Bhote Koshi Express is an International kayaking championship. It is as extreme as it can get when it comes to whitewater. This is the event of the year, not only in Nepal but in the entire Himalayas. Nepal Kayak & Canoe Club is proud to organize the second edition of the Extreme Kayak Championships. The place has not been picked up randomly: the Bhote Koshi river is internationally recognized for its whitewater and it is one must…Our event will be hosted at Boarderland Eco resort and the races will be in various section of the river including the most famous rapid of the river “frog in the blender”. 

The Bhotekoshi has two completed dams and work on a third dam has already begun. The NKCC Bhotekoshi Express may become the first and the last extreme event on this world-class river. We will be film documenting the entire event and through it we plan to show the world what we are going to miss once the hydro electricity project is completed.

This three day event will showcase GIANT SLALON AND SPRINT race. The title “KING/QUEEN OF THE HIMALAYA” 2016 will be awarded to the fastest paddler of the event. NPR 400,0000 worth in total prize will be offered to the winners. The competition will host open man and women category.

What: Bhote Koshi Express Extreme Kayak Championships (King & Queen of the Himalayas)
When: 27th-29th October, 2016
Where: Borderland Eco Resort, Bhote Koshi river
Who: National extreme paddlers and International extreme paddlers

For more info: http://whitewaterfest.com
Email: info@nepalkayakclub.org
Call: +977 980 3471 475

** The Nepal Kayak & Canoe Club

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The NKCC has been created in 2011 as a non-profit organisation committed to promoting education, certification, skills development, professionalism and opportunities for Nepal’s whitewater community. The club aims to act as community meet-up point and to help young Nepali kayakers hone their natural talent and progress into world-class kayakers, certified instructors and guides. So far 55 members have joined the NKC, from Nepal but also from abroad, coming from 8 different countries such as France, Canada, Iceland, United Kingdom, France, USA etc. In 2015, the NKC received the Paddle For Purpose Award from Canoe & Kayak Award. It came as a great reward for the long-term achievements of the club but also for the missions it organised in remote Nepal to help people affected by earthquakes that hit our country in April and May 2015.