Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

  • Duration7 Days
  • DestinationNepal
  • Difficulty Level Moderate Trek
  • Maximum Altitude 4,130 m
  • Activity Trekking
  • Group Size 1+
  • Accommodation Teahouse/Lodge
  • Meals Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Best Season March to May and September to December
Overview of Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

Are you ready for an extraordinary adventure in the heart of the Himalayas? Join us on the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp Trek, a timeless trekking classic that allows you to immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes and rich mountain culture of Nepal. This trek is perfect for those looking for a shorter and less physically demanding Himalayan trek. Our journey commences in Pokhara, and from there, we'll head to Nayapul, the starting point of our adventure. Over the following days, we'll meander through lush forests and picturesque local villages. On the sixth day, we'll take a rejuvenating break at Jhinu's hot springs before returning to Pokhara on the seventh day.

Expect an average of about 5 hours of hiking per day, so maintaining a reasonable level of physical fitness is important. You can have confidence in our experienced team, who will be there every step of the way to guide and support you. So, are you ready to embark on this thrilling 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek? Reserve your spot now and join us for an unforgettable journey!

Best Time for Trekking Annapurna Base Camp 7 Days 

The best time for embarking on the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek typically aligns with the broader trekking seasons in the Annapurna region. Spring and Autumn are the most favorable periods:

  1. Spring (February to May): Spring is an excellent time for the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek. During this season, the weather is relatively warm and stable, with blooming rhododendron forests adding a burst of color to the landscape. The trail is usually less crowded in February and early March, making it an excellent choice for trekkers seeking a quieter experience. As the season progresses into April and May, the weather becomes milder, and you can enjoy clear skies and stunning mountain vistas.

  2. Autumn (September to November): Another highly recommended time for the 7-day trek is during the Autumn season. September marks the end of the monsoon season, and by October, the weather becomes stable, offering some of the clearest and most spectacular mountain views. The trail is bustling with trekkers from around the world during October and early November, creating a vibrant trekking atmosphere. The comfortable temperatures and dry weather make this period ideal for the trek.

While these are the primary trekking seasons, it's essential to consider your preferences and priorities when choosing the best time. Keep in mind that weather can be somewhat unpredictable in the mountains, so it's wise to be prepared for changing conditions. Additionally, December and January can also be suitable for the trek, but expect colder temperatures and the possibility of snow at higher elevations.

Ultimately, the choice of when to embark on the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek depends on your personal preferences for weather, trail traffic, and overall trekking experience.

Annapurna Base Camp 7 Days Trek Route

The 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek takes you on a condensed yet breathtaking journey through the Himalayas. Beginning in Pokhara, your adventure starts with a picturesque drive to Nayapul, where the trek commences. From Nayapul, you'll embark on a trek to the charming village of Ghandruk, renowned for its Gurung culture and stunning mountain vistas. As you ascend, you'll pass through rhododendron forests and terraced fields, eventually reaching Chhomrong, nestled at the base of the Annapurna massif. Continuing your journey, you'll trek through lush bamboo forests, arriving at the serene village of Bamboo. The route then leads you to Deurali, where you'll be treated to panoramic mountain views. The pinnacle of the trek is Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), where you'll witness the awe-inspiring Annapurna I and neighboring peaks in all their glory. After capturing the sunrise at ABC, you'll retrace your steps, descending through the enchanting landscapes to Bamboo. Finally, you'll conclude your trek with a visit to the natural hot springs in Jhinu Danda before returning to Nayapul. This condensed trek offers a remarkable experience in a shorter timeframe, allowing you to immerse yourself in the natural and cultural wonders of the Annapurna region.

What to expect from Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days?

Prepare yourself for an exhilarating and demanding adventure as you embark on one of Nepal's most challenging treks, the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp expedition. Your journey begins with a pickup from your hotel in Pokhara, followed by a drive to Naya Pul. This marks the starting point of your trek and the commencement of an exciting challenge. Over the course of 7 days, you'll traverse through captivating destinations such as Ghandruk, Chhomrong, Dovan, and Machhapuchhre Base Camp, ultimately reaching the majestic Annapurna Base Camp. Along the trail, you'll be immersed in the enchanting beauty of lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and expansive valleys. Your nights will be spent in cozy teahouses, providing an authentic and rustic trekking experience.

Throughout your journey, you'll continuously test your physical limits, ascending to higher altitudes while delving into the captivating world of the Annapurna Mountain range. Accompanying you every step of the way will be a knowledgeable and experienced guide, supported by sherpas, ensuring your safety and sharing valuable insights about the terrain. Undoubtedly, the ascent to Annapurna Base Camp promises to be an unforgettable chapter in your life, where you'll encounter breathtaking landscapes, achieve personal milestones, and forge connections with fellow trekkers. These are the moments that will create lasting memories for a lifetime.

