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Mountain magic in the himalayas

Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Oct 26, 2008 16:04
Hey everyone

Back to the plains few days back.. after meeting shroomz in tosh in parvati ..had to return soon because of a broken right hand. anyways, my babies(mountains) will come back i know.

Going to rishikesh next week.. and i might head to munsiyari like its mentioned on the 1st page... and darma valley trek in kumaon after rishikesh

This valley is the remotest in indian himalayas bordering nepal and takes us to panchchuli peaks base camp.. researching if it can be done right now in november..without tents at and one fractured hand.. if not then jaisalmer in rajasthan.

will upload the spiti pics asap.


           “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
sure_smoke_alot
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Posted : Oct 26, 2008 20:51
@lsd-25
u bugger u going bak??
but u have jus come!!
grrrr next life i want to be as lucky as u           the problem with valuing art is, till u dont understand it, it's worthless but wen u do understand it, it's priceless!!
shroomz
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Posted : Oct 27, 2008 11:49
@Karan, always a pleasure to meet you .. Please put up the Spiti pics .. Am sure everyone wants a peak at it .. They are just magical .. Each and every picture is magical .. Take care of ur hand .. Will speak to ya soon ..

Parvati was good but not my mindset .. Maybe soon we shall meet and head to Spiti ..

@Krunal .. I too wish that I was as lucky as Karan ..

Cheers !!           'Let's meet on the Otherworld - let's speak about the unspeakable'
Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Oct 27, 2008 12:43
Yess im on for spiti again next year .. both of you should plan something and both of you also know why i am lucky ..anyways spiti next year hopefully.. so we can all meet for a cup of chai at 3600 metres, my proposed trek next year is killung la and parang la.. if time permits.

wow this thread is a 3 man show.. strange

@shroomz > im gonna upload the pics asap... need to resize them though.

cheers guys and happy diwali.

           “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
sure_smoke_alot
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Posted : Oct 28, 2008 05:21
@lsd-25
next year i m thinking bout Valley of Flowers or Leh (Nubra valley)
lets see how things pan out           the problem with valuing art is, till u dont understand it, it's worthless but wen u do understand it, it's priceless!!
*lovenlight*


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Posted : Oct 28, 2008 05:59
noooooooo 3 man show...nahi hone doongi-
there is a girl now
@SSA: both the valley of flowers n leh are gorgeous but a bit touristy
nubra is stunning tho.
im trying to find my damn diary where i hv my trip details written to remember names of places visited since my memory is tatti.

but but but i hope to come home next year n just do nothing but travel and will def contact u guys for info
so travellllllllllll away till then
hv fun
mwah!!

          "END THE OCCUPATION!"

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Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Oct 28, 2008 06:53
Quote:

On 2008-10-28 05:59, *lovenlight* wrote:
noooooooo 3 man show...nahi hone doongi-
there is a girl now
@SSA: both the valley of flowers n leh are gorgeous but a bit touristy
nubra is stunning tho.
im trying to find my damn diary where i hv my trip details written to remember names of places visited since my memory is tatti.

but but but i hope to come home next year n just do nothing but travel and will def contact u guys for info
so travellllllllllll away till then
hv fun
mwah!!





haha lovenlight to the rescue... oye sana touristy is only if you follow or do what they are doing you can find lots of serenity in those places..valley of flower and nubra valley are beautiful places i am sure.

when you come here, i will not only inform you, but travel with you, which will bring me back to the point "wait for the time".

@SSA > Valley of flowers look doable for me... lets see what happens get Forest Dreams also.. he will be fun on those rainy days.

           “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Oct 28, 2008 07:37
Hurray.

Just found out darma valley and panchchuli trek can be negotiated in november.. im so going there..through munsiyari, jageshwar..and bageshwar.

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Asia/India/North/Uttaranchal/Munsiyari/

wooohooo

           “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
shroomz
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Posted : Oct 28, 2008 08:09
So seems like u have it all planned .. Darma valley it is .. Munsiyari looks stunning man !! Good luck mate !!

Cheers !!
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sure_smoke_alot
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Posted : Oct 30, 2008 05:31
finally some1 is going to munsiyari!! (i've been waitin for looong to go there)

happy journey karan take care of urself bro it's gonna be though in +3000mts the weather behaves strange sumtimes in nov.

@luvnlight
well i've been to both VOF & leh but i want my wife to see em'as they are surely 1 of the best places i've seen in the himalayas. yes they are kinda of touristy but as karan rightly said u sud know where to chill & they are also the best places to get my photography kicking & selling again           the problem with valuing art is, till u dont understand it, it's worthless but wen u do understand it, it's priceless!!
Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Oct 30, 2008 06:04
Yes krunal..i will be highly practical in this time of the year..no taking risks besides i also have narayan ashram to see in adi kailash circuit, the plan looks really organized.. i hope the weather doesn't misbehave its already in below minus degree in munsiyari as we speak so my woolens are out again.

Leaving tomorrow for rishikesh.

These are places to visit (kumaon)

Darma Valley trek (Dharchula to panchachuli peaks base, bugyals of nagling) ( 7-8 days )

Munsiyari (khalia top, kalamuni top, lilam village etc)
Chaukori
Jageshwar (Vridda jageshwar, Jhakarsam)
Binsar (Santuary)( Leopards)
Bageshwar
Almora
Kasar Devi

Be right back with the pictures
           “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
*lovenlight*


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Posted : Oct 30, 2008 13:40
bon voyage

          "END THE OCCUPATION!"

"We cant solve the problems that we created with the same thinking that created them"
sure_smoke_alot
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Posted : Nov 3, 2008 09:35
@lsd-25
dont forget to go to dantu village the view of panchachuli peaks from there is jaw dropping           the problem with valuing art is, till u dont understand it, it's worthless but wen u do understand it, it's priceless!!
Meta-Morphosis
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Posted : Nov 4, 2008 07:15
Yes yes baba.. i will to be there.. hopefully the weather remains good..heading to bageshwar tomorrow.

cheers from rishikesh.
Har har mahadev            “What we need is the development of the Inner Spiritual man, the unique individual, whose treasure is hidden in the symbols of our mythological tradition and in man’s unconscious psych.” - CJ Jung
Bloodclot
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Posted : Nov 5, 2008 07:28
Finally making my first trip up North in the first week of December. Been to most of the national parks in MP so now I'd like to see the Great Himalayan NP and Pin Valley NP. Haven't really decided on where to go after that. Any Suggestions?
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