Annapurna Trekking region is one of the most popular classic treks route of the world. Annapurna Trek takes you from 830m /2,723ft to 5,416m /17,769ft through the deep valleys and high mountains encircling the giant Annapurna Mountain, provides you a chance to congregate with wide range of culturally rich ethnic groups and walk in a diverse terrain, from subtropical jungle to a high and dry landscape resembling the Tibetan plateau. It is a walk by the world’s deepest Kali Gandaki gorge, an exciting triumph over one of the world’s highest pass -Thorong La (5,416m/17,769ft), the Manang valley, the spiritual Muktinath, the most fantastic and famous view point-Poon Hill and an opportunity to interact with assorted ethnic groups.
In the middle part of these huge mountains lies the world deepest Gorge so called kali Gandaki which is named from the River kali Gandaki which is originate from Tibet . The valley is full of fertile lands, natural jungles, snowy mountains, ethnic races like Gurung, Thakali , beautiflul landscapes etc. based on these numerous premises one can say this Annapurna area one of the best Trekking in Nepal. Beside panorama view of above Annapurna range, trekking in Annapurna region offer beautiful mountain view of Mr. Machhapuchare (Fish Tail, 6997m), Dhaulagiri 8167m, Nill giri south, middle, north, Tickche and other mountain peaks above 7000m.
Apart from above Mountain View, trekking in Annapurna Region is also a famous trekking destination for viewing crystal clear lakes, turbulent river with deep gorges, Hindues and Buddhist monasteries. The route goes past the following mountains: Manaslu (an 8,000-plus meter peak), Langtang Himal, Annapurna II and IV, Annapurna III and Gangapurna, and, of course, Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri passing through the world’s deepest gorge in between those two 8,000-plus meter peaks. Poon Hill, at the end of the trek, affords views of those two mountains, as well as South Annapurna and Macchupucchre, the Fishtail Mountain. The main trekking season is October and November. Spring is also great, less people and warmer, but some guide books warn of higher chance of foggy views compared to the peak-season in October.