Annapurna Region Peak Climbing

13 Different Peaks in Annapurna

Annapurna Region Peak Climbing

Annapurna region peak climbing is another potential climbing destination after the Everest region in Nepal. Annapurna region holds the 10th 8091m and the 7th highest mountain Dhaulagiri 8167m in the world. The area holds many different lofty peaks around this region, those which are permitted to climb, and which are just there. Annapurna region peak climbing destination is a completely different essence for travelers since it blends not only climbing beautiful peaks it holds amazing tree-less Tibetan plateaus, landscapes, vegetation, animals, social cultural traditional values and so much more. The main activities are tourism-based however society performs different activities like livestock, finding medicinal herbs, stationery business, local tea houses, and so forth, these activities can make visitors very attractive appealing, and fascinating destinations.

The two foremost highlighted elements of this region are The Lake City Pokhara and the Annapurna Conservation Area itself. The route begins after a short flight to Pokhara or can take roadway transportation, a different category, which is about six hour drive along the river valley. Pokhara is considered the most beautiful lake with the mountain range of Annapurna, travelers can find many touristic activities like paragliding, rock climbing, boating, viewpoint hiking, and many other kinds of attractions. Lake city is one of the best ways to begin and end the trek or climb.

The conservation area encompasses the Annapurna Himalayan range and also contains the world's deepest valley Kali Gandaki River Valley. It is bounded by the dry alpine deserts of Mustang and Tibet (China) in the north, by the Kali Gandaki River in the west, by Marsyandi Valley towards the east, and by valleys and foothills of the northern of Pokhara valley in the south border. The best Peak Climbing Destinations are listed below by our expert climbing teams and the Nepal government.