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    Thorung La is the high point at just over 5400m. We were about 4 days over 4000m as it was MrsCJ’s first time at real altitude so we acclimatised properly.

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      Impressive. I don't think that I've ever reached 1000m...

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        Very nice, Chris. I'm hugely envious.

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          Looks fantastic Chris, wish I was there!

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            Beautiful!

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              They’re quite something Chris.

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                What everyone else has said. Special kudos to you for helping her experience it.

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                  Thanks UA.
                  It’s a special place isn’t it? Probably my last time in the Himalayas as I feel worse about flying every time and I don’t think I have the cojones to travel overland via Pakistan. (Or the budget to go the long way ‘round through China!)
                  I’m quite looking forward to exploring the large areas of the UK of which I’m sadly ignorant.

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                    England gets a pat on the back from Loney Planet and bigs up Paul's recent route: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-50138051

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                        That guy in the boat had it nailed spot wise....

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                          That's a stunning photo MS, where is it?

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                            It's bloody lovely. Is the Lonely Planet list paid for somehow? I seem to remember Scotland dominating such (LP, Rough Guide) lists a few years back, and the SNP tourism minister always on hand with a pithy quote.

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                              It's the Trent&Mersey canal, i walked from Runcorn East to Frodsham train stations that day.

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                                      On Moel Siabod today. Gorgeous day, frozen solid in the upper parts which spiced up our scramble nicely. The raven was duly fed...

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                                        Breathtaking

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