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The Nepal Himalaya, extending for eight hundred kilometer from the Kanchanjunga Massif to the Mahakali river, accounts for a third of the Himalayan mountain system. Between these two boundaries lie more than thirteen hundred peaks with an altitude of more than six thiusand meters. Of these 127 are above seven thousand meters and eight rise above eight thousand meters-eight of the fourteen highest peaks in the world.

The dauntless icy peaks have since decades challanged the bodies and spirits of those daring enough to want to conquer the hulks

 

Program

 

Annapurna South

Day 01.

Kathmandu to Pokhara: Fly or drive west to Pokhara (200 km.) and stay overnight.

 

Day 02.

Pokhara to Tikhedhunga (1,577 m.): Two-hour drive to Birethanti, and start trekking following Bhurungi Khola and reach Tikhedhunga.

 

Day 03.

Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani (2,855 m.): Ascend to Ulleri Village through a pleasant Rhododendron forest and.arrive at the top of Ghorepani pass and camp overnight.

 

Day 04.

Ghorepani to Tadapani (2,680 m.): Early wake up and walk up to Poon Hill for one hour to observe the sun-rise and a magnificent mountain view and walk back to Ghorepani for breakfast and start trekking to Tadapani.

 

Day 05.

Tadapani to Chhomrong (1,951 m.): An easy way down to Kimrung Khola for lunch, ascend again to Chhomrong village, which lies at the base of Hiunchuli at the elevation of 6,441m. Which also offers a close view of Annapurna and Machhapuchhre.

 

Day 06.

Chhomrong to Himalaya Hotel (2,873 m.): Forward to Kuldi Ghar for about 3 hrs. And down to the bank of.Modi river viewing thickest of bamboo at the bottom of the gorge. Passing by the pasture of Tomo and Panchen Barah climb up to Himalayan Hotel and camp overnight.

 

Day 07.

Himalayan Hotel to Annapurna Base Camp (4130 m.): Keeping up on the west bank of Modi follow a more open valley at the side of Machhapuchhre Base Camp leaving you the choice- either to stay or continue to the Annapurna Base Camp.

 

Day 08.

Annapurna Base Camp Visit: This is usually a rest day. However, the glacial moraine, charismatic mountain.views can be indulged in excursion of one of the biggest glaciers (Annapurna Glacier) is just another charm.

 

After this climbing period starts.


Day 09.

Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo: Descend and follow the same way to a pleasant camp spot at Bamboo.

 

Day 10.

Bamboo to Himalpani (Hot Spring): Walk up to Chhomrong and further way down to Himalpani to have a feel of hot spring water and camp overnight at the bank of Modi River.

 

Day 11.

Himalpani to Pothana (1980m): Walk downwards to Modi River and ascend to Landrung, a beautiful Gurung village and lunch at Tolkha and yet another easy ascent up to Deurali. Overnight at Pothana.

 

Day 12.

Pothana to Pokhara: hours easy way down via Dhampus village to Phedi then one hour drive to Pokhara

 

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