Meta Description: “Nar Phu Valley Trek is one of the most adventurous, remote, and least explored treks in Nepal which offers real Himalayan wilderness experience.”
Nar Phu Valley Trek lies in the restricted Annapurna area to the right trekking trail of main Annapurna circuit trek route. The trail is diverse from Koto crossing Marshyangdi river right bank to Nar and Phu valley in Nepal. Since 2003 it is newly opened trekking routes in the Annapurna region.
This adventurous trek passes through some through the wild and barren landscapes which pretty resembles the Tibetan plateau. Enroute you’ll see amazing rock formations, narrow canyons, and the nurturing valley in itself are alluring in this Nar Phu Valley Trekking. This trek will reward you with beautiful snow-capped peaks, high grazing settlements, and ancient villages.
You’ll start with a drive to the hill town Besisahar and trek lead you to the Kang La Pass at 5,400 m from where you’ll get the breathtaking views of Annapurna ranges. Nar Phu Valley Trekking is an exciting trek that will surely amaze you with ancient traditional Tibetan villages and the majestic view of snow-capped peaks.
Spring and Autumn season is one of the best time to plan your Nar Phu Valley Trek. During this time the weather is warm, skies are clear, and the mountain views are at their best. Also, there is a low chance of rainfall. However, with proper trekking gear, you can also prepare for the winter season- December to January.
Nar Phu Valley Trek is one of the adventurous treks which demand immense physical stamina, strong mental determination, and the good health condition. Some part of the trek is quite demanding and some days you may need to walk for 7-8 hours.
Although Nar Phu Valley Trek is considered as one of the strenuous it is definitely accomplishable. However, a few weeks prior to your trek a regular exercise, cycling, running, short hiking is recommended.
Moreover, for this trek, you don’t require any technical or mountaineering skills. But the prior trekking experience would definitely be considered as the plus point.
• Walking through the off-beaten path
• Passing through typical villages like Besisahar, Tal, Ngwal, Manang, Pisang
• Exploring the wonderful hidden valleys of Nar and Phu
• Crossing Kang La Pass
• Stunning mountain views of Annapurna massif
• Get a close insight of Gurung, Magar, and Thakali culture and lifestyle
• Experience generous hospitalities of the local people