Well, nothing goes ahead- Mudh Village is the last village in PIN Valley- though there is a road ahead of this glacier- but its way too treacherous and mostly used by the army
Having fun in the snow
Thats Mudh village- you can max come a km ahead not more- the glacier shuts it down.
Spot my 250...and the size of the glacier in comparison
Thats the bridge 8 kms before Mudh village which you need to cross and head for the bushes where you might encounter bsnl mobile network...talk about modernisation and connectivity
I didnt have a BSNL SIM to hunt for network...so I'm just here to chill
While my newfound friend continued to walk to find mobile range
********************...thats how far we walked. Oxygen levels aren't the best here- so you tend to breathe harder. You can still spot my CBR parked on the opposite side of the river near the bridge.
Next day time to move- and the return journey starts
Not a good feeling I tell you- knowing you'd be not seeing the snowcaps again
On the way dropped into at Gue Monastery
The Mummy of Sangha Tenzin
What a picturesque backdrop for the monastery
Once upon a time- the roads used to be so bad here, I would be scared as hell to even stop here- but not anymore
The last views of the snowcaps....and the sinking feeling inside
From the savage rocky snowcaps to the lush greens of Narkanda
Bought one kg of cherry and ate half a kg right here
Stopover at Taj Theog for a meetup with my friend Hanoz who was on family vacation in Shimla and was kind enough to invite me over for tea.
Hanoz busy nibbling his snack
The Western Peripheral Expressway- amazing stretch and saved me lot of time till Gurgaon
Next day from Gurgaon and its a non stop run till Mumbai
So that was it people- my recent ride to the gorgeous Spiti Valley, I miss the mountains so much and thanks for scrolling through my really long post.
will be posting more pics of my recent rides- till then take care everyone and rides safe.