"a life changing experience" it may be called. it was after this trek i realised my heart was born to wander and this wanderlust was incurable. it was my first trek and also the first experience in the mighty himalayas. this trek was special in many ways . i had just given my jee exam that time and i had been saving money from my pocket for a year. i never told anyone about what i was planning not even my family. also i was on my own and solo unlike the other trekmates many of who came along there friends or family. it was one hell of a life in those camps. exhausting climb,those mysterious stories about each base camp and how they were given a particular name , evening soup in the lap of himalyas , games ... every bit of it was worth it .
this is a free advice to anyone who is reading this - atleast once in your lifetime just go for this trek 'be there at roopkund' . it will teach you many aspects of life . and this one my friend is a very important advice originally from my trekmates who were actually couple- if u are in love and are looking forward to a marriage just bring your partner to a trek and u will know how well they can support you in life despite the hardship and all the trouble.
cheers to this one hell of a trip - Roopkund