Permits Required During Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

During the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek in Nepal, several permits and documents are required to ensure your trek is legal and hassle-free. Here are the essential permits you need:

  1. Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP):

    • The ACAP is a crucial permit for the Annapurna region. It is issued by the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) and is required to enter and trek within the Annapurna Conservation Area. This permit aims to conserve the natural environment, culture, and biodiversity of the region.
  2. Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card:

    • The TIMS card is issued by the Nepal Tourism Board and is essential for all trekkers in Nepal. It helps track and provide assistance to trekkers in case of emergencies. There are two types of TIMS cards: one for individual trekkers and another for organized treks. For the Annapurna Base Camp trek, you'll need an individual TIMS card.
  3. Local Permits:

    • Depending on your specific trekking route, you may require additional permits for certain areas or villages. These permits are usually arranged by your trekking agency or guide and may include permits for entry into specific villages or restricted areas.
  4. Passport and Visa:

    • Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date from Nepal. You'll also need a valid visa to enter Nepal, which can be obtained upon arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at various land border crossings.

Accommodation and Food During Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

During the 7-day Annapurna Base Camp trek, accommodation is primarily provided by teahouses or guesthouses scattered along the trail. These teahouses offer basic yet comfortable lodging with twin beds, blankets, and shared bathroom facilities. While the comfort level can vary, especially at higher altitudes, the teahouses aim to provide a cozy resting place for trekkers. Heating is available in some teahouses, but it's advisable to bring warm clothing and a good sleeping bag, particularly for colder nights.

In terms of food, the teahouses offer a variety of hearty meals to refuel trekkers. Breakfast options include porridge, eggs, Tibetan bread, and pancakes, often accompanied by tea or coffee. For lunch and dinner, you can expect dal bhat (a traditional Nepali dish), noodles, fried rice, sandwiches, and momo (dumplings). The menu may vary slightly from one teahouse to another. Snacks like chocolate bars and fresh fruit are available to keep your energy levels up while trekking. While the accommodations and meals are basic, they provide an authentic trekking experience, allowing you to immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy the stunning Himalayan scenery.

Transportation During Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

At All Nepal Hiking, we understand the crucial role that transportation plays in ensuring your trip is smooth and enjoyable. That's why we offer comprehensive transportation services to make your journey comfortable and hassle-free. When you arrive, our friendly airport representative will warmly greet you and take you to your hotel, where you can relax and rest. Furthermore, we provide private vehicles for city tours, including sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley or any other excursions you'd like to explore. Our experienced and knowledgeable drivers will accompany you to popular tourist destinations, offering informative commentary during your travels.

Travel Insurance During Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

For safety considerations, having travel insurance is a mandatory requirement for trekkers participating in any mountain trek or tour program. When traversing mountainous regions, securing travel insurance equates to having a reliable safety net, enabling you to embark on your journey with confidence and peace of mind. We strongly advocate obtaining comprehensive travel insurance that encompasses crucial aspects such as emergency helicopter rescue and medical evacuation expenses. This type of coverage offers vital protection against personal injury, illness, repatriation costs, and other unforeseen events. Opting for robust travel insurance guarantees not only a worry-free experience during your travels with us but also grants comprehensive coverage for any unexpected contingencies that may arise.

  1. Scenic drive to Nayapul and trek to Ghandruk, a charming Gurung village.
  2. Diverse landscapes, from terraced fields to bamboo and rhododendron forests.
  3. Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m), is surrounded by breathtaking mountain views.
  4. Close-up view of Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) at Machhapuchhre Base Camp.
  5. Relaxation in natural hot springs at Jhinu Danda.
  6. Cultural encounters with the friendly local Gurung community.
  7. A condensed but fulfilling journey through the Annapurna region.

The journey begins on Day 1 with a scenic drive from Pokhara to Nayapul, followed by a trek to Ghandruk. At an altitude of around 1,940 meters, Ghandruk is a charming Gurung village known for its traditional architecture, terraced fields, and panoramic views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains.

  • Max. Altitude:Pokhara (827 meters) to Ghandruk (1,940 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:5 to 6 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On Day 2, you will ascend to Chhomrong, situated at approximately 2,170 meters above sea level. Chhomrong is the gateway to the Annapurna Sanctuary and offers stunning views of Annapurna South and Hiunchuli.

