Another 4 hours spent climbing to Tarak Ridge where we set-up our camp and spent the next two days. Along the way, we came across a river called Papaya River where we took our rest and refilled our water bottles, some of us took a quick plunge. This river is some sort of a rendezvous for all the climbers before taking the rough part of the climb. There are parts of the climb where we needed to use ropes descending from a higher to a lower ground and vice versa.
When we reached Tarak Ridge it was covered with clouds, too bad, we can’t see the view, but once in a while we had glimpses and it was really breath-taking.
The most difficult part of climbing Tarak Ridge was when we’re taking the summit route, we literally crawled under some trees and jumped over some big rocks, it was hard but it’s fun. When we reached the summit, we finally had a chance to see the bigger view, we can see the entire province from that point. It was priceless, the view is so majestic that we spent the entire afternoon just sitting and taking pictures.