The Kopra ridge trekking called ( kopra dada khayar Lake trek as well ) takes you to a beautiful, remote glacial lake high in the Annapurna mountains. There are few other hikers in the upper reaches of the trail and, in fact, part of the trek's appeal is its remote location away from more popular treks. The trek features beautiful Himalayan scenery, with hilly gorges and green meadows, and contact with various Nepali ethnic groups. Reaching Nayapul by car, we walk toward Ghandruk, which features a museum dedicated to the ethnic Gurung people that populate the area. From there we trek through various traditional Nepali villages over the next several days, such as Tadapani, Baile, Chistibung, and Kopra before our ultimate destination of Khayar ridge trek and its mesmerizing location and surrounding landscape.
On our descent, we stop in Ghorepani, a place surrounded by rhododendron forests. From there we take an early morning walk to Poon Hill to catch a spectacular sunrise view of the Annapurna Himalayan chain. We then walk down to Nayapul, which brings us back to land connections to Pokhara and Kathmandu. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
Community-Based Kopra Ridge trekking.