Day 3: Jagat – Dharapani (1960 m)

Characteristic picture of Jagat.
Characteristic picture of Jagat.
This place at the northern part of Jagat had cleen water and snickers.
This place at the northern part of Jagat had cleen water and snickers.
After following a sign saying "nice old trekking route" we suddenly found our selves walking between beautifel green jungle plats with waterwuns- and falls everywhere inbetween the plants. Later this day we would reach Tal (1700) the scenery would change completely to a bare landscape with almost no plants.
After following a sign saying “nice old trekking route” we suddenly found our selves walking between beautifel green jungle plats with waterwuns- and falls everywhere inbetween the plants. Later this day we would reach Tal (1700) the scenery would change completely to a bare landscape with almost no plants.
Its hard to figure out the angle of this photo but its taken from a small wooden bridge and gives a good impression this beautiful trail.
Its hard to figure out the angle of this photo but its taken from a small wooden bridge and gives a good impression this beautiful trail.
The others (from left: Mees, Colt, Christian, Jacqueline) crossing the wooden bridge from where the photo before this one was taken.
The others (from left: Mees, Colt, Christian, Jacqueline) crossing the wooden bridge from where the photo before this one was taken.
Mees on the trail
Mees on the trail
Village of Chamche in a beatiful scenery.
Village of Chamche in a beatiful scenery.
In the beginning of the trek we stopped at everywaterfall though we had to stop doing that as waterfalls were almost every hundred meters during this part of the trek.
In the beginning of the trek we stopped at everywaterfall though we had to stop doing that as waterfalls were almost every hundred meters during this part of the trek.
These plants known as "christmas stars" in German and Danish grew everywhere at these altitudes (around 1500 m) - it was quite apropriet as we left for the trek just after christmas.
These plants known as “christmas stars” in German and Danish grew everywhere at these altitudes (around 1500 m) – it was quite apropriet as we left for the trek just after christmas.
After just walking for hours one has to remember to stop for water.
After just walking for hours one has to remember to stop for water.
We asked this man for the right was to Tal - "Kun Baato Tal Jancha?". By this time our accent was good enough in order for people to understand us.
We asked this man for the right was to Tal – “Kun Baato Tal Jancha?”. By this time our accent was good enough in order for people to understand us.
This was the view just before reaching a peak before ascending to Tal.
This was the view just before reaching a peak before ascending to Tal.
We studied this ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) sign for a while at the peak.
We studied this ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) sign for a while at the peak.
We arrived in Tal (1700) where we had a nice local dish at a restaurant/lodge. Almost everything was closed though becasuse of the Gurung New Year - we went to have a look and enden up dancing and having some more local food.
We arrived in Tal (1700) where we had a nice local dish at a restaurant/lodge. Almost everything was closed though becasuse of the Gurung New Year – we went to have a look and enden up dancing and having some more local food.
Was again it was a long day walking all the was to Dharapani at 1860 m.
Was again it was a long day walking all the was to Dharapani at 1860 m.

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