Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty

Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty

Good news to all wide-world travelers with an interest in an exciting adventure holiday in Nepal Himalaya, within the massive and scenic Annapurna mountain range. Especially for trekkers and beginners who have never been on a trek around Nepal Himalaya and would like to join in for exciting and scenic walks, where one might be keen to know the ‘Annapurna base camp trek difficulty’.

Before signing or booking for the Annapurna base camp trek from your agents back home or with a local company in Nepal. From the text we provide, where all trekkers can collect much information that will help and support you to plan and prepare for the 7-day Annapurna base camp trek. Annapurna Base Camp Trek Difficulty depends upon the different angles, attitudes, and stamina. As well as, each individual how one takes it, as well as physical fitness including sound health.

Hike to the world’s 10th Tallest Base Camp of Annapurna

Amazing to know and a great surprise to all trekkers, that Annapurna is the only base camp in the whole Himalayas. Where only a few and very minimum number of trekkers catch the symptoms of high altitude or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Annapurna base camp trek is not only a problem of altitude but one of the shortest 8,000-meter mountain base camp treks around the Himalayas. Even though the trekking trail takes you on a maximum height of 4,130 m high and 13, 550 feet high at Annapurna base camp.

Annapurna base camp is located in the heart of the massive Annapurna Himalaya mountain range, where you will be encircled by an amphitheater of high snow-capped peaks. Rise in elevation gain gradually and slowly as you start the walk from low warm farm areas with the climb to cooler alpine hills unto an arctic zone of ice and glaciers around the beautiful spot at Annapurna Base Camp.

What makes the Annapurna Base Camp Trek difficult?

As mentioned above where a rise in altitude is not a big problem, but some trekkers might find difficulty with steep ups and down on route Annapurna Base Camp for some days. It also depends upon the season of time on the trek to Annapurna base camp, if one chooses in the off-season during pre-monsoon or post-monsoon times. You will come in contact with many leeches that suck the blood from your body if it catches you.

Normally amid a rainy time of July-August till mid-September chances of leeches around lush green vegetation on route to Annapurna base camp. But around Annapurna sanctuary and base camp due to the dry and barren terrain of artic landscape and cold temperature.

To know all before hiking to Annapurna Base Camp about the weather and the best time

Where leech does not exist, the other difficulty one might encounter sometimes is the change of trail, due to sudden avalanches that can occur sometimes that damage and swipe away the trekking path. It also depends upon the duration of itinerary days, if it is longer and of normal standard days it will be not that difficult except for much uphill climb.

Where some itineraries can be much shorter covering the whole trek within less than a week’s time frame, making it a difficult walk to reach your designated overnight stops. Lastly, the only difficulty at Everest base camp is much of the uphill climb and downhill long walks, where the rest of the trek is pleasant with scenic views of the mountain range on most of the trekking from the beautiful city of Pokhara and back.