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Dzongri La - Goecha La | Twin Pass Trek In Sikkim - North East Himalayas

A walk into the serene divinity, right beneath the goddess mountain of the mighty Kanchenjunga. One of the very old and heat trek of Sikkim and North East Himalayas.
- Popular Names: GoechalaDzongri laKanchenjunga Trek

Dzongri La - Goecha La - Twin Pass Trek

A walk into the serene divinity, right beneath the goddess mountain of the mighty Kanchenjunga. One of the very old and heat trek of Sikkim and North East Himalayas.
- Popular Names: GoechalaDzongri laKanchenjunga Trek

A Himalayan High Experience
  • one of the 4 bridges to bakhim
  • the tear shaped goecha lake
  • team atop goechala
  • the serenity around samity lake
  • the mighty and awe inspiring goechala
  • kanchenjunga turns golden with dawn as the team walks through the night
  • Duration: 10 days/ 10 nights, Bagdogra to Bagdogra
  • Highest Altitude: 5000m
  • Grade: Moderate + ( learn more )
  • Best Time: Mar - May, Sep - Dec
  • Terrain: Rhododendron forest, alpine meadows, rocky
  • Activity Type: Trek
  • Trail Type: Same Exit Entry Point
  • Starts At: Yuksom
  • Ends At: Yuksom
  • Region: India - Darjeeling Sikkim
  • Country: India
  • Nearest Airport: Bagdogra, West Bengal
  • Nearest Rail Head: New Jalpaiguri, West Bengal
  • Mobile Network: Vodafone, Airtel, BSNL till Yuksom
  • Internet Option: 3g in Yuksom
  • Temperatures:
  • Is Cloak Room Available: Yes
  • Generic Food Menu: Indian, Tibetan, Nepalese
Fixed Departure Price
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INR 22000

From INR 13,900 To 18,000
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From USD 219 To 273
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Introduction To The Dzongri La - Goecha La - Twin Pass Trek
- Popular Names: GoechalaDzongri laKanchenjunga Trek

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Goechala

In the far east corner of the Indian Himalayas, there exist a small state of Sikkim inhabited by the culturally rich, warm and welcoming people. Here people of all tribes, namely Bhutias, Lepchas, Limboos, Subbas and Rai, all live together in a rich cultural harmony making this place a touristic heaven. Here, the dzos and yaks are the family members, and the mighty Kanchenjunga fathers them all.

 

With Kanchenjunga standing huge, right in front of you on Goecha La at 5000 meters, the tear shaped Goecha Lake, Jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets on the snow cladded high Himalayan peaks, A panorama of more than 16 peaks from Dzongri top, dense Himalayan forests, its rivers and meadows, rhododendrons, yaks ... Dzongri Goechala is a trek you will fall in love with. Once you do Goechala trek, you will feel like doing it again and again... such a beautiful trek it is.

 

 

Goecha La ( high altitude pass in Tibetan) is a pass in the Prek Chu ( river in Tibetan) Valley of the Western Sikkim region. It merges the ridge of the elegant and Godly Pandim with that of the small Goecha Peak. Towards its north lies the Talung Glacier and Kanchenjunga - The Third highest Mountain of the World is at a stone's throw distance from the pass. The trek to it crosses the vast meadow and pasture land of Thansing, the serene Samity Lake and the rough Zemathang plains. It is all surrounded by some of the most elegant looking peaks in the Himalayas, namely the Holy Pandim, Tenchenkhang, Jupono on the right, Forked Kabru and other Kabru group of peaks on the left and the mighty Kanchenjunga straight forward rising up high, very high infact..

 

Dzongri La is another high altitude pass in the Oklathang Valley and serves as the gateway to the Rathong Glacier, Rathong La and then finally into Nepal. Its can be done as a short escursion from Dzongri. The pass top is one of the most spectacular places opn the Earth. Surrounded by the mighty and holy peaks of the Kabru, specifically the Black Kabru, it makes one of the very divine places to trek to. All the peaks of this valley are considered very holy and are worshipped by the locals of Sikkim.

