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A Visit to Nepal

Scott A. Yost

October 23 - December 6, 1994


Travel Journal

Photograph Album

Interactive Maps


Guide Books

My Guide, Lal Man Tamang

Packing List

Advice from Usenet posts


Tennessee Alumnus article


Searchable Index

Nepal and the Himalayas on the Web

In the fall of 1994, I spent six weeks visiting Nepal. After exploring Kathmandu, I went to the Everest Region for a twenty day trek. There, I climbed two 18,000-foot hills, Kala Pattar and Gokyo Ri for views of Mt. Everest and its surroundings, and visited the Buddhist monastery at Tengboche. Then I went to Pokhara for a ten day trek to the Annapurna Base Camp and Poon Hill. I was accompanied on both treks by my guide, Lal Man Tamang, who was an excellent companion. Finally, I visited the Royal Chitwan National Park for some elephant rides and jungle walks among the rhinos, monkeys, and other wildlife. Nepal is a great and beautiful country with wonderful people, and I am sure I will return some day.

Appearing in Walking the World Wide Web, the Webcrawler Select Travel Tales, the GNN Travel Center Travelers' Reading Room, the Great Outdoors Recreation Pages, TravelPoint Travelogues, InfoHub, Zia Travelogues and the Nepal Home Page.

Copyright (c)Scott A. Yost, 1995. All rights reserved. See also New Zealand Adventures.

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