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India field trip

India field trip

India field trip

Photo post: student journey through Northern India

In May, second year BSc Environmental Science student Asher Moore took a Geography field trip to Northern India. Here are some of his photos from the trip.

Asher says:

"Me and my fellow Geography peers went on an amazing adventure around northern India, working with Punjab University and Himachal Pradesh University.

 

We looked at a range of physical aspects and their human impacts. It was a whirlwind couple of weeks in which many friends where made, incredible places visited and fantastic food consumed. I would like to say and big thank you to Richard, Esther and Christoph [Geography tutors] for all the knowledge imparted and time devoted to making this a life-changing experience.

 

I would highly recommend anyone able to take the Geographical Fieldwork module, do so and throw yourself into the work and culture. You won't regret it!"

Hiking through a river in the forest

Trekking in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, Vashisht

Snow-capped mountain with buildings in foreground

From the balcony in the Manali Hotel

Distant mountains with trees in the foreground

Distant mountains with buildings in the foreground

Man stands in front of waterfall

Me in front of Jogini falls, Vashisht

Waterfall

Trekking in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state, Vashisht

Pinjore Gardens, Chandigarh

Pinjore Gardens, Chandigarh

Students trekking in India

Jogini falls, Vashisht

Rushing river water

River running through woodland

Interested in Geography and Environment courses at Bath Spa? Search courses to find out more about what you could do, or visit the interest areas: Geography and Environmental Studies.

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