The Thorong peak, an exceptionally amazing and beautiful pinnacle, which also happens to be one of the easiest and safest peak to climb in the Annapurna Region. The Thorong peak is a favorite amongst those who seek adventurous thrills. In order to carry out this expedition in a pleasurable and successful manner, more than 35 minor trekking peaks are open for Alpine climbing under the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). The climbing of these peaks is strictly monitored formulated by the NMA and in some instances by the Government of Nepal. In order to avenge these beautiful but challenging peaks, one should get a permit, hire an experienced climbing guide and should go through the registered trekking companies of Nepal.
If you are mentally and physically prepared to undertake this strenuous yet glorious trek, previous experience is not necessary to climb the Thorong peak. Thorong peak is the shortest trek possible to undertake a 6000m Peak in the majestic Annapurna region. There are no detailed maps obtainable about this area of Nepal. The highest point that you will be at during this trek is Thorong La Pass which is at 5416m. A trek for people who adore the existence and presence of glorious flora and fauna, this trek graces you with the panoramic views of the ever so stunning Annapurna Himalayan range and Tibetan range. Accustomed to the stunning mountain landscape is the delightful and welcoming settlement of the local Gurungs with their basic yet extremely cozy slate-roofed houses. Discover the incredible rhododendron forests in full bloom and jumper forests guaranteed to paint smiles across your faces. There are no detailed maps obtainable about this area of Nepal.
An easy climb for the Mountaineers in terms of altitude and the mild snow level. As you avenge the summit of this peak, you will be bestowed with splendid views of the Nilgiri peak, Tilicho peak, Dhaulagiri range, Annapurna range as well as the beautiful landscapes of the Mustang region with the deepest gorge in the world, the Kaligandaki valley.