Fast Annapurna Tour Tilicho/Mesokanto La pass

Hi there,

As i already did before (2013 for Mustang, 2014 for Naar-Phu/Tilicho trek), i’m looking for few partners to walk with me during my “fast Annapurna trek” project.

Here is the plan :

Day 1 : transfer from KTM to Besi Sahar (private car) + jeep to Chame (if possible, it wil depend of landslides/weather conditions).
Day 2 : Chame to Upper Pisang (~3h) + acclimatization walk to Pisang peak BC/point of view (RT, ~4h, max.~4500m).
Day 3 : Upper Pisang to Ngawal (~3h) + acclimatization walk toward the Kang La pass (RT, ~4h, as high as possible).
Day 4 : Ngawal to Khangsar (~4h) + possible day trip around Manang at mid-day.
Day 5 : Khangsar to Tilicho BC ( ~2~3h) + sidetrip around.
Day 6 : Tilicho BC to Tilicho lake + acclimatization walk to Eastern pass (~5200m)
Day 7 : Tilicho BC to Jomsom (Pay attention !! Very very long walk ~12~13h to cross the Mesokanto La pass, endurance, strength and good mental needed !)
Day 8 : security day (if all is OK, possible to visit Muktinath and Guy La pass)
Day 9 : security day (same than day 8, visit around Kagbeni)
Day 10 : flight from Jomsom to Pokhara
Day 11 : flight from Pokhara to KTM (or by bus if you prefer)

The trek is quite simple but the Mesokanto La crossing in only 1 day could be really difficult ! (i did it with a full team in 2014, we had to camp near Tilicho lake and after the pass, 3 days).

If you’re interested in my plan, feel free to drop me a line.
If you need more informations (about prices, anything else), feel free to ask me directly.

Thank you. 😉

Pierre-Yves.

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France

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  1. HEY,

    my name is Valentin, Iam from Berlin, Germany, 27 years of age and extremely motivated to join your tour in September. I studied sports and like doin lots of sports. I climbed for 2 years indoor and outdoor and since 2011 my main sport is triathlon. I did a few alpine tours in the German alps, the pyrenees, Chile and Bolivia. I will arrive the 2 of september in Kathmandu, Im very excited to be part of the tour and hope there will be 1-2 mounaineers to join us!!

    See you soon, Val

    • Thank you for your message Val, 😉

      Yep, could be nice to find 1 or 2 others to accompany us in this trek.

  2. Hey hey,

    My name is Maria, I am from Russia, 21 y.o. I’ve just graduated MSU and gone off to travel for a bit before I move to the USA for work. I love sport (especially rock climbing and yoga, if you can call it sport), languages, art and travelling. I did both long and short hikes, mostly in Russia and Indonesia. I will arrive to Nepal on 19 of August to volunteer near Besi Sahar before joining your tour. I am also pretty excited to be part of your project!

    Sincerely,
    Maria

    • Thank you for your message Maria. 🙂

      See you in Besi Sahar on sept. 5th.

  3. Hi everyone,

    We’re looking for a last one to join the team. As you can see, we’re 3 already : Valentin from Germany, Maria from Russia and me from France.
    Contact me if you’re interested in the plan detailed up there. 😉

  4. Hey Pierre I am interested in joing your trip. My name is Josh and I am 30 years old and from Canada. I arrive in KTM on Sept 2. I have been travelling in New Zealand the last 7 months doing as many treks as i can while here and have also done alot of trekking back in Canada.

  5. Hey Pierre!

    How are you doing? I’m Xavi from Barcelona. i’m a backpack solo traveller and I will arrive to KTM around the 5-7 of September. Im thinking about joining you in the trek but I don’t know if i will be there soon enough. Are the dates of the trek strictly fixed?

    Thanks!

  6. Hey Jade,

    I am from originally from Pokhara but will be in Kathmandu on 3rd September. I do not have prior experience in trekking except I went trekking up to Chomrong (on route to ABC). Let me know if there still spots available and I can join. There might be some pros to have someone from Nepal.