Annapurna Circuit still worth to do Trekking  in Nepal
21 Jul

Annapurna Circuit Still Worth To Do Trekking In Nepal

Annapurna Circuit is still worth Trekking in NepalAnnapurna Circuit trek is one of the very popular trekking destinations in the world, Every traveler dreams of visiting the Annapurna circuit and the Mount Everest base Camp trek. Around the Annapurna and Base camp of Mount Everest is rated top travel destination in the world. Off course Panoramic Himalayan views, fascinating landscapes, and rich cultures. This is the region Annapurna circuit and the Mount Everest trek is a very popular trekking holiday in the world. Besides Annapurna circuit trail is suffering because of the driving road and nowadays travelers consider trekking in more remote areas where not driving roads are untouched alternative routes rise up the Manaslu Tsum Valley trek and this route become quite popular too. However, still Annapurna circuit is still very beautiful like often you may take a local trail to avoid motorable roads, which will give you really great views, and great experiences too.

Annapurna Himalayan View
Annapurna Himalayan Views from Nawal Village during the Annapurna Circuit Trek 

You may combine the Popular Annapurna circuit trail after completing the Manaslu circuit trek joining at Dharapani and continue walking along the Marshyangdi Valley till Pisang village and from Pisang taking the Upper route via the lovely Village Ghyaru located elevation of 3670 meters and Ngawal village. 360-degree views of Annapurna massif from this village, traditional Buddhist village, Buddhist stupas, mani wall, and prayer wheel, are the great attractions. If you have an extra day in Manang visit ice lake which we recommend very strongly. Trek continues to Tilicho Lake visiting the highest lake in the world located 4949m from sea level. Crossing the Thorungla pass 5416m is the trip highlight. Muktinath popular pilgrimage place where Buddhist and Hindu temples are located thousand of pilgrimages visit this place every year. Tibetan-style traditional village Gharkot and Kagbeni gateway of Upper Mustang is located in the Kaligandaki river bank which is a great opportunity to explore the route of Annapurna Circuit Trek.


      Camping at Tilicho Lake 


Annapurna massif, Nilgiri 7061m, Tilicho Peak 7134m, and Mount Dhaulagiri 8167m are the highlights of the Himalayas view. The highest peaks to the deepest gorge in the world are located in this tiny country and the deepest gorge is located in the route of the entire Annapurna circuit between Mount Annapurna I 8091m and Mount Dhaulagiri 8167m. Between Mount Annapurna I, 8091m, and Dhaulagiri 8167m range is only 35Km. These two 8000m peaks create the Kali Gandaki Gorge where the Kali Gandaki River flows. Mount Annapurna I was the first ascent of 8000m peaks early on June 03 - 1950 by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal.


Tilicho Lake and Himalayan views.


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