The combined trek to Teri La Pass, Mustang, Nar, and Phu village is a newly explored, adventurous, and nomadic trekking trail within the Tibetan-influenced buffer zone of Nepal that lets you discover the amazing landscapes of the Trans-Himalayas. The overall trekking expedition takes place in the restricted areas of Nar Phu Valley and Upper Mustang and involves the crossing of one of the major high mountain passes in Nepal, Teri La, at an elevation of 5,595 m.
The hidden traditional villages of Nar, Phu, and Mustang are all nestled amidst the Himalayas of Tibet and Nepal, retaining authentic medieval era, joint dwellings of ethnic communities such as Gurung, Tamang, Sherpa, and Tibetan refugees as well that have a specialty to provide what we call absolute isolation from the rest of the modern world. Teri La Pass adds extra adventure to the overall trekking experience and offers you incredible mountain vistas of the seventh and tenth-highest mountains in the world: Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, including Purkung.
Throughout the Teri La Pass Upper Mustang Trek, you will be walking along the ridge of the sacred Kali Gandaki River which has numerous sculpted canyons, fascinating rugged terrains, typical villages, ruined fortresses, royal palaces, Mani walls, Tibetan Buddhist Gompas, several meditation caves, chortens, and monasteries abundant in ancient arts and paintings, which is, in fact, the best camping or alpine style trek possible only in between mid-April and October, though the land if stark beauty, authentic culture, and unique amalgamation of tradition to once must do with the professionals of the field for more than two decades, Adventure Himalayan Travels and Treks.