Tilicho Lake is a testing trek that takes you on a stunning enterprise to one of the world's most noteworthy lakes in an otherworldly mountain setting.
This is an interesting trek that is both strenuous and fulfilling!
About the Tilicho Lake Trek
The Tilicho Lake Trek takes after the eastern segment of the world-great Annapurna Circuit with a remarkable odyssey through various extraordinary ethnicities en route.
The mountains that can be seen while on the Tilicho Lake Trek includes:
Annapurna I, 8,091m (26,545ft) -- the tenth most astounding mountain on the planet and first that more than 8,000-million people have climbed. The French summited it in 1950.
Dhaulagiri, 8,167m (26,7795ft) -- the worlds seventh most elevated.
Manaslu, 8,163m (26,781ft) -- the worlds eighth most elevated.
Machhapuchhre, 6,993m (22,943ft) -- a delightful and consecrated mountain that is beyond reach to climbing.
Our Tilicho Lake Trek starts off with a day drive from Kathmandu to Bhulbhule, then we take after the Marsyangdi River Valley on the great Annapurna Circuit Trail till Manang Village.
From there we trek an additional two days to come to the Tilicho Base Camp-the goal of our adventure. After checking out the lake, we backtracked to take the circuit course to Jomsom, where we take a short flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, the enchanting lakeside town with perspectives of the Himalaya.
Highlights of the Tilicho Lake trek
Some of the highlights of the Tilicho Lake trek include the Thorung La go at 5,416m (17,769ft) which borders an icy mass beneath the Tilicho Peak. As well as seeing the old sanctuary of Muktinath, reaching our journey goal, and passing through the age-old towns with their conventional way of life, and of course the crowds of blue sheep! There's so much to see on this trek.
There are various alternative treks in Nepal to check out in the Annapurna range, including the inconceivable Annapurna Base Camp, the Kaligandaki Valley and the Jomsom Trekking, as well as remote valleys and many hikes in the territory for individuals hoping to summit a crest in the Himalaya!