Dedicated to the Rolan tiet to whom Ben Segur Li Haurien charmed those pobles and montanyes. I continued on, that I rested in Pau and that per tro hagi trobat the bicycle!
The Manaslu in the background from Kanghsar
From Kathmandu I left well early in the morning towards Annapurna Conservation Area. A lot of people crowded on the bus, even a couple of goats were running down the aisle and a few climbed onto the roof of the tartana. We arrived to Besishahar. From here a circular trekking of over 200 km around the Annapurna mountains.
At three in the afternoon I was finally able to put my backpack on my back and dive into the highest mountains in the world. Among the noise that formed in the coach also a tourist came out and turned out to be a professional climber from Tarragona with expeditions like Everest and other giants behind him along with Oscar Cadillach himself.
Together we started the path and started a route that started at 760 meters to 5500 meters. Some spectacular contrasts, a cushioning biodiversity from the purest tropics with monkeys and coconut trees to the highest pass in the world suitable for walkers.