Ghasa trekking information

The Annapurna Circuit Trek takes around 16 days and is considered as medium - hard trekking. This trekking route is known as most popular and classical trek in the Annapurna region. Annapurna Circuit TrekkingThis trekking trail is also recommended as one of the twenty best trekking trails all over the world. This trekking trail will take you to the villages with great mountain views, different castes people like Gurungs, Magars, Brahmins, Chhetris, Newars . You will start your trek from Besi Sahar. This trail (Ngadi)can also be seen in The National Geographic but the road has been drstroyed by the landslide. Throughout this trekking trail you will share the way with small caravan who transport supplies to the remote village of this area. There will be a small fields of millet and wheat, small flock of sheeps and goats. Thakalis and tribes controls the trading and pilgrimage trails. You will trek through different small villages like Khudi, Bhulbule, Ngadi, Lampata, Bahundanda, Jagat, Khorte, Dharapani etc.

Itinerary
Day 1 - Besi Sahar to Bahundanda 
Day 2 - Bahundanda to Chamje 
Day 3 - Chamje to Bagarchhap 
Day 4 - Bagarchhap to Chame 
Day 5 - Chame to Pisang 
Day 6 - Pisang to Manang 
Day 7 - Acclimatisation Day in Manang 
Day 8 - Manang to Letdar 
Day 9 - Letdar to Thorung Phedi 
Day 10 - Thorung Phedi to Muktinath 
Day 11 - 16 - Muktinath to Pokhara

Best time
October - November and March - April are the best months for this trek.

 

Positively reviewed trekking agencies for the Annapurna Circuit Trek are EncountersNepal.com in Kathmandu and Asian Heritage Treks & Expeditions in Kathmandu as well.

Location

28° 32' 19.2732" N, 84° 7' 40.1088" E

trekking features

  • teahouse / lodge trek
  • Length >14 days and < 21 days
  • Maximum Altitude >5000m
  • Difficulty - Hard

Annapurna Circuit Trekking, Nepal details


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