BIKEPACKING THE ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT:::::::::::: Pt 3. Besisahar to Syange

Cycling an arduous trek like the Annapurna Circuit meant we would be climbing from around 900m to 5,416m. Along the way, we would be experiencing distinctly different climatic zones with the accompanying change in temperature, vegetation, ethnicity of the people, their culture, and the ever-changing panorama of magnificent mountains. Continue reading

BIKEPACKING THE ANNAPURNA CIRCUIT:::::::::::: Pt 2, Kathmandu to Besisahar

We started our adventure from Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal.
To get to the traditional starting point of the trek at Besisahar, we endured a seven-hour, 170-km bus ride from Kathmandu to Dumre (two hours of which was just getting out of the gridlocked city), then another two hours by local mini-bus for a bumpy 50-km ride to Besisahar.

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