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DO YOU REMEMBER HOW WE WERE ASKED TO DRAW A LANDSCAPE BACK WHEN WE WERE KIDS? IDEALLY, THE NOTION WOULD BE TOWERING PEAKS, A RIVER FLOWING THROUGH, SUN RISING THROUGH THE MOUNTAINS, GRASSY PASTURES, BIRDS FLYING BETWEEN VALLEYS AND FLOWERS, WHICH ALWAYS ADDED TO THE ESSENCE. HOW OFTEN DOES A PLACE, WHICH SO PERFECTLY ACCUMULATES...
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Name: Sar Pass Trek Approx elevation: 13,800 ft Grade: Easy-Moderate Starting Point: Kasol Trek Day 1 : Kasol to Grahan village The Sar pass trek offers an absolute escapade and is recommended for beginners and moderate level trekkers. The trek route originates from Kasol and ends at Barshaini comprising four campsites in between. Grahan village...
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Name: Bhrigu Lake Trek Approx elevation: 4,100 m Grade: Easy-Moderate Starting Point: Gulaba or Vashisht, near Manali Have you ever thought to go to Himalayan Trek? I am sure you have. At least once in your life. Even thinking about hiking on high Himalayan Mountains is fascinating in its own way, isn’t it? sleeping in...
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Name: Bhrigu Lake Trek Approx elevation: 4,100 m Grade: Easy-Moderate Starting Point: Gulaba or Vashisht, near Manali It was the second week of August in 2014. Independence Day was approaching and I was all excited because of the accompanying weekend. 4 days of vacation is a big thing for an MBA college. This looked like...
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