Few insights on this trek:
1. It's a moderate difficulty trek, and is not easy for beginners. It's really steep too, you gain over 5480 ft., and also descend back in the short span of 2 days. Increase your stamina and have proper gears for the trek.
2. Do not forget to buy trekking shoes for this trek, as it can snow anytime on the mountains. Also, do it with trusted guides or adventure camps.
3. The best time to visit this trek is from May to September, the other times you can find a lot of snow that can make the trek a lot more difficult.
I might have dragged myself and slowed other people down, but the mountains have taught me to be compassionate towards everyone who’s with me on them. The decision of returning back from halfway without reaching the peak was painful, but I felt this from the bottom of my heart that there’s no shame in surrendering to this mountain right now. There would be numerous peaks that I’d climb in the future, but there’s just one soul who’ll remember how it once surrendered to a summit to be more stronger, more wiser, more mightier than it once was.