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Mardi Himal Trek

Posted on the 15 June 2017 by Mark Henry
Mardi Himal Trek

The Mardi Himal Trek is a recently opened course and concealed fortune in the Annapurna locale. This trek is best goal to maintain a strategic distance from the group. Mardi Himal trek offer imaging perspective of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre and Manaslu ranges. Mardi Himal base camp, Sidhing town and Lwang are the significant fascination of this trek.

The trek begins at Kande following 1 hours driving from Pokhara. The trail is great, first gradually up, at that point somewhat more extreme to Australian Camp (2060m - About 60 minutes), at that point after that marginally downhill to Pothana (1950m) at that point up again to Deurali (2100m). There is a correct hand over Deurali sign posted "Woods Camp" the trail is through wilderness, at first up then undulating on the highest point of an edge, there is a segment quite recently over midway where the trail drops steeply and after that gradually picks up stature and afterward back onto the edge and into Forest Camp (2600m). The trail is at first very steep leaving Forest Camp yet soon gets less steep as you again get upon the edge. The trail leaves Low Camp again in wilderness, yet the trees soon begin to get littler and after around one hours trekking broke out of the wilderness and onto the open edge with stupendous perspectives of Machhapuchhre ahead and Annapurna South to one side. It is conceivable to keep trekking along the edge for another 4 to 5 hours to Mardi Himal Base Camp (4500m) and come back to High Camp in around 4 hours - This makes a taxing day yet there is likewise a perspective about midway, the imaging perspective can be from here. From that point onward, we trek down to Low Camp. When we touch base to Low Camp, we trek Sidhing , Ghalel and Lwang towns. From Lwang, we drive back to Pokhara.

Best Time

Mid Sept-October - November is Autumn Season: this is Nepal's pinnacle and best time to go trekking. Walk - May is the second best period of year to go trekking. December - January - February: the skies are clear yet it can get exceptionally icy and there is a danger of passes being shut because of snow fall.

May - June: This is Nepal's hot pre-storm season and it can get warm in fact. The valleys however are beginning to blossom with blooms however green leaves come up, still a decent time to trek.

June - Mid September: this is Monsoon season and the slightest famous time to go trekking in Nepal. The danger of bloodsuckers, storms increments significantly. Because of the early forested ranges leeches as of now of year in Mardi Himal are very dynamic! Wear long trekking pants tucked in as of now of year.

Nepal Seasons

Spring : March - May

Summer: June - August

Harvest time: September - November

Winter: December - February

While there are no occasional requirements on venturing out to Nepal, diverse areas are best gone to in various seasons. When you ask about any trekking agenda we'll email you in regards to the best season for that specific trek.


You ought to convey some basic riggings and hardware. Some are said beneath:

    i) Good match of down coat and shoes
    ii) Sunglasses and sun pieces

iii) Medicine (for agony, for height)

    iv) Light fabrics and space for more nourishment
    v) Head Lamp with additional batteries

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