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... Pass. The rain and mild hail had most Indians covered in one piece, head to foot weather gear (we call them snowmobile suits in Canada). There were food stands interspersed with parties throughout the mountain pass.
Little did we know that the worst part of our day lay ahead. We were less than 50 km away from Manali but it took us over 4 hours to travel that distance. The first hold up was a section of road that had washed away ...
Day 1 We left Manaili on our way to Leh at 7:00am. The first part of the journey was quite interesting. The rohtang pass crossing was ugly. Imagine the worst logging road you've ever seen then make it skinnier. Add some large boulders and about 20 river crossings, not to mention the 300 meter drop. It's what I think going over the rocky mountains would've been like in the early 1900s. There were so many vehicles on the road ...
Eight hours after leaving Manali, we are finally driving up the Miyar River Valley, hoping to make our way to the trailhead that night.
... the necessary gears, but the absence of winds in the night makes it easy for them.
We had to walk around 200 metres to reach the snow. The thin air made it difficult to breath fast. We had to walk slowly.There was snow everywhere. It was vividly beautiful. There was an igloo kind of structure. It was a temple and we had to remove our footwear to go inside. After much contemplation we removed our footwear. It didn't seem much cold, but the ...
... they know you? You first have to sign up for membership of some shawl association of Himachal Pradesh by paying 1000 as membership fees. He even went on to tell us to pay just 1000 now and pay the rest after delivery of all the goods. These girls were ready to sign up for it until a quick Google search revealed it was a huge scam and we immediately walked out.
Downhill, we went on to book taxis for the next day to Rohtang Pass. There ...