Nar Phu valley (5340m) is a hidden treasure that can offer you the spectacular exploration into the unexplored valleys situated between Manaslu and Annapurna regions. The crude wilderness of the Himalayas offers you the rare chance to venture into the hidden areas of mixed ancient Buddhist culture and Himalayan raw natural beauty.
The main feature of trekking
- Venturing into the remote and crude wilderness of nature rarely explored.
- Observing the ancient village life that reminds of the medieval ages.
- Glimpses of Annapurna Ii, Tilicho peak, Gangapurna and Himlung peak.
- Tibetan plateau extending down to Nepal
- Encounter with elusive –snow leopard.
- Tibetan culture and monasteries
- Challenging trek
The trek starts and finishes at Besisahar and you have to depend upon the tea houses for your accommodation during the trek to this hidden valley.
The trekking through this valley is difficult and challenging in the sense that the entire trek combines several peaks, passes, glaciers, narrow canyons, rock formations, forest. All the same, the lovely sight of the forest, rearing yaks and vibrant Tibetan culture will refresh your trip and rejuvenate you to pursue your challenging trek through this valley.
The starting point of this trek diverges and goes through the remote regions of Nar & Phu valleys passing through Tibetan prayer stones, canyons, and deep gorges. You can just hang out in the villagers.
You have to pass through high Kang La Pass and down to Ngawal. The trek may take around 12 days to complete this trip.
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