Nelong – The Forbidden Valley of Janhavi : Ashutosh Mishra | IMF Webinars Vol. 11 | Exploration

Aptly referred to as the Forbidden Valley, the Nelong watershed in the “Source of the Ganges” area has long been the object of curiosity among adventurers or those looking for escaping into Tibet like Heinrich Harrer. Ashutosh Mishra executed multiple explorations in his attempt to unravel some interesting aspects of this rarely visited valley including exploring an alternate route to Kalindi Khal from Gangotri temple to Badrinath temple. Join Ashutosh in his explorations of the Forbidden Valley of Janhavi.

Ashutosh Mishra pursues a career in Management Consulting with deep passion for the Himalayas. He has spent about 2 decades in exploratory expeditions in the Himalayan ranges of Kumaon, Garhwal and Kinnaur. Ashutosh combines modern technology with Himalayan explorations in team formation, route planning, navigation and visualization for such expeditions. He has been regularly published in mountaineering journals and awarded by the IMF for several interesting and pioneering adventures. Currently he is involved in diverse projects in the mountains, ranging from organic farming to renewable energy solutions and more interesting explorations.

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