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 Santuario de los Annapurnas...
Nepal - 9 Stages - 200Km. - Medium - Round trip - Nepal
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The Sanctuary is located in the region of Annaùrna limiting the west and Doplo Barbunh Khola, and east to the Buri Gandaki, the mountains of central Nepal are dominated by the Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu.

Pokhara is the main town, and from which we must start to start the trek to Annapurna. Lakefront PhewanTal, enjoying superb views of the Annapurna Machhaouchhare and although it's hard not to find the mountains covered by clouds. Unlike other areas this area is not protected from attack the monsoon, which results in ridges covered with clouds.

This is our first Himalayan trekking.

A real discovery of where the roads can take you ........

As our first trekking, distances, slopes i times we controlled not yet.

The Ascension SanctuaryAnnapurna is the best and fastest way to be surrounded by Himalayan giants in Nepal without encountering the impresisibles flights and height involved in the Khumbu Valley and Everest.

The Annapurna Sanctuary is chaired by the head of the Modi Khola by the terrible and impressive wall of rock and snow fields of the south face of Annapurna, a spectacularly closed basin which is famous worldwide.

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Nepal 9 200 Km. m. m. Media Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta

Santuario de los Annapurnas | Entre Montañas

1. Pedhi a Damphus


Time: 02:30 h.
Pedhi a Damphus

Image Machhapuchhare or Fishtail.

Damphus (1770m)

Until you get to Pedhi vehicle, about an hour from Pokhara.

The starting point m & aacute; s popular a salt & oacute; n t & eacute; roadside located behind the steep path leading to the village of Damphus. The ascent to start is not bad.

When you get to Damphus will impact the landscape in the background Machhapuchhare (6993m) or Fishtail, to preside & aacute; All trekking.

2. Damphus a Landrug


Time: 05:00 h.
Damphus a Landrug

sunset from Landrug Annapurna South.

Landrug (1640m)

We arrived at sunset, and the Himalayas has given us a stunning sunset over the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himal.

rodonderos filled slopes and c & oacute; n & iacute; spheres


The lugare & ntilde; os are dedicated to preserving the roads so fantastic, and have built stairs in MOUNTAIN to m & aacute; s 3000 Pelda & ntilde; os. & Nbsp; What ois, ye you weary of going up and down stairs.

3. Landrug a Chhomrong


Time: 05:00 h.
Landrug a Chhomrong

The Logde of Chomrong.

Chomrong (2170m)

The rise to Chhonrong, is quite expensive, never seem to arrive, the trail passes through a dense forest.

Accommodations & nbsp; enjoy fantastic views from terraces

Chomrong is the place with more stairs've ever seen, so much to get to leave.

Many of the roads in the Himalayas in Nepal, artwork, stone by stone, even in many cases are stairs going up and down the MOUNTAIN. As

On top of this town, the trail to the Annapurna Sanctuary describes a zigzag up and down in the dense forests of bamboo & uacute; and rodonderos, with occasional references to the majestic peaks which are located in front view.

Our sherpa carrying 40 kg. to the back, you picked a headband. We do not give credit, but Nepal is a country of men carrying everything on their backs.

4. Chomrong a Doban


Time: 07:30 h.
Chomrong a Doban

Logde the Annapurna Base Camp.

Doban & nbsp; (2510M)

One of the hardest stages. Halfway Bamboo (2340M). The road is a see & nbsp; up and down, over and over rides & ntilde; a.

In Bambo we fail, but there is more to follow.

We enter the valley. Upon reaching sunset views Annapurna South.

5. Doban a Base Camp Machhapuchhare


Time: 07:00 h.
Doban a Base Camp Machhapuchhare

Base Camp of Machhapuchhare (3700m) through Deulari (3230m).

Exhausting, have fallen again to return back to gain altitude, the trail turns west and after Bgar & nbsp ;, it ascends while out of the valley and heads to the base of Machhapuchhare camp.

From here we reach m & aacute; s up Annapurna base camp


6. Base Camp del Machapuchare a Base Camp Annapurna


Up/Downhill 470 m. - Up/Downhill 470 m.Time: 06:00 h.
Base Camp del Machapuchare a Base Camp Annapurna

Base Camp of Machapuchare (3700m) on the Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) i return to Deulari (3230m).

When climbing the Annapurna Base Camp altitude sickness begin to notice (we slept on the basis of Machhapuchhare field) especially at night, and because it is the first time we are so high.

Upon arriving at the Annapurna Base Camp with a espledido day and a blue sky above snow from MOUNTAIN as spectacular, we find that there are five huge aqlojamientos, Logde, well-equipped porters playing cards, and Circus background Annapurna. To draw us to the glacier, we contemplate the MOUNTAIN. Ace and prayers pins or Cavalls del Vent, prayers that the wind will carry through sublime landscapes and icy peaks

The south face of Annapurna, huge and intimidating, & nbsp; and Machhapuchhare is simply magnificent from this vantage point. It is the magic that emanates from the Himalayas.

7. Deulari a Sinuwa


Up/Downhill 890 m.Time: 07:30 h.
Deulari a Sinuwa

Annapurna South, from Base Camp.

8. Sinuwa a Gandrung


Up/Downhill 400 m.Time: 08:00 h.
Sinuwa a Gandrung

Doban Valley makes Annapurna Circus.

Going by Chomrong again.

9. Gandrung a Biretandi


Up/Downhill 860 m.Time: 05:00 h.
Gandrung a Biretandi

Base logde Machhapuchhare field.

Gandrung (1940m) & nbsp; to Biretandi (1080m).

End of Trekking.

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