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Unchadhar - Shilla Village -Gauna Pani Camp

The Himalayan Trekking starts with the place called Unchadhar from were we were descended to the first mountain and crossed a wooden bridge on the river Parwati. The Bridge connects the Shilla Village to the Manikaran Area .

On the way , we find the shill village Potters who are willing to take your loaded Ruckshak for Rs 200/= to the Gauna Pani Camp. They pose very well for the , Photographs and yes they are very beautiful. Well some of my unmarried friends do want to make there move !!! .. No matrimony ...just the Gaon ki Gauri.


The Lush green valley of Shill Village on he way to the Gauna pane Camp.


The Moment we reach our first camp at Gauna Pani, Rain shower starts and the climate changes sudden dark with the chilling cold breeze. We took our part of hot cup of Tea and rush to the Tents with Blankets and Sleeping Bags.

Though the rains make some of our tents unmanageable, we took the initiative to drain out the excess water in the tent , with the help of Coffe mugs. Thankfully to Sankalp, Varun, Yatin and Mr Mogambo.

Drying Shoes on the edge of the tents at Gauna Pani Camp. The Himalayan Peaks covered with Snow are making us more tempting. Himalaya Calling .......... Come fast come fast .. dont be Slow....

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