Himlung Himal is one of the easiest mountains to climb among 7000m, recently opened for climbers in 2001 that lies in the northeast of Annapurna Range with an aspiring height of 7126m. This expedition leads to the remote village area of Nepal offering the fascinating panoramic views of Annapurna Range, Mount Fishtail, Mount Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Nandadevi, Rajramba, Api Himal, Kappa Chuli Peak and many more snow-covered peaks along with the Himalayan sights of Annapurna, Machhapuchre, and Mardi.
The trail passes through Tibetan villages, countless Buddhist Mani walls and steadily to height. The trail to Himlung Himal passes through many high passes along with amazing landscapes, glaciers, dense forests, rocks, springs, gompas and ancient monasteries with unique cultural settlements.
The Base Camp of Himlung Himal lies in the altitude of 4900m. There are three other higher campsites established in the trekking route of Himlung Himal with the height of Camp I (5450m), Camp II (6000m) and Camp III (6350m). We can also find Kalidhunga Lake on our way to Himlung Himal after crossing the Base Camp. The last part of pinnacle includes step and the icy way that is quite difficult to walk through but excites us much.
Although it is quite easy compared to other 7000 above peaks, ascending to Himlung Himal requires a high fitness level, strong dedication, and mental health. Himlung Himal gives each of its trekkers an unforgettable mesmerizing memory to treasure throughout their entire life. Himlung Himal is a magnificent peak with an awesome trekking route.
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7126 m/ 23379.3ft
Located in the remote and untouched northeast region of the Annapurna range, Himlung Himal Expedition is a wild and extremely beautiful trekking route that is full of alluring views of Mount Fishtail, Mount Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Api Himal, Kappa Chuli Peak, and many other snow-covered peaks. The virgin land of Himlung Himal is captivating and thus proffers unforgettable memory that is soul satisfying.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C