Next day, we woke up around 8 and missed the sunrise but confessed to our own self that sunrise is still best. But the golden crust sunshine made us to rest outside our camps while having out tea, sip by sip. After realizing that it is getting too late, we left our campsite at 11 am and started walking for our next campsite for which people told that it will take around 4 hours to reach .But it took us complete 6 hours to cover 7 kms and reach the Brahmatal campsite. Actually, as soon as we came out of the oak forest (which I forget to mention earlier that we were walking through the oak and rhodendron forest throughout our journey) and were walking on the steep gradient, we had a complete and serene view of great Mt. Trishul and on walking further over the ridge, the mountain range started approaching us and we got ourselves covered with the mountain ranges once we made it to the Jhandi top.
We had a view of Mt. Trishul on one side and Mt. Nanda Ghunti on the other. We went along the ridge and soon discovered a 3d pattern of mountain ranges in layers. The view is too soothing and makes one to stay at the top for long and click many photographs. Further we descended down to reach the Brahmatal campsite where we settled up our camp for the night. We took a walk to Brahmatal Lake which is about 500 mtrs from the campsite and gives a perfect reflection to the sunset golden rays. We stayed near the Lake till the sky went little dark. Then we had our dinner and went to sleep.
Next morning , again a lazy day started and we kept on basking in the morning sun having our tea , sip by sip. And finally we wrapped our tents and left at about 10:30. After walking on a steep ascent for about 4 hours and having an illusion of top at many ascent top , we reached the Brahmatal pass and got a prime spot to have our lunch(which we got packed from the campsite). The 360 degree view of mountains is mesmerizing and worth remembering. The 180 degree is the Great Himalayas and the rest is Shivalik ranges. We witnessed Chaukhambha, Mandi, Mana, Nilgiri, Neelkanth, Trishul, Nanda Ghunti and Maitoli.
After having a fatigue rest and a warm lunch, we started descending to reach Tilbudi campsite and were able to see the complete view of valley which is wide open and looks too cool. After walking for another 1.5 hours , we reached our tilbudi campsite where we rested for the night and enjoyed bonfire with a little music.