Tilicho Lake Trek – Overview
Tilicho Lake trek is less crowded trekking route lies in the Annapurna region of western Nepal. The highest lake in the world, Tilicho is one of the most interesting place to visit in the Himalayas. The melting glacier of entire northern slopes of Annapurna and Thorang peak deposit and became the huge lake in the lap of Tilicho Peak.
Similarly, the Hindu pilgrims all around the world come to pay homage and area actually convinced this very lake to be the holy venue exactly mentioned in the Ramayana- the holy book of Hindus. Having such delighted tons of features, Tilicho lake trekking destination need’s simply no comparison at all. However, such a political place for recreation remain untouched long time until a guide book “A fragment of some ones Fantasy” was published, where you could find about Manang and Tilicho lake. Similarly, the forecasted travel to Tilicho Lake in 1981 helped publicize this incredible venue of Nepal.
Best Time for Tilicho Lake Trek
It will be always better to roam around March to May and September to December for your memorable and fantastic experience, whereas, the paths to this region has strenuous ways. So it could be little enthralling, heart-throbbing and adventurous as well. However, the most interesting thing would be to experience absolutely unique world like you could view the giant peaks like-Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri and the deepest gorge of the world formed between these two giant peaks. Similarly, Tilicho peak, Nilgiri, Machhapuchhre, Manaslu which are all awesome to watch and as Annapurna Conservation Area too locates in the Annapurna Region, the various wild creatures can be seen during your trek.
Trekking Starting Point
To access Tilicho lake, you could start from Kathmandu itself but Besisahar is the place to journey but you would pass through wonderful places like Ngadi, Jagat, Dharapani, Chame, Pisang, then Manag (at you may need acclimatization). To reach Tilicho Base Camp, the destination, you must pass through Khangsar and then you descend through NamaPhu till you reach Jomsom where your trek ends.