Annapurna Region Trekking

The Annapurna Region Trekking is a trek within the Annapurna mountain range of central Nepal. The total length of the route varies between 160–230 km (100-145 mi), depending on where motor transportation is used and where the trek is ended. This trek crosses two different river valleys and encircles the Annapurna Massif. The path reaches its highest point at Thorong La pass (5416m/17769 ft), touching the edge of the Tibetan plateau. Practically all trekkers hike the route anticlockwise, as this way the daily altitude gain is slower, and crossing the high Thorong La pass is easier and safer. See more.

The Annapurna Region Trekking is a trek within the Annapurna mountain range of central Nepal. The total length of the route varies between 160–230 km (100-145 mi), depending on where motor transportation is used and where the trek is ended. This trek crosses two different river valleys and encircles the Annapurna Massif. The path reaches its highest point at Thorong La pass (5416m/17769 ft), touching the edge of the Tibetan plateau. Practically all trekkers hike the route anticlockwise, as this way the daily altitude gain is slower, and crossing the high Thorong La pass is easier and safer.

Annapurna region is one of the conservation areas. Taking us through lush green foothills, barren of the world’s deepest Kaligandaki gorge and subtropical forest adorned with rhododendrons and other wild flowers, it showcases other unique species of vegetation and fauna. Trekkers can choose to make the trip a camp based (food and overnight stays in camps set-up by the trekking support crew) or a lodge based (food and overnight stays in lodges).

An Annapurna trekking cover wide range of cultural and geographical varieties and showcases every little aspects of its natural and cultural prong at Tatopani are some destinations that hold great religious values. The Cross Thorong La (5416m) is the ultimate

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