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Did you know that Kedarkantha peak (12500 ft) in the Himalayas is a terrific trek in winters. In fact the beauty of snow covered mountains is so mesmerizing that it is also known as one of the best winter trek of the Himalayas during that period. To let you know why you should take this journey with us, let us give you a few reasons: Picturesque landscape :- Passing through the Govind National Park, the snow covered trail to the Kedarkantha peak is a treasure house of flora and fauna such as leopards, bears, musk deer and many birds! And of course, from the summit, the arresting 360 view of the snow clad peaks like Swargarohini, Bandarpunch and Black Peak is intoxicating and beyond words to be penned down. Nature is found in abundance here, as though welcoming each of us with a warm smile. Perfect for Beginners :- With the distance covered each day being not much (having a consolidated distance of 20kms) and the altitude gain being comfortable, the trek to the Kedarkantha Peak is the chance for beginners to put on their trekking shoes and go exploring. Beautiful campsites :- There are very few places that can compete to the beautiful campsite that comes complimentary with the Kedarkantha visit. The Juda- Ka- Talab campsite, surrounded by pine trees is like a picture out of a postcard and the surrounding view of snow capped peaks from the open meadows of the base camp is a delight to the eyes. So are you ready to Escape With Us? SUMMARY: Day 1, 9th Feb, Sunday: Dehradun to Sankri drive - 200Km - 9/10 hrs Day 2, 10th Feb, Mon: Trek to Juda Tal - 5Km - 4/5 hours Day 3, 11th Feb, Tues Trek to Kedarkantha base - 5 Km - 3 hours Day 4, 12th Feb, Wed: Trek to Kedarkantha peak and back to Kedarkantha base - 7 Km - 6/7 hours Day 5, 13th Feb, Thurs: Trek to Sankri via Hargaon - 8 Km - 4/5 hours Day 6, 14th Feb, Fri: Sankri to Dehradun drive - 210Km - 10/11 hours Trek Cost: Rs 9500/- Early Bird Offer: Rs 8999/- Only (valid till 15th January, 2020) Confirm your spot by paying Rs 4000/- only BOOK NOW! NAME: TGE TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE LLP ACCOUNT NO:[masked] IFSC CODE:ICIC[masked] BRANCH-DIAMOND POINT CURRENT ACCOUNT UPI ID: tge@icici COST INCLUDES All expenses from Sankri to Sankri which include: - Stay in tents on sharing basis - Breakfast + lunch + dinner - Evening snacks + Tea - Expert Guides - Sleeping bags + Mat COST EXCLUDES - Transportation cost to and fro Sankri - Food expenses until Sankri - Personal expenses of any kind - Individual mule + Porter charges. CANCELLATION POLICY 20 days before the event start date: No Refund 20- 45 days before the event start date: 50% Refund Before 45 days of the event start date: 75% Refund Do go through our detailed T&C https://drive.google.com/file/d/12ZJansareLbkc5fVGMOFBnU-6X_Gx0eS/view?usp=sharing CALL US: Jamila Kapasi [masked] Reetu Yadav [masked] Email: [masked] DETAILED ITINERARY: Day 0 Arrive in New Delhi/Chandigarh and take an overnight train to Dehradun. (Nanda Devi Express) Or Directly fly to Dehradun and stay overnight at Dehradun. Day 1 Dehradun to Sankri (6400ft) A 200 km drive from Dehradun take us to the quaint town of Sankri. It is advisable to start as early as 6:00 am to warrant enough buffer time to reach Sankri by late evening. The route is picturesque with the Yamuna Valley on one side and the blue Pine forest on the other. Passing through towns such as Mori and Purola we eventually reach Netwar, from where necessary forest permits need to be acquired to enter the Govind National Park. From here follow the course of the Supin river through conifer forest, apple orchards and farming fields to Sankri. With around 200 houses, Sankri is a start point for multiple treks in that region. Most of the people are either trekkers or support staff, gearing up for their respective treks. Famous for the beautiful sunset over the Swargarohini Peak, our evening will be spent exploring this beautiful town, interacting with the locals and acquainting with your fellow trekkers. Night stay in tents on sharing basis. Day 2 Sankri (6400ft) to Juda Ka Talab (9050ft) The trek to Juda Ka Talab starts from Sor, an offset of Sankri. The ascending trail is of moderate gradient passing through sparse conifer forests. After crossing a cement bridge, the trail splits into two. Taking the left trail for an hour, we reach an open ground