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... dark the monkeys in the trees began going nuts, our guide interpreted this as a tiger being near by and Kaylina started getting a little rebellious. She did not want to move forward, as instructed, and started throwing dirt everywhere. Bottom line, no tiger, it was dark and we headed back to camp, ate and called it a day hoping that our jeep safari ride tomorrow morning would be produce better ...
... been the next Kalpavriksha!!
When the wait was not turning into anything fruitful, with no idea of when the roads will open, the drivers decided to go back to Rudraprayag, and check us in so that we will atleast have a place to stay overnight.
We drove back to Rudraprayag and the hotel people there told us there was no water and electricity there and no point in staying there.
Few phone calls later, the drivers decided to take ...
... of the day. I clicked till my camera refused to click anymore. Griffons 10 feet away. Reminded me of how we clicked vultures in Ramnagara.
We celebrated Independence day in Auli at the resort. After a short flag hoisting session and some sweets distribution, we set out for some local birding around the resort. Very eventful trip cos we saw one bird which we then thought was the great barbet and turned out to be a woodpecker at like 5 feet distance. J
... If the weather is clear this will probably be a sight you will not forget in your lifetime
You can take a bus or taxi from Rishikesh via Rudraprayag and Chamoli to reach Chopta, the base camp for the trek to Tungnath. Another possible route is via Ukhimath and Doggalbitta on the Badri-Kedar path. From Chopta, a 3.5 kilometers' trek will land you at Tungnath Temple.
Today's 13 kilometre hike was through forest interspersed with upland grassland. A long downhill stretch led to a bridge over a river far below, which was necessarily followed by a long uphill stretch to our lunch spot. Another couple of hours' hiking after lunch was over undulating terrain with a final hard slog uphill to 2800m to tonight's campsite above the village of Pana. The campsite is situated on the side of a mountain in a grassy meadow ...