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regions in front of Himalayas – dramatic views of the snow capped Annapurna Himalayan panorama
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range’s giant Dhaulagiri- view point visit for best photographic
- Ideal for both camping and lodge trek beautiful eco hamlet
lodges foods and typical hill terraced cultural lifestyle and more
Sikles Trekking made us to be pride ourselves on creating new and innovative treks that break away from the norm.
For this camping trek we venture into rarely visited valleys deep within the Annapurna range. Sikles Trekking leads
the wilderness exploration away from traditional Gurung villages. Upper areas further of Pothana will be walking through
untouched primary forest is a rare joy anyway, but in the foothills of Nepal it is exhilarating.Along the Sikles
Trekking going and coming back you will encounter and experience typical
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Arrive in pokhara. Take information from Amrit treks and Expedition
They will provide you a guide or you can go by looking map if you dont need a guide.we can rent you a taxi to Begnas Lake.
Begnas Lake to Baral: From the lake at about 3,000 ft/909m, the trail meanders along a low ridge with superb views. We pass several villages, some selling fish smoke over open fires. From the ridge, we descend to the Modi Khola (river) which has its heads waters at the base of the Annapurna Glacier.
Baral to Chyamarang: An easy day’s walk, ascending to 4,000ft/1,212m as we follow the valley of the Modi. The Annapurna summits come into view above the foothill ridge tops. We pass villages, farms and scattered forests.
Chyamarang to Siklis: We gain another 1,000ft/303m, crossing the Modi Khola and then climbing, steeply at times, to the hillside village of Siklis.
Siklis to Hoga: The ascent takes about seven hours, the views becoming constantly more spectacular. Hoga is still under 10,000ft/3,030m, but the Annapurnas and Lamjung Himal (22,744ft/6,892m) are right in front of us.
Layover day at Hoga: This can be a rest day or an opportunity for an ambitious day hike to the foot of the Annapurna IV Glacier (2 or 3 hrs. from camp). The trail is steep and difficult at times, but well worth the effort. The altitude at the view point is about 11,000ft/3,333m, so there should be no worry about mountain sickness. Return to camp at Hoga.
Hoga to Chipli: A long trekking day, first descending to Siklis. Leaving the gorge of the Modi Khola, we climb west about 5 hrs to Chipli. The walk is not too arduous as the altitude in Chipli is still about 5,000ft/1,515m.
Chipli to Burijung Khola: A long day of steady climbing to a ridge top at about 9,0y 000ft/2,727m and then a long descent to the gorge of the Seti Khola. We will camp two hours short of Burijung Khola (midway down the ridge). Here, we have a spectacular panorama of Machhapuchhare.
Burijung Khola to Bharaburi: This involves a steep ascent from low farm lands to rhododendron forests. We have good views of Machhapuchhare (22,942ft/6,952m from our camp at 6,000ft/1,818m.
Layover day at Bharaburi: Another chance to rest and relax or climb a ridge for better views of the Himalayan crests.
Bharaburi to Chisopani: We backtrack down to the Seti Khola, by passing Burijung Khola and carry on along the banks of the river to Chisopani (“Coldwater”).
Note:The walk is about 5 hours.
Chisopani to Pokhara : A relatively easy six-hour day of level walking along the Seti to the lovely Pokhara valley. Transfer to hotel in Pokhara
By this way your Trek to sikles will be finished.