resting and getting acclimatized so you can visit the museum or roam around the city exploring its culture. The best part of this day will be that you will be able to catch the first glimpse of the mighty Everest! ​ Day 5: Namche to Dole. This day will be about trekking through some serene and beautiful jungles/forest. As you slowly start ascending higher up, you will notice a gradual change in landscape. Day 6: Dole to Machermo. On this day of the trek, you will officially get closer to the higher altitudes and dry lands. You will no longer see villages and locals around, and the tea house will look like isolated army facilities.The dry arid landscape takes over the lush green one. Day 7: Machermo to Gokyo. Get ready to feel the altitude this day. We will be trekking through the Gokyo lakes, and it will be a challenging one. This day will also probably be the one where you will come to a realization of how tiny we truly are when trekking in between the mighty mountains, snow-capped peaks and vast lakes. Day 8: Gokyo Ri lakes. This acclimatization day will be one of the best days of the trek, where you can see a barrage of the eight thousanders’. You will also get to eat at the world’s highest bakery and maybe depending on your energy level, get to see more Gokyo lakes. Then we go to the Everest viewpoint to witness the sunset on Everest at Lake five. As an added bonus you will also get to see Everest from top to bottom, which is not seen anywhere else on the trek. Very few venture here so this had been added on purpose, as we want you to experience this magic. We then walk back under Moonlit Titans to Gokyo Tea house. ​ Day 9: Gokyo to Thangnak. This day is about a short walk across a mighty glacier. The short walk might not be as short as you think though. You will have to stay together and trek like one big family or else you might lose your way alone here! Day 10: Thangnak to Dzongle. Whatever energy you might have conserved till now will all be used on this day. Claimed to be one of the most tiring days of the trek, you will cross the Cho-la pass by traversing through the Cho-la glacier. It will test your stamina and endurance, but believe us, it will be worth it. Day 11: Dzongle to Lobuche. You will wake up to the beauty of Amadablam on this day. Amadablam is one of the most aesthetically beautiful mountain we have ever come across. You will then start your journey towards the Everest Base Camp. You will join the main trail to EBC here. Day 12: Lobuche to Gorakshep. Go for the sunset summit at Kala Patthar. This day will be the most magical and heartfelt experience on the trek hands down. This day has a lot of action, and as you trek you will understand why. You will touch the highest altitude of the trek at Kalapatthar 5,643 m and watch sunset on the worldest highest mountain. And at night you will sleep at the highest Tea house, probably in the world! Day 13 Gorakshep- EBC day: This morning we go for the sunrise summit. We trek to EBC post breakfast and spend most of the day at EBC. By late afternoon we head back to Gorakshep. We then spend this night here as witnessing sunrise and sunset on the peaks is what you have travelled so far for, so we have an extra day so that you don’t miss anything. Day 14: Gorakshep to Pangboche. Going up the mountain is optional but getting down is mandatory. So this day begins your journey down and there will be a lot ahead to be excited about. Day 15: Pangboche. Seeing Amadablam, the most beautiful peak in the region up close from its base camp is an experience to remember from this campsite. You can then visit the monasteries in Pang Boche in the morning. Day 16: Pang Boche to Namche/Jorsalle. As you descend lower, we can say this can be the day when it’s okay to visit some of those party houses if you want and choose your poisons. Here, we either stop at Namche or head to Jorsalle, which has a tea house by the river, a serene place. You can either shorten the next hike to Lukla by heading to Jorsalle or celebrate the evening at Namche. Day 17: Namche/Jorsalle to Lukla. Arguably one of the hardest days on the trek if you choose to stop at Namche, with a lot of trekking downhill involved. But then you can have the best sleep you have ever had at the end of the day! Day 18: Fly back to Ramechap What goes up comes down! And so, this day will be the end of this journey. From Ramechap, you will catch a transport to Kathmandu and end your trip on a bustling note. And since you would by then have EBC ticked off your list, we are sure there is no stopping you anymore and we will see you soon on the next one! Maybe on the Anapurana Base Camp trek or the quieter Khopra Ridge trek next time.
