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Title:OffroadPakistan | 4×4 Offroaders Club of Karachi
Description:4x4 Offroaders Club of Karachi
OffroadPakistan | 4 #215;4 Offroaders Club of Karachi
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K2 Base Camp Hike 2007
Samandari Baba: Seeking the Sufi Jeep Saint
Jay Shah #8217;s pilgramage to Mata Hinglaj
Vehicle Preparations before and after a trip
The Ford F1 Story #8211; From California to Karachi
Along the Hingol River
Khorwah Medical Camp, Views of Shakiba Shelley
August 5, 2011 ko 3 Comments
One could perhaps be forgiven for thinking that a off road trip to set up a medical camp for the villagers of Pakistan would be a mixture of mosquitoes, no running water and intense heat.聽 THINK AGAIN !!!.
As an Angraise, I found the whole experience to be both, humbling and exciting.
The whole journey started off from the Founders of the #8216;Off Road Karachi Club #8217;, sumptuous house in Karachi.聽 A convoy of five robust but yet luxurious jeeps set off for fun and adventure.聽 More vehicles became added to our convoy at later stages.
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Khorwah Medical Camp
August 1, 2011 ko 2 Comments
Photographs from offroadpakistan鈥檚 medical camp in the village of Khorwah, district Badin in Sindh. The group included doctors, veterinarians and volunteers from Karachi who were selfless in their efforts to give back to a community. Hand pumps were also distributed.
Photos courtesy聽Click here for the photo gallery. Writeups of the camp are incoming:
Psychosocial Dynamics of the Khorwah Medical Camp 鈥 an Overview
Faisal Kapadia in Dawn
medical camp
Help OffroadPakistan #8217;s Flood Relief
August 26, 2010 ko 1 Comment
OffroadPakistan and friends have put together an effort to help people effected by the floods in Pakistan. We are providing relief ourselves (delivery and distribution) in Sindh area. Right now it #8217;s food and essentials and temporary shelter. Next we would support run a refugee camp (our choosing of location) providing food, water, medicines/medical camps, clothing etc. Later help some really needful families to rebuilt their homes etc.
Since we are not an NGO, we have got the help of Behbood Association (local NGO) working far last 35 years #8211; they have set up a separate account for us, they will manage, supervise and audit for us.
If any one wants to help contribution can be sent to this account (details here)
Please pass it on to friends!
Hamid Omar
To find out more check these out:
CNN on our relief efforts: [OffroadPakistan] club members, family and friends raised money for supplies to the neediest survivors.
OffroadPakistan member Awab Alvi AKA Teeth Maestro #8217;s blog has regular updates on our relief efforts.
Faisal Kapadia #8217;s Deadpan Thoughts has frequent updates, as well as articles on DAWN Blog: Unity needed and A battle against time.
SA Relief: Coordinating Disaster Relief for South Asia also has updates.
Pictures from our 2nd relief trip are up on Facebook. Additional pictures by Awab here. Some are posted here.
Hamid Omar
CNN on 4 #215;4 Offroaders Club Karachi #8217;s Flood Relief Efforts
August 26, 2010 Abid Omar Leave a comment
Holly Yan of CNN caught up with our 2nd relief trip on August 24th and spoke with Offroaders Awab Alvi and Faisal Kapadia:
(CNN) #8212; #8220;Everywhere we go we see eight to 10 feet of water, #8221; said Kapadia, who traveled through inundated villages between Shikarpur and Sukkur. #8220;All we see are the tops of houses. #8221;
Just a month ago, Kapadia was a recreational rider in the 4 #215;4 Offroaders Club of Karachi. He didn #8217;t expect to use his off-roading skills to deliver life-saving supplies to flood victims across nearly impassible terrain and waters.
#8220;We never thought of that, #8221; Kapadia said. #8220;But when you see things happen like this, you can #8217;t just sit on the side and watch thousands of people die. #8221;
So club members, family and friends raised money for supplies to the neediest survivors.
So far the 4 #215;4 Offroaders Club of Karachi has distributed 100 tents and about eight truckloads of food.
