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Himalayan Pilgrim: A Chronicle of Independent Trekking Through Nepal's Less-Traveled Regions

Tristan Higbee, "Himalayan Pilgrim: A Chronicle of Independent Trekking Through Nepal's Less-Traveled Regions"
English | ASIN: B00YHUBEX6 | 2015 | EPUB | 186 pages | 3,5 MB

Himalayan Pilgrim is a delightful account of two independent unguided treks through parts of mountainous Nepal that few outsiders have heard of. The treks were undertaken shortly before the disastrous Nepal earthquakes of April and May 2015 and describe an adventure through areas that were severely affected by the quakes.

A year after his trek to Nepal's Everest Base Camp left him absolutely exhausted, horribly sunburned, and hungry for more, writer Tristan Higbee is back in Nepal. When a new acquaintance in Kathmandu invites him to join her and her friends on a trek to the Langtang Valley (a place near the Tibetan border that he has never heard of), Tristan jumps at the chance. The first part of Himalayan Pilgrim is an entertaining day-by-day chronicle of the group's trekking adventures and misadventures as they spend eight days exploring Langtang National Park. They trek through lush green forest populated by monkeys, ascend the snowy peak of Tserko Ri (16,351 feet/4,984 meters), and go for a bone-chilling swim in Gosainkund, a partially-frozen high-altitude lake revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike.

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