Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking - 14 Days

Good to Know
  • Duration 14 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Starts/Ends Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Group Size 1-10
  • Max. Altitude 5416 M.
  • Best Season March, April, May and September, October, November,


  • Enjoy a chilling drive away from Kathmandu to Pokhara and vice versa.
  • Take a scenic stroll around the city of lakes in Pokhara.
  • Bike the classic Himalayan trekking trail of the Annapurna region.
  • Visit the ancient temples, traditional villages, and dense forests of the Annapurna Conservation Area.
  • Adrenaline-pumping high-altitude biking through the mythical pass of Thorong La with dynasty mountain views.
  • Enter the otherworldly, diverse Himalayan landscapes.
  • Get blessed in the Muktinath temple.
  • Steal an interesting glance at magnificent Annapurna glacier lakes, waterfalls, abundant Himalayan wildlife, etc.

Nepal is well known for its pleasant scenic ride in the tropical plains of the Terai to the daring beast mode biking in the mountain terrains with the incredible Himalayas preached in the sky. The country boasts a rapidly increasing niche for biking, which is one of the finest ways to sense the true beauty of nature, encompassed by almighty mountains and hills, varying geography, as well as the diverse culture and traditions of indigenous communities.

Mountain biking in any corner of Nepal is adventurous through the beautiful landscapes, tremendous green terrain, trails, and tracks in the serene remote valleys far away in solitude from the hustling and bustling urban cities. One such ride you must not miss is on the Annapurna Circuit along the river towns from one to another, enjoying the awe-inspiring views, untarnished authentic lifestyles of the locals, and never-ending mountain vistas.

The journey begins from Besishar and makes its way towards the alpine areas just in a week, which consists of sharp ascends and descends in single tracks and jeep tracks, the highest Thorong La Pass at 5,415 m above sea level, and panoramic views of Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,156m), Nilgiri (7,061m), Machhapuchhre (6,993m), Hiunchuli (6,443m), Lamjung Himal (6,983m), Tukuche peak (6,920m), Tilicho peak (7,134m), and many others.

What to expect at Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking?

Though the Annapurna Circuit is widely popular as one of the best trekking paths in Nepal, offering amazing vistas of the Himalayas and a diverse landscape ranging from lush subtropical forest to parched high-altitude terrain with alpine meadows, it is arguably also the best mountain biking destination in the Nepalese Himalayas.

The biking through the Annapurna circuit, which is both physically demanding and equally rewarding, can also be called a cultural odyssey as the overall journey passes by several traditional villages, giving you incredible insights into local culture. At the same time, some steep ascent and descent Himalayan routes test your stamina and ability. If you are hopeful to go mountain biking around the Annapurna Circuit in 2024 and 2025, it will be an awesome experience due to:

Striking Mountain Scenery

Mountain riding on the Annapurna Circuit offers an impressive experience amidst some of the world’s most awe-inspiring alpine scenery, dominated by snow-clad mountain vistas of some of the ionic and planet’s top peaks such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhare (Fishtail), and many others.

Throughout the biking journey to the Annapurna Circuit, you can always look forward to seeing the greatest fusion of nature and culture at the foothills of the tenth-highest mountain in the world, Mt. Annapurna (8,091 m), as you move along the traditional villages of the Annapurna region along the banks of roaring rivers.

Furthermore, on the way to the Annapurna Circuit on your mountain bike, you will get to relish the magnificent views of Himalayan waterfalls, gorges, and alpine lakes, which, during the time of sunset and sunrise, create a worldly ambiance that is a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.

Therefore, the Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking is an incredible Himalayan tour that mountain bikers and outdoor aspirants alike can cherish forever, making it a bucket list at least once must-do adventure in the Nepalese Himalayas, where nature blends glorifying to the physical challenge, initiating the greatest pleasure of achievement once completed.

Rich cultural encounters in remote Himalayan villages of the Annapurna region

Along the biking route to the Annapurna Circuit, you will pass through several traditional Nepali villages featuring houses intricately carved in wood, stone pathways, and vibrant prayer flags reflecting centuries-old traditions and craftsmanship, such as Chame, Manang, and Marpha.

Throughout the year, these Himalayan villages in the Annapurna region that you will come across during the 12 days of Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking celebrate numerous festivals and religious ceremonies and bear a distinctive language, cultural costumes, and way of life that you can also be part of.

The residents of these villages in the Annapurna Circuit are extremely hospitable and friendly people who love to smile and treat visitors with the traditional Himalayan cuisines which are finger-licking beside the cups of tea that have a Himalayan touch while they happily share the region's engrossing history, customs, and traditions on deeply engaging yourself to interact with them.

The hidden gem of the Annapurna region, Manang

Nestled amidst the top-notch Himalayan ranges of the Annapurna region, at an elevation of 3,540 m/11,614 ft above sea level, is the village of Manang, often referred to as the crown jewel of the Annapurna Circuit, as it presents snow-capped peaks set like the gems of a crown.

Serving as a vital acclimatization stop for trekkers and mountain bikers before making their way to the strenuous Thorong La Pass and beyond, Manang is a cultural paradise as well, featuring the distinctive Thakali people and their lifestyle, which, despite its remoteness, boasts a wide array of modern amenities catering to the needs of trekkers, travelers, and mountain bikers, including several guest houses, restaurants, and teahouses selling all sort of trekking and biking gear and supplies.

Furthermore, for a surreal voyage to the Tilicho Lake with Thorong La Pass, Manang functions as a great gateway to witness the pristine beauty of the turquoise lake, taking you nose to nose to the surrounding peaks, including Annapurna I, II, III, and Gangapurna, alongside the dramatic landscape of deep valleys and cascading waterfalls, a treasure for all the nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

On the other hand, as the village of Manang lies in closer proximity to the cave of Milarepa, the village of Braga, the gompa of Bonjo, and Gangapurna Lake, it truly is the cultural haven where you will get to hear the grueling of the Maryangdi River throughout the journey.

Thorong La Pass and acute mountain sickness

The maximum altitude gain of the Annapurna Circuit is the Thorong La Pass at an elevation of 5,416 m, where the air tends to get thinner than usual, resulting in a decreased level of oxygen, presenting a significant challenge for both trekkers and mountain riders.

On a gradual acclimatization, crossing one of the high mountain passes of Nepal, Thorong La, should not be arduous, which also includes spending at least two days at the village of Manang before attempting to cross the pass. Along with physical preparedness and being well aware of altitude-related illnesses that might occur on this challenging terrain, this pays you well for your determination.

Therefore, making it through the Thorong La Pass, which is also an ancient trade route between Tibet and Nepal’s lowlands, connecting the secluded holy temple of Muktinath to the village of Manang during the 14 days of Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking, is going to be a sublime feat as you move forth by physically demanding steep accents above 5,000 m, followed by exhilarating descents on your mountain bike.

A visit to one of the holiest pilgrimage of Nepal, Muktinath

Your 14-day mountain biking tour to the Annapurna Circuit passes by the most sacred temple of the Annapurna region, the shrine of the Lord of Liberation, who sets you free from all the Karmic relations of human life as one of the holy manifestations of Lord Vishnu in Hinduism called Muktinath along with idols of the goddesses Laxmi, Janaki, Saraswati, Garuda, and others.

Biking through this part of the Annapurna Himalayas of Nepal adds to the profound spiritual experience, providing a hand for you to connect with Nepal’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty simultaneously, whether you are a devout pilgrim, a curious trekker, or an adventure-seeking journey to capture and live the rest of your life to take pride in.

Located at 3,710m above sea level, the temple complex of Muktinath features 108 stone water spouts, eternal flames, and several religious lakes called Kunda nearby, which are significant for both the major religions of the nation, Hinduism and Buddhism, highlighting the harmonious coexistence of Hinduism and Buddhism.

Similarly, the landscapes as seen from Muktinath are breathtaking in stark contrast to the beauty of the hidden kingdom of Nepal called the Mustang region, which draws the attention of every mountain lover with snow-capped summits, barren hills, and scenic river valleys, giving birth to a dramatic backdrop for the pilgrimage sites to appreciate during the 14 days of mountain biking to the Annapurna Circuit.

Therefore, many prefer visiting Muktinath even as the sole destination of their overall journey to the Annapurna region, promising an unforgettable adventure of discovery and enlightenment in the heart of the Himalayas.

Taste the organic apple delicacy of Marpha village

The adventurous mountain bike ride to the Anapurna Circuit passes by the valley of apple orchids called Marpha which is reputed for its traditional multi-story ancient stone houses and freshly baked apple pie, along with apple brandy.

Located at the center of the Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri Himalayas, the valley of Marpha cultivates delicious apples dotted in between the gorgeous tranquil Thakali settlement characterized by stone pavements and mostly whitewashed buildings.

Hence, it will be culturally enlightening while you get to taste the Himalayas with an apple pie and cider best for brunch while you venture around the village of Marpha during the Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking.

Take a rejuvenating bath at the natural hot spring of Tatopani

The Tatopani, located at an elevation of 1,190 m (3,904 ft) in the Annapurna region of the Nepalese Himalayas, is a natural hot spring believed to have therapeutic properties rich in minerals.

This 14-day mountain biking journey to the Annapurna Circuit gives you the ultimate opportunity to take a soothing bath to let your muscles loosen after an exhausting up-and-downhill mountain bike ride in the Himalayan region in Tatopani to relax and admire mother nature at its finest.

Some of the bikers, along with the trekkers, might feel the change in skin condition after soaking themselves in this hot spring of Tatopani, while for the locals, it remains one of the spiritual hubs of the Annapurna region, which is believed to purify the soul of humans.

14 days itinerary to go for Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking

The mountain biking trip to the Annapurna Circuit begins with an adventurous drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar, from where you will begin pedaling, which is not going to be as easy as it seems, as in between you will come across steep ascents and descents that call for a small break to take a rest and enjoy the surrounding magical views until you arrive at Tal.

From Tal onwards, you will begin noticing the simple yet fulfilling lives of locals making their way to Chame. From Chame, you will head for the crown jewel of the Annapurna region on the route to the Annapurna Circuit, Manang, on the following day.

On arriving at Manang, you will get to enjoy the much-needed acclimatization day as allocated by Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks to let your body adapt properly before ascending to the higher-altitude Thorong La Pass and Muktinath temple, which could pose a severe acute mountain sickness if directly hitting off this high-altitude trekking trail.

The fitter you are for this mountain biking tour, the merrier it gets, while you must maintain your pace once you leave Manang behind and start biking closer and closer to the high mountain pass of the Annapurna region, Thorong La Pass, which takes a rest for the night at the bottom of the pass named Thorong Phedi.

Then, the dreamland of every adventure is here when you will pedal to cross the Thorong La Pass to call it a day at the holy sanctum of Muktinath to collect blessings for upcoming exploration around the Annapurna Circuit.

After an overnight on the encompassment of the scared shrine of Muktinath, the descending biking begins, which makes its way to Pokhara, passing by the apple valley of Marpha and Tatopani, which should be a pleasing experience as you enjoy the organic apple products and bathe at the natural hot spring of Tatopani.

Finally, the adrenaline-rushing Annapurna Circuit Mountain biking itinerary comes to an end with a scenic drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. However, if you are seeking another extraordinary biking adventure, you can link this trip to the Upper Mustang Mountain Biking Tour.

This 14-day itinerary to go for Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking is cutthroat, and if you are looking forward to a short yet equally stunning biking trail in the Annapurna region, you may like:

Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking Cost

With Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks, you can take yourself on a thrilling Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking trip at a group discounted price, which is:

  • USD 2,075 for 1 person
  • USD 1,875 for 2-3 pax
  • USD 1,825 for 2-3 pax
  • USD 1,775 for 7–10 pax

Please note that the cost of treating yourself to an incredible bike ride on the Annapurna Circuit can vary based on the level of service chosen, the specific route of your preference, and the duration of your trip, along with the cost of guides included. Contact us for a tailored-made Annapurna Circuit Mountain Bike Tour and budget plan.

