OMG, Kids In Hunza Are Ice Skating And Playing Hockey On This Frozen Lake And It’s So COOL

By Kashaf | 23 Jan, 2018

The harsh weather conditions in the northern areas of Pakistan can often limit the number of leisurely activities that children can engage in during their free time.

source: the.ismaili/

The Aga Khan Youth and Sports Board in Hunza is organizing a fun-filled ice skating and ice hockey event on January 30th in the Passu village of Gojal Valley for the second year in a row.

The board launched the Sports Fellowship program in 2015. It is a great initiative in attempts to improve sports skills of the youth in the region.

source: pamirtimes.net

Different age groups are participating in the ice-skating and hockey event that is held at the 57 km long Batura glacier on the frozen Borith Lake in Hunza Gojal and it’s amazing!

source: the.ismaili.

Teenagers are seen practicing ice-hockey for the event which is scheduled for January 30th.

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People had nothing but good things to say about the event

source: PAMIR TIMES/ Facebook

 

Who knows what this event will motivate the children to do

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Nonetheless, it brought happiness to everyone

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Check out this video of the teenagers practicing for the event

 

This is definitely a great initiative, and we hope the event is a success!


cover image source: the.ismaili/

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