Trans Himalaya 2019 Part 1: First Contact

Last month, The Outdoor Journal introduced an alpine-style journey for the ages in which wilderness explorer Peter Van Geit, along with filmmaker Neil D’Souza, embarked on a 2,500 km self-supported journey across 100+ Himalayan high passes in Himachal, Ladakh, and Uttarakhand. Now more than one month into their journey, Peter shares the first field notes update from their psychedelic experience amidst the mountains.
After exactly one month since the start, I completed the first section of my journey, the state of Uttarakhand East to West starting from the border of Nepal until entering the neighbouring state of Himachal today. Uttarakhand has been mesmerizing – lush green forests, countless small hamlets, virgin valleys, beautiful paths and trails connecting villages, overwhelming hospitality


1 thought on “Trans Himalaya 2019 Part 1: First Contact”

  1. So lovely and so pure every thing I see is bliss of Anand I would say it’s Parmanand ( Always blissful)
    Stay blessed
    Wishing You Most And More God Bless You ???

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