Mardi Himal Trek - Beautiful Hidden Path trails
Posted by Hari Shrestha on September 6th, 2017
The Mardi Himal trekking is an as of late opened flawless covered route trails to Mardi Himal base camp and Mardi himal (5555 meters).it is to the Midwest of Nepal in Annapurna region and there are couple of alterative trekking courses and exchange perspective to see the point of view of Annapurna range and mt. Fishtail.Mardi Himal top lies around 20 km in Distance from Pokhara and to te east of Modi conduit.
Mardi himal trek is best trekking trails with stunning indigenous natural surroundings widely inclusive mountain see pont , diverse culture and particular inheritance which lead you to the 4,500 meter/14,736ft stature, Which is organized in Annapurna region. This trek offers an enthusiastic trekking foundation for trekkers the locale is overpowered by the proximity of such apexes and mountains e.g. the Annapurna Ranges, Machhauchre (Fish tail), and Nilgiri et cetera. These mountains wait out there all through your trek, giving you a honest to goodness Himalayan difficulty and piles of satisfaction. Trekking through the bog towns and mountain gatherings will open you to the extensive variety of social orders of different people and other neighborhood ethnic get-togethers.
Mardi Himal trekking starts from couple of better places yet for the most part it starts from Mardi pool and fulfillment at the Ghachok there are such countless things on the way of mard himal trekking, for instance, bamboo forest, Rhododendron, Oak, Gurung ethnicity town as it is really delightful zone than the trails ascend to the high snow topped area.
Mardi Himal has sveral base camps yet the Lower base camp is phenomenal contrasted with other point to see Machhapuchhre( 6993 meters) and this place likely the best view ponit to see Mt.Machhapuchhre wherever in Nepal in light of the way that the view in a day time first light, sunset whatever you can examine from the low camp after low camp you can visit Mardi himal base camp where you find the opportunity to see all Annapurna broaden.