  • Max. Altitude:(1,940 meters) to Chhomrong (2,170 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:5 to 6 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This day involves trekking from Chhomrong to Deurali, situated at around 3,200 meters. The trail takes you through dense rhododendron and bamboo forests, and as you gain altitude, the landscape transforms, providing glimpses of the majestic peaks that lie ahead.

  • Max. Altitude:(2,170 meters) to Deurali (3,230 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:6 to 7 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 is a highlight of the trek, as you ascend from Deurali to the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) at an elevation of about 4,130 meters. This section of the journey takes you through the extraordinary Machhapuchhre Base Camp (MBC) before reaching ABC. Here, you are surrounded by awe-inspiring peaks, including Annapurna I (8,091 meters), making it a surreal and unforgettable experience.

  • Max. Altitude:(3,230 meters) to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:7 to 8 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On Day 5, you descend from the Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo (2,310 meters), passing through lush forests and enjoying the tranquility of the natural surroundings.

  • Max. Altitude:Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:6 to 7 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 takes you from Bamboo to Jhinu Danda, located at an altitude of around 1,780 meters. Jhinu Danda is famous for its natural hot springs, providing a well-deserved opportunity to soothe your muscles and relax.

  • Max. Altitude:Bamboo (2,310 meters) to Jhinu Danda (1,780 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:5 to 6 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Finally, on Day 7, you trek from Jhinu Danda back to Nayapul and then drive back to Pokhara. The journey concludes with a sense of accomplishment and incredible memories.

  • Max. Altitude:Jhinu Danda (1,780 meters) to Nayapul (1,070 meters) to Pokhara (827 meters)
  • Accommodation:Teahouse
  • Time:Approximately 6 to 7 hours
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Recommended Packing List for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

  • Multiple pairs of thermal tops
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof shell jacket (windcheater)
  • Down jacket (provided if needed)
  • Comfortable fleece/wool trousers
  • Trekking pants (at least 2 pairs)
  • Mittens or woolen gloves
  • Warm hiking socks
  • Trekking shoes with spare laces
  • Flip-flops
  • Underwear and swimming costume
  • Hiking cotton trousers and T-shirts
  • Sun hat and scarf
  • Sunglasses
  • Sleeping bag (provided if needed)
  • Trekking poles (optional)
  • Day backpack (above 40 L)
  • Headlamp
  • Small lock for the day backpack
  • Reusable water bottles (2 liters)
  • Water purification tablets or electric light
  • Wash towel
  • Toiletries (wet tissue, quick-drying towel, toilet paper, etc.)
  • Rain poncho
  • Basic personal first aid kit

Why Choose Our 7-Day Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek?

  1. Effortless Booking: Our user-friendly and secure online booking system simplifies the reservation process, ensuring a hassle-free start to your adventure.
  2. Flexible Itineraries: We understand plans can change. Our adaptable itineraries come with trip postponement options to accommodate unforeseen circumstances.
  3. Inclusive Transportation: Your convenience is our priority. Enjoy the journey with included transportation, either private or public, tailored to your preferences.

  4. Expert Trek Guide: Benefit from the guidance of a certified NTA Trek Guide fluent in English, enhancing your trekking experience and safety.

  5. Experienced Team: Our seasoned and knowledgeable team brings years of expertise to ensure your journey is not only enjoyable but also informed.

  6. Scenic Routes: Immerse yourself in meticulously planned routes, offering breathtaking scenic views that showcase the beauty of the Annapurna region.

  7. Comfortable Accommodation: Rest easy in comfortable lodges or tea houses along the way, providing a cozy and relaxing environment after each day's trek.

  8. Delicious Cuisine: Savor delicious and hygienic meals throughout the trek, keeping you energized as you explore the stunning landscapes.

  9. Round-the-Clock Support: We're here for you 24/7, ready to provide customer support and assistance whenever you need it.

  10. Cultural Immersion: Gain unique insights into the local culture and interact with the communities you encounter along the route, creating a richer trekking experience.


Choose our 7-day Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek for a seamless, safe, and unforgettable journey that combines convenience, expertise, and a deep connection with the stunning landscapes and local communities of the region.

Responsible Tourism 

  • Show respect for local customs, laws, and beliefs.
  • Always seek permission from guides before engaging in activities in local communities.
  • Help keep the environment clean by disposing of rubbish properly.
  • Support initiatives that promote positive aspects of tourism in local communities.
  • All Nepal Hiking actively participates in the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and organizes eco-friendly trips to promote sustainable and environmentally conscious travel.

By adhering to these guidelines, you contribute to responsible and respectful trekking, ensuring a positive impact on both the local culture and environment during your Annapurna Base Camp adventure.

