Among all of the trekking circuit trial in the world Annapurna Circuit Trek is one of the outstanding trekking circuit. Annapurna Circuit Trek generally takes 15-20 days. The route can be 160 -240 km long depending upon the transportation facility available. The trekker must cross the Thorang-La pass which is situated at altitude of 5416m. The Annapurna circuit trek touches base of Tibetan Plateau at Manang valley after passing through Marshyangdi river valley. The view of more than 10 mountain peak ranging above 6000 m can be observed. Due to presence of road, Mountain biking is also possible in this route.
It is best favorable in season like autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May). During autumn and spring season the weather is warm and panoramic view of Mt Annapurna can be observed. Other than these two seasons winter (December, January and February) is very cold and it is very challenging for trekker due to harsh weather as well in summer and monsoon season(June to August ) risk of land sliding, slipping and unfavorable weather are encountered.Annapurna circuit trek can give world class experience of trekking in Himalayan trail circling Annapurna range. Peak such as Annapurna I, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna, Machhapuchhre, can be observed from closer. The Annapurna circuit trek provides the trekker the taste of remote life style of local people and culture of Nepalese people in addition to that trekker can observe the panoramic view of flora, fauna , rivers, water falls, hot springs, etc.
The trek starts from khudi which is 8-9 hour drive from capital city Kathmandu. Since many of the villages and trekking route have been connected to the road networks facility of home stay is available. But in some cases the trekker might find difficult in some places due to dust caused by transportation. Despite the dust cause by transportation this facility can be used by trekker which have difficult in middle of the trek. Nepal Pioneer Treks & Expedition is glad to operate this trek for you to make it your lifetime experience.