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Mustang: Trekking in Nepal's forbidden kingdom

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Photo gallery • April 2, 2021

Blogger Myriam Kopp hiked the Kingdom of Mustang in Nepal. The view of the 8,000 meter high mountains, endless expanses, bizarre rock formations, but also the encounters with the locals, their culture and their history have made trekking a very special experience for Myriam. She brought her favorite photos for us.

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Myriam Kopp loves to be outside in nature. Pretty much every vacation is used to discover different countries on foot. What she experienced during the 15-day trekking tour in Mustang, she describes in her blog "Pulse of Freedom". She also reports regularly on her domestic and foreign outdoor activities and shares them on Facebook and Instagram.

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