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The second of The Mountain Walker Diaries series records the quirky thought process of Sanjay Mukherjee as he travels with the team and his 9-year-old, city-bred child across Kinnaur and Spiti districts of Himachal Pradesh, India.
“The things I take for granted in a city are many. Today is the third day without mobile connectivity, Internet, electricity, and hot water (note the order of importance). Thing is, I don’t miss any of those. Without the mobile and the Internet, I am talking to people face-to-face (something I have to specify, although in villages, talking necessarily means face-to-face). Somewhere between the city and the village and the wilderness lies the meaningfulness of living a fulfilled life. And I aim to find and maintain that balance.”
The second of “The Mountain Walker Diaries” series records the quirky thought process of Sanjay Mukherjee (Founder of The Mountain Walker) as he travels with the team and his 9-year-old, city-bred child across Kinnaur and Spiti on a journey that takes them across Hangrang Valley, to the Mummy at Gue, through iconic monasteries of Spiti, culminating in a 6-hour hike from Kunzum La to Chandratal.