Explore the rearly visited place on two-wheels that leaves you in awe!
And much more:
· Spectacular view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri
· authentic colorful village showing traditional Nepali lifestyle,mountain and river views,
· Amazing trails and awesome ride.
· Intense climb
· Push and carry (30 minutes)
· Terraces and paddies
· Suspension bridges, local fish and Dalbhat.
One of the best mountain biking overnight trips in our list. Recommended for intermediate to advance riders.
Australian camp then known as a ‘Thulo Kharka’ by locals, means bigger pasture land.
Since Australian people made a camp while trekking to ABC and Annapurna Sanctuary around at 50s then the Thulo kharkha slowly became popular among travellers from all over the world.
The tour offers rewarding views of Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m) and Mount Fishtail along with the views of cascading terraces, paddies and fast flowing mountain rivers.
Along the way we will ride through Dhampus, Lawang and Khani villages, occupied by Gurung and Dalit people. We will have chances to observe their culture and authentic lifestyles.
The purity and the authenticity of this place is capable of stealing hearts of anyone.
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Australian Camp is famous for its incredible landscape, wildlife and the views of Himalayan range.
Trekking and mountain biking in Australian Camp can be done almost all year round excluding the monsoon (June, July, August). However, the best time for trekking or mountain biking in Australian Camp is from September to November and March to May. During these months the weather remains dry with clear skies.
Mountain biking in Australian Camp is challenging as it requires carrying of bike from Kande to the camp which consumes approximately 45 minutes of time in carrying.
You should be in decent fitness level for the trekking or mountain biking to Australian Camp. But keep in mind, if you are planning for a mountain biking trip you should have experience of riding the bike on technical trail that is equivalent to red.
No, the permit is not required to trek either Australian Camp or Dhampus.
No, you don't need to have a guide to trek Australian. However, hiring a guide is a great way to explore off the beaten trails, know the culture and enjoy the trek safely.
The driving time depends on kind of transportation (private or public) you are taking. Usually, with the private vehicle it takes around an hour. However, with the public transportation it may take 45 minutes more to reach the trek starting point as they stop frequently to drop off and pick up the passengers.
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