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New Trekking Routes disclosed in Annapurna Region

The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) has recognized alternative trekking trails in the renowned Annapurna Region. ACAP began exploring new trails after popular trails in the region were abridged with the construction of motorable roads.

Trekking in the Annapurna Region
Trekking in the Annapurna Region

The new routes too ensure magnificent views of different mountain peaks and enjoyment of cultural diversity in the region.

These new trails can be completed in two to eight days. The longest route, which takes eight days, starts from Khudi of Lamjung and lasts at Nar and Phu villages of Manang. According to ACAP, all the new routes will be away from the Beni-Jomsom and Beshisahar-Chame road sections.

While developing these new trails ACAP works in coordination with Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, TAAN, Nepal Tourism Board, and District Development Committee of the concerned districts.

Source: TAAN


Trek to Damodar Kunda for Pilgrimage

Damodar Kunda
Damodar Kunda

The Damodar Kunda (lake), situated at an altitude of 4890 meter in the northern of Annapurna range is famous for Hindu and Buddhist religious pilgrims. The lake site is cold and windy place. Hence, the Mustang trekking route which is very close to Nepal’s border with Tibet to Damodar Kuda is also challenging.

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Four New Trekking Routes on the Eve of Exposure around Annapurna

Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal is on the eve of exposing four new trekking routes around Annapurna range. The good news is that the domestic and international visitor can explore more pleasant experience into the depth of Annapurna Himalaya.

Annapurna range

The four new trekking routes are Gurung Heritage Trek, Dhawalagiri Icefall, Kirkupass and Namun Bhanjyang which are on the eve of exposure to domestic and foreign tourists. TAAN is upgrading the necessary infrastructures along the routes which facilitate the visitors.

The 80-kilometer long Gurung Heritage Route, which can be passed through in seven days, starts form Sikles in Kaski district and traverses Tanting, Ghalegaun of Lamjung before ending at Besisahar, the headquarter of Lamjung district.

Likewise, Dhawalagiri Icefall route stretches over 100 kilometer from Galeshwar in Myagdi district through Lete in Mustang to Koban also in Mustang. The route can be crossed in 10-12 days.

The 70-kilometer-long Kirkupass route begins from Sarkikhola in Kaski district and ends in Pokhara passing through Sikles in Kaski. Kirkupass is a 7-day exotic trekking route.

The 115 km Namun Bhanjayang route is the longest among these. This route starts form Sikles in Kaski and ends in Beshisahar of Lamjung. The route passes through Thaychu, Dudhpokhari and Timang in Manang district.

The new trekking routes not only offer the magnificent views of Himalayas but also pave the way into the depths of cultural wonders of indigenous people of Annapurna range.


Source: Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal