Trekking in Nepal - Annapurna Circuit

Trekking in Nepal - Annapurna Circuit Trek

Annapurna Circuit is one of the most famous trekking routes in Nepal. The trail traverses a variety of terrain and explore the rich cultural and natural diversity of the Annapurna region. The trek offers an amazing view  of the Annapurnas, Macchupucchre, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and Langtang Himal.

Despite the controversy over continuing road construction, Annapurna Circuit Trek  is still one of Nepal’s greatest treks. The trek offers ample of cultural and natural beauty to awe-inspire any visitors in the region.

The trail allows a gentler acclimatization process as it traverses the variety of landscapes from jungle to high alpine, lush valley and up to arid peaks passing through hospitable villages through the world’s deepest gorge.

Highlights
  • 13/14 days, the entire Annapurna Region, +100,000 trekkers/year
  • Crossing the world’s widest pass –  the Thorong La Pass at 5,416 meter
  • Diverse trekking terrain as a result of high difference in altitudes    – varying from 760 m to 5,416 m.
  • Developed trek giving a high degree of comfort
Trek Information

Trekking Difficulty: Level 3 – Medium Difficulty
Remoteness: Not Remote (due to the number of trekkers)
Pricing: Cheap (#USD spent/day)
Best Season: March-May and October-November
Accommodation type: Guesthouses & Lodges
Restricted Permits:No
Max elevation: 5,416 m,  Thorong La Pass
Accessible during Winter (Dec-Jan): Yes.