Our commitment to meticulous attention and tailored service ensures that every detail of your trip is impeccably managed. Our team comprises amiable and knowledgeable guides, adept porters, and dedicated support staff, all striving to craft an unforgettable experience for you.

With All Nepal Hiking, you can rest assured that you're under the guidance of experts deeply passionate about their craft.


- Prepare warm clothing and a quality sleeping bag for chilly nights.
- Stay well-hydrated and adopt a gradual pace to minimize altitude sickness risks.
- Opt for a light packing approach, as you'll be responsible for your gear (potter services are available for convenience).
- Enhance your trek by hiring a potter to ease your load and improve comfort.
- Prioritize time: Given the challenging nature of the Annapurna Base Camp trek, take your time and establish a steady rhythm. Frequent breaks for rest are beneficial.
- Mitigate altitude sickness: This region often presents altitude-related challenges. Stay hydrated and consider medication if necessary.
- Embrace the journey: The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a unique opportunity, so savor each moment and absorb the breathtaking landscapes en route.

Cost Details
  • All airport/hotel transfers
  • All accommodations and meals during the trek
  • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (6 trekkers:1 assistant guide), and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food, and lodging
  • All necessary paperwork and permits (National Park permit, TIMS)
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the itinerary'
  • Hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara 
  • Travel Insurance
  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa
  • Hot showers during the trek
  • Personal trekking equipment
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver (Tipping is respected but it is not obligatory)
  • Out of the 252 climbers who have attempted to scale Annapurna, only 191 successfully made it back. Tragically, 61 people lost their lives in their attempts to ascend or descend the mountain, with avalanches being the primary cause of fatalities. These numbers highlight the challenging and dangerous nature of Annapurna and the risks involved in climbing it.




  • The Annapurna Base Camp trek is generally suitable for individuals in good physical health, including children. However, it is not recommended for children under the age of 7 due to the altitude and potential challenges associated with the trek. The 14-day trekking journey to Annapurna Base Camp typically begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara before starting the trek.




  • The Annapurna Base Camp trek is considered suitable for beginners who are venturing into the Himalayan region for the first time. This trek takes you to the base camp of Mount Annapurna and is a good choice for beginners looking to experience hiking in the Himalayas.





  • Acclimatization is crucial when climbing in high-altitude environments like Annapurna. It is recommended to spend ample time at around 3,500 meters (11,500 feet) to allow your body to adapt to the reduced oxygen levels. This gradual process helps prepare your body for higher altitudes and reduces the risk of altitude sickness. While supplemental oxygen may be used in extreme cases, it is not typically required for climbers on Annapurna who acclimatize properly.




  • The Annapurna Massif, which is a mountain range in the Annapurna region of Nepal, consists of multiple peaks. There is one peak that surpasses the 8,000-meter mark, making it one of the world's eight-thousanders. Additionally, there are thirteen peaks within the massif that exceed 7,000 meters in elevation, and an additional sixteen peaks that rise above 6,000 meters. These peaks are spread across a stretch of approximately 55 kilometers, showcasing the impressive mountainous landscape of the Annapurna region.




  • The Annapurna Base Camp trek covers an approximate distance of 60 kilometers, although the exact distance may vary depending on the starting point and the specific route chosen. The trek is considered to be of moderate to difficult difficulty level, as it involves some steep sections and reaches high altitudes. However, for the majority of the trek, there are well-defined paths to follow.

  • A: The Annapurna Base Camp trek is a popular trekking route located in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It takes you to the base camp of Mount Annapurna, which is the 10th-highest mountain in the world.

  •  The duration of the trek depends on various factors, including your fitness level and the specific itinerary you choose. On average, the trek takes around 7 to 12 days to complete.

  • The best time for the trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer stable weather, clear skies, and moderate temperatures, making it ideal for trekking.

  • Yes, you need two permits for the trek: the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) card. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or Pokhara.

  • The trek is considered moderately difficult. It involves walking for several hours each day, with some steep ascents and descents. However, it doesn't require technical climbing skills or equipment. Regular exercise and a good level of fitness are recommended before attempting the trek.

  • Hiring a guide or porter is not mandatory, but it can enhance your trekking experience. A guide can provide valuable information about the route, and culture, and help with navigation, while a porter can carry your heavy backpack, allowing you to trek more comfortably.

  • Yes, the trek itinerary can be customized according to your preferences and time constraints. You can choose different routes, add rest days, or extend the trek to include other nearby destinations, such as Poon Hill.

  • Some essential items to pack include trekking boots, warm clothing layers, a waterproof jacket, a hat, gloves, sunglasses, a backpack, a sleeping bag, a water bottle, sunscreen, a first aid kit, and trekking poles. It's important to pack light while ensuring you have all the necessary gear.

