Chandrashila-Chopta/Trek (Delhi to Delhi)
🔜 23-26 Nov, 22-25 Dec, 29 Dec-1 Jan
Nag Tibba Trek (Delhi to Delhi)
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• Depart from delhi to Sari at 07:00 PM
• Enroute Rishikesh-Rudraprayag-Devprayag
• Reach Sari by afternoon, trek to Deoriatal (1 hour trek)
• Lake side camping
• Trek to Machaan and breakfast come to Sari- Drive Chopta
• Start trek to Tughnath and Chandrashila (5 km Trek)
• Come bact to camp site at Chopta
• Stay in tent, MUSIC + BONFIRE
• Experience sunrise again
• After breakfast we will leave for Delhi
Nag Tibba Trek:
Leave from R K Ashram, Delhi at 07:00 PM
Reach Pantwari and trek to base camp
Trek to Nag Tibba summit and back to Base camp
Trek to Pantwari anr back to Delhi by night
~Per person cost Cost: ₹ 8999/- ( any 1 trek)
~Discount of Rs 2000/- (valid only till 25 November 2017)
~Discounted Trip cost: ₹6999/-
~Booking amount: ₹2000
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I loved the idea of walking/cycling everywhere since my childhood in the village. Today, I love the idea of cycling a few hundred kms to go join the Golden Temple ‘langer’ as much as I used to enjoy cycling to the school.
For me, cycling is my way to create resistance towards society’s push to mainstream me! It’s my way to tell myself, I still don’t need to buy car and I still can spend hours to do something I love! .
This quick test ride goes to our lovely cycling community! Thanks Rajesh and Ashwin for helping me get back on saddle.
In Rishikesh to say Hi to Ganges and to see my dear friend @himalayanyogini
I stand transfixed as Langza La descended into the chosen mortal from Langza. I've been in this ceremony before, I remember how the whites of the eyes turn as flutes and cymbals reverberate in the air adrift with the fragrance of fresh Arrack and Chang which the mortals have brought with themselves as an offering and yet there's something different about this moment. In the idyllic settings of the endless expanse of Yulsa above Demul, with the Eastern wind humming a song of winter gone by, the vanillas of Chau Chau Kang Nilda glimmering in sheen of the sun filtered by cotton blues of the summer sky and a thousand sheep grazing around us, I felt an ambient calm descend onto the face of Earth, yet unembellished. The La walks around with his silver vessel brimming with the shimmering gold of Arrack, his timeless robes fluttering softly, his stride slow, eyes unfettered by the sheen of the periodic sun. And as he passes by me, he stops and he looks into me eyes. The vagaries of logic try to scale the moment with worldly explanations while my heart asks; Is this what oneness feels like?
Dia 5 / TRIP TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD‼️
Hoy hemos tenido la peor etapa de todas hasta la fecha. Bajar de 3800m aproximadamente a 3500m y despues subir hasta los 4400m de Dingboche ha sido mas duro de lo esperado. Respirar cuesta cada dia mas y hoy encima hemos tenido un dia con mucho viento y arenilla en el aire, mientras te pega el sol de pleno y te engaña con la temperatura. Tenemos que admitir que hoy hemos acabado reventados. Toca quedarse aqui dos dias para la aclimatación, lo que significa que mañana deberiamos de hacer un trekking de 4800m para acostumbrar al cuerpo, pero todo dependerá de nuestra energia mañana.
Gracias por todos los mensajes y por seguirnos! @franperez84 y yo estamos muy agradecidos! #dingboche#everest#mounteverest#tibet#nepal#mountain#mountainlover#trekking#himalaya#himalayas#topoftheworld#comunidadocr#spartanok#spartan#hiking#mountainhiking
// As Day Recedes //
Cloudrush at Kangchenjunga
On a trek through the Singalila National Park, (Sikkim-West Bengal), India, at one of the camp sites, Kalijhar we were waiting expectantly for the sun to set on the Kangchenjunga massif, which from our campsite seemed so very near. While we waited, the clouds which were rolling through the valleys below, took on some beautiful hues and the whole view was imbued with some beautiful light. And as the clouds rushed through, we clicked away, and then as if the show was meant just for us, the sun cast its last light and the clouds obscured the magnificent peaks from view. This is an experience I'll never forget, the sight of the mighty peak, so near, and those waves of clouds rolling through the base of the mountain and that seemingly spectral light.
The Kangchenjunga, is the highest mountain peak in India and ranked the 3rd highest summit in the world with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft). The highest mountain Kangchenjunga (there are 5 peaks in the massif of which Kangchenjunga is one) is located at the border of India and Nepal in the great Himalayas range, Sikkim.