Early morning view.
Two Danish trekkers had the great vacation at the mountainous nation Nepal this year. Hansen and Mulvad landed on TIA on October 9. They took the deviation from Dumre towards Besisahar. They had the long trek all the way from Besisahar to Manang. On the way, there was the beautiful view of Mt. Pisang 6091m. On the 18th via Ngawal they had covered the long distance and were at Manang. On 19th they needed the rest day. However, they made the short hike to Gangapurna Ice Lake 4600m on that day. Gangapurna provides the feast to the eyes with the splendid views of Annapurna III and Mt. Tilicho.. On 20th they hiked to Khangsar.
Trekking trial in the Kagbeni region.
On 21st they headed further north towards Muktinath via Letdar and Phedi. Muktinath is the common pilgrimage for Hindus, Buddhists and Tibetans. On 23rd they were at Muktinath. Muktinath provides the awesome mountain sceneries as well as it is one of the best regions for altitudes acclimatization. They had a day rest there. Slowly, they were on the descending way towards Tatopani via Kagbeni, Marpha and Kalobari. Kagbeni, Marpha and Kalobari holds the ancient strong cultures of the native Thakalis.The Danish had trekked a long distance, through the dense green forests along the narrow paths and enjoying the majestic mountain views.
Senior Gurung citizen in traditional Gurung Costume.
Yet, their trek had not come to an end. They still had one more Mountain View point in their schedule. They made to Poonhill on October 30. Poonhill is the perfect view point for the glorious view of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Fishtail. After, a night stay at well facilitated View-point Poonhill, they trekked to the traditional Gurung village Ghandruk on 31st. Their final day of the trek ended at Nayapul where a comfy vehicle was waiting to escort them to Pokhara. Two Danish had the most wonderful trek with the most wonderful mountainous views along with encounter to different ethnical cultures in the highlands of Nepal.
View from Poonhill.
Pics: Explore Himalaya.
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