Could you please provide a contact information? I would like to go to this area but specific information is scarce. Thank you.
Hi! May I use this picture for research I am doing on the Brahmaputra / Tsang Po / Siang River? I would be happy to explain you more, but cannot send you a message here for some reason!
Pemako..... It is a blessing to see the pictures of this land. The two falls are out of the world.
Thank you for sharing these pictures. If I ever visit the great bend, I will certainly ask you for help. As for me, I live in Assam, where the Tsangpo becomes the mighty Brahmaputra River of India. The whole area of Pemako has intrigued me for quite sometime.
I'd most appreciate it if you could contact me (email@example.com) regarding details (coordianates, etc.) of your hiking trail for the above photos. Especially reshui gou...where did you enter/exit? We are contemplating a hike up that river valley (detouring left at 31.023N 103.035E) but the valley trail was a mess last time we looked.
Best regards & thanks in advance;
Pl accept my greetings.Great photography, great turnaround Really earthly wonder
In pemakoe there is no Yarlung Tsangpo, in pemakoe w e have famous river called Tsang chu.
Above picture by hichosle is called Brang sa in pemakoe
His book was very well written, with loads of references and academic stuffs, though some contents might not be up-to-date in terms of what's happening out there or making expeditions.
I traversed the upper stretch of this gorge in 2007, but unfortunately didn't make our route into this 5 mile gap due to various reasons. Well done! Excellent job! Ever since 2003, expeditions in this region have been made more difficult because of migration projects. The nearest supply would be at least 3-4 days away.