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Annapurna Sanctuary (Annapurna Base Camp)
Annapurna, at 8,091m, is the 10th highest mountain in the world and will be
forever known as the first 8,000m peak to be climbed - by Herzog's French
party in 1950. The climb was an epic of Himalayan climbing and has entered
The trek into the area below the massive south face of Annapurna - known as
the Annapurna Sanctuary - is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. The
trek begins in Pokhara and leads up through the breathtaking Modi Khola
gorge into the vast mountain ringed amphitheatre of the Sanctuary. As we
trek through bamboo and rhododendron forests we have superb views of the
Annapurna range. We eventually pass between the mountains of Machhapuchhre
and Hiunchuli which guard the entrance to the Sanctuary, and after 6 days
reach our goal, the high glacial basin that is the site of the Annapurna
south face base camp. This is a classic trek which allows access to the high
mountains of the Himalaya within a reasonable timeframe and with a maximum
altitude of 4000m. This trek is a fully equipped camping trek with
accommodation in two person tents and food being cooked by our kitchen
staff. Transport to Pokhara is by private coach and the return to Kathmandu
from Pokhara is by air.
Detailed trek itinerary
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu airport- transfer hotel
Day 02: Drive west to Pokhara (215 Km. / 8 hours) by bus than transfer to
This morning you will be driving to Pokhara (215km), depart in the early
morning, approximately 8 hrs away by tourist bus Absorb a scenic route
through the country lanes. You will be arriving at Pokhara in late
afternoon. Pokhara Lakeside villages sits, "front row centre" to one of
the ost beautiful Himalayan panoramas in the world. The Annapurna and
famous "Fishtail" mountain peak of Machhapuchhare tower over the tropical
of Pokhara and you spend there will be the scenic highlight of your trip.
Enjoy yourself for the trek to Annapurna Base Camp in the evening.
Overnight lodge in Pokhara near the lake.
Day 03: Drive to Phedi, and trek to Tolka
We start by driving a short distance to Phedi where we begin the trek in
earnest. Starting from an altitude of 1180m, we climb steeply to the ridge
at Dhampus at 1750m and get our first views of the huge mountains that
surround us. We continue on through a rhododendron forest to the village of
Pothana, and eventually reach the small settlement of Deurali at the top of
the hill at 2150m. From here we get superb views of Annapurna South and
Hiunchuli. From here we make a steep descent on forested slopes into a side
canyon of the Modi Khola, passing through the settlement of Bheri Kharka.
The trail then climbs gently and emerges into the main Modi Khola valley,
and finally reaches Tolka, a small settlement, at 1810m where we spend the
Day 04: Tolka to Chhromrong
From Tolka the trail quickly reaches the flagstone streets of Landruk, a
sizeable Gurung village at 1620m. From Landruk the trail descends and
crosses the river at Shiuli at 1340m before climbing steeply up to Jhinu
Danda at 1750m. After a long steep climb we reach Taglung at 2180m, where
the trek joins the Ghandruk to Chhomrong route. Shortly after this we reach
the Gurung village of Chhomrong at 2040m, where we spend the night.
Chhromrong is a large village that is spread along a huge stone staircase
which drops to the Chhromrong Khola. From Chhromrong there are tremendous
views of Annapurna South and Machhapuchhre.
Day 05: Chhromrong to Bamboo Lodge
Leaving Chhomrong the trail descends to cross the Chhomrong Khola on a
suspension bridge, then climbs high above the Modi Khola on it's west bank.
The trail then ascends through the villages of Tilche and Sinuwa and finally
reaches Kuldi at 2350m. From here the trail descends a long, steep stone
staircase into bamboo and rhododendron forests and eventually we reach the
small settlement of Bamboo Lodge at 2340m, which is a collection of small
hotels - none of which are made of bamboo !
Day 06: Bamboo Lodge to Himalayan Hotel
The trail continues along the west bank of the Modi Khola valley through
dense bamboo forest, occasionally dropping to cross tributary streams, but
ascending continuously, and reaches the settlement of Doban at 2630m where
there are several good lodges. The trail then continues high above the river
to our resting place for the night, the small settlement of tea-houses known
as Himalayan Hotel at 2900m.
Day 07: Himalayan Hotel to Machhapuchhre Base Camp
From here it is an hour's walk to Hinko Cave at 3160m, and a further half
hour to Deorali at 3230m where there are good hotels. Above Deorali the
valley widens and becomes less steep and at last we feel as if we are
getting close to our goal. We can now see the 'ga
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