Mardi Himal Trek

The Mardi Himal Trek is an ideal choice for those who are looking for an ‘off the beaten path’ trekking experience in the quieter parts of the Annapurna region of Nepal. It is the least visited trekking trail situated just east of the Annapurna Region and is a hidden gem.

This trek provides a picturesque and overwhelming experience to the mountainous environment soaked view of green hills, snowcapped mountain and walks into the pristine forest of lovely rhododendron and oak.

The Annapurna mountain range is on full show from high camp on. At low camp Machhapuchhre is spectacular. The highlights of the entire trek include the impressive peaks of Machhapuchhre (also known as Fishtail (6,993 m), Annapurna South (7,010 m) and Mount Hiunchuli (6,441 m). The astonishing sunrise and sunset views are outstanding and this trek is preferable for all grade trekkers.

    Duration: 10 Days Trekking

    Maximum Altitude: 5416m

    Region: Annapurna National Park

    Start: Kathmandu/Pokhra

    End: Kathmandu/Pokhra

    Trekking Type: Tea House

    Best Season: Sept-Dec, March-May

    Day 01: Drive Kathmandu / Pokhara (820m), drive (6 hours). Overnight stay at hotel in Pokhara

    Day 02: Drive Pokhara to Phedi approx. 30 min. drive and trek to Deurali (2100 m.) – 5 hours walk

    Day 03: Trek Deurali to Forest Camp (2500 m.) – 7 hours walk

    Day 04: Trek Forest Camp to Low Camp (2990 m.) – 4 hours walk

    Day 05: Trek Low Camp to High Camp (3580 m.) – 4 hours walk

    Day 06: Trek Mardi Himal Base Camp (4450 m.) and back to High Camp – 8 hours walk

    Day 07: Trek High Camp to Siding village (1885 m.) – 7 hours walk

    Day 08: Trek Siding Village to Lwang Village (1460 m.) – 5 hours walk

    Day 09: Trek Lwang Village down to Khora Muk (1-hour walk) and drive back to Pokhara (2 hours drive). Overnight stay at hotel in Pokhara

    Day 10: Drive Pokhara / Kathmandu drive (6 hours). Overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu

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