inside the forest, our halfway point of the trek. A single walnut tree stands tall in the middle and we take a well deserved rest here. After a good rest, we continue climbing up and cross two meadows covered with lush green carpet of soft grass or snow during winters. Turning right from the last meadow, we climb another 20 minutes to reach our Juda Ka Talab campsite. Juda Ka Talab is a really pretty campsite with undulated wavy meadows amidst a dense Maple-Oak forest. At the left corner of the clearing there is a small lake which remains frozen most of the winter. The lake is famous for an urban legend. The locals claim the lake to be connected with a well in Sor village. Many years ago, a shepherd boy got drowned in the lake. The little boy loved his flute and would carry it around with him wherever he would go. A week after the tragedy, the flute was found in the well at Sor. Day 3 Juda Ka Talab (9050ft) to Kedarkantha Base Camp (11150ft) A clearly defined trail starts from Juda Ka Talab to the Base Camp. A 10 minute climb takes us to a vantage point from where the Juda Ka Talab lake is clearly visible. On climbing further we will see a ridge to our left. Follow the trail going over the ridge for an hour till we come across a solitary shepherd hit. Another hour of gradual ascent will take us to our destination of the day. The Base Camp is a vast opening with few desolated shepherd hut. A magnificent view of snow capped mountains such as Bandarpoonch, Swargarohini, Kala Nag and Ranglana can be seen from here. And to top it all, the triangular Kedarkantha Peak can be seen right above the tree line. Spend sometime outside, enjoying the view, capturing these moments. Sleep early tonight as we need to wake up as early as 2:00 am for our summit attempt tomorrow. Day 4 Kedarkantha Base Camp (11150ft) to Kedarkantha Peak (12500ft) and back. Wake up early as 2:00 am and don yourself in a warm jacket, windproof top and gloves. The first hour of the trek takes us through dense oak forest. However as we keep on climbing up, the forest recedes and we come across a shepherd hut with two trail leading to the top. Depending on the snow condition, we shall take the left one while climbing and the right one for descending. From here the trail gets steep and we need to climb a steep ridge to the top. Climbing up for an hour on a slushy, icy trail, through switchbacks we will find ourselves right in front of the shrine.The belief says that this shrine was supposed to be the original Kedarnath temple but Lord Shiva, who disguised himself as a cow hiding from the Pandavas was disturbed during meditation by village men and disappeared to the present Kedarnath. Another few more minutes from here takes us to the summit. Celebrate here, for it is a cause to celebrate. Enjoy a majestic view of high peaks like the Gangotri and Yamunotri ranges, Swargarohini, Kaland, Hati Parvat and Ranglala. Spend some time on the summit enjoying the view then head back down via the other trail. Day 5 Kedarkantha Base Camp (11150ft) to Sankri (6400ft) via Hargaon For the first half an hour we retrace our steps to the Shepherd hut where we took a good rest while reaching the base camp. From here we take a different route through dense Maple-oak forest to the opening of Hargaon campsite. From the clearing the entire Har Ki Dun river valley is distinctly visible dotted with villages on both the sides of the carving Har Ki Dun nallah. Another hour of hike will take you to the cement bridge which we crossed on the first day of our trekking. Saur is not far from here. Day 6 Sankri to Dehradun We need to bid goodbye to this beautiful valley . A pick up for the team shall be arranged from Sankri itself. On reaching Dehradun we all disperse but with fond, cherishable memories.