 

sunrise from dzongri top
sunrise from dzongri top

 

The trek starts from Yuksom, a small village in West Sikkim. It was the ancient capital of Sikkim. As soon as you touch the roads of Sikkim, the positive energy of Buddhism starts to take over your heart. The cool wind furling the prayer flags gives you peace. The smiling face welcoming you with warmth makes you feel pleasant. The trek takes you through thick dense forest crossing multiple tributaries of Rangeet river to get you above the tree line after 3 days. The peaks of Kanchenjunga, Pandim, Tenchenkhang and Jupono sees you over continuously motivating you to reach closer to them, and at Goecha La, you feel like you are just few kilometers away from touching the Godly mountain.

 

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Goecha lake

Words can only put a limit to describe this trek. The feeling is ecstatic and indescribable. May be the photos help a bit.

 

Join our trek to gift yourself a fulfilling experience of the Goechala trek, Sikkim and the Himalayas.

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The Kanchenjunga National Park has declared the area beyond the View Point 1 as a Wild Habitat Zone and trekkers, including Locals are no longer allowed to visit Goechala. The last point that we could go on this trek is till View Point 1 only

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  • Kanchenjunga 8586m - World's 3rd highest peaks. With this trek, view Kanchenjunga massif standing tall right in front of you, at a stone throw distance
  • Panorama of peaks in Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. Jupono, Tenchenkhang, Pandim, Simvo, Goecha Peak, Forked Peak, Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarna, Rathong, Koktang, South Kabru, North Kabru, Black Kabru, etc.
  • Trek through the rhododendron forest in the Himalayas. Rhododendrons bloom during late March to early July.
  • Birding and animal sight, if lucky.
  • Goecha La 5000m and Goecha Lake is at a super altitude and adds thrill to the trek.
  • Sunrise and sunset on the mountain peaks.
  • Sikkimese Subba and Limboo cultural trek.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1From Bagdogra To Yuksom, Via - Jorethang, Legship

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 Get set to take one of the most picturesque drive in the Himalayas following the Teesta and Rangeet river to the beautiful village of Yuksom in West Sikkim. Soon after you leave Bagdogra or the New Jalpaiguri railway station, in some time you start climbing the swirls with great views all around. While the deep gorge of the Teesta keeps you excited, the monkeys on the other side of the road are fun to watch. The road passes by Jorethang, the last big town where you can buy the last missed stuffs. The monasteries and furling prayer flags doesn't let you feel bored and soon you find yourself in Yuksom.

Checkin to your Hotel

Evening Snacks with team introduction, brief the trek plan.

Accommodation: Guest House
Meals: Evening Snacks, Dinner

Photos From The Day:

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Day 2From Yuksom To Sachen

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Today we start our trek. An exciting morning after a good night sleep in our comfortable cosy bed. A cup of hot tea feels just perfect to start off the day.

We start our day at ease and hit the trail within a comfortable time as the day is short and easy. We resolve few last moment formalities and get set for the day. As soon as we leave Yuksom and enter the forest, our hearts are taken right away by the beauty of the typical Sikkimese lush green deep forest. We cross 3 river bridges before reaching our campsite.

Sachen is a very small campsite right in the middle of the thick, dense forests. After sunset, it gets pitch dark here.

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • a bright morning in yuksom to start the goechala trek
  • one of many rivulets joining the rangeet
  • one of the 4 bridges to bakhim

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Day 3From Sachen To Tshoka , Via - Bakhim

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A short but good warm up trek today. The trail goes up and down through the deep forest, crossing another river bridge. From here, the trail continuously climbs steeply to reach Bakhim marked by a tea /maggi shop, an abandoned lodge and a trekkers hut. We just cant move forward without having maggi here. Its a reward which we can give ourself for having covered the distance till now.

After a course of maggi and tea, we head towards Tshoka, which is 2 kms of steep climb from here. Tshoka is the biggest settlement on this trek with a monastery, Lake and few tea houses. The peaks of Tenchenkhang, Pandim and Jupono hovers over and makes them visible for the first time in the trek.

After lunch, we head out to explore the place with our cameras. There are lot to capture the memories for the future, although the feeling which you feel right at that time is just to be lived which remains sharp in your memories.

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • buit in memories
  • double rainbow seen from bakhim
  • the deep forest around bakhim

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Day 4From Tshoka To Dzongri , Via - Phedang , Deurali Top

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We wake up to a scenic morning at Tshokha with the views of Pandim, Tenchenkhang. Jupono. With a hot cup off tea, we get ready for the day. Today is slightly difficult as compared to the last 2 days. The distance is more and the climb up to Phedang and Deorali top is continuously steep from Tshoka.

