Author Topic: North India Trekking Trip 北印度行山之旅 (23 Aug - 11 Sep 2002)  (Read 152436 times)

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I found some more picture of the trip in our organizer Spencer's web site.

These pictures were taken in the first part of the hiking. The altitude was between 3000m to probably 4000m where we still could see big trees and green grasses.
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The first pic was the first high pass before decending to near road side camp site to replenish our supplies.

The second pic was at the road site camp site where we would get resupplies and the first and once chance to take shower.

The third pic was at the highest point of this trip.

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Our hiking trip was in Aug, and we were among the few last groups to walk the trail before it closes for the winter. On the last day of the hiking, it actually snowed overnight. We woke up to the white world outside of the tent.

The second pic is crossing a river. We can only cross inthe morning, before the melting snow raise the water level too high and too dangerous to cross.

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More pictures can be found in Spencer's web site Catbus Adventures. He was working at the YMCA sports section, until 2004.

http://www.catbus-adventures.com.hk/pasttrip07.html

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Only 4 pictures worth posting? Including one peeping tom pic...  ;D