Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak

Our Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak climbing trip is an ultimate Himalayan climbing adventure. Our goal to the reach Annapurna base and climb Tent peak at 5,850m/ 19,192 ft. We boast 100% success rate to date on our Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak trips. We have run 4 climbs to this stunning peak. We achieve this by adding extra days in the critical acclimatization period and helping clients come physically prepared.  We include continuous training support and advice along with our 45 page booklet on the trek and climb. Contact us today and find out more about our Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak trips.

We have a great team of trusted staff who deliver every time. Ian has trekked to Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak many times.  Making the journey through the Annapurna region is not only a visually stunning region, you will discover amazing cultural diversity, adventure and enjoyed the relaxed town of Pokhara.  Trekking in the Annapurna region is rated one of the best mountain regions in the world to experience. The climb of tent peak will challenge you and give you the Himalayan climbing adventure you are looking for.

The summit ridge on Tent peak 5,696m The summit of Tent Peak 5,696m
Amazing mountain views on route to Tent Peak The summit of Tent peak 5,696m

A little bit more about the trek

The quickest route into the region is by air, leaving from Kathmandu on a twenty-five minute flight into the city of Pokhara. People have been visiting the Annapurna region since the 1960’s and this picturesque mountains region has grown extensively over the past 50 years. The Annapurna base camp trek has  wide range of animal and bird species as well as world famous mountains that people come from all around the world to see. You will receive a warm welcoming into the villages as you move up the valley towards Annapurna base camp. Recent statistics and research show that an extra day acclimatization will give you the best chance at making a safe journey into low oxygen environment and reaching your goal of reaching Annapurna Base Camp.

Our Annapurna base camp trek is by no means an easy task.  With our expertise and experience and unique itinerary, we will provide you with all the necessary information you need to make your trip a success. You need to be training hard and getting prepared to make it a successful and enjoyable adventure. We are available to help you get prepared both physically and mentally, helping you receive the best training advice. and have all the necessary gear and equipment that will make your trip to Annapurna Base Camp trek a pleasurable and successful adventure.  So get in touch today.

Tent peak 5,695m Tent peak 5,695m Tharpu-chuli 5,663m Tharpu chuli peak 5,663m
Tharpu chuli 5,663m Tent peak 5,695m way to tent peak (Annapurna base camp) Amazing mountain views on route to Tent Peak
On the third day you will start the journey into the Annapurna region and be away from all the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu and the trekking begins. You will be sampling the wonderful hospitality as we move from village to village on route to Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak. You should also plan on some extra time in Pokhara.  Price start from $3,900.

 What people said

“I trekked to Everest Base Camp with Ian Taylor in 2012, I met some amazing people and just had to return to Nepal. The scenery was outstanding. I just loved Pokhara and will return here again. The experience was once again a great one, the lodges, food, hotel, staff were all amazing and really can not recommend Ian and team enough.”
Joan Lindsey, Annapurna Base Camp Trek 2014
 
“I loved every minute of my trek to Annapurna Base Camp, this experience will last a lifetime. The Ian Taylor Trekking team are truly outstanding from start to finish. The lodges, food, hotels, staff and service were all perfect. Thank you. Owen Sanders, Annapurna Base Camp Trek 2013
 
“I have always wanted to visit Pokhara and Annapurna Base Camp Trek, I found Ian on google and found the information, experience and advice second to none. Ian himself was available on numerous occasion and helped me gather all the information I needed. The training advice worked perfectly and helped me enjoy the trek a whole lot more. The service on the ground was nothing short of quality from start to finish. A great team, trip and can not wait to trek with you again in Nepal. Hopefully Everest base camp in 2016.” Steven Jones, Annapurna Base Camp Trek 2014
“I have been on numerous treks and climbs over many years.  Ian Taylor Trekking was by far the best. The service, support, information, team and set up were all excellent.  I was really impressed with every aspect of the organization. I really enjoyed the scenery and Pokhara is my new favorite place in the world.” Maggie Ryan, Annapurna Base Camp Trek 2016
Day 1

Fly to Kathmandu,  Some people may choose to fly in a day early to have an extra day in Kathmandu enjoying this fast paced city and help after the earthquake. You should aim to arrive on the afternoon. There are plenty of sights to visit and explore and you can pick up any last minute items on the streets of the Thamel district. You can also pick up any last minute items. Two nights accommodation in Kathmandu is included in the cost of the trip. One night before and one night afterwards.

Day 2

Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (Around 7/8 hours) After having breakfast in the morning today, we drive to Pokhara. It takes around 7 hours to reach Pokhara from Kathmandu by bus. There is also the option of a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara which takes about 25 minutes. You can cruise around and explore Pokhara city 850m/ 2,788ft. and Lakeside. We stay overnight at a hotel in Pokhara.

Day 3

Drive from Pokhara to Nayapul and trek to Tikhedhunga 1,577m/ 5,173ft. – 3 Hours Today. We are going to begin our actual trek from Nayapul. So, we take a short drive to Nayapul from Pokhara which takes about an hour. From Nayapul, we take a short walk along the banks of Modi Khola, which brings us to Birethanti 1015m/ 3,330ft. From there, our trail continues through the village and climbs continuously up to Hille 1495m/ 4,904ft. We eventually reach Tikhedhunga 1,577m/ 5,173ft. where we stay overnight at a lodge.