Photo credit: CNN
Abid Omar
Pakistan Flooding 2010: link blog
August 17, 2010 Abid Omar 2 Comments
So far at least 1,500 killed, 14-20 million affected, 3.5 million children at health risk, nearly 1 million houses damaged, and $1-2 billion upwards of crop damage. Possibly the low numbers of people killed has resulted in the lackluster international response. A timeline is here.
Most comprehensive source for information is ReliefWeb #8217;s Pakistan Floods page. Frequent updates on news, situation, maps (lots of maps), and funding.
Dave #8217;s Landslide Blog #8212;an excellent overview of how the flooding began: The regular seasonal monsoon rains started on July 27th, initially impacting the Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa province (formerly NWFP). The following graph shows the sudden increase in rainfall in that region from July 29th.
#8220;The loss of life appears to have been the result of a combination of losses in the main rivers and their tributaries, flash floods in upper catchments, collapses of mud brick houses, and landslides. #8221; #8212;Dave #8217;s Landslide Blog.
Downstream the impact of the incredibly heavy rainfall on the Indus River catchment shows increased inflows.
Daily rainfall records from the Pakistan Meteorological Department #8212;you can map your own data! Compare the rainfall over the July and August 2008 and 2009 with what we see now. The worst seems to be behind us.
Devastating floods cut off parts of Pakistan: #8220;Shelter, plastic sheeting and household goods are the most important gap. Stocks need to be urgently airlifted to the affected areas. #8221; #8212;DAWN
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Abid Omar
Flood Relief
August 16, 2010 ko 1 Comment
The earthquake #8217;s that have hit Pakistan in 2005 and 2008 were regarded as the worst tragedy for the nation. Few have realized that the recent floods have in fact caused more damage then those earthquakes did. As per latest reports official figures stand at 1600 dead and 20 million left homeless.
The Monsoon rains began three weeks ago and have washed away roads, bridges and communications lines, hampering rescue efforts by aid organizations and the government. The downpours have grounded many aircraft trying to rescue people and ferry aid.
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Off-roading to Hingol
March 19, 2010 ko 5 Comments
I stood there amongst the trees, the wind moving through the leaves, making a whistling sound. The entire campsite was bathed in bright moonlight, so bright that you did not need a torch to cook something. Before me, the Hingol River flowed along lazily between the mountains, a silver serpent in a landscape that is otherwise harsh.
This reads like an excerpt from a fiction novel, does it not? Well one need only travel 240 kilometres from Karachi to make this fiction a reality. That is, if you have the gumption to make it out to Hingol National Park in Balochistan.
I recently had the chance to do so with the team of adventure travellers known as Offroad Pakistan. I refer to them as a team and not a group of individuals because that #8217;s what they are, and that #8217;s what one needs to make it through the terrain of Balochistan, which comprises bogs, jungle, mountains, and quicksand with a few wahgus (local slang for crocodiles) standing in as an audience. On this trip, the team included inventors, photojournalists, lawyers, doctors and a few lowly scribes such as myself, all with one thing in common: #8220;the love of nature. #8221;
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Expedition Poldat: The Laidback Show
March 3, 2010 ko 3 Comments
In Eposide 17 of the Laidback Show, Dr. Awab Alvi and Faisal Kapadia head towards Hingol National Park for a three day Expedition with offroaders from OffroadPakistan to conquer a natural gorge called Poldat in the Hingol National Park.
The ultimate offroad camping list
November 3, 2008 ko 3 Comments
There are camping lists, and then there are camping lists. This is one of those. There is the minimalistic school of thought which believes in grabbing just a shotgun and a wallet and heading off into the bush 鈥 but if like us, you get off the city to take a break and enjoy, than it鈥檚 nice to have all the essentials (and more!) along.
Keep this in mind 鈥 You must take everything you might possibly need from home 鈥 there is nothing (except oxygen) available on the way! Be prepared to change tires, dig your 4脳4 out from a lot of mud, and other such goodies.
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Khalid Omar
Concordia: The world #8217;s greatest museum of shape and form
July 2, 2008 ko 4 Comments
#8220;The world #8217;s greatest museum of shape and form #8221; is how Italian mountaineer/author Fosco Maraini described Concordia in his book, Karakoram. Galen Rowell called it the #8220;Throne of the Mountain Gods #8221;. Come 2007, somehow or the other, 5 of us from Karachi ended up hiking to Concordia, and on to K2 base camp.
