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Old 1st November 2016, 15:24   #46
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Default Re: The Frosty Climb to Goecha La

Thank you DriveTrain. Glad that you liked it
Originally Posted by DriveTrain View Post
Thank you sayakc for keeping us spellbound and taking us through a sublime and ethereal journey through your eyes.

Your narration and craftsmanship with the camera is scintillating indeed, leaves us yearning for more.

You should be able to do it when you can walk for 15 kms. The running aspect is not required. In the mountains what matters is your strength, tenacity and whole lot of confidence!

Originally Posted by sentra26 View Post
Not much of a runner but I can walk 15 kms easily. So hoping that I would be able to do this trek. Also, close to being 40 I would need some positive assurances
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