Annapurna Region

The Annapurna area is located at the heart of the Nepalese Himalayas and covers roughly 80 kilometers of land between the Marsayangdi River in the east and the Kali Gandaki River in the west. The northern part of this region is home to the enigmatic and secluded land of Mustang, which was recently opened to the public. Alongside Annapurna I, which has a hump-like shape and stands at a height of 8,091 meters, there are 11 other towering peaks, such as the rocky Annapurna II (7,937 meters) and the snowy Annapurna III (7,555 meters). The Sanskrit meaning of Annapurna is "goddess of fertility." accomplishment among the 8,000-meter peaks, and marked the beginning of a golden age of Nepalese Himalayan mountaineering. Around two-thirds of all trekkers in Nepal come to visit the Annapurna region because it offers breathtaking views of both high mountains and lowland villages. Many trekkers also appreciate the fact that the surrounding area of Pokhara has a relatively low chance of causing altitude-related problems.

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