Combination of thrill and mystery is one of the most irresistible adventure, don’t you agree? We are bringing the perfect mix in our Sandhan Valley Trek. Affectionately known as India’s own “Grand Canyon”, it is a perfect blend of picturesque landscape and rugged canyon carved by water millions of years ago. Located in western sahyadri ghats, this valley of shadows has been enticing trekkers with its tricky terrain, unexpected rock floored ravine and suspence of limited sunlight. If you are are an adventurer then prepare yourself for the unique experience of Canyoning, Trekking, Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Sliding, Descending, Wading Through Water, Camping, all in just one event. What are you waiting for? Pickup the phone and confirm your slot before it is gone. Hurry! Cost: Rs 3200/- Only NAME: TGE TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE LLP ACCOUNT NO:[masked] IFSC CODE:ICIC[masked] BRANCH-DIAMOND POINT CURRENT ACCOUNT UPI ID:tge@icici COST INCLUDES - All local transportation from Hyderabad to Hyderabad - 2 Breakfast + 2 Lunch + 1 dinner - Expert guide charges -Rappelling charges COST EXCLUDES - All meals not mentioned above. - Personal expenses and tips CANCELLATION POLICY 10 days before the event start date: No Refund 10-29 days before the event start date: 50% Refund Before 29 days of the event start date: 75% Refund Do go through our detailed T&C https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Mx48FojCKPir1AUfVwBFGLxytk-cbeO3/view?usp=sharing FOR ANY DOUBT AND QUERIES: Jamila Kapasi [masked] Reetu Yadav [masked] Email: [masked] SUMMARY: Day 1, Friday, 21st February 6:00 pm: Team assembles at Secunderabad station and takes the Ajanta Express to Manmad. Day 2, Saturday, 22nd February 6:45 am: Reach Manmad Station and have breakfast at Manmad town 8:35 am: Take a connecting train from Manmad to Igatpuri 10:20 am: Reach Igatpuri. Private vehicle from Igatpuri to Samrad 12:30 pm: Reach Samrad and have lunch 2:00 pm: Start the Sandhan valley trek 8:00 pm: Reach Camping spot. Yes, gear up for a night trek 8:15 pm: Prepare dinner. 10:00 pm: Call it a night! Details: From Manmad we take various modes of transportation to reach Samrad village, our treks start point. The mouth of the valley is a 10 minutes walk from Samrad village. Sandhan valley is 15-20 feet wide gully ,which is carved by water flowing between the two huge mountains and hence this valley is inaccessible during Monsoon season. The actual trek starts from the valley entrance. The stretch of the valley is about 2 kms and the valley is surrounded by 80-90 feet tall mountains from both sides In Sandhan Valley trek we have to cross 2 water ponds. The first pond has water upto 1 ft and second pond has water upto knee level. It takes around 1.5 to 2 hours to reach to the exit point of the valley. From this point we need to cross 3 rocks patches. The first one, appx 40 feet height has to be rappelled down. The second and third rock patch of height not more than 15 feet is a test to our scrambling skills. It takes us another 4 hours from the exit point to reach our camping spot. We spend the night camping beside the stream. Day 3, Sunday, 23rd February 5:30 am: Wake up call. 6:00 am: Prepare breakfast 8:00 am: Head back to Samrad via Karoli Ghat 1:00 pm: Reach Samrad and have lunch 2:45 pm: Board private vehicle from Samrad to Igatpuri 5:20 pm: Board connecting train from Igatpuri to Manmad. 8:50 pm : Board Ajanta Express back to Secunderabad Details: Unlike the previous day, the route to Samrad via Karoli Ghat is a steep ascent with limited or no shade. Ensure that each person is carrying at least 3 lts of water. It takes appx 5 hours to reach Samrad from the Karoli Ghat route. On reaching Samrad, we have a quick lunch and take multiple modes of transportation back to Manmad.
Spiti in Winters looks like a beautiful canvas of white. The vast mountains, deep terrains, the stretch of barren landforms, and patches of green are entirely shrouded in a seamless sheet of snow. It’s a sea of white as far as your eyes can behold. It’s fun when you really don’t have much to do during the winter in Spiti and you can actually mingle with the locals, experience delectable Spitian cuisine, and learn to lead life the tougher way. And of course we plan to try our luck in spotting the elusive "Grey Ghost", the Snow Leopard. There are a number of places, where you can spot a snow leopard in the wild, however, no other destination is as good as Pin Valley National Park in Himachal Pradesh. With its altitude ranging between 3300 metres and 6632 metres, the 1825-sq km territory is an ideal home for snow leopards. Lippa Asrang and Kibber wildlife sanctuaries are two locations where locals claim to have spotted snow leopards. This itinerary is the perfect blend of vistas, wildlife and culture. Your time in serene hamlets of Kibber and Reckong Peo gives you ample opportunities to learn about the local people and their simple way of life. While hiking in the Himalayas, you get