This is the most difficult and the longest trek and it requires not only excellent health but also high spirit of adventure. The attributes that makes it a tough trek are :-
Distance, high altitudes, weather, remoteness and above all the price at US$ 200 per day. Not many of the people who attempt this trek actually finish it, either because of problems with altitude, or sudden change of weather that brings heavy snowfall on the high passes, or rain that carries away bridges in remote regions. If you get into the remotes of Lunana, and snowfall blocks the passes, the only way out is by helicopter rescue, which makes the trek even more expensive to complete. Hence, it is a must to have emergency evacuation insurance for this trek.
Best time :- end of September – October
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