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Your arrival in Kathmandu is marked upon landing at the only international airport in Nepal, the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), where you will see one of our representatives with your name on the placard.

He will pick you up in a private vehicle and drop you off at our hotel to take a rest.

You will have a refreshment in the evening with the trip members while attending a briefing session led by our guide.

Any sort of doubt or question about the upcoming biking expedition has to be clarified by this time.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

You can call it preparation day when you will take a warm-up ride exploring some of the most preferable tracks in the valley to check the condition of your bikes and gear.

To this day, you will cover the distance of approximately 45 km at a pace in 4-5 hours on the bike on a few rural sides of the valley on single tracks, watching temples around it, and returning to the hotel.

In the evening, you will meet our guide to finalize packing for the trip and do some last-minute equipment shopping.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

On the third day, you will take a bus and drive to Besisahar or Bhulbhule from Kathmandu, enjoying the lifestyle found in rural communities surrounded by rivers and pastureland.

Besisahar is a Sahar, which supplies the daily requirements for the villagers near it. You can find an average type of climate in Besisahar.

Overnight stay at a guesthouse!

  • AccommodationGuest House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude817 m

Now, you will leave the ridge and descend to the river towards Syange, a village along the bank of the river with a gorgeous waterfall.

Crossing the suspension bridge on the way, you will climb uphill for an hour and a half until Jagat, from where there is a hot spring near the Mashyandi river in 15 minutes with a temple for the goddess.

The beautiful scenes viewed from Jagat are Chipla and Jhitai villages, with magnificent high and steep slopes and well-engineered terraced hillsides.

Overnight in the Lodge!

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,700 m

On the fifth day of biking, you will move into Chame (2,670 m), surrounded basically by lush forests with massive mountains in the background.

You will travel along thick woods, complementing the waterfalls, to the destination of the day.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,670 m

The trail today is uphill yet rideable as it widens on a jeep track while the woodland gives way to an arid, mountainous region.

You will get to enjoy these great views of the Himalayas as you ride steadily to allow your body to acclimatize to the increasing altitude.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,351 m

It is an essential rest day to acclimatize to the high Himalayan environment and recharge yourself for further trekking by visiting a monastery or taking a side trip to Gangapurna Lake.

You have the option to go and see the Himalayan Rescue Association Clinic as well.

In the evening, you will explore the area and stay overnight at the guest house.

  • AccommodationLocal Guest House
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,351 m

Today is a gentle climb from Manang to Throng Phedi via Yak Kharka, where you will take time to admire the mountain views.

Most of the trail is rideable, leaving a couple of sections where you can carry your bikes.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude4,450 m

You’ll start to trek very early in the morning, around 5:00 am, as you will have to make the long haul carrying and pushing the bike up more than 1,300 meters to Throng La, the largest navigable mountain pass in the world. 

It is the challenging part of the ride that defines the true spirit and passion of the mountain bikers while battling the altitude and shivering climate that is not only gasping but also awe, which proffers excellent rewards with magical sights of snow-capped mountains from Throng La and superb technical downhill on the other side.

It will have you grinning from ear to ear or, if a bit nervous, perhaps browning your trousers with 50 percent ride and 50 percent carrying off the bike at the time.

  • AccommodationLocal tea house
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude4,450 m

The 10th day continues throughout the Kali Gandaki Valley to Tatopani (a natural hot spring), which starts out with gentle and flat movement along the pine forests and small villages.

You will follow the river, taking in all the gratifying vistas of snowy peaks.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude3,802 m

The trail is mostly downhill yet again this day, which starts comfortably and flat through the pine forest and some tiny villages with admirable snow-capped peaks to grasp in the heart while moving along the river.

