Langtang Diaries

I had a recent trek to Langtang from Kathmandu as a field-visit from the company where I work. The trek lasted 7 days and we went through civilization-clusters abandoned from April Earthquake in Nepal. The travel was hence long walks between camps far away, but the memory was just unforgettable.Here are some genuine pictures from the Himalaya.

 

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With Connors (Left), a mountain enthusiast from the U.S
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Mt. Ganesh says good morning on the first day of the trek.
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A local with donkeys (load carriers) on the way downtown for buying stuff.
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Mountains beyond the vista, somewhere on the trail
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Regulation from the National Park authority.
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Post-avalanche scene (stone rubbles) that wiped away an entire civilization of 400 people.
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A local Sherpa-Tamang yak shepherd.
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Yaks, the mountains cows grazing on the way.
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A snow clad hill opposite of Kyanjin-Ri. 
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On the top of Kyanjin-Ri
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A horse. (It was just cute)…..

 

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