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Old 7th August 2009, 11:44   #16
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Another good way to enjoy the trek to Rajmachi is to trek in winter. Start at 5pm in the evening. The trek through the night is real fun especially if you time it with a moonlit night.No safety issues if you are in a group. Accomodation is available in the gaon or you may even camp at the campsite up ahead.

Its very good fun and I have on many occassions met many senior citizens doing the trail without any discomfort.
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Another good way to enjoy the trek to Rajmachi is to trek in winter. Start at 5pm in the evening. The trek through the night is real fun especially if you time it with a moonlit night.No safety issues if you are in a group. Accomodation is available in the gaon or you may even camp at the campsite up ahead.

Its very good fun and I have on many occassions met many senior citizens doing the trail without any discomfort.
Rito buddy we are planning to do one very soon
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