Annapurna Circuit Trek

Little bit about me: I’m a warm/ friendly person that’s quite spiritual and passionate about meditation and global health. Thought – I’m young and trying to figure out what I want to do, I’m taking a couple of years out to do some travelling at them moment – so why not go on a long trek!

Looking for people to go on a trek with 🙂 Probably will get a guide for the 20 days. Looking to for good company to have a memorable trip!

This schedule is just a route I found in a guide and it will probably be a little different to what’s listed here.

Trek schedule:
Day 1 Pokhara – Besishahar to Nadi Bazar/ Khola (960m/7hrs)
Day 2 Nadi Bazar to Jagat – (1300m/6-7hrs)
Day 3 Jagat to Dharapani (1860m/7hrs)
Day 4 Dharapani to Chame (2670m/5hrs)
Day 5 Chame to Upper Pisang (3300m/5-6hrs)
Day 6 Upper Pisang to Manang (3540m/7-8hrs)
Day 7 Manang – Acclimatisation Day (3540m)
Day 8 Manang – Shree Kharka (4210m/4-5hrs)
Day 9 Shree Kharka to Tilicho Base Camp (4150m/4-5hrs)
Day 10 Tilicho Basecamp to Tilicho Lake/Shree Kharka (5210m/8-9hrs)
Day 11 Shree Kharka to Letdar (4200m/6-7hrs)
Day 12 Letdar to Thorung Phedi to High Camp (4925m/5hrs)
Day 13 High Camp to Thorong La to Muktinath (5416m/3740/8-10hrs)
Day 14 Muktinath to Kagbeni (2800m/4hrs)
Day 15 Kagbeni to Jomsom (2742m/3hrs)

Optional: Depending on how we go:
Day 16/17: Marpha to Larjung (3-4 hours)
Day 17/18: Larjung to Ghasa (5-6 hours)
Day 18/19: Ghasa to Tatopani (5-6 hours)
Day 19/20: Tatopani to Ghorepani (6-7 hours)

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  1. Hi,
    I responded to your message on my post as well. When do you arrive in KTM? I’m up for the route you mentioned. This is my first big trek. I’d done long hikes before. I don’t plan to hire a guide or porter. From what I’ve read the Circuit is easy to navigate without as long as the person is ok to carry their own gear. My budget is within yours as well and I’d really like to hike to lake Tilicho.

    I messaged another girl on here who was starting around a similar time. Perhaps we could join as a trio. I’m getting ready to book my ticket to arrive in KTM on Nov 15th. I’m hoping to start sometime after that. I’m flexible though because I’d really like to find a partner or group to join.

  2. Hey – thanks for dropping a message on here – I’ve messaged you separately 🙂 see inbox please. K

  3. Hi!

    I am arriving in Kathmandu on 14th night (leaving 9th Dec) and plan to start the Circuit from 16th. My itinerary is mirroring the one mentioned above, but flexible since I planned this just last week 😀

    About me – I am 25 years old, currently between jobs hence also on a moderate budget and no plan for guide/porter. Have sufficient days for AC so planning for a relaxed pace. I have only minor trekking experience but active otherwise, and I have been training for a long trek for the past few months.

    Are you still looking for someone to join the group? I also bring readymade chai mix to the table :p

    • Hey dude – so far I’ve got one person that’s most likely going – happy for you to join me. We’re hoping to start from 16th in Besi-Sahar in the afternoon – drop me a message with your number and email and I can create a WhatsApp group and share some resources I’ve come up with 🙂 if you’re interested.