Sep 27 - Sep 30, 2018 | Change

via Kagbeni side trek (4 days)
Annapurna Region, Nepal

View full itinerary: Annapurna Circuit

Highlights: Muktinath and Kagbeni

Difficulty: easy
via Kagbeni
Starting at $153 usd
For 1 person -Guide & Permits
Includes guide and all required permits & entry fees
$31.08 /day per person for guide
+ $28 per person for permits

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Kagbeni is the gateway to the upper Mustang Valley. The longer route to Kagbeni via Jong passes through monastic villages reminiscent of those in Upper Mustang. It would be a shame to miss this picturesque village set in a spectacular landscape of dry eroded valleys and high snow-clad peaks in your rush to get back to Pokhara or Kathmandu. If you have the time, stop and take a break in Kagbeni.

Weather Conditions in September

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Mid-September marks the start of the ‘Fall Season’ historically the monsoon would end in mid-September, however in recent years the monsoon has officially withdrawn in early October. While there is a good chance of precipitation, clear skies and lush, rice paddy terraced hills are your spectacular when it is not raining. The chance of rain decreases as the month progresses. The end of the monsoon means there is still a chance of the occasional heavy snowfall at high altitudes. Furthermore, high passes can have a lot of snow that has accumulated over the monsoon.

At a glance
On average there are 15 days with precipitation in September. The highest point on the trek is Muktinath at 3800 m. During September, expect high temperatures of around 13.6°C (56°F) and lows down to 3.6°C (38°F) at Muktinath.

via Kagbeni Side trek
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Thu Sep 27 (day 1)

Muktinath (3800 m)

Expect typical high termperatures of about 13.6°C (56°F) and lows of about 3.6°C (38°F) in September.

Muktinath
Fri Sep 28 (day 2)

Chhyonkar (3400 m)

About 1 hour from Muktinath
Expect typical high termperatures of about 16.0°C (61°F) and lows of about 6.0°C (43°F) in September.

Jhong (3200 m)

About 2 hours from Chhyonkar
Expect typical high termperatures of about 17.2°C (63°F) and lows of about 7.2°C (45°F) in September.

Putak (3000 m)

About 30 minutes from Jhong
Expect typical high termperatures of about 18.4°C (65°F) and lows of about 8.4°C (47°F) in September.

Kagbeni (2840 m)

About 6 hours from Mukinath or about 2.5 hours from Putak
Expect typical high termperatures of about 19.4°C (67°F) and lows of about 9.4°C (49°F) in September.

Kagbeni
Sat Sep 29 (day 3)

Jomsom (2760 m)

About 3 hours from Kagbeni
Expect typical high termperatures of about 19.8°C (68°F) and lows of about 9.8°C (50°F) in September.

Jomsom

Highlights: Marpha
Difficulty: easy
The picturesque village of Marpha sits in the shadow of Dhaulagiri. It’s a far more appealing place than nearby Jomsom, with its whitewashed Tibetan style homes and Niyingma monastery dominating the village. A pleasant place to linger after a long trek.

Highlights: Poon Hill

If you'd like to finish the trek with a climb to the panoramic view point of Poon Hill and wave goodbye to the 8000 m peaks of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna, but not walk the road section you can cut out a few days by taking a bus between Jomsom and Tatopani.

Sun Sep 30 (day 4)
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