I reached the highest village in the Himahlyas, a place called kuti, at an elevation of 12,920 feet.
At kuti I halted and summoned the leading natives to my tent.
The Kali turns suddenly to 37° (bearings magnetic), while the kuti River keeps a general direction of 325° (bearings magnetic).
On either side of the kuti River were peaks as high as 20,000 feet and more.
We followed the kuti River at the foot of the mountain range, travelling in a direction of 298° (b.m).
kuti gansilyúhun kanang mútip, That motif is an intricate one to crochet.
We followed the kuti River at the foot of the mountain range.
Those spots were glaciers, and I saw many of them, feeding as they do the numerous streams flowing into the kuti River.
We pushed on as soon as possible over the road between Nabi and kuti, which I have already described.
The kuti village is the highest in Bias, being situated at an elevation of 12,920 feet.