Mt. Annapunra Expedition

Mt. Annapurna Expedition

Mt. Annapurna is the tenth highest peak in the world situated in the western Nepal. The Annapurna massif extends between Kaligandaki and Marshyangdi river valleys. Annapurna is an Sanskrit word which means full of grains and normally translated as "Goddess of the Harvests". According to Hindu mythology, Annapurna is a goddess of fertility and agriculture and an incarnation of Durga.

The region around the Annapurna Mountain is widely known as Annapurna region. The entire Annapurna massif and its surrounding is protected within the area of 7,629 sq. km as Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA). ACA project is the first and largest conservation area in Nepal, established in 1986 by King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation which is now renamed as National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC).

There are six major peaks within the Annapurna massif with over 7,200m altitude viz. Annapurna-I 8,091m, Annapurna-II 7,937 m, Annapurna-III 7,555 m, Annapurna-IV 7,525 m, Gangapurna 7,455 m, and Annapurna South 7,219 m.

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Trip Highlights

  • Ascend up to Kaligandaki valley.
  • Natural hot water spring.
  • Exploring Dhaulagiri ice fall.
  • Observing the thakali people and their way of life.
  • Views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.