  • AccommodationLocal Lodge
  • MealsBreakfast-LUnch-Dinner
  • Max. Altitude2,670 m

The ride begins after breakfast, following the river bed on a jeep track to Beni Bazaar, where the riding trail meets the road to Pokhara.

The company vehicle will be there waiting for you to take us back to Pokhara.

  • AccommodationThree-Star-Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Max. Altitude1,190 m/3,904 ft

From the tourist paradise of Pokhara, you will set out for Kathmandu, which is a 6-7 hour ride via the Prithiv highway.

On the way, the scenery from the window captivates you, which can be captured from the bus stop during the lunch break.

In the evening, the company organizes a farewell dinner in a Nepali cultural dance restaurant to celebrate and bid goodbye.

Overnight stay in the hotel!

  • Accommodation3 star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Farewell Dinner
  • Max. Altitude1,400m

On your departure day, we will drop you off at the terminal gate of Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) 3 hours before the flight departure time.

Thank you for trekking with us, and we hope you enjoy your trek with Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks.

  • MealsBreakfast

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Route Map
Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking - 14 Days Map
What's Included
  • 9 nights and 10 days of food ( Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)  and accommodation during trek (local lodge)
  • .Airport Pickup and Drop by private vehicle
  • kathmandu to besishahar  by private vehicle
  • Beni to pokhara by private vehicle
  • Pokhara to kathmandu by tourist Bus 
  • Qualified mountain bike guide, porters( porter carry maximum 20 k.g and one porter between two person)
  • Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) fees
  • Annapurna Conservation permit (ACAP)
  • Three nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu at bed and breakfast, one night accommodation in Pokhara at bed and breakfast
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Equipment & clothing for porter & staffs
  • Equipment (sleeping bag, first aid kit, oximeter etc.)
  • Insurance for all staff & porters.
  • Trekking achievement certificate
  • Adventure Himalayan T-shirt
  • Nepal visa - Multiple Entry 30 days - USD 50  (Details in Visa Page)
  • International flight & all domestic departure tax
  • Mountain Bike. You can hire a full-suspension mountain bike for 50-65 USD per bike per day
  • Insurance for clients (i.e. helicopter evacuation, etc.)
  • Lunch & dinner during hotel stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Hot Shower and electronic charging fees at guest houses during the trek
  • Alcoholic drinks, candies, etc.
  • Extra accommodation and meals outside of itinerary
  • Personal gears & clothing (available on hire)
  • Tips, any expenses incurred in emergency evacuation/road block due to any reason, table drinks, snacks while walking.
Dates and Prices
Date PriceAvailability 
Start DateStarts: MondayApr 29, 2024End DateEnds: SundayMay 12, 2024PricePriceUS$1875StatusStatusAvailable
Useful Info

Who can go for Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking?

As a moderately challenging biking adventure to the Annapurna Circuit, any individual with a good level of physical fitness and biking experience with a spirit of adventure is suitable for this enchanting journey.

Therefore, to grab this opportunity to offer an astonishing exploration and discovery of the pristine Himalayas, biking participants need to be physically and mentally well-prepared and culturally sensitive.

With the right mindset, gearing, preparation, and travel companions such as Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks, the Annapurna Circuit Mountain biking expedition provides cyclists with the memory of a lifetime that you would not be able to help but always boast about.

Food, accommodation, and water on the route to the Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking

While biking the Annapurna Circuit, you will be in an adequate availability of food, accommodation, and water along the route. Although you will be spending most of the nights at the teahouse, or local guest houses with small eateries convenient enough to rest.

Usually, the biking group in earlier days to the Annapurna Circuit used to spend nights at camps and cook for themselves, but now the scenarios have changed and the trail you will be biking towards the Annapurna region features numerous tea houses opened by locals that also serve traditional Nepali, Tibetan, and some international buffets as well.

In these tea houses, you can refill your water bottle, some of which might cost you additional for boiled, lukewarm water that we recommend rather than buying plastic bottled water, as we are strictly guided by ecotourism.

When is the best time to do Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking?

