Ever since its beginning the club has drawn and attracted students and faculty members who are keen on hill-walking and trekking. The members participate sporadically in various trekking programs organized by the club. The club also offers students opportunities 20 for personality development and enrichment by means of promoting environmental appreciation, awareness, and protection programs. Manali (elevation 6730 ft.) trekking trip was organized in October 2014. The group of 50 people including both teachers and students visited there. In the five days of trip both the students and teachers trekked around Rohtang Pass (elevation 13054ft.), Solang Valley (elevation 8400 ft.) and vashisth kund also. Rohtang Pass connects the kullu valley with the lahul spitti district of Himachal Pradesh Five days Trekking Trip to Jhanjheli valley in Himachal Pradesh was organized. 39 students and 08 teachers participated. Two Orientation Programmes were held for students with Power Point Presentation given on various treks undertaken in the college.

A motivational talk on Management of Adventure, Environment & Health was delivered on 18th Feb. 2016 by Padmashri Ms. Santosh Yadav, 1st woman to climb Mount Everest twice in 1992 and 1993.

A Half day Adventure Activity Programme was organized at Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF), Dhaula Kuan, Delhi. 40 students and teachers participated in adventure activities i.e. Rock Climbing, Zip lining, River crossing, Commando net, Burma bridge crossing etc. A Five day Trekking Trip to Tattapani-Koti in Himachal Pradesh was organized for 49 students and teachers.

Dr Savita Nigam