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shaharellert  
#1 Posted : Sunday, January 20, 2013 5:28:02 PM(UTC)
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I think driving traveling in North India in September-October.
The intention is to focus on ldak/Himachal Pradesh/am Kashmir.

Our initial investigation has seen that there are dozens of options so I wanted to make a specific recommendation for how long or short.

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#2 Posted : Sunday, January 20, 2013 11:10:56 PM(UTC)
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Believe me, brother, you live your real life.
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#3 Posted : Sunday, January 20, 2013 11:30:46 PM(UTC)
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Dawn,
I'm too lazy eye to these areas (especially Ladakh) and you're probably right-the possibilities are enormous.
My ה"שיטה is going on. That doesn't mean that the "best" option, but I'm trying to be exposed to things and I already know what I want (this is actually for a trek, even in Europe there so many options).

Encountered, for example, a story about a Trek (actually two) introducing someone named Zvi travel site. He could turn me completely. He also wrote about this tip, see here:
דרצ'ה-Trek-pedum mioro of Zvi
The attached picture doing good job for me (plus, although I think it's the way, I think it was written at the beginning of the forum open to interesting, but maybe I'm wrong).
Maybe that's too "light"

BTW-I know about paving of roads infrastructure just in it so a. coming early. 2. it is important to check up-to-date information about the rate of progress of the site.

Good luck!!! (I wait patiently to hear about has touted your credentials so I could choose. )
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#4 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2013 10:41:21 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the Info! I came across this trek and fell views.
I'm looking for something more "white".

Arthur-the guy who returned two months ago from Slovenia and opened the thread questions and doubts about the PCT?


If anyone has other suggestions I'd love to hear. Shaharellert 41295.3256018519
imtl  
#5 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2013 11:41:36 AM(UTC)
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Look here in the Forum that had long discussion on the GREAT HIMALAYA TRAIL
And here's not bad ideas to track in North India
zvikamr  
#6 Posted : Friday, January 25, 2013 2:34:50 PM(UTC)
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You won't find much in Ladakh white, mainly due to its location north of the Himalayan peaks that blocks precipitation. Many find white around Nanda Devi Temple-mountain (אוטרנצ'אל), a pindari glacier and hiking like adoption Rupp Kund. There is also a Trek (with technical appliances) from gngoteri to bdrinat. I guess in Kashmir but has white.
If I'm not mistaken, returning from Everest region-should lower expectations.
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#7 Posted : Saturday, January 26, 2013 1:54:50 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the response, Zvika.

I'm not looking for a track. Prefer trails. Also in terms of logistics (prefer not to carry food for more than a week).

You're not the first that wakes me about lowering expectations.
So what attracts experienced travelers and Himalayan Indian subcontinent? What's special about it compared to Nepali (cultural topic)?
The intention was to return to Nepal to the Kanchanaburi but because the Trek in the Everest region was not cheap at all and need another kind of bums me flying.



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#8 Posted : Sunday, January 27, 2013 12:44:41 AM(UTC)
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In lowering expectations ל"לבן meant" you wrote that you are looking for. It is difficult to compete in the Everest in this aspect Other ways rather interesting treks and other more-less, more authentic villages, not just tourists, oriented more varied landscapes.
What is unique in the Indian Himalayas compared to Nepali? You won't know until you try.
In many areas, large landscapes in various Indian Himalayan not differ substantially from Nepal, but of course different and unique trek.
What is unique to India is the Himalayan Ridge's whereabouts inside the India border like in Nepal. North ridge regions (Ladakh, lahaul and Spiti) are completely different than those mdromo (and also pretty personal reasons and more). Thus made trekking crossing the ridge. It also exists in Nepal but in small-scale Mustang North of Annapurna range, a small portion of the surrounding area manslo dolfo.
shaharellert  
#9 Posted : Sunday, January 27, 2013 9:34:25 PM(UTC)
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Thanks again.

Do you have a recommendation for a trek that meets the following criteria:

A. three weeks (currently the wife won't.)
B. stock option at least once every 3-4 days (one week maximum).
C. There is no need for a guide map will suffice.
4. "white" anyway.

If you can also refer to the costs that would be great.
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zvikamr  
#10 Posted : Thursday, January 31, 2013 10:13:21 PM(UTC)
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Can't recommend specific Trek. Just keep in mind that October is already cold YARKAND.
About costs if you take a guide or Porter and sleeping in the minimal-cost are really traveling (cheap public transport) and obtain food. Unlike Nepal in India pramits is not needed. As an example, in family home in a village in Ladakh comprises two or three meals raised last summer about 300 to 400 rupees per person (7.8 dollars).
As a rule there is no good maps (topographic) trekking areas in India.
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