As soon as we start, the trail starts to climb up steeply. During spring season, this trail blooms with Lali Guras, (Rhododendron). Phedang is marked by a flat meadow with a trekkers hut. View of the mountain peaks are towards your right from here. A quite rest for some time and then its another hour of steep climb from here till Deorali Top after which the trail eases out.

We have our packed lunch at Deorali Top. It is marked by Buddhist prayer flags furling over a small meadow, with tall trees surrounding all round. Views of Kanchenjunga and other peaks from here makes this place very picturesque. Its the highest point on today's trail. From here, the trail goes up and down on the humps with huge juniper bushes on both the sides. After gradually descending for some 20 odd minutes, we reach Dzongiri - A beautiful place with river flowing right through it, 2 small shops and a trekkers hut. We ease out for the day and relax. 

Dzongri translates into 'a meeting point' as per the local language. Rightly so ! Here the trek branches into 3 routes. the one straight goes to Chowrikhang, HMI base camp and Rathong glacier. The one on the left goes towards Singalila and the one on the right goes towards Goechala. 

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • the campsite and trekkers hut of dzongri
  • smiles to take away from dzongri
  • the trek through rhododendrons from tsokha to dzongri
  • yaks resting in phedang

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Day 5Rest / Acclimatization / Local Exploration Day. Excursion to Dzongri La , Dzongri Top

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We wake up before the dawn to climb up to Dzongri top. From here we witness a natural magic of morning rays of sun light up the snow covered peaks of the region. Its an hours climb from our campsite. When we reach the top, we are mesmerized by what we see. Kanchenjunga gets the first light as its the highest peak and slowly starts turning into a golden beauty. Other peaks of Pandim, Tenchenkhang, Jupono, Kabru, etc slowly join it making it an unbelievable display of Nature's show.

Its about those few moments of glory, after which all the peaks are lighted bright and they loose the golden shine. After a satisfying views of the surrounding panorama, we head back to our campsite, where hot breakfast is waiting for us. Today we relax to acclimatize well for our upcoming days. After breakfast, we trek to Dzongri La, the entrance to the Oklathang Valley. Get set to be mesmerized by the panoramic beauties around Dzongri La surrounded by numerous peaks which are considered Holy and are worshipped by the locals. ;

We return to DZONGRI by evening and rest our for the day

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • sunrise lighting up kanchenjunbga as seen from dzongri top
  • view from dzongri top

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Day 6From Dzongri To Thansing, Via - Kokchurong

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We start early today and walk towards our right to take a peek into the Prek Chu valley. A small and gentle ascend gets us atop a small unnamed pass from where the Prek Church valley is visible. Pandim appears to be much closer from here. Sharp descend from here gets us to the campsite of Kokchurong - a beautiful campsite with a tourist lodge with the serene Prek Chu river flowing by its side.

Today, we can watch beautiful sunset on the white peaks right from our tents if we wish to. However, the play of the mountains cant just let be inside your tents. Camera and the mountains are your best buddies today. We have early dinner and sleep early tonight as we have to wake up before morning tomorrow to reach Goecha La on a good time for sunrise. 

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • the lone tree standing near lamuney enroute goechala
  • the playground of thansing enroute goechala
  • towards kokchurong
  • looking over prek chu valley with tenchinkhang jupono and pandim hovering over

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Day 7Summit Day. From Thansing To Lamuney, Via - Goecha La View Point , Samity Lake

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We start at around 3 AM today with packed breakfast. There is no view point for us as we head for the pass.The walk through the silence of the night feels amazing. As we keep walking up, down and flattish, it slowly dawns giving us a sight to die for, cry for and go crazy for. Around 4 hours of walk gives us of the ultimate view of Goecha La and the mighty and divine Kanchenjunga. From here, you stand on the ridge of Pandim, touching it. Kanchenjunga stands right in front of you, almost touchable on the other side of the pass. We see the Goecha Peak, Kabru Forked and Kabru Dome on our left. Tenchenkhang and Jupono behind us. 

We offer prayers and turn back after spending good amount of time there. On return, we spend some more time around Samity Lake and head back for lunch. 

After a rest, we will push down to camp at Lamuney.

