Royal Trek

Key information: Royal Trek

    •  Delightful ridge walk with outstanding morning views of the Annapurna peaks in their full glory.
      • Pass through remote villages, fields and forest on this ridge east of Pokhara. Camping is required.
        • This route is called the 'Royal Trek' because the UK's Prince Charles trekked here in 1980. Also known as the Annapurna Skyline Trek.
          • Although lower level and less challenging than a full-blown Annapurna Circuit or Sanctuary trek, this walk is in mountains, on which you will have to be fairly self sufficient. Come prepared.
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            See our Annapurna Region page for further detailed information and photos. 

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  • Beauty32
  • Natural interest14
  • Human interest12
  • Charisma32
  • Negative points0
  • Total rating90

Vital Statistics

  • Length: 4 days
  • Maximum Altitude: A bit over 1,730m
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate

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