When it comes to the most developed trekking region of Nepal, everyone remembers the Annapurna region. It offers a variety of excellent treks which grades from easy to difficult.
The Annapurna region is situated in the center of the Nepalese Himalayan Ranges. It occupies about 80 km of land between the Marsayangdi River in the east and the Kali Gandaki River in the west. Within that area, the region includes the Annapurna Range (Mt. Annapurna), the Dhaulagiri Range, and the Kaligandaki River valley. Some of the peaks that are in the Annapurna region include 8,091 m Annapurna I, Nilgiri (7,061 m), Dhaulagiri I ( 8,167 m), and Machhapuchhre (6,993 m). Annapurna I is the 10th highest peak in the world. Most of these peaks are visible throughout the region on clear days.
The region also includes the Trans-Himalayan areas that lie on the north of the main Himalayan Ranges. The land there is dry and the culture is more Tibetan than Hindu. Annapurna region however is not just the region of the Annapurna massif but also the region of lakes. It also consists of Annapurna Conservation Area.