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

  • kanchenjunga turns golden with dawn as the team walks through the night
  • sun shines bright on tenchenkhang
  • the mighty and awe inspiring goechala
  • looking behind from goechala
  • samity lake from a distance

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Day 8From Lammuney To Tshokha, Via - Kokchurong, Phedang

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We walk back on our route till Kokchurong. From there, we trek on the curly flattish trail with small humps thorough the forest to reach Phedang. The walk is almost flat. We have our lunch at Phedang and the head steep downhill to Tshoka. 

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

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Day 9From Tshokha To Yuksom , Via - Bakhim, Sachen

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As we leave the mountains behind, we feel sad for it. However, returning to our loved ones motivates us and keeps us going. We trek back on the same trail and cross 4 bridges to reach Yuksom.

 

After we reach Yuksom, we celebrate our successful trek. Have our last dinner together.  

Accommodation: Tents
Meals: All Meals

Photos From The Day:

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Day 10From Yuksom To Bagdogra, Via - Jorethang

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  • Yuksom : 1706 meters / 5630 feets
  • Jorethang: 320 meters / 1056 feets
  • Bagdogra: 120 meters / 396 feets
  • Approximate Time: 5 - 6 hours
  • Day's Activity: Drive
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Today we bid good bye and drive back to Yuksom to head towards Home, sweet home. 

Accommodation: None
Meals: Breakfast

Photos From The Day:

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Fixed Departure Dates For The Dzongri La - Goecha La - Twin Pass Trek

Is On Dynamic Pricing. Trek cost decreases with increased participation.

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* price might be subject to minimum group size of 5

Cost Inclusions

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN PRICE

  • 1 Medical Expert + Certified Technical Trek Leader.
  • 1 Dedicated Pre-Trek Orientation Expert
  • 1 Dedicated Pre-Trek Coordinator
  • 1 Local Route Guide.
  • 1 Assistant Route Guide ( for group size between 8 - 15 ).
  • 1 Cook + Required Kitchen Helpers.
  • Required Camp Helpers.
  • Required Evacuation Helpers.
  • All camping equipment including Dining and Toilet Tents.
  • Sleeping bags with fleece liners for warmth and hygiene.
  • All meals on Treks suited for high altitude.
  • 3 meals, i.e BLD with morning and evening teas, evening snacks, dessert and hot drinks after dinner
  • All safety trek gears as required.
  • High Altitude Medical kit with oxygen cylinders.
  • All permits required for trekking in Kanchendzonga National Park.
  • All staff, their wage, insurances, transfers to and from their home and meals.
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Yuksom ( room + breakfast + dinner )
Cost Exclusions

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDDED 

  • Transfers from Bagdogra/ NJP: Can be arranged on request to be paid on actuals to the driver ( 5500 - 6000 Rs. one way fare. 1 Vehicle Can accommodate 6 people comfortably )
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal Purchases
  • Food Purchased Outside Our Menu
  • Personal Baggage Offloading ( at extra cost of INR 3500)
  • Personal Gears
  • Bottled Water or Any Other Drinks
  • Anything else not mentioned in inclusion list
Important Information
DYNAMIC PRICING: Our pricing system is Dynamic and the price is not fixed. Rather, it is based on the 'actual' team size which joins the trek with you and passes on the group discount benefit to all the members, irrespective of your own group which might be a Solo Trekking Member or a group of 2 or 3. We consider it a TEAM right away from the Booking process itself. The cost is initially on the higher side and as the team size increases with more participants, the price per head comes down. We initially charge just the booking amount to keep your slots booked. The final price shall be known later and balance amount needs to be paid 1 month before the trek start date. Last moment changes in the team size will be addressed as and when the team size changes between 1 month of the trek start date. Your invoice will detail all the historical changes made on the invoice amount.
INTERNATIONAL GUESTS: Trek cost for foreigners is slightly higher than the cost for our Indian guests, mainly due to higher permit fee applicable for admission to National Parks or protected forest areas. Sometimes, it may be higher due to local crew wages and other specific arrangements we make to ensure a safe, comfortable and enriching travel experience in India. However, we absolutely DO NOT 'hyper-charge' our International guests ever and at the same time, ensure that we meet all the standards for highly qualified trek leaders and guides, safety, medical preparation, evacuation strategy, rescue arrangements, eco-sensitive travel, high value knowledge sharing about the area and customs of the locals.
PRIVATE GROUPS: We love to trek in smaller private groups as we believe that it gives the best ambience to experience the Himalayan spirituality, serenity, solitude and rawness. Small private groups are also eco friendly, safe, easy to manage and more caring towards each other. Most importantly, private groups are more focused towards their objective, specially for difficult treks above 6000 meters. They can be customized to suit your needs. On the other hand, they cost little more due to more dedicated resources. We specialize in arranging customized private groups catering to your specific needs. Contact us to request a private group for your team.
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Prayumna Prakash, Golfer and Coach, Chennai


