Annapurna Circuit on New Trekking Trails
The multi-cultural and multi-ethnic diversity throughout the hiking journey of Annapurna Circuit makes it the world’s most popular trekking destination. The scenery is always beautiful however; the newly built road is affecting the old trekking trail at the moment. Still if you want to avoid traveling by road and follow the New Annapurna Trekking Trails, guide and porters at High Camp Trekking is on ready to go with you.
This trek is one of the most recommended treks for local and international trekkers even for inexperienced. Throughout the journey you can see beautiful mountains like Mt. Lamjung, Manaslu (8163 m), Pisang peak, Annapurna I/II/III/IV, Gangapurna, East and West Chulu, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri I (8167 m) and II, and the most beautiful Mt. Machhapuchhure (Fishtail) 6993m and Hiuchuli peak. When you come to do trek on Annapurna, you will come across Gurung, Thakali and magar villages, Buddhist Monasteries, Rice paddy fields, lush forest, streams, rivers, barren plateaus, the holy place Muktinath, as well as the windy Jomsom.
We include trek to Tilicho Lake as side trip on the less crowd area of Annapurna. It is the highest Lake in the World at 4919m where you feel the peaceful. Then after, our guide leads you to Thorong La (5416m) pass. Thereafter, a descent to the holy city of Muktinath ends the trek for the day. The next day is a promising trek to Jomsom, to the deepest gorge Kali Gandaki valley and to Tatopani (The famous hot spring at bank of the Kaligandaki River). Next trek is an ascent to Poon hill which is best place to witness the panoramic view of Annapurna and Dhulagiri ranges. Then after a decent leads you to Uleri (Gurung village) Birethati/Nayapool by walk. The trek ends here and the same taxi/bus ride takes you to Pokhara. From there a tourist bus or a flight reaches you to Kathmandu.