We had a wonderful morning trekking in trail no 10. Contrary to what the others said we found the trail reasonably well marked and had no trouble finding it. Even at places where we were unsure , some kind hearted trekkers and locals had put up small boards or strung a ribbon across so that we would take the right path. We said a silent thank you to those who did this and went on ahead. It was reasonably challenging considering that we are not professional trekkers. The place was awesome and the rain gods for once were taking a nap. The clouds also decided to keep away making the day just right for us. The high point of is was a small snake we found right in the middle of the path deathly still. A kind hearted dog who followed us and sensed our fear stood right over this snake and helped us navigate this. We followed the trail 6 on he way down. This was challenging in places and our major fear was snakes having already encountered one. The path itself was very slippery and steep. Many would find navigating this a problem. It hits a stream on the way down which had crystal clear water where we washed our muddy hands and splashed some more on our faces. This had a log placed over it and setting seemed straight out of a movie set. Overall, I would strongly recommend although a group would give a sense of comfort. There are markings on path 10 up till the peak of Mount Jasar but there are none on path 6, so we used an application maps.me. It was very helpful and clearly showed us the right path.
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