Siklis trek is designed specifically for less experienced hikers or anyone who is motivated to see Nepal's rural areas. This region has fallen far behind in terms of development. The Annapurna trekking routes are relatively near to the Siklis region. It is to Pokhara's northeast. There aren't many lodges and guest hotels along the road. It is therefore easy to understand why we decided to set up a camp for an overnight stay. At a height of 2000 meters, the lovely village of Siklis is perched on the edge of a hummock.
The Gurung village here is breathtaking. Houses made of mud and stones line the village's winding pathways. A classic ribbon motif is used to group the homes. There are five other charming towns all around this one. Lama-thar, Sabha-thar, Harpu-thar, Dhaprang-tha, and Gari-thar are their names. The local community has a specific place for these villages. Despite the fact that this trip moves along rather slowly, there is still plenty of time to learn about the local flora and fauna. While traveling the route, you can observe some beautiful mountain vistas.
Trekking in the Siklis Himalayas
Annapurna I is 8091 meters high, followed by Annapurna II at 7937 meters, Annapurna III at 7855 meters, Annapurna IV at 7525 meters, Annapurna South at 7819 meters high, Varaha Shikhar at 7847 meters high, Himchuli at 6441 meters high, Dhaulagiri at 1-8163 meters high, Dhaulagiri at 2-7751 meters high, Nilgiri at 69 Tharpu Chuli 5663m, Singu Chuli 6500m. Ganesh Himal 1-7429m, Gangapurna 7483m, Lamjung Himal 6931m, and Lamjung Himal 6931m. More snow-capped mountains are Ganesh Himal 2-7163m, Ganesh Himal 3-71110m, Ngadi Chuli 7871m, Himalchuli 7893m, Shringi 7187m, Pisang Peak 6019m, Himlung 7126m, Gyajikhang 7038m, Cheo Himal 6820m, Chulu East 6338m, Chulu West 6420m, Thorong Peak 6484m, Yak.