Click here to see the pictures of the hike along with captions, and go here to see the travelogue of the hike.
Khalid Omar
30 years after the Indus River Expedition
March 30, 2008 ko 7 Comments
Sir, in December 2008 it will be the 30th anniversary of the historic 鈥淚ndus River Expedition鈥. This Expedition of three people started from Amb- Darband, upstream of Tarbela Dam, and covered 1,600 miles in 30 days right up to the 鈥渃ity of lights鈥 鈥 Karachi.
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KM Ali
Medical Camp at the Hingol National Park, March 14-17, 2008
March 7, 2008 ko Leave a comment
Our group has been approached by the Management of Hingol National Park to help them in organizing a free medical camp at Jhal Jhau for the villagers living along the Hingol River in the Northern Part of the Park. We are going for 4 days to Hingol, Baluchistan, March 14-17, 2008 and setting up a medical camp. Read on for the details.
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hingolKhalid Omar
Goran Gatti Jan 2008
February 16, 2008 ko 1 Comment
Click here to see the complete picture gallery of the Goran Gatti trip. This trip involved hardcore 4wheeling, as we made our way to the highest mountain, Goran Gatti, which is deep inside Hingol #8211; no vehicle has made it there before. We didn #8217;t make it there either, but it was a lot of fun trying!
hingolKhalid Omar
Information on being #8216;self-sufficient #8217; for those who would like to accompany us on one of our many off-road + camping trips.
February 3, 2008 ko 5 Comments
For those of you who haven #8217;t camped out in the wilderness under the open sky, here are some helpful hints and advise.
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Hamid Omar
A day #8217;s trek to a village near Besham, Kohistan
November 18, 2007 ko 3 Comments
#8220; / When Hamid Omar of 4 #215;4 Offroaders Club, Karachi recently completed the rebuilding of the 1948 Ford F1 Pickup, the family decided to take it on a long test drive from Karachi all the way to Besham on the Karakorum Highway (a part of the #8216;Silk Route #8217;). The trip was, in part, influenced by the invitation of one of their domestics of long standing, Shah Aalam, to visit his ancestral home situated at a mountaintop a few kilometers off Besham in Kohistan. Hamid and his wife Sabiha drove to Lahore on the newly rebuilt Ford F1, followed by Mahera and Khalid Omar in the Toyota Prado.
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Chasing Storms in Thar Desert
September 29, 2007 ko 15 Comments
A journey to Thar desert in Pakistan. The trailer is viewable here.
Mahera Omar
Hingol Flood Relief
September 28, 2007 ko 2 Comments
Hingol Flood Relief is a documentary about the devastation caused by the cyclone that hit the coastal areas of Baluchistan in the summer of 2007, and the relief efforts of a small group of individuals from Karachi for the scattered settlements in the Hingol National Park.
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hingolMahera Omar
Adventures in Hingol
September 14, 2007 ko 12 Comments
A recent trip of the 4X4 Offroaders Club to Hingol National Park in Baluchistan. The complete version will air on Aaj tv in the near future. The trailer is above, and the full version is below. Click here to read the article about this trip.
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hingolMahera Omar
K2 Base camp hike planning
September 6, 2007 ko 19 Comments
鈥 Like any long trip, we started planning this a long time ago. Some (Asad, me) had wanted to do a major hike for years, and Concordia was always at the top of the list of the many, many places to go hiking in Northern Pakistan. 鈥淭he world鈥檚 greatest museum of shape and form鈥 is how Italian mountaineer/author Fosco Maraini described Concordia in his book, Karakoram. Galen Rowell called it the 鈥淭hrone of the Mountain Gods鈥. Come 2007, somehow or the other, 5 of us decided to finally go.
The pre-trip preparations involved a lot of research, finding hiking and cold weather equipment, and trying to get into shape for the long hike ahead. Our plan is detailed below, and hopefully anyone else looking for information on planning this hike on their own will find it helpful. The pictures of the hike are up over here, and an article about the actual trip will be up soon.
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Khalid Omar
Google search for best offroad club
July 29, 2007 ko 3 Comments
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Offroadpakistan is the number 1 result on Google for #8220;best offroad clubs #8221; and for #8220;4 #215;4 Offroad #8221;!
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