Siklish trekking is short and popular trekking destination in Annapurna trekking trail. This is trek to an area very less frequented by westerners to one of the largest Gurung villages in west Nepal . Siklish Trekking starts with a drive from Pokhara to Lampata and passes through Ghale Gaon and over the pass to Parje and Siklis - largest Gurung settlements. From Siklis, the route turns east and stays along the ridge through Kalikathan and Shyaklung with a final night at Chisopani before descending to Pokhara via Rupa and Begnas lakes. Siklish Trekking probes an un crowded corner of The Annapurna Conservation Area under the shadows of Lamjung Himal and Annapurna II and IV. This fabulous camping trek takes you about a week, starting at Beganas Tal (Lake) and heading north to the Madi Khola, then following the river''s west bank up to well-preserved Siklish (1,980m.), Nepal''s biggest Gurung village. From here you strike westwards over the thickly forested ridge that separates the Madi and Seti Khola drainage’s and then descent via Ghachok, another Gurung settlement.
Trekking duration : 12 days
Starting from : Kathmandu. By bus
Ending at : Return by bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu..
Grade : Easy
Highest access of the trek : Siklish (1980 meters)
Culture : Mixed culture Gurungs, & Thakalis
Mode of trekking tour : Camping treks only.
Himalayan sights : Dhawalagir, Nilgiri, Annapurna
Splendid breathtaking place : Merriment with different s culture