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Trekking guide and travel writer Terray Sylvester shares his thoughts on the 'Land of the Snow Leopard'Suzy sits weeping on the shore of Chhoitai Tal, wiping tears from her cheeks under the close gaze of a rickety white horse that is mostly bones but, somehow, despite the hollows in its mud-stained ribcage, completely, captivatingly beautiful.
Fall in the Himalaya is a magical time. High pressure weather systems sweep across the land, making for seemingly endless sun-filled, blue sky days.
Imagine yourself a snake I thought, slithering slowly steadily uphill. I watched my feet–one foot clumsily fell in front of the other as I rounded another switchback. Be a snake that slides uphill all the way up to 18,200 feet.
Do Yetis exist? Except for a few “lucky” Buddhist shepherds tending their flocks high up in the Himalayas, few have obtained more than a fleeting glance of this infamous abominable creature. The lore and legend continues to live on.
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