Unquestionably, the months of spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times for pedal alpine cycling. Annapurna Circuit offers the best trail conditions and generally favorable weather that might not observe fluctuation, making it perfect for outdoor mountain activities like mountain biking.

Moreover, by being properly geared and well equipped, the summer and winter seasons are extra sensational and spicy for Annapurna Circuit Mountain Biking, offering you exceptionally beautiful scenery and diverse landscapes regardless of the season you are biking.

Do you need permits for mountain biking to the Annapurna Circuit?

Yes, you do need two main permits to commit yourself to any sort of adventurous activity in the Annapurna region that comes under the Annapurna Conservation Area, whether trekking, camping, or mountain biking, called the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and the TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card.

These permits are issued by the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), which, Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks along with any other trekking, traveling, and adventure operators in Nepal, can arrange for you to choose the Annapurna Circuit mountain biking package so that you get to enjoy your holiday biking to the fullest without having to hassle about anything at all.

What to pack for backpacking to the Annapurna Circuit?

Packing plays a significant role when you are traveling in the Himalayas of Nepal, regardless of whether you are trekking, camping, or moving on a mountain bike, where the weather can fluctuate in minutes. A few sessions can have steep ascents and descents on rugged terrain, so it is essential to keep your load as light and compact as possible.

Here’s a comprehensive guide on what to pack so you can keep your bikepacking light without stuffing during mountain biking on the Annapurna Circuit:

  • Bikepacking bags with frame bags, handlebar rollers, seat packs, or any other special bikepacking bags to carry your gear.
  • Mountain bike repair kit, including multi-tool, bike lock, spare inner tubes, tire levers, pump or inflator, patch kit, chain tool, and others.
  • GPS device or maps for navigation.
  • Moisture-wicking jerseys and shorts.
  • Light, breathable, and wind-shielding cycling jacket.
  • Arm and leg warmers, a pair of gloves, cycling shoes, or sturdy footwear for varying temperatures.
  • Helmet, sunglasses, and sunscreen cream for protection from UV rays.
  • Insulating layers such as fleece or down jackets, quickly drying, moisture-soaking base layers.
  • Waterproof rain jacket and pants, along with long- sleeves and long pants for sun protection and insect bites.
  • Bandana, and a couple of pairs of spare socks and underwear, etc.
Client Reviews
  • Mountain Biking Annapurna Circuit - 14 Days


    Our communication with Rana at Adventure Himalayan Travels & treks was good, the reply was always quick and he replied to all our questions and inquiries. We also met shortly our first night in Kathmandu for greetings and introduction to our guide Harka. Harka is a great guy with lots of humour and an excellent guide. He made sure that we had everything we needed on the trek at all times. Whether it was keeping track on bookings, go in advance to order lunch or helping out with the bikes so they always was in good condition. You name it and Harka fix. We felt real lucky with such an experienced and pro guide. Absolutely worth a little xtra pay. The route and scenery was awesome both up and down, and on the way down from Thurong pass towards Pokhara we went trough some awesome downhill and real fun singel trails. The ride in general was at times quite hard and bumpy and also quite technical, so a little experience in advance is nice, but not a necessity you just need to go real slow at times. All in all great experience, totally recommend and much more fun to bike than hike.

    Pål Tufte Sogn'sNorway,Apr 17, 2023
  • Mountain Biking Annapurna Circuit - 14 Days


    Dear Rana, With “Adventure Himalayan Travels & Treks” I have had one of my most beautiful travel experiences ever. Organization in your hands was completely finished. I had a top quality Mountain bike available. It was a wonderful track, the weather conditions may not have been optimal – lots of snow – but the satisfaction afterwards was great. Also a big thanks to Purna, my guide, who was always by my side, and contributed to the success of my crossing of the Thorang La Pass (5416 m high) I can only recommend this trip with “Adventure Himalayan Travels & Treks » with great enthusiasm to every Mountain bike-enthusiast. Richard 13 – 26 March 2023

    Richard Hahn Hahn'sLuxembourg,Apr 02, 2023

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