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Trekking Route Identifying Symbols (TRIS) at Kalinchowk Trekking route

Trekking Route Identifying Symbols (TRIS) have been put up at various
points from Kuribazar to Kalinchowk Temple of Dolakha district. Max
Media, a media company based in Lalitpur, Kalinchowk Conservation
Committee and locals of Dolakha have erected these sign posts to help
trekkers find their way through the wilderness. Trekking in Nepal
without a guide can be a tricky affair. A trekker from Darjeeling had
recently died after getting lost in the same route. A total of 32
poles have been put up along the route to help trekkers identify the
route.

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