The Annapurna Circuit in Asia is estimated to be 160 miles (258 kilometers) long, and takes 11 days* to complete when hiking at an average of 15 miles (25 kilometers) per day.
It is a linear trail, which means that to do a thru hike, you will have to start and end your hike in different places.
The Annapurna Circuit has 2 terminuses. Most thruhikers choose to start their hike at the Eastern Terminus in Bhulbhule, Gandaki, Nepal and end their hike at the Nayapul Trekking Starting Point in Nayapul, Salyan, Nepal.
A good day of the year to start this hike from the Eastern Terminus is October 1.
|Length||160 miles (258 kilometers)|
|Far Out Guide||None|
|Terminus A||Eastern Terminus, Bhulbhule, Gandaki, Nepal|
|Terminus B||Nayapul Trekking Starting Point, Nayapul, Salyan, Nepal|
Estimated Total Budget (USD): $2,385.00