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
    1) Will the tea house room have Blankets/Quilts? Yes, they will all provide warm blankets and beds. But as an added precaution we will also provide personal fleece liners to every trekker. 2) Will I need Gaiters and Microspikes on the trek? If it is required, we will provide them when necessary. 3) Do I have a weight limit for my porter bag? Yes, we would like you to respect the mountains and their people and limit your weight to 10kgs. 4) Do I need to get insurance coverage? Yes, in case of medical emergencies or evacuations, helicopter charges will be covered by the insurance only if you have one. 5) Travel (Adventure Travel) Insurance Travel Insurance is ideal for everyone traveling outside their country. Your insurance should include adventure travel and sports, and should cover emergency rescue operations or helicopter lift-off when needed. Along with adventure travel insurance, it could cover personal accidents, medical expenses, and personal liability. 6) Emergency Rescue & Health Care Emergency rescue is conducted throughout the Himalaya in case of any accidents or sudden health deterioration. Helicopter rescue missions in such cases are covered by the insurance. However, you must check with your medical insurance before signing off on the documents. If not please make sure you get one before your trek. 7) Can I order anything from the menu and will that be covered by Beyond The Wall? Yes, you can order any one item from the menu at the time of the meal in tea houses during the trek and we will pay for it. 8) Food & Accommodation Rice and Lentil, popularly known as Dal Bhaat, is the staple diet of most Nepalese. Rich in proteins and carbohydrates, Dal Bhaat can be eaten anytime during the day. Along with many other authentic dishes, Nepal hosts the finest array of international cuisines; American, Thai, Chinese, and Continental, etc, along with fast food which is commonly found in base camp and tea houses. Oats, Muesli, Roast, Pizza, Pancakes, and sandwiches are commonly found in almost every trek trail. 9) Trek Permits A permit required to trek in Nepal will be provided by Beyond The Wall. 10) About connectivity, since you are traveling to a different country you can buy a local sim card or update your SIM for international travel. But it is not mandatory as Nepal is a wifi-enabled country with every hotel, cafe, and even tea house throughout the trek having wifi connectivity. If you still want to buy a sim you can buy it from the airport in Kathmandu. We recommend you buy a SIM from the operator called Namaste. To buy a sim you will need your Passport / any form of ID, a passport size photo, and around 1200/- Nepali rupees, ie. about 750/ INR. 11) Use of Electrical Devices and Connectivity Electrical appliances use 220-240 volts and 50 MHZ of power to operate in Nepal (Some countries use 110-120 volts of electricity, and accept very specific shaped plugs.) If your appliance’s plug doesn’t match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel plug adapter to the plugin. These adapters help fit your appliances in any socket. 12) Local Currency and Payments Most of your stay and food will be taken care of by us once you reach Kathmandu. For stay at Kathmandu, it is better if you exchange currency at the airport. Although many places in Kathmandu do accept Indian Rupees, it would be ideal if you exchange your currency here. There are many licensed money exchangers in the city. Make sure you carry enough Nepali Rupees for the trek if you want extra facilities like Wifi, hot water, packaged drinking water, etc. There are ATMs in Kathmandu where you can withdraw money using your debit/credit cards, but they will charge a nominal fee for each transaction. Please check with your bank that your debit/credit card can do transactions in Nepal. Keeping some spare US Dollars is a good idea. 13) Batch size We as an organization believe in giving the best of the experience that comes with the outdoors. We also understand that nature is something that is better experienced without much disturbance around and in calm solitude so, on the basis of keeping it a truly uplifting experience, we keep our group size limited to 10 trekkers per batch. 14) Tipping custom for guides and porters. It is a part of the trekking culture to tip your porters and guides.​
  • Inclusions
    Pre-Trek Preparation: As trip leaders, I understand how important it is to feel confident and prepared for any trek, especially a big one like this. That's why we make it a priority to check in with each participant regularly via phone calls, taking the time to listen to their progress and any concerns they may have. We make sure that everyone feels ready and fit for the trek to enjoy it fullest. Accommodation: Stay starts from hotel in Kathmandu on Day 1 till Lukla on Day 17. You will be staying in tea houses on all days of the trek. *The rooms in the hotel and tea houses can vary from single, double, or triple occupancy, depending on the availability. Meals: Three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and evening tea will be provided by us on all trek days. Included meals start with dinner at Kathmandu on Day 1 and end with breakfast at Lukla on Day 18. *At tea houses, you get to choose one menu item at the time of meal during all your trekking days.(Except alcoholic drinks) Hot water: One cup of hot water per person will be provided twice a day (Morning and Night Domestic Flights: Ramechap ⇄ Lukla Airport Transfers: With included Domestic flight. Internal Travel: The taxi fare from Ramechap to Kathmandu back is included. We will arrange for the means of transport as required. Safety Equipment: First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinder, oximeter will be carried by the trip leader. Trip Leader: Experienced outdoor leader with Wilderness medical knowledge/Wilderness First Responder certified. Certified Local Guide: A licensed guide with ample experience as a Himalayan Guide & with good communication skills will be a part of the team. Porter: You can opt to offload one backpack weighing not more than 10 kg. TIMS and Permit: Trekkers information Management System and Permit for trekking in Nepal will be taken care of.
  • Exclusions
    Internal Travel: Depending on the Airport rules, the Kathmandu - Lukla flights can be cancelled and only flights from Ramechap to Lukla run during certain seasons. In such seasons, the taxi fare to Ramechap and back will not be included. We will arrange for the means of transport as required. Rescue: Travel Insurance is not included. Rescue expenses incurred by helicopter, horse, mule or any other means are not included. Airport transfer: Transport from KTM International airport on arrival from your country to the hotel and back to KTM International airport after the trek is complete is not covered by us. We can arrange for means of transport if required. Phone, WiFi, and other battery charging costs – Tea houses in Nepal generally have an additional cost for extra electricity provided. Backpack Offloading of more than 10 kg. Hot Water for shower/bathing- Tea houses charge extra money for a bucket of hot water. Packaged drinking water is not included except in Gorakshep where you will be provided with 2L packaged drinking water. Any tip to porters or guides. Anything apart from Inclusion. Personal expenses of any kind.
  • Cancellation Policy
    We as an organization put in our hundred percent to make sure that you get the best experience throughout the trek with us. To do so we personally book tea houses for each of our treks prior to the trek date and ensure good quality and service. However we do understand that due to unforseen circumstances you might have to cancel your trek. We will process the refund as below- More than 30 days before the start of the trek or due to natural calamities- 4% cancellation fee 15 days - 30 days before start of trek – 15% cancellation fee 14 days - start of trek – No refund can be provided. The money will be transferred to the bank accounts from where the payment was made within a week.


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