Moving on, today I visited Tsomgo lake and also did the Asia's Highest Ropeway at 14000+ feet because the Nathula Pass and Baba Mandir were closed due to heavy snowfall on the road. If the roads were open, we couldn't have possibly done the ropeway. There are specific documents and passport size photographs you need to carry with yourself if you need permits. Keep all documents and photographs handy as the charges for a black and white xerox is 8 times what it is normally. Your tour operator will brief you more on the topic.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: The path is too dangerous and slippery. One wrong step and you fall into the frozen lake. There will be no rescue team to save you in that case. Do not rely on the boots that the shopkeepers rent. Wear a good grip shoe and make sure it's warm enough else you might have to let go of some of your toes to frostbite. Though I had a decathlon trekking shoe, I had to step carefully. If by any chance you get hurt, try keeping that place as warm as you can. I got hurt while getting out of the car and I applied balm and covered my head to keep the blood flow running. The cold can clot blood from internal bleeding if you get hurt.
After returning, I visited MG Marg again and did some shopping and dining. The overall cost for the above trip was about ₹1200 per head but as the two locations were not allowed permits, it reduced down to ₹750 per head.