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Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi Himal Trekking is a new open trekking route for the trekkers to explore the hidden gem of Annapurna Mountain. This is the very beautiful hidden gem of the Annapurna Region. Mardi Himal trekking routes give you a great chance to explore the natural and cultural beauty at once and Mardi Himal trekking offers you the magical view of the Annapurna Himalayan ranges and other mountain peaks as well.

Highlights of the Mardi Himal Trekking

  • The untouched and hidden gem
  • New and off beaten trekking trails
  • Stunning view of the Annapurna Himalayan ranges and other mountain peaks
  • Rhododendron forest, exotic flora, and fauna with the greenery view around you
  • Ethnic groups with their different cultures and traditions
  • Rocky landscapes, up & down hills, green forest, woodlands, and the farmlands
  • The wildlife of the region
  • Warm-hearted and welcoming local peoples

Overview of the Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi Himal Trekking is a totally new route and the trekking destination in Annapurna Region. The Mardi Himal trekking offers you the untouched beauty of nature. However, Mard routes is newly open trekking but in a short time, it become popular among the trekkers. It is also known as the hidden gem of the Annapurna Region and the perfect to do in off the beaten trekking trails.

Mardi Himal trekking takes you through the least trodden trails. You can see the beautiful Modi Khola and the Hiunchuli Valley as well. On the whole way, you will be amazed by the view of Whole Annapurna Himalayan range which includes Annapurna I(8091m), II(7937m), III(7855m), IV(7525m), Annapurna South(7819m), Himchuli(6441m), Dhaulagiri I, II (8163m/7751m), Machhapuchhre(6991m), Mardi Himal(5588m), Nilgiri(6940m), Varaha Shikhar(7847m), Thapa Peak(6015m), Tukche Peak(6920m), Singu Chuli(6500m), Tharpu Chuli(5663m), Gangapurna(7483m) and Lamjung Himal(6931m), etc. You will walk through the amazing rhododendron forest and cross some unspoiled terrain, terrace frams, lush green valley, and the waterfalls & cascade.

Mardi Himal trekking also shows you the amazing Wildlife and the rich culture of the region. You can see the different ethnic groups with the different kind of cultural and the lifestyle in Himalayan area and get to know about the locals more and also you can see some rare and beautiful animals and birds on the way like Danphe the national bird, Himalayan Thar, Spotted Deer, Musk Deer, Snow Lepard, and Barking Deer, etc.

Best Time To Do Mardi Himal Trekking

There not any best season to do trekking because you can go on the trek whenever you wish just get some information about the climate of the destination that will help you to be prepared for the trekking.

Summer/Monsoon Season

Summer brings the hot season of the year along with the rain. During this season the trails will be sloppy, muddy and wet which will make little hard to walk and the summer sunny day is so hot. Going trek on this season is possible but with a little bit of preparation like take waterproof body and footwear, suncream to save your skin and drink lots of water and be careful in the jungles because you can find some summer creatures like mosquitos, leech, etc. But the best thing is you can see the washed mountain views and the greenery around you.

Spring Season

Spring season is one of the best seasons to do trekking. The weather in spring will be warm and chilled. which makes this trekking more interesting for the trekkers. On the way, you can see the growing plants, flowers and the happy nature around you. Walking with the birds singing sound makes the trekking amazing. The sky looks clear and you can get the clear amazing view of the mountain peaks and the hills of the beautiful village.

Autumn Season

Autumn season is the most preferred season to do trekking in Nepal and almost every trekker suggests this season. The weather in this season is perfect and stable. In Autumn you can see the rotues getting buzy because of the large number of trekkers. and this is the festival season as well. You can see people celebrating the biggest festival of the Nepal (Dashain & Tihar). and the vibes of this season give you a positive energy. You can get the stunning mountain views and the panoramic view as well with the clear blue sky.

Winter Season

Trekking in winter can be a little difficult because of the cold and snow in the Himalayan areas. But if you do a nice prepared before the trekking then you can do it. The weather will be freezing cold and you can see the snowfall as well. The trails can be filled with snow and you can see some ice cliffs on the way. But the amazing snowcapped mountain view look more amazing in winter.

The difficulty level of Mardi Himal Trekking

Mardi Himal trekking is the moderate kind of trekking. The trails are new so it can create difficulty for the trekker. Trekker needs to get info information before you go on the trekking. you can get the altitude sickness so you need to be careful about that if your body feels any kind of problem then talk to your guide quickly or take some medicine for it. If have to be fit and healthy to walk 5 to 6 hours every day on the whole trekking journey. This is the problem you can face in the trekking but with go preparation and a strong mindset, you can do the Mardi Himal trekking successfully.

Accommodation & Food for Mardi Himal Trekking

On the trekking journey, you will stay at the tea house or at homestays. You can get a twin sharing basis. If you want a single room for yourself you need to request the owner if they can then they will provide you a single room. You can get the hot shower on the tea house and they provide you clean and warm room.

During the trekking, you can eat the tasty and delicious Nepali food or Thakali food and some international food as well like: Indian, Italian and Continental foods and you can have some different types of coffee, juices, hot chocolate and refreshment drinks with some fast foods.


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Mardi Himal Trekking