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Trails around Annapurna Region

Abhishek Subedi July 24, 2020

Annapurna Trek is the amazing tour under the lap of the beautiful Annapurna Himalayan ranges and Gurung Villages. This is the perfect trip for those who want to experience all the aspects of trek with the unique and beautiful culture and tradition of Nepal. It takes you through the lowland villages occupied by Brahmin and Chhetri ethnic people to far off settlements of Manang. Encounter a wide range of culturally rich and ethnically diverse villages and settlements as you walk on the beautiful trekking trails through the very heart of the Annapurna region. Experience the differences on the terrain that ranges from subtropical woodlands to dry arid landscapes as you move higher.

Trails around Annapurna Region

You can see views of the Annapurna range, the Dhaulagiri range and the Manaslu Himalayas as you walk on paths that reach the far northern peaks all the way to the Tibetan plateaus. Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a great excursion through the grand magnificence of the Himalayas and diverse traditional villages and ethnic groups. The tranquil scene presents a wide scope of vegetation and faunas, ethnic Gurung settlements and farmlands. The tenth most noteworthy mountain on the planet, Mt Annapurna presents the greatness of the mountain scenery. Every year many tourists visit Nepal for the pleasure of enjoying superb mountain views and the rich cultural experience. 

1. Tilicho Trail

Tilicho trek lets you visit the spiritual hub of the country Muktinath and look at sights of amazing mountain peaks of Annapurna from one of the most famous vantage points- Poon Hill. It takes you through the lowland villages occupied by Brahmin and Chhetri ethnic people to far off settlements of Manang. Encounter a wide range of culturally rich and ethnically diverse villages and settlements as you walk on the beautiful trekking trails through the very heart of the Annapurna region. Experience the differences on the terrain that ranges from subtropical woodlands to dry arid landscapes as you move higher.

Trails around Annapurna Region

Tilicho Lake is the highlight of the trek which is one of the most winsome destinations for trekking in the country. Tilicho Lake has a distinct emerald glow in its water. Experiencing the best elements of the region, the Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake Trek is sure to leave you with beguiling natural presentations of the region’s wonders. The trekking trails are filled with lush vegetation and sights of the distant mountain peaks augment the feel of surrealism to the trekking journey. The whole experience of the Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake is unforgettable and brimming with the natural, cultural and Himalayan elegance of one of the most exquisite regions in the country. You can see views of the Annapurna range, the Dhaulagiri range and the Manaslu Himalayas as you walk on paths that reach the far northern peaks all the way to the Tibetan plateaus.

2. Mardi Himal Trail

From the beautiful Annapurna Mountains to the rich ethnic Rai and Limbu culture, the Mardi Himal Trek via Poon Hill is the best short trek of the Annapurna region. The Mardi Himal lies east of the Annapurnas Base camp. It presents the best features and regional attributes of the remote zone of the Annapurna. This trek is a beautiful balance between a commercial trekking hub and isolated areas. This hike takes a different approach to the regular trekking journey.  Correspondingly, it takes trekkers to the famous vantage point of Poon Hill. The panoramic views of the majestic mountains from Poon Hill are simply magnificent.

The Mardi Himal Trek is a new route that has only been open to international travellers since 2012. This trek offers you the majestic and stunning views of the Annapurna Ranges without the crowds of the people. This is an unforgettable adventure that takes you through verdant jungles, across swiftly flowing rivers of glacial melt water, and through pastoral settlements populated by diverse groups of people representing Nepal’s many different ethnicities. The trail criss-crosses its way beneath the unmistakable fishtail- shaped summit of Machhapuchhre as it ascends to high pastures, marvellous mountain vantage points and quiet guesthouses catering to travellers seeking the path less travelled. This combination of accessibility, natural grandeur and cultural authenticity makes the Mardi Himal trek a true hidden gem that’s just waiting to be discovered.

3. Nar Phu Trail

Nar Phu  Trekking  is an isolated trek with the delightful quaint Tibetan Villages, astonishing rock formation, alpine pastureland, narrow canyons, deep forests and majestic peaks. This trekking destination has more rugged terrain. The Mesokanto La Pass (5,089m) links Manang and the Kali Gandaki Valley. The Nar Phu Valley is less explored. It has a vast store of cultural riches. This valley is untouched by modern civilization. The people and the hospitality of the Nar Phu Valley never come second in the world. Nar Phu  Tilicho Lake Trekking is one of the restricted areas trekking in the Annapurna Region. It is physically demanding as well as technical climbing. It is recommended to have proper trekking experiences. One must have basic mountaineering training and physical and mental stamina to cope with every adverse situation. The altitude itself is a challenge.

Nar Phu Trail

The restricted areas of Nar and Phu lie between the two giant Himalayan ranges- Annapurna range and Manaslu range, which were opened for trekkers only since 2003. Also known as ‘The Lost Valleys’ because it remained undiscovered for a long period because of the remote location. This challenging trek leads us to the rarely explored hidden valley of Nar and Phu, and one of the highest altitude lakes in the world, Tilicho (4919 M). With off the beaten paths, amazing mountain sceneries, remote beautiful villages of Tibetan ethnicity, high passes, Buddhist monasteries & gompas, prayer flags, and diverse flora and fauna, this trek is truly an unforgettable experience.   

4. Teri La Pass Trail

Teri La Pass Trail is the most challenging trek in the Mustang district of Nepal. This is the newly open popular route near the Annapurna Mustang region which follows the route of Nar Phu Valley Trekking. There are many alternative choices for the starting and ending point. Teri la pass trek is the adventurous and challenging place that’s why it needs a special permit and it is expensive in comparison to others trek and the special permit will be given only to those companies, whose companies are registered by the government of Nepal. This trekking route area is almost covered by snow throughout the year that’s why September, October, April, May, and June are the best season. It follows a charming track along with the surrounding scenery of the Mustang region which was formerly restricted to outsiders.

About the Teri La Pass Trail

This hike will lead you to reach Lo-Manthang which is also the capital of Mustang . This incredible newly opened trekking option is situated on the boundary of Tibet where you will get the chance to see very old villages, traditional palaces, culture, and Tibetan monasteries. This trek offers visitors to explore and understand the long establishment of Tibetan Buddhist culture. This easy trekking option will let you walk, enjoy the scenery, various ways of life and traverse the challenging passes. Teri la pass trekking route is located very near to the Tibetan border and lets you identify Tibetan Buddhist way of life in the region. It is set near the isolated, rustic sets between Mustang and Nar which are the vital region in Damodar Himal. An extraordinary landscape with walls made of red colour rocks, colorful canyons and striking structures of erosion distinguishes this wilderness alpine land in Mustang region. 

The trail also lets you traverse challenging Teri La Pass(5,590m) and takes you to the stunning veiled Nar Phu valley where antique villages, as well as monasteries, are set which are untouched by the modern world. After experiencing Teri La pass, the major highlight of the trek, we will also make a trip to an ethnically rich village in the valley of Phu.  It was opened to trek in 1992, yet you still necessitate getting a special permit to make a trip to the region. The hike will let you reach Lo-Manthang, the capital of Mustang. This incredible trekking option is situated on the boundary of Tibet. Plus, you will get to see very old villages, traditional palaces, age-old castles and Tibetan monasteries. The trek offers the visitors to explore and understand the long-established Tibetan-Buddhist culture. 

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