to admire nature from up-close. As you hike from one hill to another, you will come across the many flora and fauna species that live in the region. SUMMARY: Travel Day, Fri, 28th Feb: Reach Delhi/Chandigarh, take night bus to Shimla. Day 1, Sat, 29th Feb: Shimla - Reckong Peo Day 2, Sun, 30th Feb: Reckong Peo - Tabo Day 3, Mon, 1st March: Tabo - Mud - Kaza (Explore Kaza) Day 4: Tues, 2nd March: Kaza to Kibber Day 5, Wed, 3rd March: Kibber snow leopard trail Day 6, Thurs, 4th March: Kibber snow leopard trail Day 7 , Fri, 5th March: Kibber to Kalpa Day 8, Sat, 6th March: Kalpa to shimla Travel Day, Sun, 7th March : Fly out of Delhi/Chandigarh Trip Cost: Rs 24999/- Only Pay Rs 8000/- to book your slot NAME: TGE TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE LLP ACCOUNT NO:[masked] IFSC CODE:ICIC[masked] BRANCH-DIAMOND POINT CURRENT ACCOUNT UPI ID: tge@icici COST INCLUDES All expenses from Shimla to Shimla which include: - Travel in Innova/Tempo Traveller for whole tour . - Accommodation on Sharing Basis. (Hotel/Homestay) - All meals (Except during travel to and fro Kaza) - Facilitator Charges. - Campfire - Star gazing - Guide charges - Cooking class(optional) - Room heater/ hot water charges. COST EXCLUDES - Personal Expenses of any kind. - Personal Beverages of any kind. - All meals not mentioned in inclusion section. CONTACT US: Jamila Kapasi [masked] Reetu Yadav [masked] Email: [masked] CANCELLATION POLICY 20 days before the event start date: No Refund 20- 45 days before the event start date: 50% Refund Before 45 days of the event start date: 75% Refund Do go through our detailed T&C https://drive.google.com/file/d/12ZJansareLbkc5fVGMOFBnU-6X_Gx0eS/view?usp=sharing DETAILED ITINERARY: Travel Day Reach Delhi/Chandigarh by evening and take a overnight bus to Shimla. We plan to reach Shimla by early morning next day. Day 1 Shimla to Reckong Peo Get ready for a beautiful drive of 250km to Reckong peo via Rampur route. We drive down from Shimla and cross over to the other side of the river, and follow the Hindustan - Tibet road to Reckong Peo, the principal township in Kinnaur . Reckong Peo is considered to be the land of Gods and is a splendid beauty showcased by the Himalayas.The town is serene and is famous for its apple orchards. It is inhabited by Kinnauri people and has a diverse culture even in today's modern era. We will spend the night at Homestay and indulge in some local food. Day 2 Reckong Peo to Tabo Our journey today takes us to Tabo village, reknowned for the ancient Tabo Monastery. Tabo is a small village, situated on the left bank of river Spiti in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Flanked on either side by hills, it houses one of the most important Buddhist monastery, that is regarded by many as only next to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet. This monastery is said to be over a thousand years old, founded back in 996 A.D. To reach Tabo, we pass through the peaceful and picturesque Nako village which is perched on the banks of the Nako lake. We spend some time here before we take a short detour to Giu to see the famous 500-years-old mummy of a Buddhist monk. Day 3 Tabo to Kaza Today is a relaxed day. After breakfast, we drive to Kaza, the capital and the largest settlement of Spiti region. This is also our last place with an ATM and petrol bunk. Being the largest settlement in Spiti Valley, it is well-equipped to meet needs of travellers. We spend the evening exploring this quaint village and call it a day. Day 4- Day 6 Kibber Kibber is situated at 18km from Kaza at the height of 14200 ft (4205 meters) above sea level, it is claimed to be the highest motorable village in the world.There are more villages near Kibber, even at more height, but they are not inhabited throughout the year. In winter, people leave those villages and come down to the lower heights. This is why Kibber Village is known as highest continuously inhabited village.It is a small village with about 100 houses and all painted in white with red rooftops. Kibber will be our sweet home for next few days. The next 3 – 4 days will be spent in and around the Kibber village (4170 M), in the high altitude Kibber Park. There will be no fixed itinerary and our days will be decided on by our expert wildlife guide, based on Weather condition and sighting possibilities. The Kibber reserve is situated at an altitude range of 