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What is Milind Soman doing at 12,000 ft?

By Rediff Get Ahead
December 02, 2020 08:45 IST
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Milind Soman and wife Ankita Konwar trekked to Sandakphu, one of the highest peaks in West Bengal.

At about 12,000 feet, Sandakphu offers stunning views of some of the highest peaks in the world -- Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu....

The 55-year-old supermodel-entrepreneur shared pictures from his journey.

Take a look!

How Milind Soman trekked to Sandakphu

IMAGE: Milind begins his journey. Photographs: Kind courtesy Milind Soman/Instagram

 

How Milind Soman trekked to Sandakphu

IMAGE: 'Blue like no other!! The most beautiful skies, the most beautiful mountains, the most beautiful people on the route to Sandakphu and Phalut,' Milind posts.
'So happy to be back in the mountains again, love, love, love!!! Today's stop Kala Pokhri 10,000 ft.'

 

How Milind Soman trekked to Sandakphu

IMAGE: At 10,000 ft, it's time for the couple to click a selfie! 'Tashi Delek,' Ankita says while sharing a similar picture.

 

IMAGE: The couple trekked 51 km across 4 days from Maney Bhanjyang to reach Phalut.
'Maney Bhanjyang to Tumling, Tumling to Kalapokhri, Kalapokhri to Sandakphu and Sandakphu to Phalut,' Ankita cites their itinerary.
'On the final day, a climb of 5 hours with our bags, which remained a cloudy day throughout, the sun just decided to greet us at the top with the most glorious sunset ever!'
'The view was worth the climb and cold.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Ankita Konwar/Instagram

How Milind Soman trekked to Sandakphu

IMAGE: 'The fire in the sky at Sandakphu,' Milind captions this picture with the sunset in the background.

 

How Milind Soman trekked to Sandakphu

IMAGE: Can you see the Sleeping Buddha?
'Sunrise closer to heaven! The view from Phalut has to be seen to be believed. The Kanchenjunga range on one side and Mt Everest on the other!' Milind exclaims at the end of the trip.
'After a hilly and seemingly unending 21 km trek from Sandakphu, the highest point in West Bengal at almost 12,000 ft, you will be greeted with a landscape, a sunrise and sunset too spectacular to ever forget you might even feel like you are flying.'

 

Don't miss the gorgeous view of Everest! Video: Kind courtesy Ankita Konwar/Instagram

 

 

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