With the first three QParks Tour Stops leading the way of the Tour around the Alpine area, we can't wait for the 4th QParks Tour Stop and the Blue Tomato Plan P on the 28th of January 2017. What riders have to look forward to is a super sophisticated slopestyle course, plenty of airtime and even more creative jib elements. Ready or not, the Blue Tomato Plan P will transform Austria's Superpark Planai into a shred area!
Ganga Kayak Festival
Kayaking at the Ganga Kayak Festival
The Ganga Kayak Festival is really a once in a lifetime experience, as you will find yourselves kayaking the sacred waters of the Ganga, competing where millions of people gather each year as pilgrimage.3
Taking place on February 17 th to 19 th, the Ganga Kayak Festival is open to all kayakers Pros, intermediate, juniors and women. With 5 events to choose from, everyone can compete. The five events are: Sprint, Giant Slalom, Boater Cross, Mass Boater Cross and the Rafting Championship.
The event is organized on an annual basis on the Ganga River near Rishikesh in February/March and it’s gathering athletes from the local kayaking community, as well as from the international kayaking circles. The kayakers are gathered for a fun-filled competition among people who share the same love for the sport and also to show off their skills on Ganga’s white waters.
Rishikesh is a beautiful place, considered to be the Yoga Capital of the World and the Gateway of the Garhwal Himalaya. You can get there by air: The Jolly Grant airport in Dehradun is the closest to Rishikesh at approximately 35km/21.74mi away. Being such a popular tourist destination, Rishikesh is easily reached by bus as well from all major towns, like Haridwar, Dehradun and New Delhi.
For registration, click here
For more info on the schedule, click here
See you in the river!