4,000 M - 5,800m (Mt. Kanamo) and hosts an incredible range of wildlife. It is full of species including Snow Leopard(Panthera uncial), Tibetan Ibex(Capra sibirica), Bharal or Blue Sheep(Pseudois nayaur), Wolf (Canis Lupus chanco), Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), yellow throated marten and the Pallas's Cat. We will spend most of the time exploring known wildlife trails around Kibber, Gete, Tashigang and Thinam, which are on a major Snow Leopard corridor. If we are lucky to get Snow Leopard Sighting with few days in hand, we will explore the villages around Kibber. Day 7 - Day 8 We start our travel back to Shimla via same route with a overnight stopover at Kalpa and reach Shimla on the night of Day 8 We can either stay back at Shimla or leave for New Delhi/Chandigarh in night.
At an elevation of 16,207 ft, Goecha La pass is a high-altitude mountain pass buried deep inside the Kanchenjunga National Park, offering spectacular views of Mt Kanchenjunga — world’s third highest mountain. Not only that, you can see 14 other summits during the Goecha La trek. The trek starts from Yuksom which is well known for its historical significance and highlights the culture and tradition of Sikkim. The trek takes you through Kanchenjunga National Park and wonderful campsites from where you can witness the endless beauty of nature including breathtaking green landscapes and meadows, dense rhododendron forests and mountain animals such as yak, mule etc .The rich flora and fauna that you see during the trek are unmatchable and the dramatic changes in the weather combined with quick altitude gain makes Goecha la a challenging trek, suitable for trekkers with moderate experience. This April, as the valley blooms with rhododendrons, join us as we trek through one of the most beautiful rainforest and witness spectacular views from both Dzongri top and View point 1. At The Great Escape, You don’t JUST trek, you experience - the culture, the history and learn from experiences of people who live there. In the end, you come as strangers but you leave as friends. SUMMARY: Day 1, 29th March: Arrival at NJP. Private vehicle to Yuksom - 150 km drive - 6 hours Day 2, 30th March: Trek to Sachen - 8 km - 6 hours Day 3, 31st March: Trek to Tshokha via Bhakim - 7 km - 6 hours Day 4, 1st April: Trek to Dzongri via Phedang - 10 km - 7 hours Day 5, 2nd April: Early morning trek to Dzongri top. 2 hoursDzongri to Thansing - 10 km - 6 hours Day 6, 3rd April: Thansing to Lamuney - 4 Km - 2 hours Day 7, 4th April: Lamuney to Goecha la to Thansing - 22 km - 15 hours Day 8, 5th April: Thansing to Tshoka via Phedang - 16 km - 7 hours Day 9, 6th April: Tshoka to Yuksom - 15 kms - 6 hours Day 10, 7th April: Yuksom to NJP. Private vehicle - 150 km drive - 6 hours. Cost: Rs 16500/- Only BOOK NOW! (Confirm your spot by paying Rs 5000/-) NAME: TGE TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE LLP ACCOUNT NO:[masked] IFSC CODE:ICIC[masked] BANK : ICICI BRANCH:DIAMOND POINT CURRENT ACCOUNT UPI ID: tge@icici COST INCLUDES - Stay in guesthouses at Yuksom on Day 1 and Day 9 - All meals from Day 2 to Day 9 - Expert guide - Tents, sleeping bags and mats - Service of an experienced trek leader - Porters and mules for common items - All necessary permits COST EXCLUDES - All transportation charges till Yuksom. We can arrange a private pick and drop from NJP, the cost of which needs to be shared by all. - All meals in transit - Personal expenses and tips- Individual mule + Porter charges NOTE: All trekkers are required to carry their own backpack along with their personal belongings. Porter facility can be availed at an additional cost CANCELLATION POLICY 20 days before the event start date: No Refund 20- 45 days before the event start date: 50% Refund Before 45 days of the event start date: 75% Refund Do go through our detailed T&C https://drive.google.com/file/d/12ZJansareLbkc5fVGMOFBnU-6X_Gx0eS/view?usp=sharing CONTACT US: Jamila Kapasi [masked] Reetu Yadav [masked] Email: [masked] DETAILED ITINERARY: Day 1 NJP to Yuksom (5700 ft) The Goechala Trek starts from Yuksom, which was once the capital of Sikkim. Yuksom is 150 kms away from NJP and takes appx 6 - 8 hrs to reach. The team is picked up from the NJP station around 10 am in a private vehicle. Yuksom being a historical town provides a perfect glimpse of the rich heritage and religious traditions of the state. At