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"In our pursuit of hidden gems in the Himalaya here is our most recent offering. Sketchy no doubt but based on information shared by trekkers with similar yearning for the exotic and a few articles in mountaineering journals. The Obra Gad meadows are frequented by shepherds to graze their livestock in the summer and by locals from nearby villages who carry their deities to this spot once a year for an annual congregation. These meadows are encircled by 20,000ft peaks, water falls and alpine grasslands." (Himalayan River Runners)
14th June: Arrive Tons Camp. Overnight.
15th June: At Camp. Rafting. Lunch. Pool Walk. Campfire and dinner.
16th June: Drive approx. 2 hrs. to the starting point of the trek. Packed lunch enroute trek. Set up alpine tented camp. Overnight.
17th June: Reach the Obra Gad meadows.
18th June: At the meadows. Rest & Relax.
19th June: Do a hike to a high point.
20th June: Walk back to half way point.
21st June: Reach back to the Tons Base Camp late evening after having completed the trek.
22nd June: Rafting on a different section of the Tons and visit the Hanol temple.
23rd June: After a leisurely breakfast depart for onward destination
(itinerary from Himalayan River Runners)
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