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Nepal_1-101 Teahouse, Sulighad Khola Valley | by Roger Nix's Travel Collection

Nepal_1-101 Teahouse, Sulighad Khola Valley | by Roger Nix's Travel Collection

Nepal_1-490 Tsakhang Gompa | by Roger Nix's Travel Collection

Nepal_1-490 Tsakhang Gompa | by Roger Nix's Travel Collection

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The landscape world of photographer Thomas Heaton This image shows the beauty of a temperature inversion as the clouds fill a valley in the Lake District, U.

Nepal_1-034 Reststop, Juphal to Rupghad | by Roger Nix's Travel Collection

Reststop, Juphal to Rupghad

View to the north from the ridge crossed by the pass. The pass lies between the foot of the Suni Danda (on the left) and the extended 5000+ m ridge of the Gudpal Lek (on the right). The initial descent is quote steep but the trail then crosses the flattish area in the centre of the photograph, before dropping away steeply down into the valley on the left.

View to the north from the ridge crossed by the pass. The pass lies between the foot of the Suni Danda (on the left) and the extended 5000+ m ridge of the Gudpal Lek (on the right). The initial descent is quote steep but the trail then crosses the flattish area in the centre of the photograph, before dropping away steeply down into the valley on the left.

A view down the Annikhana Gad valley (towards Chhetti village and the foothills) from the shrine at 4412 m, which is on the route up to the pass, the Pathar Rashi Bhanjyang.   The snow-covered summit on the right is Kap Chuli (6468 m). The rock peak on the very far-right is Pk 6165.   Note – this is essentially the same viewpoint as that for W_Nepal_2316, but there was some snowfall during the evening in-between the photographs.

A view down the Annikhana Gad valley (towards Chhetti village and the foothills) from the shrine at 4412 m, which is on the route up to the pass, the Pathar Rashi Bhanjyang. The snow-covered summit on the right is Kap Chuli (6468 m). The rock peak on the very far-right is Pk 6165. Note – this is essentially the same viewpoint as that for W_Nepal_2316, but there was some snowfall during the evening in-between the photographs.

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