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1 72 hours ago
Mardi Himal trek in Annapurna Conservation Area.
I hiked up to the alpine elevation ~4500 meters in ~24hrs. Woke up at 4 am to see the clear sunrise over the mountains. Then hiked all the way to the valley along the river at about ~1500 meters to stay in another guest house next to some hot springs. Was a long day. And loved every second of it.
Of course I had to get a dorky pic of myself with the peaks Annapurna South (7220m) on the left, and Patal Hiunchuli (6441m) on the right. The other peak Machhapuchhre (6997m) has a unique shape at the top which earns it the name Fishtail.
I was totally in love with the damp mossy forests between 2000-3000m where I was trekking though some fairytale fantasy. #Nepal#nepaltravel#nepaltrek
@potatospeaks RARA TAL
Rara Lake (Nepali: रारा ताल) is the biggest and deepest fresh water lake in the Nepal Himalayas. It is the main feature of Rara National Park, located in Jumla and Mugu Districts. In September 2007, it was declared a Ramsar site, covering 1,583 ha (6.11 sq mi) including the surrounding wetland
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3 292 hours ago
Even Sagarmatha aka Everest experiences traffic.
@everestofficials -The world’s highest mountain witnessed a traffic jam near the balcony area after more than 200 climbers attempted to reach the summit point of Mt Everest this morning.
According to Gyanendra Shrestha, a liaison officer at the Everest base camp, many climbers who reach above Camp IV early this morning complained of waiting more than two hours in queues at bottlenecks on their way to the summit point. “Over 200 climbers including high-altitude climbing guides headed from the South Col to the summit point early this morning after they found a second weather window to attempt to stand atop the roof of the world,” Shrestha told THT from the base camp.
Many climbers shared that they had to wait for over two hours to cross the south summit, Shrestha quoted climbers as saying. “There’s a long queue of climbers above Camp IV,” he said, adding that over 200 have already made it to the summit point till this afternoon. “Everyone seems in a hurry to reach the summit point when the weather is clear. The second summit window may last for the next two days,” he said. The climbers have now been descending to Camp IV after the summit, Shrestha added.
Earlier, the first two-day weather window was closed on April 16 after over 150 world climbers made it to the summit of Mt Everest. A team of rope-fixing Sherpa climbers had opened a climbing route to the top becoming the first team to stand atop the roof of the world on April 14.
Streets of Thamel at night. Special place.
A prime location for all shopping needs. The rickshaw in the picture is a common sight in the market area and they can prove to be useful while navigating through the market. 📸 @adityajadhavphotography