Annapurna Region

Located in the Himalayas of Nepal, the Annapurna  trek about 300 km trailing along the Annapurna range is an explicitly major attraction of the Annapurna Region. The trek begins from Besisahar and proceeds along the Marshyangdi River with the enticing view of Manasalu and Himal Chuli. The highest altitude in the trek, about 5516 m lies at the Thorong La pass, near the boundary of the well-known Tibetan plateau. The journey includes many spectacular mountain lookouts like Annapurna (8,091m), Machhapuchhare (6,993m) and the ice pyramid Dhaulagiri(8,167m), the home of the legendary Buddhist guru Padmasamba.

As the trek descends to the west from Manang to Muktinath, there emerge an infertile Tibetan like settlement of the Kali Gandaki, and the exciting part of the trek lies ahead at the world’s deepest gorge between the grand Annapurna and Dhaulagiri at dana. The Annapurna circuit trek, the trade route between Nepal and Tibet in the past is a culturally and religiously sound remote area. The trail covers up the whole Annapurna mountain region and offers a unique harmonization of people and landscapes, from the lowland to the alpine meadows and finally to the Tibet.

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Activity levels

Easy trekking are basically for the beginners. This kind of treks is typically done in the lower hilly region of elevation below 3500 metre. The trails in this trek are generally vertical and walking time is 3 - 5 hours everyday.

Moderate types of trekking generally take place on the low altitude zone crossing the passes below the elevation of 4500 meters. Normally the walking is from 4 - 6 hours each day.

Hard kind of trekking routes crosses through the wild and adventurous trails and sometimes passes through the snow covered high passes between 4500 meters to 5500 meters. Usually the walks takes from 7-8 hours everyday.

Generally this types of routes are demanding long distance treks where the walks takes up to 9 hours each day. Each trail crosses at least one pass over 5500 meters frequently contains hardly ever explored regions. Challenging are the expedition types of activity.