Annapurna in the Monsoon Day 10: The Final Descent

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19 Responses

  1. Rifat says:

    I like your blog, thanks for sharing. I love this information you shared with us. I am waiting for your next post. Keep it up.

  2. Your advice to take trekking poles is probably the one your body will thank you for as you get older. When we’re young our bodies can shrug off the effects, but, as any seasoned hiker or trekker will tell you: time and hills are no friends of our knees.

    Great post.

  3. thanks for sharing this stunning post
    it’s really useful for trekking lovers I’ll try all of these instructions into my trekking tour on k2 base camp. thanks for nice pictures and videos. I appreciate your effort.

  4. it is also an ideal trek for those who have a desire to experience the unique Himalayan environment, culture and yes, the world-famous Gurung hospitality. I’ve been to this trek last year and it’s my best ever trek. Great to know about your story as well. Thank You so much for sharing your experience.
    You should try Everest three passes now, this is even better.

    • Teja says:

      You’re welcome! I’m not normally a mountaineer, so I’m pleased to see real mountain hikers rate this one as a really good trek to do! I feel like I made a good choice :)

  5. jimmy says:

    awesome post
    trekking on dangerous treks is not easy without proper knowledge and tips you should does not go any treks. annapurna monsoon k2 base camp Karakoram mountains are most adventures treks in the world. Thanks for sharing this useful tips. its useful for trekking lovers.

  6. Interesting post. As my friends have planned a trekking trip to Annapurna so these tips are very helpful to us as it has so much information and also your personal experience. Keep sharing such posts.

  7. aarn-usa says:

    Monsoon is not doubt the toughest and most adventurous time to trek. Really amazed to hear about your story. Thanks!

    • Teja says:

      Thank you! I didn’t intend to pick the toughest time for my first trekking experience, but hey, since I survived it, I can now tell people what that was like for a total newbie trekker!!

  8. Alice Miller says:

    Thanks for sharing so much information. Ideas like these are so useful for a trekking freak like me! Looking forward to going for this trek real soon! :)

  9. Mo says:

    Eek! Leeches! I’ve done a few easy treks in SE Asia but these are some helpful tips! will definitely remember to pack the tiger balms :D

  10. Amazing story, thank you so much for sharing your insights! I couldn‘t be happier that I found your blog, now that I‘m leaving for ABC tomorrow – of course in monsoon season! I really enjoyed your detailed writing and your pics. Cheers to Malaysia! By the way: KL was my home town for a year :)

    • Teja says:

      Lol hopefully you’re a more experienced trekker than I was! You’ll be right in the middle of the monsoon – hopefully this year isn’t quite as wet as last year! Good luck and happy trails!

      P.S. we just went through an epic election season in Malaysia! It’s going to be quite a different country from now I think! Better, I hope!