Any one know where to stay in the SAINJ valley

#1 Aug 25th, 2004, 01:15
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Any pointers for places to stay either in LARJI or SAINJ villages, or between.

Infact anything about this valley would be appreciated.
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Don't know any specifics, but a quick google brought up a lot of information, Take a look
Here
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My friend has borrowed my trekking book.... which probably has SOME info. Let me get it back... then maybe I'll tell you.

Chris Bonington has also written abt his trek in the sainj valley... at link...

http://www.bonington.com/diary/diary2.htm
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Looks pretty intrepid to me, I'm not into climbing vast mountains. All I want to do is go some where shanti, away from where people who are learning Tabla and shouting across the street to each other.
Pavarti Valley has been over run with tourist types.
I went there almost 10 years ago, it was mildly thronging with westerners then. I'd love to go some where where I can practice my Hindi, and not be offered tours in Yiddish.
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I haven't got my book yet, but there is a place known as Sai Ropa Guest House which is a class apart.... its in the Sainj or the neighbouring Tirthan valley.... quiet place... ideal for ruminating monks or writers. Its a tad expensive though.
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I have allready replied to you in TT regarding this. Anyways posting here too. You can book Forest Rest House within the vicinity of " Great Himalayan National Park " which is located in Sainj Valley near Aut in Himachal. For details log on to

http://www.greathimalayannationalpark .com/GHNP_ecotocontact.htm
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#7 Aug 27th, 2004, 17:43
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Cheers geezas.....

see my MAHA cut n paste job:

http://thorntree.lonelyplanet.com/me...entid=0&from=2

How much has Parvarti Valley meen mashed up by this Dam Dam Hyrdo thing?
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Had been to that area last October & seen vast area of Kinnar is under this construction specially on the way to Sangla & Kalpa .But have not come across any mesh in the Kullu-Aut- Jalori Pass - Rampur route .

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