Mardi Himal Trek or Climbing!
The Mardi Himal is one of the beautiful and easy-climbing peaks located in the Annapurna mountain region. Mardi Himal Trek or climbing is suitable for those who want a full romantic mountainous experience in Nepal’s snowy peaks.
This peak is in the east of the Modi Khola, across the valley from Hiunchuli. It separates from Machhapuchhre edge by a col and the usual route of ascending goes through this col and reaches the summit. As this peak is one of below 6000m peaks of Nepal it does not demand special prior experience for its climbers so the interested climbers who are physically sound and can endure snowy cold can easily climb this peak. No worries, Mardi Himal is 5587m. and you don’t need a climbing permit below the 5999m. peak climb in Nepal. If you want to climb this peak during your Mardi Himal trek, let us know.
Mardi Himal peak summit offers striking views of beautiful peaks of the region such as Him Chuli, Fang Peak, Annapurna I, Gangapurna, Annapurna III, Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Singu Chuli, and many more.
Beautiful Mardi Himal Trek or Climbing – Suitable for all
Your journey to Mardi Himal Trek starts from Pokhara and you will go to Kande by bus from Kande you will go by crossing Pokhara, Forest camp, Beshi Kharka, and reach Mardi Himal base camp and then Mardi Himal high camp and reach its summit. On the way, we will go through bamboo and rhododendron forests and encounter many rare and non-rare wildlife. As Mardi Himal is located in the Annapurna mountain region adventurous climbers can combine this with Annapurna region trekking. Himalaya View Treks offers adventurous and romantic Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal.
Although, the scenery of cascading hills and mountains is the pride of Mardi. Similarly, you can get the best view of Mt. Machhapuchhre from the upper viewpoint. Hills and mountains in your eyesight level are not an ordinary travel moment. Trekking on the trail offers a mini mountaineering feeling. Therefore, it is a worthwhile trek to do in Nepal. In less than 8 days, you will have a momentous trekking holiday in Nepal.
Book with Us Mardi Himal Peak climbing or just a Trek
It is absolutely gorgeous. Shortest 5-day Mardi Himal trek. We designed the itinerary by including the general route and minimum required days. The trip can be combined with Annapurna region trekking. So, if you want a long trek in the Annapurna region before or after this trek or climbing this peak we will redesign its itinerary as per your request. During Mardi Himal Peak climbing Himalaya View Treks provides short peak climbing training if needed, experienced climbing guides, good accommodation and food, well-trained cooks, and a luxury camp during campaigning stay.
Mardi Himal Trek - 5 Days Itinerary
Day 01: Drive to Kande then trek to Deurali via Australian Camp 4/5 hours walk, 2005m. Stay overnight at the tea house.
Day 02: Trek from Deurali to Low Camp 6/7 hours walk, 2985m. Stay overnight at the tea house.
Day 03: Trek from Low Camp to High Camp 4/5 hours walk, 3550m. Stay overnight at the tea house.
Day 04: Hike to Mardi Himal Base Camp 4500m. And back to High Camp 6/7 hours walk, Stay overnight at the tea house.
Day 05: Trek to siding 4/5 hours walk, and then drive to Pokhara for about 3 hours. And then goodbye to your guide and porter in Pokhara after you get Pokhara.
- Pokhara to Kande and Siddding to Pokhara by private car/van/bus depend on group sizes
- All meals (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during your Mardi Himal Trek with 5 nights Hotel Accommodation.
- ACAP permit and TIM’s card permit
- Government licensed holder, fluent English Speaking familiar Guide
- One assistant guide if Group sizes is more than 10 trekkers)
- Strong local Porters for Carry trekker’s luggage One porter every 2 trekkers
- Guide and porter wages including their meals, accommodation, and Salary
- Staff insurance including medication coverage
- Equipment for the Company staff
- Water purification drop or tablets for safe drinking water
- Seasonal fresh fruits every day during Mardi Himal Trek
- Oximeter to measure Pulse and oxygen level
- Company T-shirt as a Souvenirs, and duffle bag if needed
- Local government, taxes, including official Service Charge
- Trip completion Certificate
- Hotel accommodation and Meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Personal expense (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot (tea,
- Personal expense (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot (tea, coffee) and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery charge fee during the Mardi Himal Trek)
- Personal clothing and trekking gear
- Personal travel insurance including evacuation coverage (compulsory) up to 6000m)
- Additional costs if delays flights and outside the itinerary
- All the costs and expenses which are not mentioned in includes list.
- Tips for guide and porters. in end of the treks
5 Days Mardi Himal Trek Highlights:
- Annapurna's Most Popular and Latest Trekking Trail
- Easy & Short Trekking Trail
- Mountain Vistas on Eyesight Level
- Pokhara Valley
- Over 2 Dozen Mountain Vistas
- Tranquil & Serene Environment
- Green Lush Forests, Rivers, Waterfalls & Lakes
Equipment for Mardi Himal Trekking
This section is intended to provide information on clothing and equipment requirements for Nepal Trek. It is not intended to be a final and authoritative checklist. For those who would like a more detailed discussion of these issues, we ask you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp at +9779841146306
The following is a list of clothing and accessories that we recommend that you take with you. This is not intended to be a comprehensive clothing and equipment list, rather it is intended to act as a reminder of those items that we feel are essential for your comfort and convenience. However, we recommend that you may have your own personal preferences for clothing which may be equally as suitable.
