the Himalayan Trek : Har Ki Dun

Apurv and I enjoyed our 10 day trip to Har Ki Dun (North Uttrakand) and back. As the trek schedule was not fixed … our trip kind of sprawled out in the following way: (estimated deg C)

My Flickr Set (255 pics)

Month: June, 2007

15th night – 28 deg C
Home to Bangalore Airport ( Two Wheeler, Auto)
Bangalore to Delhi (Flight)
Delhi Airport to ISBT Terminus (Taxi)
Delhi to Dehradun (a/c bus)

16th – 18 deg C
Dehradun to Sankari via Mohri (Rickety Local Bus)

17th – 15 deg C
Sankari to Taluka (Walk)

18th – 12 deg C
Taluka to Seema (Osla) (Walk)

19th – 8 deg C
Seema to Har Ki Dun (Walk)

20th – 6 deg C
Stay at Har Ki Dun

Har ki Dun
(pic from Apurv’s Flickrstream)

21st – 18 deg C
Har ki Dun to Sankari (Walk and Mules)

22nd – 25 deg C
Sankari to Dehradun (Car – Ambassador)
Dehradun to Rishikesh (Bus)

23rd – 25 deg C
Rishikesh to Delhi (Bus)
ISBT, Delhi to Guest House, East of Kailash (Auto)

24th – 32 deg C
Visit to South Extension, Delhi (Auto)

25th – 36 deg C
Visit to Delhi University (Metro and Tri Cycle)
Visit to Tibetan Refugee Camp in Delhi (Auto)
Return to Bangalore (Flight)

I just have to highlight the diversity in landscape and modes of transpost taken during the trip! It had alsmost everthing right from walking, Mules, tri-cycles, two wheelers, autos, cars and flight … πŸ˜‰

rishikesh 003.jpg

Best ride was walking on the Mules on the edge of landslides πŸ˜‰ Letting your life depend on the steps of hybrid of a Donkey + Horse πŸ™‚ – I think nothing comes close … ha ha That does say a bit about me right!!!

MORE PICS HERE. (its a guest pass for myset!)


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My life - BREESY! :-) :D Beautiful Random Enjoyable Eventful Simple Yellow Places I have lived (chronological): (country) (- state) (-- city) India - (Orissa) -- Cuttack (2yrs) -- Bhubaneshwar (3yrs) - (Maharastra) -- Bombay/Mumbai (8 + 1 yrs) - (TamilNadu) -- Madras/Chennai (6 yrs) - (Pondicherry) (1 yr) United States - (California) -- Berkeley (3 yrs) Education : IIT Madras 02, UC Berkeley 05 Work Experience: Mechanical Engineer at FORD Motor Company, India; Management Trainee at Datamatics Technologies Ltd.; Wireless Programmer at TeleCommunication Systems Inc. Passions (currently as of Dec 2005): Family, Media (visual / audio), Mobile Systems, Internet, Design Interests: Music, Movies, Photography, Enjoying nature, Playing Violin, Graphics, Business / Entrepreneurship / Managments, Spirituality, Design, Technology, Mobile / Wireless

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