Siklish Trek (08 Days)

Siklish TrekkingOnly a small distance from the heavily trekked Annapurna region, this exhilarating trek is an ideal introduction to the local people and their exotic culture and life-style. In the balmy hills that offer unbeatable scenic allures, it's an easy and pleasant short trek to walk through the picturesque foothills. Superb mountain views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Hiunchuli.

Currently generating more and more curiosity, this area is the least trekked but also the most remarkable. Your experience here is guaranteed to change your outlook on things.

Rough and wild, this trek cuts through less travelled country south of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal Massif, with good mountain views and rough terrain. The local people are unaccustomed to trekkers. This trek is a spectacular short trek and traverses a variety of terrain from lowland villages and rice terraces up to 3,000m, where one finds the biggest Gurung (Gurkhas) village as well as a national flower forest of rhododendron best seen in spring.


Facts OF The Trek.

Minimum Group size: 02
Season : All year
Grading : 04
Departure Date : As per Request

    Itinerary In Details.

    Day 01: Kathmandu to Pokhara
    Drive or fly to Pokhara from Kathmandu and rest at the hotel.

    Day 02: Pokhara to Kalikasthan:
    Drive to Bijayapur and trek through villages of different tribes to Kalikasthan. Camping at the top of the mountain offers panoramic views of the Himalaya. Overnight stop at Bhundi.

    Day 03: Kalikasthan to Lamachaur:
    Walk downhill to the river valley with views of waterfalls before climbing towards Lamachaur and camping there.

    Day 04: Lamachaur to Siklish:
    Climb to Siklish through rhododendron forest and the largest Gurung village (known as Gorkhas). This is the best point at which to see the panorama of the Himalayas and close views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II and Manaslu.

    Day 05: Siklish to Ghale Gaon:
    Descend through the forest and a smaller village to the interesting village of Ghale. You may be interested to stay one more day here for the panoramic attraction of the fish tail mountain.

    Day 06: Ghale Gaon to Pokhara:
    The trail descends to Pokhara through the different tribal villages of Brahaman, Chhettri, Gurung, and Thakali and forest. Arrive at Pokhara and camp at the lake side.

    Day 07: Drive to Kathmandu

    Day 08: Free from Program or departure