A desire to live in the wild, in the forest, along the river streams and more close to nature led our path to a climb upto 3700 Metres, Lambhri top.
We checked all our camping gear, groceries for four days, butane Gas stove, extra canisters, rain covers, power banks, gallon for water, hiking poles, and became mentally ready for a mid level challenging ascend to 3700 metres.
We started around 10 in the morning, walked around the forest cover, finding ways forward, ended up to the water source amidst dense forest with a cover of lots of wild animals, early in the evening
Did find out a plain surface to pitch our camp for the night. We do had a fear for wild animals that entire night, but did what we could. Music definitely causes noise pollution in the mountains, but it scares animals away. We also created a lot of smoke nearby and cleared outside food residuals too, so that they don't come around.
We cooked some quick noodles and daal chawal for the night on the butane Gas we had carried
We couldn't see much, we were decently tired and slept early in our camps.