The Khopra danda trekking trail is one of the relatively new trekking routes in the Annapurna region. The trekking trail to Khopra Danda is also connected with Annapurna Base Camp trail. In the Khopra Danda trek organized by Mount Mania, you will also trek to Khayer Lake (Tal).
All in all, this trek lasts for 13 days. First, you will go to Pokhara in a scenic bus ride along the hills that surround the Kathmandu valley alongside Marsyangdi and Trishuli river. From Pokhara, you will again drive up to Nayapul and then start your trek.
After trekking to various picturesque villages of the Annapurna region like Ghandruk, Tadapani, and Chistibung, you will get to Khopra ride. Along the way, you will trek through dense rhododendron forests where you might be able to see various animals and birds like Himalayan Thar and Lophophorus.
Khopra Danda (Hill) offers some of the best panoramic views of the Himalayas of the Annapurna region. These include mountains like Dhaulagiri, Annapurna (I, II, III, and south), Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung Himal and Nilgiri.
From Khopra Hill, you will trek uphill to get to Khayer Lake. This holy lake of the Hindus lies at an altitude of 4827 meters. The lake area also has some Hindu as well as Buddhist shrines. This gives you an insight into the amazing religious diversity as well as tolerance in Nepal.
Khayer Lake is an off-the-beaten-path trekking destination in Nepal. As a result, the trekking trails are quite fresh and the landscape is also authentic. Further, the amazing hospitality of the people in the Khayer Lake region is also something that every trekker should look forward to.
After an excursion to Khopra ridge and Khayer Lake, you will make your descent to Nayapul after trekking past Swanta village and Ulleri.
You can also trek to Khayer Lake and Khopra Danda while you come for the Annapurna Base Camp Trek or Poon Hill Trek. You can contact Mount Mania easily. We will then be able to customize your trip to Khopra Ridge easily.
A trek to Khopra Ridge by Mount Mania takes you to a unique region and geography as well as wonderful views of the mountains and the lush, green rhododendron forests of the Annapurna region.