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    September 5, 2016
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    An outdoor enthusiast goes on her first basic Wilderness First Aid course, and learns how to act in an emergency. You’re out in the backcountry, somewhere deep in a bugyal, (alpine meadow) about 5000m above sea level on a Himalayan peak. Blue sky, white clouds, snowcapped peaks and acres of green around you. While you float about in the beauty, your friend stops […]

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    December 7, 2015
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    Margaret Groff has been walking her art students over to the Hanifl Centre the past few weeks to sketch a collection of moths. These sketches will be accurately enlarged, redone and displayed in school. The spectacular moth collection include some rare specimens that have been put together by Peter Smetacek and his team since 2014. Peter is one of India’s leading lepidopterists. He has […]

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    November 30, 2015
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    Scottish Outdoor Educator John White visited Mussoorie last October, as a guest lecturer at the Mussoorie Writers Mountain Festival- during his time here the Wilderness Education Course students had the privilege to work with him on a wilderness first aid night scenario, as well as getting insights in to the outdoor industry and it means to ´adventure´. We chat with him about his passions and […]

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