Bum La Pass
If you don't have your own vehicle then it could be little difficult as both the offices are located 5-6 Km far and in opposite sides of Tawang. Also, its better to have carry enough copies because in Tawang Xerox per copy is INR 5 and double side INR 10 and the power cut is frequent. Also, if you plan to hire taxi for Bumla pass and Shungester/Madhuri lake then the permit needs to have taxi number and driver name. The general charges for taxi to Bumla pass n Shungester lake are INR 5000. You can try shared taxi if you can find people to share. #Stay at Tawang Hotel Mount view for INR 800. #Food Ama yangis good food Chapti n egg curry was nice.#Info Sunday mechanics are closed in Tawang and Bomdila so if there are any issues in your bike, you will not be able to get it fixed and this could alter your plan. This trip was originally published on Joey- my travels for your ease.
This breathtaking Chanderkhani Pass trek encompasses a plethora of jaw-dropping sights alongside the gorgeous environs of Himachal Pradesh.This trek is laden with a bunch of beautiful alpine pastures offering gorgeous views of some of the highest snow covered mountain peaks and open valleys. The trail requires walking through the blue Pine and Deodar, walnut, golden Oak and wild Cherry. The remarkable sight from the pass is magnified by the Bara bangal range towering high in the west while the Pir Panjal ranges fall in the north and Parvati in the east. A typical trek up in the hills of Himachal Pradesh, Chanderkhani Pass is one those Himachal trekking packages that is ideal for all trekking enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Camel's Back Road
Beginning from Library Point to Kulri Bazaar, Camel Back Road is one of the must visit area in Mussoorie. One can witness a sentimental dawn and dusk from this street effortlessly. A flawless approach to stroll with nature at all around, Camel Back Road is tad bit jammed in summers morning and evening.Visitors likewise get a kick out of the chance to appreciate snacks and astounding perspectives of Doon valley from this street. A 180 years of age British Cemetery additionally get guest eyes while strolling at Camel Back Rd. Auto Rickshaw or steed rides are accessible for the individuals why should not able long strolls. Camel Back Road is situated at the focal point of and one can reach effectively at Camel Back Road via autorickshaw or by foot. Closest rail is at Dehradun railroad station (34 kms) and air terminal at Jolly Grant Airport (56 kms).A wonderful tranquil stroll under the nature will dependably support placidness and inward peace. Camel Back Road gives the same involvement in Mussoorie. This 3 km long street is named as Camel Back Rd because of the vicinity of regular design of rocks formed like a camels bump toward the end of street.
Another beautiful nook in the Hauz Khas Village, this place is known for its extraordinary natural beauty and the greenery. It is an immensely detoxifying place away from the pollution of the city. the park is a favorite of morning and evening walkers and also for people who want to escape the hot summer afternoons. The animals here are left to roam in their natural habitat and the view of them from a far away distance is blissful. The Pind Balluci Restaurant is another attractive reason for which you would visit the place.
We started our day around 7am after having breakfast. As I started my trek after 15 minutes, I started feeling dizzy and I thought maybe I was trying harder. I rested a bit and fortunately it was getting better but the route was getting much difficult. I literally have to crawl my way even though one can find distorted steps made of rocks by the Gaddi shepherds. (A local tribe who travels each day across Indrahar pass over the snow and reach Chamba district on the other side). Halway through the trek, we have to cross a frozen waterfall which was very difficult because it is very steep and we have to made our way with axes to fir our shoes. One have to very careful because one wrong step and you can slide down almost 500m through the broken and slippery snow. Once we cross the snow, the rocky terrain continued. You can spot different species of ferns and flora (beautiful small yellow flowers surrounded our way). After bruising my elbow, slipping a lot more times than I expected I reached the top and the breathtakingly stunning from the top just worth every pain. Soon I traversed a bit sideways and reached the small mountain goddess placed at the top. It had taken 3.5 hours for me to reach the top from Lhasa caves. The other side was full of snow and there are no traces of any human as far as my eyes could see. I cherished the moment for some time and imbibed the fresh Himalayan air. One will literally feel above cloud nine here. The scenic view engulfed me and made me speechless. After some clicks I started descending downwards and it was not that easy as I expected. You need to have strong knees because it gets very strenuous to control your descent.