Yuksom, accommodation will be provided at a guesthouse. The evening can be spent exploring the town and shopping any last minute items. Day 2 Yuksom (5700 ft) to Sachen (7200 ft) Sachen is appx 8 kms away from Yuksom and takes 6 hours to reach. As we leave the Yuksom village behind, the trail crosses vast landscapes leading to the valley of the serene river Rathong. Crossing the valley, the trail takes a sharp turn to forested lands of Oak, Fir, Bamboo and Pine tree with each step becoming denser with thick growth of trees. Trekking through the forest for around 30 minutes, we reach the first iron bridge. As we continue on this trail we are greeted by the spectacular beauty of the Tshushay Khola waterfalls which flows to meet the Perk river. We cross another iron bridge and a gradual ascent leads us to the third iron bridge over Mentogang Khola river. From here it’s another 20 minutes of trek to the Sachen campsite. Day 3 Sachen (7200 ft) to Tshokha (9701 ft) It is a distance of 5 km from Sachen to Tshokha. Initially a pleasant walk, the trail becomes steep before Bhakim (8600 ft). From Bhakim, Tshokha is only 2 kms away with the trail lined up with rhododendrons and alpine berries. We can find the presence of beautiful Magnolias and Rhododendrons here. We come across an iron bridge over the river Perk a km from Sachen. From here we can see the waving prayer flags which mark the beginning of the Goechala trail. It is a steep ascent till Bhakim. Try to spot Mt. Pandim and Mt. Tenzinkhay en route. Tshokha is another 2 km from Bhakim. There are trekkers hut in this region which can accommodate around 20 trekkers. The Tshokha campsite is a wonderful location with fascinating views of the snow clad Himalayan peaks especially Kanchenjunga and Pandin. Day 4 Tshokha (9701 ft) to Dzongri (12980 ft) Dzongri is 9 km away from Tshokha and takes appx 8 hours to reach. The route to Dzongri goes via Phedang (1-500ft) which is located midway. It is a steep ascent all the way to Dzongri through trails covered with Rhododendrons. Day 5 Dzongri (12980 ft) to Dzongri Top (13675 ft) to Thansing (12900 ft) Dzongri top is an hours hike from Dzongri. The pictorial view from Dzongri top is quiet mesmerizing. The top is marked by the prayer flags. Enjoy the view of peaks such as Kanchenjunga (8534 m), Kabru (7353 m), Padim (6691 m), Koktang (6147 m) and Narsing (5825 m). After sometime on the top, we continue on the trail to Lamuney via Kokcharang (12000 ft) and Thansing (12900 ft). It is and 8 km trek from Dzongri to Thansing and takes appx 5 hours. The initial trail is amont lush green meadows and dense rhododendron plantations followed by deep forested areas. The trail descends before Kokcharang. From here it is a straight walk down towards the bridge of Prekchu river. From here Thansing is another 2 kms away on a gradual ascending trail. From Thansing Lamuney is another 2 hours away. The trail to Lamuney passes through meadows with over stretched pastures on both sides. Today was a tough day. Spend the evening relaxing at the campsite. Day 6 Thansing (12900 ft) to Lamuney ( 13650 ft) Today is a relaxed day. We trek 2 hours to Lamuney through meadows with over stretched pastures on both side. Spend the day exploring Lamuney and beyond. Sleep early tonight as we need to start early to Goechla the next day Day 7 Lamuney (12650ft) to Goecha La (16200 ft) to Thansing ( 12900 ft) It is the D day. Today is the longest day of our trek and the most awaited day as well. The good news is all we need to carry today is a day pack. Expect an early morning wake up call. We start the first leg of our hike, towards Samiti lake which takes appx an hour to reach. From here is a steep ascent of 2 kms to viewpoint 1. From here the route descent to the km long Zemathan pass. Another 2 kms from here takes us to viewpoint 2. From here Goechala is another 2 kms away. Witness the mighty Kanchenjunga from here, a view that takes one's breath away. We trace our route back all the way to Thansing where we camp for the night. Day 8 Thansing (12900 ft) to Thsokha (9700 ft) We retrace our route from Thansing and cover a distance of 16 kms to Tshokha. From Thansing, Phedang takes 5 hours to reach and another 2 - 3 hours to Tshokha. Day 9 Tshokha ( 9700 ft) to Yuksom (5670 ft) We retrace our route from Tshokha to Yuksom. It is a distance of 15 kms and takes appx 7 hours to reach. Day 10 Yuksom to NJP