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Max.elevation : 4800m
Type of trek : Moderate
Duration of day :4-7days
Duration a day walking:3-6 hours


Mardi Himal trekking is one of the bitten Eco-tourism based trekking destination in Annapurna Himalaya region. Mardi Himal is the name given to the feature of the long rising ridge and its summit that from the southwesterly lower slope of Mount Machhapuchhare, the famous triangular skyline that is seen from the Phewa Lake at Pokhara. Mardi Himal is located in the east of the Modi Khola, across the valley from Hiunchuli. The emphasis of Mardi Himal trekking is on the forest and wilderness zone of these mountains. Mardi Himal trekking, follows the least trodden trail away from the trekkers madding crowd with and essence of exploration. We ascend through Hindu villages and pristine oak and rhododendron forest to alpine campsite that afford close up dramatic scenery of sacred Mt. Machapuchare, Mardi Himal and Annapurnas. The great ice fields and the blue glaciers of the Annapurana sanctuary walls lie below us. We descend from the different route to the warm valley and friendly villages on the bank of Mardi river still away from the used trekking routes. This Annapurna Camping treks designed to provide outstanding mountain profile and to venture into the forests and villages that have not felt the impact of tourism. Mardi Himal trekking offers superb Himalayan scenery including the Mt. Dhauglagiri 8167m, Mt. Annapurna 8091m,Annapurna II 7937m, Annapurna III 7555m, Annapurna IV 7525m, Annapurna south 7219m Hiunchuli 6441m,  Fish tail/Machhapuchhare 6988m etc.Mardi Himal trekking is less touristy trekking trail in Annapurna region.Mardi Himal is considered to be an ideal introduction to trekking in the high Himalaya, particularly if you have limited time available. No previous experience of high altitudes is necessary, as every precaution will be taken to ensure gradual and thorough acclimatization during the trek to the mountain.Why to visit Mardi Himal trek?
• To get enjoy of the culture, nature, norms, hot hospitality.
• To get real peacefulness & real wilderness.
• To protect time & see many scenery of the other trekking route.
• Wildlife observation &dense rhododendron forest.• To see traditional agriculture, watermill, honey hunting, cattle farming(yak,
sheep, goat, cow, buffalo etc)
• Nepali traditional settlement.
 
Itinearay:
(Please Note: If the above schedule does not meet your need and interest, I can design individualized travel plans based on your preferences.)
Day 01: Drive to Phedi around 45 minutes and we climb 3 hours from Phedi steeply up to the main trail along the to Dhampus. The first nights camp at pothana 1650m.
Day 02: Pothana to forest camp ,
Dawn usually brings a spectacular sunrise with the fishtail tuning from pink to gold and the bare rock wall of annapurna II still in shadow. Now we start on the "secret trail" leaving tourist, other trekkers and the villages behind. We enter an enchanting forest of birch, giant rhododendron, mountain oak, maple, hemlock and daphnia. That evening we camp in a small cleaning at 255m far from the beaten trail.
Day 03:Forest camp to Low camp,
As we climb the flora changes into classic cloud forest with mosses and litchen, tree ferns andorchids. Now and then there are windows through the woods that look that ook out onto the thrilling panorama, towards Hiuchuli and the knife-sharp traverse towards Annapurna South. We can see the Mardi Khola vally leading up into the Annapurna Sanctuary. We stop climbing at lunch so as not to go too high too fast. The afternoon is as leisure, camped at 3400m and through the forest, we have mesmerizing views of the ever-closer Fishtail.
Day 4: Low camp to High camp ,
After just a short steep climb we are out of the forest, above the three-lone. A ridge, either grassy or under snow depending on the season, takes us up to our 'High camp', which we reach at lunch. We take another afternoon at leisure to acclimatize, at 4100m. The views here are awesome. Annapurna south seems close enough to throw a rock at while machhapuchare seems close enough to touch.
Day 05: Hight camp, explore around
Breakfast will be earlier than usual and with packed lunches, we set off to reach our objective .conditions being favorable we should reach up to 5,300m attain our absolute summit is never given. The great ice fields and blue glaciers of the sanctuary wall lie below and annapurna is beyond. In an area from horizon, from Dhaulagiri to the Ganesh Himal are a dozen or more Glistening snow-bound giants of the Himalaya. You are standing on a spot that has been your constant aim for days, a place a time a view that is almost impossible to equal and you have earned it! Whatever our achievement, by 1pm we need to descend back to 'High camp.
Day 06: High Camp to Siding Village
After a relaxed breakfast we make an unhurried descent down through the shade of the forest and out onto the terraced fields near the siding Village. We continue down to our camp at 1750m near the Mardi Khola .
Day 7: Siding village to pokhara
Thew trail from siding now follows the contour of the river vally, gradually down between the pastures and through Tamang and Gurung villages at 1160m. With just a few hours of walking, we meet the road and our transport takes us Pokhara within a lunch time.





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