Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal Trek in Annapurna region is a relatively new and less crowded trekking destination in Nepal. This trek offers total wilderness, eye-catching south face view of Mardi Himal, Annapurna Ranges, Machhapuchere (Fishtail), daily life style of local indigenous community and dense alpine forest. This trek is the perfect trekking trail to the real trekking enthusiast who wants to escape from crowed and dive into the peace of Nature. This trek can be done within 5-8 days.

The Mardi Himal Base Camp (Height) is situated at an elevation of approximately 4,500 meters (14,764 feet) above sea level. This trek falls on the difficulty of moderate. You’ll be pleasantly amazed by the exceptional scenery this trek offers, boasting some of the most incredible views you’ll ever encounter on any trekking route. The trail winds along small paths through ancient rhododendron forests will make your heart cherish.

Duration of Mardi Himal Trek (How long)

The journey commences in Pokhara, starting from Phedi, where you’ll initiate the trek amidst lush green surroundings. Mardi Himal is approximately an 6 day trek from Pokhara, and the chosen itinerary will determine the duration of your trip.

For individuals who are new to trekking, selecting a longer itinerary can prove to be efficient. This choice allows you to avoid rushing and ensures a more comfortable trekking experience without jeopardizing your health.

On the other hand, if you possess previous trekking experience, you have the option to choose a shorter duration for your trek. If your preference is to explore more thoroughly and savor each moment a bit more, you can also opt for an extended itinerary.

Route to Mardi Himal

This journey leads you along the pathways of Aastam, Kande, Australian Camp, Forest Camp, Low Camp, High Camp, Badal Danda, Kalimati, Pothana, Lwang, and Lumre. The specific route you take depends on your chosen trekking duration and available trail options.


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Mardi Himal Trek

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