Annapurna Region

Trekking in the Annapurna region is a unique significance that’s in a class of its own. You wouldn’t want to compare the Annapurna to any of the other trek zones in Nepal. Or for that matter, its comparisons would even differ to the Everest region. This region of the Annapurna’s attracts the most backpackers than any other trekking regions of Nepal. Hereabouts, whatever you expected will be found in the Annapurna Region. Comfortably accessible along a range of well-kept trails that snake in and around the 55- kilometre Annapurna massif. Annapurna Region is   separated from the enormous Dhaulagiri (8167m) by the Kali Gandaki river. The deepest gorge in the world. The Annapurna region also has within its borders The Manaslu Circuit Trek. Which is the eighth highest mountain in the world, & gets approx. 2,000 visitors per year. Which is limited in comparison to Annapurna or the Everest.

Trekking Annapurna Region is similar in many ways to the Manaslu Circuit trek & the trail moves by a long steep, green river gorge (the Budhi Gandaki River), which surpasses glaciers and other impressive high-mountain landscapes. It was only in 1990’s when the first tea-houses took shape so that trekkers could complete the circuit without shunting camps. Its pretty ok now to call this circuit a tea-house trek, the lodges on the way are good and some places are still very basic. It is similar compared to Everest trek to Annapurna counterparts. The Annapurna massif, the tenth highest in the world spreads across 70 miles along the Great Himalaya of Nepal. Annapurna I rises to a height of 8,091m with amazing views that make trekking here worthwhile. The Annapurna region has many trekking routes. The Annapurna Circuit Trek, the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Mardi Himal Trek and the Jomsom-Muktinath Trek. However, there are other treks as well.

If the Annapurna Circuit Trek is not your cup of tea, & if the gritty gut wrenching slog over the 5416m Thorong La Pass is not what your body wants, then this region has an amazing array of easier trails that give you choices. Trekking Annapurna region is also famous for culture & traditions of Nepalese people. A whole range of ethnicities that begin from the very moment you start your walks from whichever point you begin at. It can be Beshisahar or Nayapul, as you hike into the lush mid-hills of this region, your eyes take in beautiful land scape of hills and mountains. The autumn is the best time of the year to visit this region. Trekking Annapurna region basically displays to its visitors the diverse natural environs of this region. This region also rich in flora & fauna that one remains transfixed at the vast variety in nature that the Annapurna region has on offer.

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