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... of lorries on the road too. probably 10 lorries to every car. Apparently there is a huge cement factory near Shimla - no wonder we were covered in dust!
Anyway there isn't really much else to tell you about the trip except how beautiful it was and to let you enjoy the photographs.
Please excuse the quality of some of them - they were all mostly taken from a moving car - the trip would have taken a week if we had stopped for every Kodak moment!
... forest is on the other side of the mountain, you will still experience some of it on this trek. Though this part of the forest is not very thick.
In about 2 hours, you will be able to see the south side of the peak. The temple is right on top of this part but you will not be able to see it from here.
Soon from here, you’ll find the trail up to the peak in bad condition. The trail has a lot of rocks ...
... we would end up being stuck somewhere! Where he had decided to climb down the rocks next to the pipe, he should have headed up and to the right instead. No path was distinguishable from here though, so I grabbed an iron bar and cleared away some of the vegetation on my way back up to the main path, as a hint in case anyone finds themselves in a similar situation!
After arriving back in Tosh - rather quickly now that I knew this part of the ...
... my guide-porter. He hardly speaks any English but I didn't think this would be a major problem - all I had to do was follow him!
The route down to the bridge over the ferocious Parvati River was a pleasant hour's hike through fragrant pine forest. Up the other side the countryside became more open, and we passed through the village of Nakthan with fields round about (from where, two days ago, the local whistled and waved for me to climb up the mountainside ...
... attention to the arrows painted on rocks and the path itself, and I gradually found that the path I was following got less and less well-trodden. Then in places it would disappear for a stretch but would re-appear a little further on. In retrospect I should have realised that I had inadvertently taken a wrong turn off the main path, but because I was still heading in the right direction with the river to my left, I pressed on. But then I came to an impasse. ...