Day 4

Trek from Tikhedhunga to Ghorepani 2840m/ 9,317ft. – 5 Hours. Today we leave Tikhedhunga, continue the steep climb to Ulleri 2,070m/ 6,791ft. Ulleri is a large Magar village. Our trail ascends more gently from this point through fine forests of oak and rhododendrons towards Banthanti 2,250m/ 7,381ft. After walking for a couple of hours, we arrive at Ghorepani 2,840m/ 9,350ft. where we stay overnight.

Day 5

Hike up to Poon Hill 3,210m/ 10,531ft. and trek to Tadapani 2,610m/ 8,562ft. – 4 Hours. You will be up early in the morning.  We start an hour’s hike to Poon Hill 3,210m/ 10,531ft. which is one of the best viewpoints in the Annapurna Region. Poon Hill offers the best opportunity to witness the phenomenal panorama of the beautiful peaks including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. You can enjoy amazing views of sunrise over stunning snow capped mountains. Poon Hill also offers the best views of sunset too. After spending about an hour at Poon Hill, we return back to Ghorepani. After breakfast in Ghorepani we continue climbing along the ridges through the forest of pines and rhododendron. The climb brings us to Deurali 2,960m/ 9,711ft. we then descend to Tadapani 2610m/ 8,562ft.

Day 6

Trek from Tadapani to Chhomrung 2140m/ 7,020ft. – 5 Hours We start our steep downhill walk today through the forests of rhododendrons. Leaving Tadapani and descending through the forests, we reach the Gurung village of Gurjung as the trail eases. After Gurjung, we eventually walk to Chhomrung which at the elevation of 2,140m/7,020ft.  We stay overnight at a lodge.

Day 7

Trek from Chhomrung to Dovan 2,500m/ 8,202ft. – 5½ Hours The trail drops down to the Chhomrung Khola today and again we climb to Khuldighar .We leave the forest and then continue steeply downhill  to the village of  Dovan. We stay overnight at a lodge

Day 8

Trek from Dovan to Deurali 3,230m/ 10,597 ft. – 4 Hours This is short day today. We start by climbing through bamboo forest and then through the forest of rhododendron on to Hinku Cave. We stay overnight at a lodge in Deurali.

Day 9

Trek from Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp 4,131m/ 13,553ft. – 5 Hours  We leave Deurali and walk to Machhapuchhre Base Camp also known as Annapurna Sanctuary as the area is surrounded by mountains, we trek for a further two hours to reach Annaupurna Base Camp at the elevation of 4,131m/ 13,553ft. From Annapurna Base Camp, from here the views of the mountain are stunning. We stay overnight at a lodge.

Day 10

Trek to Tent peak Base Camp 4,400/ 14,435 ft. This trek will take 5 hours, through stunning mountain views. We will camp overnight and start getting used to camping under the stars in this amazing mountain scenery.

Day 11

We will be up early in the morning, making our way to high camp at approximately 5,000m/ 16,404ft.  We will camp again overnight and get that little bit closer to the summit.

Day 12

We will be up early for our Summit attempt 5,850m/ 19,192 ft. and return to Base Camp. This is hard and steep climb along the chest of a ridge. The scenery is out of this world and you will see some amazing mountain views. The climb to the summit will take about 7 hours and then another 7 hours to return back to base camp for another night in tents before making our way out of the mountains.

Day 13

Trek from base camp to Deurali 3,230m/ 10,597 ft. –  6 hours This is another beautiful day of trekking. After a few hours of trekking we will move into the bamboo forest and then through the forest of rhododendron on to Hinku Cave. We stay overnight at a lodge in Deurali.

Day 14

Trek to Chommrong 2140m/ 7,020ft. 6 hours Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 15

Trek to Ghandruk 1,950m/ 6,397ft.  5 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 16

Trek to Nayapul 1,010m/ 3,444ft.  5 hours trekking and then drive to Pokhara. Overnight at the Landmark hotel.

Day 17

Today we will enjoy a Pokhara City tour and you can also go paragliding, zip-lining and boating the lake. We will overnight again in the Landmark hotel.

Day 18

We will be up early for the drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu (Around 7/8 hours) After having breakfast in the morning today, we drive back to Kathmandu. It takes around 7 hours to reach Kathmandu by bus. There is also the option of a flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara which takes about 25 minutes. You can cruise around and explore more of what Kathmandu has to offer. We stay overnight at a hotel in the Thamel district.

Day 19

You can relax for today, pick up any gift, stroll the streets of Thamel, go to the Kathmandu spa and you will be transferred to international airport for your final departure today.

Ready to go?

Does this information excite you to take the next step towards achieving your goals of Annapurna Base Camp & Tent Peak. If so, get in touch today.  We pride ourselves on making sure that our clients have every opportunity to succeed in the mountains, including professional training advice, gear lists and video links on how to pack your bag, and much more.  We are always available to answer any questions you may have by email, phone or skype, so contact us today!