Among only a few hundred outsiders so far, we entered the smoky Ghallum Valley in April this year. A tributary of the Assam‘s beloved Lohit River in the very eastern edges of India near to the border to South Tibet, the river Ghallum originates in glacial peaks never seen by any man. In an first ever attempt to explore these hidden peaks and ascend till the pass of Tani Razi, we along with pioneering UK-based adventure company Secret Compass are organizing an expedition next year in November, with the sole aim of going where no man has gone so far. More details here.
- Celebrating Reh Festival with the Charming Mishmis of Arunachal Pradesh
- Photo Of The Day: A Meyor House at Dong Village
- The Lure Of The Lohit River – To Where Eastern India Ends