Annapurna is a mountain range located in the North-Central region of the Himalayas. The area itself includes thirteen peaks over 22, 970 feet and the highest peak Annapurna I has an elevation of 26,545 feet above sea level! The Annapurna peaks are considered the most dangerous mountains to climb in the entire world.
Famous for its trekking expeditions, the Annapurna Conservation Area boasts three major trekking paths that each includes breathtaking views of pristine mountain peaks and wilderness. Each of the three routes through Annapurna Conservation Area is easily accessible by foot and guest houses in hills are plentiful.
Suggested only for guests who are, extremely fit, healthy, and experienced in mountain trekking at high altitudes.