Waking up the Sleeping Buddha: My Winter Trek to Sandakphu-Phalut
Trek to Sandakphu | The Eastern Himalayan Ranges
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Among the Serenity of Clouds (Sandakphu Trek)
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Trekking Holiday- Sandakphu-Phalut(Singalila Trek)
An Amateur's Trek To Sandakphu, The Himalayas
Anyways I was ready for the day’s trek and we started at 6am sharp.The route to Meghma was not that tough and Rudra knew many shortcuts,though they were steep they helped us reach Meghma by 7am.I noticed one thing on my way that the mud water on the road has frozen.one cant make it out with bare eyes but once u put your stick on them,the ice breaks.We had breakfast ( Wai wai ) there at Meghma and left for Tumling at 7.30.The route to Tumling was mostly level and we reached there by 8.30…we had a good view of Kanchenjungha from there…after resting a bit we started for Joubari and reached there by 10.There were patches of snow in between on the road and on the slopes beside the road and it looked fantastic.and yes, on our way to Joubari came the Tumling Fatak from where you are officially entering the Singalila National Park and you have to pay Rs.200 entry per head and another Rs.100 for the camera....