Showing posts with label Annapurna. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Annapurna. Show all posts

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Marathon in Annapurna Base Camp


Marathon in Annapurna Region, 42 Km distance from Annapurna base camp to Ghandruk on 3 June, 2018 (2075 jestha)
First Position Purna Tamang take 4 hours, 16 minutes and 48 Second to complete.


Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Can Buy Ticket For Jomsom (Bus)


 Bus From Jomsom To Pokhara 
 Pokhara to Jomsom
Jomsom to Tatopani
Phone: 069440141

NilGiri Himal

Nilgiri Himal lies in western part of Nepal in Annapurna Region

Nilgiri Mountain is composed of Nilgiri North  (7061 m), Nilgiri Central (6940 m) and Nilgiri South (6839 m).

Nilgiri North was first ascended in October 1962 by The Netherlands Himalayan Expedition, led by  French climber, Lionel Terray from French.

first ascents Nilgiri South  by Japanese climbers in 1978
Nilgiri Central was made by 1979.



Horse Riding Competition In Annapurna

Horse Riding Competition is underway in upper Mustang. This adventurous sport was organized by local stakeholders, Nepal Tourism Board, National Trust for Nature Conservation, Annapurna Conservation Area

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Feel Other Experience About Ghandruk

I love to travel the Himalayan areas of Nepal. Last month when travelling to Pokhara, one of the incredible cities on planet earth. Suddenly, Ghandruk came into my mind so without much of day I along with my bother decided to explore the magnificent beauty of Gandruk. I started our journey early morning. Pokhara-Baglung High way passing the beautiful town of Hemaja, Phedi and Naudanda. First, we reached Nayapul, the trail goes up a steep slope leading to the suspension bridge over the Modi Khola. After half an hour of hiking, we reached the beautiful and crowded Bhirethati.
At the point of the Bhirethati, the path divided into two. The path going west led to the trail to Ghorepani pass and the right path we took led to Ghandruk. On the way, we saw many beautiful hotels and tea spots. You don't have to worry about having a simple lunch.  As you pass the trails, you will listen to the sounds of the river on the sides and chirping of birds. This trial is famous for "mules on the trail' where you will see hundreds of mules passing through.The distinct peals fo the bells hanging on their necks produce a melodic hymn on the way. They are used as a medium of transportation to supply goods to the villages of Ghandruk.

With the flows of the river, we continued our journey taking lots of beautiful pictures on the way before finally reaching Syauli Bazaar.The village is home to a  limited number of Magar people who reside here. Syauli Bazzar is the famous old preferred route for most trekkers. The trail goes around the mountain to the right and Modi Khola on the left. You will see lots of paving stones on the way, an nd naturally, it looks beautiful. All you have to do is focus on the stone pavement so that you don't step on huge piles of mule droppings.

As we go up on the trails, after walking for some hours we reached Kuine Danda. The natural scenery all around us was breathtaking.  After walking all those steps and trails, a small Kimchi village can be seen. This is the perfect place to take some rest and to have some food. From Kimchi till Gandruk, you won't get many places to eat some food. So, the villagers recommended us to have food here and take some rest before resuming the trail. We did the same. The higher you go the much closer majestic Machhapuchrare peak on the north side amazes you. Trust me you will see heaven, the most outstanding view on the planet. The path began with some rough and paved off when we reached Chhane.
After some half an hour of walking, we finally reached our destination Gandruk. The traditional houses built on the hillsides make Ghandruk one of the favourite tourist destinations. There are plenty of lodges and homestays around the village. It was 4:15 PM when we reached Ghandruk and still the views were amazing. I took a long deep breath and calmed myself for some time to have a good look at the place. I had an amazing view of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Annapurna III, Gangapurna, Hiuchuli and Annapurna South, Of all, Machhapuchhre definitely held the pride of the place in this impressive line-up
In my heart, I patted myself for being able to reach such a majestic destination after a very long and adventurous trail.



