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Annapurna base camp trek

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Annapurna base camp trek, which begins at 1,090m, climbs to 4,130m at ABC. It is fairly demanding, but is suitable for beginners or adventure trekkers: provided you are reasonably fit and walk slowly up the higher slopes. From Pokhara, a bus will take you to Nayapul from where you will walk, from ridge to river over many ridges, as the trail gradually climbs past villages and terraced farmlands or bird-filled forests of rhododendron, oak, maple and pine. Annapurna sanctuary trekking open high ground is rewarded with outstanding views of high peaks and glaciers in the area.

Annapurna region trekking has little chance of suffering from Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) on the up route as the daily stages have been chosen to limit your altitude gain to 300 – 400m/day above 3000m; and with time to rest afterwards. Accommodation is plentiful and apart from Nepali food, many places offer Tibetan, Continental, Italian and Indian dishes: plus hot showers.Spring and Autumn are the best season to trek, though Mountain Mart Trek-adventure team make it happen for season comfortably.

Annapurna base camp trekking route has two Base Camps (Machhapuchhare and Annapurna) in the huge Sanctuary amphitheater. Here, at 4,000m, you will be surrounded by an immense and breathtaking wall of rock and ice from 6500m to 8,091m.The quicker down-journey requires only two nights; with a visit to the hot springs at Jhinu Danda, on the second day. The last day’s trek takes you to the bus at Phedi and a drive to you lakeside hotel in Pokhara.

Posted by RabinG 03:58 Archived in Nepal Tagged trek camp base annapurna

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