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Gokyo Trek: Elias and Team Explore the Rugged Landscape Near Tibet

Good evening from Lhungde. The team made it to the last human settlement of the Thame Valley before the Tibetan border. We also broke the 4,000 meter mark, and we're currently sleeping a few feet shy of the elevation of Mt. Rainier. The journey was pleasant and beautiful, as everything was more authentic the higher we went. Yaks substituted the cow hybrid "Chapke", the lodges turned into real Sherpa homes, and the landscape became more rugged. We're the only westerners here right now, and we sure hope that we don't get invaded tomorrow during our rest day. Stay tuned as soon we'll start our hike up Renjo Pass, the high point of our trip RMI Guide Elias de Andres Martos

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