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We were a group of 8 for the November 2016 Goechala trek, an ideal number that ensured we received personal attention whenever required. The age group ranged from that of my son, 25 yrs, to myself at 57 yrs. At the outset I would like to give a thumbs up to a couple of things .. 1. The very prompt communication attending to all enquiries and advice given via the internet, and subsequently in person once the team had assembled. 2. The constant watchful care of the trek leader, Montu Singh, who not only monitored our physical well being every evening, but also kept vigil throughout the day. There is just one word that describes him .. amazing ! The food was very good, they even baked a cake for my birthday at Lamuney ! However, what was very, very disappointing (and a big surprise considering what we had become used to) was the food served on the main summit day. That day of all days should have been special but turned out to be the opposite. After refreshments at 2:30 am the trek started. Later in the morning a light packed snack sufficed. Expectations were that on returning back to camp at Lamuney everyone would indulge in a good, wholesome, hot meal after such a long and strenuous climb to the summit. Sadly, all that was served was Phale, something akin to a large samosa stuffed with grated cabbage and carrot, and plain parathas with nothing to eat it with. Later, even the dinner was late because while the team had reached Kokchurong, the yaks transporting the tents and kitchen items took much longer to arrive. It was a long, cold, hungry wait. Another big disappointment was that on the last day of the trek, it seemed that the porters were no longer careful with the handling of the bags being transported, the bags were being thrown on the ground, the center support strap of my bag had been removed, and on reaching Yuksom when I opened my duffel to do my packing that evening I discovered it had been torn in the bottom with numerous holes all around. My suggestions to Himalayan High .. 1. Please ensure extra care is taken to provide an adequate meal after the summit climb 2. Please provide duffel bags for clients to offload their things into so that they can return to pack their things into their own bags which will be safe from ruin. Hope this feedback helps in an improvement in your services which was, overall, good.

Gayatri Irani, Housewife, Cuttack, Odisha


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I did the Goecha-la trek and could not be more satisfied with the Himalayan High team . Suman , who was always there to offer advice on pre-trek prep . Montu , who pulled off the toughest job of trek leader with absolute ease and Chayan , documenting the entire trip along with sharing his intricate knowledge of the Himalayas . Are you looking for small groups with personalized attention to your needs , do you prefer hot food rather than a packed lunch ? Would like the best equipment rather than 2nd rate stuff ? Himalayan High .. look no further !

Prithvi Narayanan, Teacher, Chennai


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Just fab! Coming all the way from South America, I had the good fortune to come across with this great company, and joined them for Sandakphu Phalut trek in Darjeeling region and then Goecha La in Sikkim. After some research I chose them because of their values (available on their website) and especially because of the welcoming and dedicated response I got from them. From both experiences I got the impression that their itineraries are carefully planned, being a bit longer than usual, which gives the chance for both good enjoyment and proper acclimatisation in high altitude treks. Their trek leaders Montu and Chayan are friendly, knowledgable and safety-oriented, making you feel confident in every moment. In Sandakphu Phalut, being a tea house trek, the trek leader always made sure that I was treated as a special guest, and when possible managed to avoid crowded home stays. He also made special emphasis on the cultural side, showing a vast knowledge of (and love for) Nepali culture. The local guide they chose was also very knowledgeable and friendly, always with a smile. As for Goecha La, from about one month prior to the trek, Suman did a great orientation job, providing lots of advise on all possible preparation issues. Camping stays were quite a luxury: efficient helpers, very good gear and excellent food cooked on the spot (they even managed to bake a bday cake for one of the trekkers at 4000 meters altitude!). The trek leaders monitored our health condition all the time, and did not doubt in making tough decisions when the safety of all the team was compromised. And most important of all: the they made all the possible efforts to take us safely all the way to Goecha La (the pass), rather than previous viewpoints. And to bring us safely back of course. I definitely recommend this company to anyone planning to visit the Himalayas.

Fernanda Weinstein Perelman, Student, Santiago, Chile


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