Aujan Gyawali

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Milarepa Memorial Park in Manang

Building the Milarepa Memorial Park in Manang, Nepal. The short story is on the underneath. The Milarepa statue, deer, dog and the hunter Gonpo Dorje are working in Nepal Karma Leksheyling, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Around 1000 years back, the colossal Yogi Jetsun Milarepa was thinking in a mountain called Nyeshang Gurta in Manang, Nepal and a startled deer came running over his way. Milarepa sang the deer melody and the deer lost the dread. He sat down at Milarepa's feet like an understudy and afterward came a furious chasing dog who was pursuing the deer, and Milarepa sang her a melody. She quieted down and sat down with the deer like they were mother and youngster. At long last there came the seeker, Gonpo Dorje, who was furious individual in the first place, however, turned out to be much angrier when he saw his canine sitting beside the deer. He blamed Milarepa for putting a spell on his pooch, and he raised his bow and bolt to shoot him. Milarepa raised his hand and stated, "There is a lot of time for you to shoot your arrow, so initially please take into account some an opportunity to tune in to my tune." Hearing Milarepa's melody made Gonpo Dorje lose his outrage and presently he turned into Milarepa's understudy.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Annapurna Conservation Area (INFO III)


Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA INFO II)

Mountain above 6000 to 8848 m, high altitude pastures land, trans-Himalayan valleys, forests, lakes, glaciers, rivers and cultivated lands comprise the landscape; some of the highest peaks in the world (Annapurna I: 8091m, Machhapuchhere: 6993m) are contained in this conservation area, also the world’s deepest gorge: Kali Gandaki, and highest altitude lake: Tilicho Lake.

2 distinct climatic zone within a distance of 120 km of Annapurna Region and altitude of 1000-8000 m: 3000 mm annual rainfall in the south (The Himalayas), and less than 500 mm annual rainfall in the north (trans-Himalayas).

Home of 101 species of mammals including the Snow leopard, Musk deer, Tibetan Argali, Tibetan wolf, and Tibetan fox
Home of 474 species of birds "including 38 species of birds at risk in Nepal, and 6 species of Himalayan pheasants found in Nepal."
The host of 39 species of reptiles and 22 species of amphibians.

Home for more 10 ethnic groups (Tibeto-Burmese: Gurung, Thakali, Bhotia, Ethnic Tibetan, and
Magar; and Indo Aryan: Brahmin, Kshetri, Kami, Damai and Sarki)

3,430 species of flora have been recorded in the conservation area
Records of 456 vascular plants: 5 pteridophytes, 11 gymnosperms, 392 dicots, and 48 monocots
Thirteen species of mammals and three bird species are protected under NPWC Act 1973

Mammal species symbolic of ACA are the Snow leopard, Musk deer, Tibetan argali, and Tibetan wolf
Bird species symbolic of the area are the Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, and various pheasants

Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP INFO I)

Annapurna Conservation Area (7,629 km2)



Physiographic Aspects



Wednesday, October 25, 2017

View of Annapurna Range

Viewing Annapurna Massif from The Tibet Section
Lamjung Himal (6983 m), Annapurna II (7937 m),  Annapurna III (7555 m),  Annapurna IV (7525 m),  Annapurna I ( 8091 m), Gangpurna (7454 m), Fang (7647 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), Machhapuchre (6997 m), Nilgiri South (6839 m), Nilgiri North (7061 m), Tilicho Peak (7134 m)

Mesokantu La (5350 m), Thorong La (5416 m),Teri La (5566 m)


Manang (3540 m), Pisang Peak (6091m), Kanguru (6981 m), Naar (4110 m), Kang La ( 5306 m), Chulu Center, Chulu east, Chulu west, Chulu Far East (6038 m), Putrun Himal (6500 m), Chombi (6704 m), Gyaji Kang (7074 m), Nemjung ( 7140 m), Himjung (7092 m), Pokarkang (6372 m), Amotsang (6393 m)


Himlung Himal

Himlung Himal is a mountain of Himalayas range. It is 150 km northwest of Kathmandu and altitude of 7,140 m.


Himlung Base Camp 

Panorama Point Lodge And Restaurant-Chhomrong

The Lodges we stay one night at Chhomrong, they offer us nice accommodation









Contact here: +97797455026176 +9779814165498

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Himalayan Rat


via https://youtu.be/1TqkTXenr9w

Annapurna South

Annapurna South (7219 m) is known by Annapurna Dakshin or Moditse. It is one of the 101st highest mountains in world and 1964 by Japnese expedition climbed it from north face. In  1988 Italian team also attempt ed for Annapurna South


View of Annapurna Range

Viewing Annapurna Massif from The Tibet Section Lamjung Himal (6983 m), Annapurna II (7937 m),  Annapurna III (7555 m),  Annapurna IV ...