About Annapurna 7 Pass Trek
Annapurna Seven Pass Trek is the newly opened restricted area trekking trail in the Annapurna region. So, if you are looking for some hardcore trekking route then we recommend you to try this route. As the name indicates, on this trek, you will cross the infamous seven passes of the Annapurna region. And these passes are Kuchumro (4900m) pass, Yarcha pass (4860m), Meta pass (4782m), Phu pass (5050m), Naar pass (5400m) and Kang la (3505m). 'La' means pass in the Tibetan language. Crossing pass while trekking is considered a challenging task. Hence, Annapurna Seven pass trek is an adventurous trekking destination of Nepal. Also, through this trek, one can explore the remote trekking area of Nepal and all its glory.
The areas included in this trek lack basic means of infrastructure. Thus, the beauty of this trekking trail is pure and intact as it should be. You will always have the view of the Annapurna range, Nilgiri, Himchuli, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre. Besides breathtaking natural beauty, the exquisite culture of the Annapurna region is also the highlight of this journey. The people of this region follow Buddhism. So, you will come across many monasteries, gompas, Chorten, mani walls or prayer flags. The trek starts with a thrilling road drive to Dharapani. Therefore, the adventure not only begins after the trek starts, but the adventure also begins with a drive to Dharani. The trail consists of walking through narrow steep hills, small paths, through dense rhododendron jungles, traditional villages and by the river banks. You will be always accompanied by the views of the white Himalayas and on this trek, you will meet yaks, mules more than human beings. This remote trekking trail is not crowded like another trekking path of Annapurna or Everest region. Likewise, it is a perfect gateway if you want crowd escape trips in Nepal.
Annapurna Seven Pass trek will give the best experience of trekking in Nepal. So, Himalayan Ecological Trekking welcome you to join on this voyage to create unforgettable memories by stepping foot into Nepal’s restricted area.