The trip begins in Kathmandu after you make final preparations for the trek. Then, your drive to Pokhara and follow with another shorter one to Nayapul. From here, you begin the trek and begin to ascend. Firstly, you walk to Ulleri and continue to Banthanti. The trail will take you to Ghorepani, which is a Gurung and Magar village. Then, you hike to the top of the Poonhill vantage point to enjoy the scenery of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. After enjoying the views, you begin to trek northeast to Tadapani. Further, the trail crosses Chhomrong and follows the Modi River.
The trek heads to Sinuwa and stretches across the Annapurna Sanctuary to Himalaya. Then, the trails go past the Hinku Cave and reach Deurali. You trek north to reach the Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Here, you can relish the view of Mt. Fish Tail (6993m) and begin the trek to the Annapurna Base Camp. The base camp offers a sublime display of the mountains in the Annapurna range, including Mt. Annapurna (8091m). After exploring the base camp, you retrace your steps back to Chhomrong. Then, you take a different route to Jhinu Danda, where you can soak in the natural hot springs. After resting at the hot springs of Jhinu, the trek reaches its final destination at Siwai. From here, you drive to Pokhara to conclude the trip.
Yoga and trekking are two independent and beautiful adventures that give us wonderful experiences. Although they may seem to differ in nature, they complement the essence of each other eventually. The peace of mind, lightness of heart and strength of the physical body are the primary goal of these adventures in essence.
A grand trek across the Annapurna foothills, Annapurna Base Camp Yoga Trekking, explores the popular trip in Nepal. The trek offers a great display of the Annapurna Himalayas along with the warmth of unique Gurung culture. Also, the trek spans across the beautiful Annapurna Conservation Area. Thus, trekkers can enjoy the diversity of flora and fauna while admiring the natural beauty on the trip. Likewise, the Poon Hill viewpoint is another attraction on the trek with a panorama of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.
Practicing Yoga Can Benefit Trekkers
In a gym session, the instructor has always said stretching before any physical activity is important, so the same can be assumed for trekking. Having a regular practice of stretching and strengthening the body would have to be beneficial. More than just stretching, yoga offers a wide spectrum of benefits for one’s overall holistic upliftment on a long term basis.
● Yoga helps reduce both the risk of being sore after trekking and the risk of injury during trekking.
● It helps build strength and stamina for longer trekking, more intense trails with ease.
● Yoga helps with your balance, and balance is great for trekking! ● Finding a deep connection with nature and things inbound.
● Helping to pace and preserve energy for a longer period of time through breathing technique.
● Yoga helps you become more aware of self and letting one know to take a break so ensuring not to push one too hard.
● Yoga helps to cope better with tighter air and higher altitude training that mountains demand.
● Yoga increases the awareness of the beautiful natural environment around you.
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