Footwear: Equipment for Nepal Trek
- Walking boots with suitable ankle support that have been worn in prior to the trek, and which are waterproof
- Trainer or casual shoes, for trekking and/or traveling
- Warm socks for colder areas
- Gaiters, in case of rain or snow
- Loose, casual trousers for trekking
- Thermal leggings for colder areas
- Long skirts for women as an alternative to trousers
- Waterproof trousers
- Selection of T-shirts, and long-sleeved shirts, preferably not cotton
- Thermal shirt for colder areas
- Warm shirt, possibly fleece, for colder areas
- Fleece jacket or warm wool jumper
- Windproof, waterproof outer shell garment for higher altitudes
- Down jacket (optional for cold nights & mornings; can be hired in Kathmandu cheaply)
Head / Hands
- Wool or fleece hat, or balaclava
- Hat or cap for sun protection while trekking
- Sunglasses or goggles
- Warm gloves
- Strong rucksack or large hold all to be carried by porters
- Day sack to be carried personally
- Plastic bags or stuff sacks to store/separate trekking gear inside your main bag
- One-liter water bottle
- Personal first aid kit to include essential items
- Sleeping bag, 4 season
- Torch, ideally head torch
- Camera and film! – For those not-to-be-forgotten shots of the Himalayas
- Toilet items and towel
- Large handkerchief/bandana for neck
- Books (see Recommended Reading)
- Playing cards/backgammon/chess set
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
Altitude sickness, often known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a particularly important medical consideration while trekking in Nepal. Altitude Mountain sickness means the effect of altitude on those who ascend too rapidly to elevations above 3000 meters. The initial symptoms of AMS are as follows:
- Nausea, vomiting
- Loss of appetite
- Sleeplessness/ Insomnia
- Persistent headache
- Dizziness, lightheadedness, confusion
- Disorientation, drunken gait
- Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs
- Slight swelling of hands and face
- Breathlessness and Breathing irregularity
- Reduced urine output
These symptoms are to be taken very seriously. In case of an appearance of any of the above symptoms any further ascent should be avoided otherwise more serious, even life-threatening problems can happen. The only cure for Altitude Sickness is to descend to lower elevations immediately. Acclimatization by ascending to no more than 300 to 500 meters per day above 3000 meters, and the proper amount of rest and dehydrations are the best methods for the prevention of AMS.
If you follow the simple advice of your trained guide, you won’t have to worry about complications from mountain sickness. We design our tours to ensure clients are ready for high altitudes and arrange alternative Itineraries for those at risk.
Thanking you we can arrange the best trek without the risk of altitude sickness.
Although trekking in Nepal can be organized throughout the year, September through May is considered to be the best month for trekking. Summer months of the year which coincide with monsoon begin in mid-June and drains in mid-September making travel wet and warm. The mountain views may not be at their best as rain clouds and haze overhang the mountains occasionally obscure the enchanting views. These times are blessed for the keen botanist as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation. Get the best Nepal Trekking Information with HVT.
During monsoon, it does not mean that it will rain every day. Besides, some of the most frequented trails will not be crowded, and some people like it that way. It can actually be enjoyed in the upper part of the Annapurna circuit around Marfa, Jomsom, and Muktinath as the monsoon does not get in this trans- Himalayan area because they fall into a rain shadow area. Note: – It is recommended to carry insect repellent when trekking during the summer months.
Best Time of the Year
Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on where you are going. The most popular seasons are spring (February-May) and autumn (September-December). Winter is very cold above 4000m. And high mountain passes may be snowbound, but it is good for trekking at lower altitudes. During the monsoon season (June-August), you can trek in the rain-shadow areas north of the Himalayan like the Mustang, upper Manang, and Dolpo. These places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the high mountains and are unaffected by the monsoon.
Annapurna Area Conservation Project ACAP Permit RS 3000 per person if you are from SAARC country then RS 1000
TIMS – US$ 20 per person if you are from a SAARC country then US$ 10
Are You Already in Nepal?
If you are already in Kathmandu or Pokhara and seeking to Hire a guide/porter or tour/trekking packages then you can directly contact an expert via WhatsApp at +9779841146306 Or visit our office:- Himalaya View Treks Kaldhara Marg, Kathmandu 44600, in front of the Kathmandu sport climbing center 1st-floor building.
Can I add Annapurna Base Camp too?
Yes, you can add Annapurna Base Camp in the itinerary but you have to omit the Poon Hill Section. If you add 2 more days then you can do the Annapurna Base Camp Trek too.
Do i need to take Travel Insurance?
Yes, it is mandatory to take the travel insurance for any kinds of trekking in Nepal. Make sure to get the insurance plan which covers helicopter rescue, medical aid and emergencies.
Is there risk of altitude sickness during Mardi Himal Trek?
No, there isn't high risk of altitude sickness in this trek. The highest destination on this trek is upper view point. Normally altitude sickness occurs after 2600 m but it is not serious. Usually, altitude sickness occurs after 3600 m. Even if it is not risky altitude, you need to be careful and follow the instructions of the trekking guide.
What kind of accommodation and food do i get during the trek?
You will be getting the teahouse/lodge accommodation and food will be from the menu. You will get breakfast, lunch and dinner ordered from the menu.
How difficult is Mardi Himal Trek?
It is the most popular and easy trekking trail to trek in Nepal. Every age group of people can trek on this trail.