  • Annapurna Base Camp is situated at an altitude of 4,130 meters (13,549 feet) above sea level.

  • The trek usually starts from Nayapul, which is about a 1.5 to 2-hour drive from Pokhara. You can hire a private vehicle or take a public bus to reach Nayapul.

  • Yes, having travel insurance is highly recommended for the trek. It should cover medical expenses, emergency evacuation, and trip cancellation/interruption.

  • The weather can vary during different seasons. In general, the spring season (March to May) offers mild temperatures, while autumn (September to November) has clear skies and moderate temperatures. However, temperatures decrease as you ascend, and it can get very cold at night, especially at higher altitudes.

  • Yes, there are a few ATMs available in some villages along the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, such as Tikhedhunga, Ghorepani, and Sinuwa. However, it's advisable to carry enough Nepalese currency with you, as ATMs may not always be reliable due to technical issues or lack of availability.

  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek is generally considered safe, but it's important to take certain precautions to ensure your safety during the journey. It's important to note that while the trek is generally safe, unforeseen circumstances can arise. Being well-prepared, making informed decisions, and taking necessary precautions will enhance your safety and enjoyment during the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

  • Yes, mobile networks can be found on the Annapurna Base Camp Trek's trekking pathways. The majority of the tiny settlements and trails have Ncell or NTC network connectivity.

  • NTC prepaid SIM cards for travelers are inexpensive and provide several benefits while your walk along the Annapurna Circuit. NTC SIM cards may be purchased at the TIA NTC desk or other retailers in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Attach a photocopy of your passport or ID card when applying for a SIM card.

  • The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is categorized as a moderate trek, but it does present challenges such as steep and rugged trails, stone stairs, and daily walking for 5 to 6 hours. However, with adequate physical fitness, confidence, and patience, it is a feasible and rewarding trek to undertake.




  • Annapurna Base Camp is renowned for being one of the most popular treks globally. It offers a unique opportunity to get remarkably close to an eight-thousander, which is quite remarkable for a trek of moderate to difficult level. The trek is particularly famous for its proximity to the magnificent Annapurna massif, which encompasses the world's tenth highest peak.




  • Annapurna Base Camp experiences varying weather conditions, including rainfall. During certain times of the year, rainfalls are frequent, leading to muddy terrains. However, in the spring season, precipitation is generally low, resulting in clearer skies and a vibrant natural environment. The forest comes alive with blooming flowers, adding to the enchanting atmosphere of the trek. Overall, the autumn season is often preferred by trekkers as the best time to visit Annapurna Base Camp.




  • Annapurna Base Camp is popular due to several factors. Firstly, it is located within a national park that boasts the world's deepest gorge, stunning high mountain lakes, and remarkable biodiversity. Additionally, the trail to Annapurna Base Camp passes through the revered Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), which is highly admired by the Nepalese people for its immense beauty. These attractions contribute to the popularity of Annapurna Base Camp among trekkers and nature enthusiasts.




  • The Annapurna Base Camp Trek requires a moderate level of fitness from trekkers. The trek involves walking for a maximum of 7 hours per day, typically averaging around 4-6 hours, depending on the specific trek itinerary. The trail consists of mostly uphill and downhill sections, with stone pathways and occasional staircases in certain areas.




  • During the peak spring season, Annapurna Base Camp can be crowded with trekkers. However, in the early month of March, the number of visitors is relatively lower due to the still fragile weather conditions. As a result, the trails are less congested during that time.




  • The main difference between the Annapurna Circuit trek and the Annapurna Base Camp trek is the altitude reached during each trek. The Annapurna Base Camp trek takes you to an elevation of approximately 13,780 feet, while the Annapurna Circuit trek goes beyond 17,770 feet. In terms of difficulty, the Annapurna Circuit trek is more challenging due to its higher altitude.




  • Yes, teahouses (lodges) are available along the trekking route. These teahouses provide basic accommodation and meals such as dal bhat (rice, lentils, and vegetables), noodles, soups, and tea. However, the quality of facilities may vary, especially at higher altitudes.

  • During winter in the Annapurna region, temperatures can plummet below freezing, reaching as low as -10°C. The coldest times are typically the nights, while daytime temperatures can range from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. As you ascend to higher altitudes, the temperature drops even further. Snowfall and snowstorms are also possible during the winter months.




  • The shortest route for the Annapurna Base Camp trek is the alternative itinerary via Ghandruk. This route allows you to reach the Annapurna Base Camp at an altitude of 13,546 feet in just four days. The highest point where you will spend the night is at Machhapuchhre Base Camp, which is at an altitude of 12,136 feet.


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