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Annapurna Circuit and Tilicho Lake Trekking in Nepal

Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the classic treks in Nepal. Trekking this trail is one of the most popular trekking trails in Nepal ever since it was opened in 1977 for foreigners.

By Himalayan Frozen AdventurePublished 4 months ago 2 min read

Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the classic treks in Nepal. Trekking this trail is one of the most popular trekking trails in Nepal ever since it was opened in 1977 for foreigners. The region is rich in Scenarios including snow-capped mountains, diverse culture, flora, and faunas. While having trekking to the Annapurna circuit you can see and enjoy the panoramic scenes of the Himalayas, including the Mt. Dhaulagiri 8167m, Mt. Annapurna I (8091m), Mt. Manaslu (8163), Mt. Annapurna II(7937m), Mt. Annapurna III(7555m), Mt. Annapurna IV (7525m), Mt. Annapurna south (7219m), Mt. Nilgiri (7041m), Mt. Fishtail also called Machhapuchhare(6998m), Mt. Hiunchuli (6441m), Mt. Lamjung Himal (6986m), Tukuche peak (6920m), Tilicho peak (7134m).

Trekking in this area has become the center of attraction for many tourists because this region is considered to be rich in breathtaking scenes of mountains, diverse culture, and lifestyle of people living in the areas, and the flora and faunas. The Annapurna Circuit Trek with tilicho lake normally takes about 12–15days, starting from Kathmandu with a stop in Pokhara before getting back to the capital. Annapurna Circuit Trek is moderate and can be a bit unbreakable for a starter trekker to complete the journey without previous training and preparation.

Annapurna's is well worth doing, it can be possible to avoid the road in most places both hikes are a good choice if you are looking for a lodge-based teahouse are mountain lodges that are located along many of the trekking routes in Nepal that provide meals and lodging and you primarily get personal rooms and a spacious choice of food. Kali Gandaki The community Nepali people are used to seeing thousands of trekkers come through their villages every year, and many of them are very friendly and welcoming to trekkers. Annapurna is much easier than the trek to Everest Base Camp. The Annapurna circuit trek is more manicured with more stairs as trails and superior maintenance. Gandaki Gorge, Jomsom, Manang, Marpha, Muktinath, Pisang, Ghorepani, and Tatopani hot springs are the main highlighted valley of the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

One of the features of this trekking route is that the higher you go up, the more panoramic views of Manang village, forests, and queuing hills you can see. The trail is rich in wild animals, where you can see various animals such as Mountain Thar or goats, Leopards, Jackal, birds such as pheasant, and long-tail birds among others. The circuit takes you around Annapurna Himal, following the courses of two mighty rivers - Marsyangdi in the east and the Kaligandaki in the west (the world’s deepest gorge, flanked by the giant Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalaya range).

The trekking around Annapurna circuit begins from Ngadi or Jagat, some six hours drive from Kathmandu and we subsequently continue our trekking to Dharapani, Chame and we take a circuit to Pisang or Manang (3540 m), from where we can have scenes of Gyaru village, Ngawal village, similarly the views of Annapurna II (7937m), III (7555m), IV (7525m), and Gangapurna (7455m) and we finally reach to Manang village and rest then we explore some of the areas lying around. Subsequently, the next day, we head up to Ledar (4030m), Thorong Phedi via Thorong Pass (5416m), and Muktinath (3800 m) exploring the area we head to Kagbeni (3100m) and Jomsom (2770m), if we do not have time can catch airstrip and fly back to Kathmandu.


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