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The Himalayas is home to the highest mountain range in the world. Most people are familiar with Mount Everest and often try to climb this huge mountain. However, if you enjoy the Himalaya tourism of breathtaking mountain scenery and trekking, but do not have advanced climbing skills, there are several routes in the area that allow you to experience the spectacular Himalayan experience without the overwhelming challenge of climbing these mountains. There are some very special places to explore the high mountains of the Himalayas. These five routes are definitely excellent examples of what the Himalayas can provide.

Annapurna Circuit, Nepal
Annapurna Circuit is one of the most popular trekking routes in the Himalayas. Thousands of people walk along this wonderful trail, passing under the highest mountains in the world. The route can walk counterclockwise or clockwise. Most people walk counterclockwise in order to gradually rise from a higher height, which helps to avoid or reduce the problem of altitude sickness. The highest point of the route is the passage at Thorung La, which is located more than 5,400 meters away, which is why this is the best to support trekking and Sherpa trekking, helping with navigation, cooking and carrying a backpack. the way. This also makes it easier to explore and enjoy the surrounding environment, as it takes about two to three weeks.

Snowman trek, Bhutan
For nearly a month, this is definitely not a discouraging route and requires a good fitness level, but it also reveals the most amazing scenery and locations in the area, including the superb Tiger’s Nest Monastery perched on the cliffs. on. Hiking to explore the remote Lunana region and exploring the charming alpine forests, small villages along the route stop regularly, while the altitude of the hike gradually rises to the alpine region, you will often traverse more than 5000 meters of mountain pass. Like several hikes in the Himalayas, this route can only be completed in September and October because of conditions, especially snowfall, this part of Bhutan will be cut off for most of the year, and avalanches and Conditions make it unsuitable for hiking at other times of the year.

Hike to K2 base camp, Pakistan
This region of the Himalayas attracts fewer tourists than the rest of the region because it is located on the border between India and Pakistan’s unfriendly neighboring countries. However, those who join the base camp under the second highest mountain in the world will find that the majesty of the mountain is as impressive here as other places, and it is a great adventure in the fifteen days or so on the road, Concordia The area is a wonderful bowl surrounded by high mountains. It takes two days to start hiking along the legendary Karakoram Highway, which adds another interesting option to this route.

Kailash Pilgrimage, Tibet Autonomous Region, China
Kailash Mountain is one of the most sacred areas in the Buddhist world. For those looking for a shorter trekking experience in the Himalayas, the 30-mile journey in remote areas of the region can be completed in about three days. Many people can reach the mountains from their homes in India, but the way to Kathmandu or Lhasa usually requires a bus to complete, but helicopter travel is also possible, but the price is higher. The scenery here is very good, there is no need to climb too much, although the route is completely above 4000 meters, so altitude sickness cannot be completely ignored.

Manaslu Circuit, Nepal
Nepal is a quiet choice. If you are looking for a mountain experience, this route will travel around the eighth highest mountain in the world-Manaslu, while enjoying some spectacular snow-capped mountain views. This route may take three to four weeks, and it also includes dramatic changes in the environment about 1,000 meters from tropical valleys, which gradually pass through canyons and superb valleys to the Larkya La Pass, which is over 5,000 meters. This route has joined the Annapurna Circuit in the past few days and you will see a significant increase in foot traffic.
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Wow, man. Thanks for sharing such useful information. Btw, do you have anything about traveling to Europe? I’m eager to visit the Baltic countries. TIA
Hi, folks. cyt9488, I’m grateful for the provided information. Thanks a lot. As for traveling to the Baltic countries, I’ve just returned from my trip to Tallinn. It’s an amazing city. I love its simplicity and calmness. That’s what I really need in my 40s. So, actually, this city is my favorite among Baltic capitals, so I’d highly recommend you visit it. As for the rest of Europe, I like Trump. It’s a Spanish city. It’s the calmest place in Spain, I guess. So, I highly recommend you plan your trip in advance. That would save you a lot of time, believe me.
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