Group climbers challenged two unsubdued peaks that rise on a piece of land in the Himalayas Harvalskyh over triangular valley that cuts like in Tibet. We offer our readers the story of this contest, which lasted two years among the pine and silver birch forests, turbulent flows and harsh rocks, where the spectators were only Dzhadh-Ganges and clouds.
Beauty is sometimes quite insidious. This taught me Himalayas. They are good from afar, but when you get there, all seems as if was in paradise, but paradise this moment can turn into hell. Here the sun shines on the fun azure sky, sparkling snow, belted bizarre conglomeration of rocks and ice. Suddenly it all seemed falls through the ground. The world is such a clear and distinct moment ago, disappears under a veil of clouds. Barbed icy wind penetrates the body and turns of fun climbing a dangerous venture.
Yet every year I come back here. I like this variability, and the hluhishe place, the more exciting journey.
I'll talk about two summer expeditions to the valley of the river Ganges Judge-lying Harvalskyh in the Himalayas. In the first summer we studied the routes chosen for himself two beautiful peaks and conquered the one of them, and the following year returned to first conquer another peak - Chirbas (6525 m). Our path ran through the area, which Indian cartographers until recently did not have accurate data.
A small triangular valley on the northwest edge of Uttar Pradesh cuts in Tibet and full of stormy rivers, beautiful peaks and deep gorges. By the close of the Indo-Tibetan trade route bhotiyi lived here who have the right to freely cross the border in both directions. Now the valley can be found only soldiers and shepherds are in short summer rise from Harsu, near the Gangotri.
The map of India this valley barely noticeable, but should be there, as you feel your insignificance before nature. Smallest concussion - and disappear long ribbons of roads. A sound easily choke rockfall saber and gnashing of military exercises. Man leaves no attempts to hold the valley road, but still it manages to maintain its stark beauty and scant vegetation. Man is exposed to many dangers, and rockfall is not the worst of them.
We start from a lost your way in the coniferous forest shelter pilgrims Bhayronhhati (3079 m). Nearby, in 200 a passing under the bridge, boiling water Dzhadh-Ganges as perturbed by the fact that it locked on both sides of cliffs. Resentment continues, and it gradually increases the noise from rumbling restrained the origins to