Churen Himal Base Camp trek is the off-beaten path trek explored by the few trekkers compared to the Everest Base Camp Trek and Annapurna Base Camp Trek. This fascinating trek takes the trekkers to the Base Camp of Churen Himal. The trek to the Churen Himal Base Camp offers an opportunity to explore the areas which are mainly untouched and remote. Further, the area still retains an individual lifestyle that is not affected by western culture. The intact culture and lifestyle let the trekker experience the rustic lifestyle of Nepal. Besides this, the breathtaking views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Churen Himal(7371m), Gurja Himal, and many other mountains lure the trekkers to accomplish this trek.
Churen Himal is the peak belonging to the western Dhauligiri Range and north of Beni and Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve. The Churen Himal holds three submits. Churen West(7371m), Churen Central(7375m), and Churen North(7371m).The trail of the Churen Himal Trek is full of rivers and fast glacial streams. This trek allows you to witness diverse flora and fauna while trekking. While trekking, you will pass through several ethnic villages, including Dharapani village, Lumsang Village, Gurja Village, etc. All of these villages are the hidden gems of this region. Therefore, passing through these beautiful settlements, one can have an incredible opportunity to enjoy the vibrant culture and lifestyle of various ethnic communities such as Gurung, Magar, Chhetris, and so on. These small village settlements and the hospitality of the locals will add extra essence to the trekking journey.
Trekkers who want to walk on the off-beaten trails exploring the isolated part of the Nepalese Himalayas, Churen Himal Base Camp Trek is one of the perfect choices. By trekking on the tracks of Churen Himal Base Camp, one can gain a lifetime experience of trekking.
- Trip Duration: 20 Days
- Destination: Nepal
- Trip Grade: Moderate
- Transportation: Private vehicles
- Trip Style: Hotel/Lodge/Camping
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- Maximum Altitude: 4160m