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View of Thamserku at Bengar
Nepal

After Toktok, the trail climbs and again continues its course along the side of the Dudh Koshi Valley before dropping into the village of Bangar. This little plateau of sediments on which this village is built upon has enough fertile land to sustain a bit of farming. The only crops left at this time of the year seem to be a few tubers of Chinese Radish.

Thamserku (6341m) dominates the landscape here.

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