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Old 15th June 2012, 17:46   #16
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Thats one awesome trip Aman and equally binding log. I was in Rsihikesh - Lansdowne at the end of May but some rafting, some rock climbing and some rappeling is all that filled their appetite for "adventure". I so hoped that they would agree to at least a couple of days trek..but that was not to be :(
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Thats one awesome trip Aman and equally binding log. I was in Rsihikesh - Lansdowne at the end of May but some rafting, some rock climbing and some rappeling is all that filled their appetite for "adventure". I so hoped that they would agree to at least a couple of days trek..but that was not to be :(
Thanks for the compliment newbie! Am sure you will prevail on "them" next time. Keep at it!
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I seem to find myself on all these himalayan tour threads without realizing how I got there. One of the best reasons to live in the Delhi region is how easy it is to get to the Himalayas I suppose.

Unexplored himalaya indeed! These are places that aren't frequented too much. I've put it down on my list thanks to you.

I loved the pictures! especially the one with icicles and the mountain range in the background .

Look forward to many more such travelogues from you Aman
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I seem to find myself on all these himalayan tour threads without realizing how I got there. One of the best reasons to live in the Delhi region is how easy it is to get to the Himalayas I suppose.

Unexplored himalaya indeed! These are places that aren't frequented too much. I've put it down on my list thanks to you.

I loved the pictures! especially the one with icicles and the mountain range in the background .

Look forward to many more such travelogues from you Aman
Hey Ashwin,

Thanks! And the best part is that there are enough and more places yet left unexplored / minimally explored in the Himalayas that can be covered in such treks. Garhwal alone has several other treks to enjoy like this one, let alone Himachal, Kumaon, Kashmir...
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