Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal Trek
Mardi Himal Trek is noted for being the most reduced pinnacle that is affirmed by Nepal Government for climbing.

The Mardi Himal Trek is an as of late opened course in the Annapurna area, discovered east of the Modi Khola River, over the valley from Hiunchuli. We ascend through ordinary towns and unblemished oak and rhododendron boondocks to a snow topped site that has a nearby viewpoint of Mt. Machhapuchhre, Mardi Himal, and Mount Annapurna. The significant rice fields and the blue ice sheets of the Annapurana Sanctuary lie underneath the trail. Drop is by methods for a substitute course, through a rich valley and wonderful towns along the bank of the River Mardi.

The trail moves from speedy gushing streams in forests of thick bamboo, rhododendron, and oak to edge tops where little and pleasing developing gatherings work their terraced lands. These town people have not felt the impact of mass tourism and thusly offer an opportunity to experience their shine, convenience and customs that have stayed, all things considered, unaltered for periods.

The scene stretches out as the trail rises, offering awesome points of view of Himalayan goliaths from Dhaulagiri (8167m) to the Annapurna gathering: I (8091m), II (7937m), III (7555m), IV (7525m), South (7219m) and Hiunchuli (6441m). More than 60 peaks in this region are higher than 6000m. Couple of various regions can offer such an adjacent ordeal.