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Jamie wrote the guide book:
Our yak photo page
Hello everyone, lots of people search the
web for yak pictures and end up here,
You can use these pictures for school projects and other non-commercial use for free.
We use yaks to carry loads from Everest Base camp to Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the north side of Everest.
Cute! This is in Kagbeni at Yak Donalds
A yak in Upper Mustang
In the Kanchenjunga region, here a yak carries a load over
a rough, small trail, no problem.
The tassles on its head and ears are decoration, not its own hair.
They are very sure footed, and with four legs, even if slipping on ice will keep their balance.
Some Tibetan women unloading their sleeping bags at Shishapangma Base Camp
Sheila's popular yak photo. Yes, yaks come in whites, greys, blondes and blacks, and even a mix.
A curious yak who has just carried that load from Tibet across the Nangpa La to Namche.
This is the life! And you couldn't find a more scenic place, the second lake
with Cholatse in the background.
Yaks grazing at Gyablung, on the way to Cho Oyu ABC in Tibet
We have a great wildlife gallery
jdesign -- 2012